Designing Your Future short course: stage one

Discover the Stanford University short course that is helping students discover and create a successful and thriving career and the path to get there.

About the Designing Success

Designing Success is stage one of the Stanford University short course, Designing Your Future.

This first stage will give you the skills to navigate the challenges of creating and sustaining a successful, thriving career and prepare you for transitioning into industry. You will explore personal skills, interests and values; define work and life goals; and outline different career possibilities. Designing Success is free to access online for all students and is self-paced. 

 

What is Designing Your Future?

Designing Your Future is a new online short course based on the successful Stanford University course and book Designing Your Life: Build a life that works for you – a guide to help people think like a designer to discover the career they want and the path to get there through design thinking: reframing questions, ideation, prototyping and testing.

You can now enrol in Designing Success. 

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