The Master of Design has a broad approach to design that emphasises the relevance and importance of design within contemporary society. The programme is founded on an industrial design tradition and promotes design that actively shapes our society, industry, organisations and daily life.

At master's level students may specialize within interaction design, service design or industrial design. Systems oriented design methods are included in the programme. The programme reflects the rapidly emerging fields of design that respond to sicietal chanllenges, new technologies and increased complexity. It applies research-based teaching, which enables the students to take active part in the school's research activities. Indutry partnerships are also an integral part of the programme.

Application deadline 1st March: Admission to Design Master level 15th April: Admission to Design first year (Norwegian required)
Formal prerequisites Bachelor's degree (or similar) in design.

Satisfactory English skills must be documented through TOEFL- or IELTS-test, or CAE/CPE.

Digital portfolio.

Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of both formal requirements and the level and potential showed in the portfolio.
Tuition No tuition fees. Excursions are not subsidized by AHO. Students pay for their own material.
Degree level Master
City Oslo, Norway
Credits 300 / 120
Language of teaching English