BSc (Honours) in Furniture Design, Making & Technology Common Entry with Degree options in:
- Furniture Design and Manufacture
- Furniture Making and Architectural Woodworking
- Furniture and Digital Manufacturing
There are many good reasons to study Furniture at GMIT Letterfrack, the National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology: 100% of our students find work after graduation, our facilities are state-of-the-art, our students have won numerous awards for their work, our class sizes are small, all of our courses include a year-long work placement in Ireland or overseas, and accommodation is very affordable in our stunning location on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The Furniture Design, Making and Technology programme is designed for those interested in pursuing a rewarding and exciting career in the furniture and wood manufacturing industry. All students undertake a common first year before deciding which degree option to take. Subjects are designed to provide students with an introduction to furniture making techniques, materials and equipment. In second year, students choose from three degree options: Design, Making or Digital. In third year, a year-long work placement is undertaken where students can choose from a wide variety of companies in Ireland or overseas. In fourth year, students have the opportunity to further develop their technical expertise and learn about research and management skills, enabling them to pursue management roles in furniture and wood manufacturing enterprises.
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