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Product Design

A Level

Exam Board: A Level Product Design – AQA

Course Summary

A Level Product Design lets you delve into the creation of the products that surround us. After studying Product Design at Barton Peveril you will be able to combine practical and theoretical skills, creating innovative products in a specialism of your choice.

Entry Requirements

  • GCSEs to include minimum Grade 4 in Maths. GCSE in Design Technology is advantageous but not essential.



  • Furniture
  • Architectural Models
  • Sports Equipment
  • Jewellery
  • Consumer Products
  • Design Drawing
  • Product Testing
  • Design Issues

Why choose this course?

  • First-class facilities, including dedicated art studios
  • Passionate teaching staff, who are artists in their own right
  • Opportunity to continue this subject with our post-A Level UAL accredited Art Foundation Course

Where might it lead?

The combination of practical and theoretical skills means this course leads to a range of options in further study and employment. Students often go on to study and employment in Product Design, Architecture, Automotive Design, Jewellery Design, Packaging Design and Engineering.


This course has a mixture of:

  • 50% coursework
  • 50% exam


Luke Haddock

"I particularly enjoy the student life of independence, where I am free to choose how I spend my time and make the most out of the well-developed facilities at Barton."

Read more about Luke and some of our other students.