Bachelor of Arts in Creative Design

This course is for you if you are a creative problem-solver and interested in becoming a designer. The world we live in needs good designers. The programme provides you with the opportunity to shape the world you live in. Everything you use in everyday life has been creatively designed by someone.

From the toothbrush you use first thing in the morning, the shoes and clothes you wear, the phones, cars and computers you use, the services you enjoy, to the bed you sleep in last thing at night.

During this exciting and challenging course you are given an in-depth education in creative design, and from day one given real opportunities to work with companies and other outside bodies to develop essential innovative and technical skills.


W2W & Orangebox Student Design Competition 2018

On Friday 23rd November, Ultan Rooney, year 3 Creative Design student was commended at the annual Orengebox/W2W Student Design Award ceremony in Dublin.

Ultan made a shortlist of 16, from a record number of entries with well in excess of 100 submissions from across Ireland and for the U.K.

Ultan designed a user centred product which addresses the needs of the modern ‘nomadic’ worker. His achievement significantly ranks IT Sligo amongst universities both nationally and internationally.

Learn much more about this programme or Creative Design in general at IT Sligo.

Or tune into Creative Design Sligo for fresh information from staff on the programme.

Find out more about this Programme

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Applicants should list their CAO course choices in genuine order of preference and they will be offered the course highest up on their list that they are deemed eligible for, if any.

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for CAO 2019 courses at ITSligo are available for download below:

Mathematics is not required for this course.

What subjects will I study?

Who do I contact?

Admissions Office
T: 353 (0) 71 931 8510