Centre for Design and Creative Industries (CDCI)
Research at the School of Jewellery is carried out through the Centre for Design and Creative Industries, a well-established, interdisciplinary research centre that encompasses a broad range of creative design practices, innovation and external engagement.
Although the CDCI carries out work within the traditional design groupings of architecture, fashion and textiles, jewellery, product design and visual communication, the combination of cognate disciplines it brings together also gives opportunities to build genuinely interdisciplinary design research and respond to cross-disciplinary research themes and challenges.
Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre (JIIC)
The JIIC assists companies within the high value added goods/small products industry, and allied trades. It offers client centred consultancy, expertise and problem solving in a range of industry related techniques.
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Creative practice at the School of Jewellery
Our research centres on the advancement of scholarship, creative innovation and applied professional practice in the subject area of jewellery, silversmithing and related creative practice.
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Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership
AHRC funding for UK/EU doctoral students
The Midlands4Cities DTP will include at least 40 Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDAs) co-designed with non-university partners.
The partnership will give students access across all eight institutions to a customised programme of research and employability training, which will enable students to gain vital arts and humanities skills.