25 Best Design Schools in the World

(Reading notice: This article has an excerpted translation by Baima. Judging from the professional analysis and the background of the interviewees, this ranking tends to include new media design, including: UI design, interaction design and web design, etc., non-traditional design professional ranking. ) Business insider, often abbreviated as “BI”, is a well-known online financial news website in the United States.
Founded in 2009, it can be said to be one of the largest sites in the United States. There are more than 380 Alexa Ranks, which is super powerful! Rarely, he launched an article called “Top 25 Design Schools in the World” on 11/23, written by Megan Rose Dickey. This ranking is excerpted from “Business Insider” (translated below) Foreword: As we enter the golden age of design entrepreneurship, talented user interface designers and product designers become more and more important. Some well-known companies such as Apple, Path, Pinterest, Square, and Airbnb, what they all have in common is that design and designers occupy the core position of the business. If you want to find a design job you like in the future, what kind of school is the most worthy of your choice? In the past two months, we conducted a survey of all art and design universities/colleges and selected the 25 best design universities in the world. All these schools are selected through strict comparison of academic level, teacher quality and campus environment. But the most important thing is that they are indeed very worthwhile schools. Among the 633 respondents who participated in our survey, 87.8% of the respondents have attended or advanced design courses at the university level. Most of them are art directors (26.9%) or product designers (30.3%), and the vast majority of respondents believe that the skills and knowledge they have acquired from their respective design courses are the most valuable Wealth. We used a simple metric to rank these schools, based on the percentage of respondents recommending them, from “worthy,” “somewhat worthwhile,” to “extremely good value.” His ranking is as follows: (The percentage behind the school shows: what percentage of respondents said that the school’s design courses are valuable of respondents said the program is valuable. So there may be two courses in one school!) Ranking

ranking English school name Chinese school name Country Recommended ratio
25 Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong Polytechnic University China 49.3%
24 Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology U.S. 55.3%
23 Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture Aalto University School of Art Design Architecture Finland 55.6%
22 Institute of Design (Chicago) Design Institute (Chicago) U.S. 58%
21 UCLA Design Media Arts UCLA Department of Design Media Arts U.S. 59.3%
20 University of Illinois at Chicago School of Art and Design University of Illinois College of Art and Design U.S. 60.4%
19 University of California at Berkeley School of Information UC Berkeley School of Information U.S. 61.4%
18 California College of the Arts CalArts U.S. 62.8%
17 Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design Copenhagen School of Interaction Design Denmark 63.5%
16 New York University Tisch School of the Arts NYU Tisch School of the Arts U.S. 64.4%
15 Cooper Union cooper union college U.S. 65.4%
14 Cranbrook Academy of Art Glenbrook Academy of Art U.S. 66.4%
13 Savannah College of Art and Design Savannah College of Art and Design U.S. 68.8%
12 School of Visual Arts—New York City New York School of Visual Arts U.S. 68.9%
11 Rochester Institute of Technology College of Imaging Arts and Sciences Rochester Institute of Technology – School of Graphic Arts and Sciences U.S. 66.9%
10 Art Center College of Design Art Center College of Design U.S. 72.3%
9 Carnegie Mellon Human Computer Interaction Institute Carnegie Mellon University Computer Interaction Technology Institute U.S. 72.6%
8 D School: Institute of Design at Stanford University Stanford University School of Design U.S. 72.8%
7 Royal College of Art Royal Academy of Arts U.K. 73%
6 Pratt Institute Pratt Institute of Art U.S. 75.3%
5 Parsons The New School for Design parsons school of design U.S. 76.9%
4 Carnegie Mellon University School of Design Carnegie Mellon University School of Design U.S. 76.9%
3 University of Cincinnati (College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning) University of Cincinnati School of Design Architecture and Planning U.S. 77.7%
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab MIT Media Lab U.S. 79.8%
1 Rhode Island School of Design Rhode Island School of Design U.S. 85.1%


PS: This ranking is from the perspective of the society and the executives of the employing company. It is not a popular ranking method and has certain reference value. Link to the original English text: http://www.businessinsider.com/the-worlds-25-best-design-schools-2012-11?op=1 (The original English text is as follows:) As we enter the golden age of design in startups, Highly talented user-interface and product designers are becoming ever more important. Some companies leading the charge are Apple, Path, Pinterest, Square, and Airbnb. What those companies have in common is that design is at the core of their businesses. But which school is best suited to get you the design job you want? Over the past couple of months, we conducted a survey to find the top 25 design schools in the world. All of these schools are comparable in terms of academics, quality of staff, and amazing campuses. But what matters most is how valuable these schools really are. Of our 633 respondents to the survey, 87.