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• You have a strong questioning mind and enjoy problem solving
• You are imaginative and love bringing designs to life
• You're methodical in your planning
• You like expressing your creativity and want to use a different part of your brain
Product Design is excellent preparation for any problem solving or creative subject at university, however, it particularly suits Product Design and Engineering courses. Engineers are in high demand and female engineers remain extremely rare. Or DT could of course be a complement to your Arts subjects - you could head to Art School and the creative industries and become a Fashion Designer. It combines well with Geography, History and Computer Science too. The problem solving skills you’ll learn will help take you anywhere; design thinking is becoming key in all sectors of business and industry.