Consultancy Further is sponsoring an award for students on the Royal College of Art’s Design Interactions course.
The award, which will be available to final-year MA students on the course, comprises a cash prize of £1500 and a paid four-week placement at Further.
The consultancy says the award will be for a student ’who pushes imagination, creativity and design boundaries the furthest’.
The judging of the award will coincide with the opening of the RCA graduate show on 24 June, and judges include James Beveridge, Ben Clarke and Michael Tiffany from Further, as well as James McCobb, head of digital at Network Rail, and Professor Anthony Dunne (pictured) and Noam Toran from the design interactions course.
Dunne says, ’The Further award is a first for the course and we are delighted to be associated with Further.’