Melbourne School of Design Travelling studios are 'working laboratories' for design thought and production and involve the exploration of complex, real-life issues. Exposure to unfamiliar cultures, places and people will stimulate your ability to think creatively and problem-solve.
Pre-trip seminars will precede the travel component of each studio and each studio will incur travel costs, in addition to tuition fees. Faculty travel subsidies will be available to all participating students.
Travelling studios are inter-disciplinary and developed in collaboration with partners such as other universities and government departments. Student numbers in each studio will be capped at 16.
|Before applying for a travelling studio, consider the following||Links to important information|
|Eligibility requirements||Travelling Studio Policy|
|Costs and Funding||MGM Funding|
Student Financial Aid
|How to apply for a Travelling Studio|| MSD Travelling Studio are classed as 'quota restricted subjects' as they include a travel component where the capacity for large enrolment is limited by available resources (accommodation, OHS, etc.), as well as the mode of teaching.|
IMPORTANT: Applications for travelling studios are run via the quota selection process. Students will be required to submit an application via an online form. Please click on the button to the right to access the form.
Students will normally be notified of an outcome of their application within 10 working days after the application closing date for the corresponding Travelling Studio.
|Travelling Studio Application Form|
Past travelling studios
India, China and Australia
Brazil, Java and Leeuwarden
Berlin, Leeuwarden, New Delhi
Fujian, Hong Kong, Munich, Zurich, Nanjing, New Delhi, Santiago, Atacama Desert and Seoul
Cape Town, Gothenburg, Malaga, Nagoya, New Delhi, Pretoria, Tokyo
Florence, Hong Kong, Lithuania, Mandvi, Monterray, Nanjing, and Porto
Kiribati, Montreal, Mumbai, Nagoya and Santiago
Genoa, Monterray and Woomera
Ahmedabad, Bangkok, Beijing, Santiago and Virginia
Genoa and Nanjing