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"What sets Brief Cases apart is the structured approach and the level of industry engagement.

Brief Cases offers a valuable and comprehensive learning experience..."

 

Darren Raven, Programme Leader University of Salford & National Teaching Fellow.

 

 

 

“Some schemes provide little in the way of contextual information and students are left with little help or support.

What sets Brief Cases apart is the structured approach and the level of industry engagement. I was extremely impressed by the briefing and the amount of information, support and client feedback given to the students throughout the project. 

Brief Cases offers a valuable and comprehensive learning experience which significantly enhances the development of key design and employability skills.”

Darren Raven, Programme Leader BA (Hons)  – University of Salford & National Teaching Fellow.

 

 

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The student perspective...

 

 

A selection of student views on the most useful aspects of taking part in Brief Cases:

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In 2015,  students responding to our survey said they found Brief Cases helpful for the learning aims at their University.

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Some 96% of responding students agree that design has a role to play in sustainability.

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