Professional Identity and Vision

As part of the Major courses, the Professional Identity and Vision learning line allows students to reflect on and present the development of their Professional Identity and Vision throughout the bachelor program. This learning line helps them to define the direction and learning goals for their Final Bachelor Project.

Professional Identity and Vision Year 1 (DPB381)

The course Professional Identity and Vision DPB381 Year 1 is the first part of the learning line Professional Identity and Vision. In the first year, students within the course are supported in bi-weekly meetings by a student mentor, who helps them shape their professional identity and vision. Bi-weekly exercises also help shape these two pillars of Industrial Design and teach professional skills such as reflecting, writing and communicating. These are taught by exercises in which students, individually or in teams, write about their professional identity and vision and regularly reflect on these by presenting their work to their peers and mentors. In the second semester of the first year there is a strong link between the PI&V learning line and Project 1

Professional Identity and Vision Year 2 (DPB382)

During the second academic year of the Professional Identity and Vision learning line, students are supported by a teacher coach throughout four compulsory meetings. Furthermore, l workshops and exercises are organized by the student mentors organized in order to help students continue development of their professional identity and vision. These are more career oriented than in the previous year and help students direct their study goals towards concrete future possibilities and ambitions.

Professional Identity and Vision Year 3 (DPB383 and DPB380)

Students enrolled in the third year of the Professional Identity and Vision learning line follow two programs:

  • DPB383 contains all exercises and aims to finalize students’ development regarding professional identity and vision.
  • DPB380 does not contain any exercises, but is for assessment purposes and through this course students receive 5 ECTS when they successfully finalize their Professional Identity and Vision course during their Final Bachelor assessment

Assessment

The assessment of the PI&V learning line takes place during the examination of your Final Bachelor Project. The assessment of Professional Identity and Vision in your FBP report and Portfolio should be at least sufficient. If this is the case, the ECTS for this course will be added by the Center for Student Administration (CSA ID).

Registration for 'Professional Identity and Vision'

Your registration for the learning line 'Professional Identity and Vision' will be done through the Centre for Student Administration of the Department of Industrial Design (CSA ID). Your registration is based on the project or external learning activity you are enrolled in.

You do not have to take any action yourself. For students that are not studying nominal, you will be contacted at the start of the semester by the staff of 'Professional Identity and Vision' to determine where you will be enrolled. Please find an overview below of this enrollment procedure for each project or external learning activity:

RequirementsEnrollment Procedure
Enrolled for Bachelor Year 1CSA ID enrolls you for DPB381 Professional Identity and Vision - Yr 1
Enrolled for DPB100 Project 1 DesignCSA ID enrolls you for DPB381 Professional Identity and Vision - Yr 1
Enrolled for DPB210 Project 2 DesignCSA ID enrolls you for DPB382 Professional Identity and Vision - Yr 2
Enrolled for DPB220 Project 3 Design ResearchCSA ID enrolls you DPB382 Professional Identity and Vision - Yr 2
Enrolled for an external learning activity
 
CSA ID enrolls you for DPB383 Professional Identity and Vision - Year 3
Enrolled for DPB390 Final Bachelor ProjectCSA ID enrolls you for DPB380 - Professional Identity and Vision