At Elisava we understand design and innovation as key agents for creating or improving products, services, communication, environments or experiences.
The Undergraduate Degree in Design and Innovation, recognised and validated by the EHEA (European Space of Higher Education), is a degree within the Arts and Humanities branch of knowledge, and includes areas considered essential for design, such as anthropology, philosophy or history, among others, which lay the contextual foundations for projects.
This study programme has a largely practical base, enabling students to learn more about materials, processes or communication. You will undertake various projects, both personal ones, in which you will express your stance as a designer; and projects linked with the social and business context; as well as interdisciplinary projects alongside professionals from other spheres (artistic, philosophical, anthropological, technical, engineering, etc.), forming multidisciplinary teams to address the complex challenges of today and the future. These projects will be undertaken in collaboration with companies, communities, public bodies or social institutions.