Loughborough University London

Category archive: Design Innovation

Collaborative Project – North Highland

Though students have now completed their Collaborative Project module, we have lots still to tell you about it! Yi Jin, a Design Innovation Management student documents her group’s visit to the North Highland office in London. Many of the students visited their project partners in November to get a better feel for the company and […]

5 reasons why you should study an MRes

What is an MRes? An MRes is a Master of Research degree. An MRes places emphasis on the individual to uncover new knowledge and develop their own research expertise whereas a traditional taught master’s degree programme focuses on the development of expertise in a chosen area. An MRes explores the research processes, and uncover the […]

Collaborative Project Students Experience New Ways of Seeing

This term, Collaborative Project Group 6 enjoyed the visit of LSE Emeritus Professor aladin aladin. He introduced students to an interestingly unusual approach to market and customer research for business and innovation: a combination of critical ethnographical observation and neuroplasticity (brain science). Students had the chance to experience a ‘contextual immersion’ through a guided exploration […]

Prototyping Week

This time last week our students were busy creating prototypes for their Collaborative Projects. The students had a schedule combining lectures, seminars, and group work in order to create a model to show to the project partners, module leaders, students and various others who will attend the Collaborative Project Trade Fair on December 13th. Within […]

Flamingo Group

Felicity, studying Sports Digital and Media Technologies, a student ambassador for Loughborough University London and a Loughborough Alumni has shared her experiences of the Collaborative Project Partner visits that took place at the start of November. Flic’s organisation partner is Flamingo Group and they have visited Loughborough University London on multiple occasions.

Collaborative Project – West Ham Foundation

Last week most of our Collaborative Project students paid visits to their Collaborative Project Partner’s offices or headquarters to get a real feel for what the businesses and organisations were all about. Owen, a student who visited West Ham United Foundation’s premises has told us about his experience visiting West Ham United Foundation.

Vice-Chancellor discusses moving to 6th in the ‘Table of Tables’

Vice-Chancellor Robert Allison shares his thoughts on Loughborough University rising to 6th in the Times Higher Education’s Table of Tables. “The Times Higher Education magazine recently published its annual ‘Table of Tables’, which ranks the UK’s top universities based on the combined results of the three main domestic league tables – the Times and Sunday Times […]

Collaborative Project – Blaze

Collaborative Project Site Visits Today, many of our Collaborative Project students are visiting their project partners at their offices. Visits are being made to Blaze, North Highland, Crate Brewery, Digital Skills Solutions, Department for International Trade hosted at China-Britain Business Council (CBBC), HeyBigMan!, Foster & Partners, Two Circles, Active Newham. Our students have also had […]

Reimagined Learning with Three UK

Design Student, Vicci Fu shares her experience of Three UK’s Reimagined Learning programme and how it has supported her development, both personally and professionally.

Creative and Cultural Industries Networking Event

Our students and employers are invited to attend a creative and cultural industries networking event on Wednesday 11th May from 4:30pm-8:00pm at Loughborough University London.

Design for Social Change 2016, 17th March

Students and aspiring designers are invited to participate in the final round of presentations for the Citizens UK collaborative social innovation project.

Lufbra Service Jam London

Organised by our staff and student volunteers, last month we hosted the inaugural Lufbra Service Jam London. The jam was sponsored by Deloitte Digital UK and formed part of a Global Service Jam that takes place in over 100 locations worldwide.

Five reasons to study design in London

A city with numerous creative opportunities, design is one of the most popular subjects for students in London. The capital is truly alive with inspiration and top talent.

Customer Experience Research

Alex and Michelle from North Highland Worldwide Consulting ran an interactive workshop with our students, sharing their way of doing customer experience research.