At Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, our students learn about textiles through hands-on experimentation and design thinking. They explore the role of textiles within society and investigate areas such as the social and environmental impact of textiles, health and well-being, and inclusive design. We have a vibrant studio and workshop culture, where students develop skills in traditional textile processes like screen printing, knit and stitch, alongside more contemporary technologies like 3D printing and laser cutting. Through these mediums our students build and expand their knowledge of materials, colour, structure, pattern, and form. Dundee is a UNESCO City of Design and home to the V&A Dundee. The city has a rich textile history, and many of our graduates establish themselves in the surrounding area, while others pursues careers around the globe.