Our BSc (Hons) Product Design course concentrates on the underlying technology of product design, with projects that combine both form and function. The course concentrates on the design of products for manufacturing, digital, industrial, electronics and medical applications, placing technology and scientific advancement at the core of the design process. You'll develop your knowledge of materials, and explore new and emerging technologies, including mechanics and electronics. Through commercial projects with industry you’ll reflect, model, test, modify, develop and improve your ideas. **Key features** - You'll benefit from excellent employability prospects. 100% of our BSc (Hons) Product Design sandwich students are in graduate level employment within six months of finishing their studies, earning an average graduate salary of £25,800 (DLHE, 2016-17). - Benefit from our Building Blocks financial package, supporting you throughout your time at NTU and enabling you to make the most of your studies. As well as money towards the cost of your course materials, you’ll also benefit from study trips and live projects, included in the cost of your course fees, free personal protective equipment (PPE) and a pre-paid printing allowance. - Our course is accredited by the Institute of Engineering Designers (IED), recognising the quality and relevancy of our course content. - Gain vital skills and experience in the workplace by undertaking a one-year placement. - Explore local and international design, with inspiring trips in the UK and abroad included in your course fees. Previously students have travelled to Berlin and Prague as part of their studies. - Take part in live design projects with briefs from real clients. Previous clients have included SAPA, McGee and PepsiCo. - Learn how to use a range of design tools and techniques in our industry-standard workshops and design spaces, including metal, concrete and timber workshops, supported by expert technical staff - Exhibit your work at our final year Degree Shows, attended by industry experts and prospective employers. - Have the option to study abroad for a semester as part of the European Project Semester (EPS) programme.