MSc in Design Innovation
Human Understanding to Inspiring Innovation - APPLY NOW for full or part-time study at www.pac.ie/maynoothuniversity
The MSc in Design Innovation is the first of its kind in Europe. Its focus is helping you learn from theory and practice, to understand and acquire (by experience) the ability to develop smart, novel, winning innovation concepts.
This MSc programme is ideal for anyone aspiring to be an effective radical innovator. In particular, it directly prepares graduates for the roles of innovation leadership, innovation management, product management, strategic marketing, market research, design strategy and new product or service development in a wide variety of sectors such as design, manufacturing, IT, web design, media and all areas of the public services.
Successful innovators gain market differentiation and distinctive winning advantage from early-stage innovation research, i.e. uncovering a deep understanding of user needs, social trends and clear new insights. Design Innovation matches actionable insights with organisational strategies and capabilities to deliver differentiating new concepts.
We welcome participants from various disciplinary backgrounds, including graduates of Social Sciences, Anthropology, Design, Business, Computer Science or Engineering. Graduates of other disciplines are also invited to apply. It is also possible for candidates with significant industry/relevant sector experience but without a primary degree to be considered.
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The Department of Design Innovation were delighted to be awarded the 2016 'Best New Course' for its MSc in Design Innovation. The award was made at the GradIreland Postgraduate Course of the Year Awards 2016 on April 28th in Dublin’s Mansion House, where over 500 representatives from across industry and academia came together to celebrate achievement and innovation in the areas of graduate recruitment and postgraduate course provision. On announcing the winner for award, the judges described the course, which was introduced in 2014, as “an innovative programme bridging traditional social disciplines with design, enterprise and technological change”. More Details
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