The MA Design for Health course at Sheffield Hallam University encourages students to create innovative designs that aim to improve the health of society.
School: Sheffield Hallam University
Course: MA Design for Health
Location: Sheffield, UK
Course dates: September 2022 to June 2026, including a sandwich placement year
Application deadline: 25 January 2023
In this course, students will expand their horizons and innovate for social good by applying creative skills and imagination to foster a healthy society at the intersection of design, creativity and health.
The MA Design for Health course is a 12-month course for designers and creative professionals committed to developing a healthy society.
Emphasising personal research and practice, the course provides a stimulating and supportive environment where students can develop their interests and ideas at the intersection of design and health.
Our academic staff are design specialists, researchers and practitioners with expertise across all facets of design and health who will support and encourage students to expand their creative practice.
The course is part of an interdisciplinary postgraduate design programme which promotes an ethos of social and cultural innovation.
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Top image: the Rest of Your Life chair by Professor Paul Chamberlain, Lab4Living.
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