PRODUCT DESIGN ENGINEERING

Reid Building, 16 students

Product Design Engineering or “PDE” brings together two cultures – the studio and creative environment of one of Europe’s leading art schools – the GSA, and the James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow – a world top 100 university (QS World Ranking).

If you can imagine bringing together your academic and creative abilities to design exciting and innovative products, then Product Design Engineering is the career path for you. PDE offer you a unique opportunity to gaining a Masters of Engineerng (MEng) or Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) with honours and a foundation for a career as a design engineer.

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Product Design Engineering Catalogue

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from INviro – Bringing the outdoors IN

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from Anna Kennedy

from Anna Kennedy

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from Peak Rescue: Universal Stretcher Wheel Unit

from Peak Rescue: Universal Stretcher Wheel Unit

from Peak Rescue: Universal Stretcher Wheel Unit

from Peak Rescue: Universal Stretcher Wheel Unit

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from High ‘N’ Dry – Product Development

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