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The RSA Student Design Awards has been running since 1924. The competition has enabled and supported winners that have gone on to have a big impact across different industries.

Winners 2019

Winners 2019

Meet 2019 winners and see a showcase of some of the works submitted.

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Winners 2018

Winners 2018

Meet 2018 winners and see a showcase of some of the works submitted.

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Winners 2017

Winners 2017

Meet 2017 winners and see a showcase of some of the works submitted.

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Winners 2016

Winners 2016

Meet 2016 winners and see a showcase of some of the works submitted.

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Winners 2015

Winners 2015

Meet 2015 winners and see a showcase of some of the works submitted.

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Winners 2014

Winners 2014

Meet 2014 winners and see a showcase of some of the works submitted.

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Changing Futures

Each year hundreds of universities around the world embed the RSA briefs in their curricula. The projects challenge students to apply their design skills in new ways as they tackle complex issues facing society, and their responses deliver new ideas to real-word problems. The practical support, connections and recognition award winners receive has a transformative effect on careers.

Richard Howarth

Richard Howarth

1994 Winner, now VP of Industrial Design at Apple

 

"The award definitely put me in the place that I am today. I can't see another route that would've got me here."

Pippa Bridges

Pippa Bridges

2017 Winner, now Industrial Designer at Pd-m International

 

“Working on the RSA brief has opened my eyes to a world of possibilities. I feel energised and excited about the potential of design to make a positive impact – thank you!”

Richard Clarke

Richard Clarke

1988 Winner, now Global VP of Advanced Innovation at Nike

 

"I owe my career to the RSA Student Design Awards."

 
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