Your personal file must contain:
01. Your Résumé
Submit a brief résumé/curriculum vitae summarizing your academic qualifications, relevant work experience, volunteer/community work, travel, exhibitions, public speaking, or any other relevant experiences as they may relate to your field of study, including dates and positions held. Please also note any special language or computer skills that you have.
02. A Statement of Purpose
Please outline your reasons for applying to this programme. In what ways will you contribute to the subject matter of the programme? You should include a thoughtful description of your background, tentative plan of study or area of inquiry in the field as you now envision it, your professional goals, and how this graduate programme will help you realize those goals. If you have not been enrolled as a student in the past five years, please address anticipated opportunities and challenges in pursuing the degree and future career expectations upon completion of the programme. (500–750-word limit)
03. Your Portfolio
Your portfolio should be a visual and narrative reflection of the work listed and described on your résumé. Your projects and portfolio pieces should tell a story about you and what is important to you. Your application’s narrative should make the case for why you are a good fit for the MAS in Design Research for Digital Innovation. We are not looking for a particular type of work, nor do we require examples of digital works. It is up to you to decide which work is most representative of your thinking. Be honest—submit the work you think is your best. Any and all media are acceptable, whether in the commercial design, fine art, or non-design realms.