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A Biased Experience Sharing on The World's Best Design School

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  • Foreigners more attend to design process, sustainability, etc.
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    • 1. “World’s best designschool teaching designthinking.”
    • 2. 「史上最難申請進入的鼎鼎大名英國皇家藝術學院」
    • 3. GUERILLALONDON2011
    • 4. EXPERIMENTALDESIGN
    • 5. DISRUPTIVEMARKETINNOVATION
    • 6. DESIGNENTERPRISE
    • 7. ACROSS_RCA
    • 8. SUPERFORM
    • 9. I’LL TAKE 9
    • 10. ECOVER Mouse trap?
    • 11. COMMERCIALPROJECTRio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge
    • 12. GIZMO
    • 13. GoGLOBALRCA x IC x KAIST (Korean Advanced Institute of Science &Technology)
    • 14. It’s more like a competition. You are not there to learnknowledge but to maximize and exert your capabilitiesto compete with others based on what you havealready known and built.
    • 15. They just don’t teach you knowledge but share theirthoughts when you tutorialize with them. Some tutorsare like dropping by the studio with very shallowinvolvements, and some are just not persuasive orstrong enough to lead you.
    • 16. They lead disorderly. They give you project exercisesto exhaust you without giving you enough time toconduct deep research.
    • 17. They don’t have core knowledge (or say know-how) interms of their design education. They just give youdifferent types of set situations in each module and askyou to figure out and propose solutions.It’s more like squeezing your brain and training you tobecome a quick and productive design engineer, butless like making you a design thinker equipped withsufficient capabilities to “change the world”.
    • 18. In sum, it’s not what I have expected in terms oflearning design/design thinking @ the world’s bestdesign school.