James Dyson Award 2021 Student Design Competition now is over!
The James Dyson Foundation recently has opened entries for its James Dyson Award 2021, annual international student design award and competition that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers.
The James Dyson Award 2021 now is open for entries! This is an international design award that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers.
Open to current and recent design engineering students, this competition is run by the James Dyson Foundation,an international charity dedicated to encouraging young people to realize their engineering potential.
The brief is ’Design Something That Solves a Problem’. Organiser is looking for designers who think differently, to create products that work better. This year the James Dyson will also looking for entries that address a sustainability issue, or have been designed, sourced or manufactured sustainably.
Projects will be judged on the strength of the entry, not just the invention itself. You’ll need to communicate the significance of your invention, but also how the product was developed and how you reached your final design. Demonstrating an iterative, trial-and-error approach will serve you well.
Sir James Dyson will select (at his discretion) the international JDA winner, the international JDA runners-up and the sustainability winner.
The competition is open to current and recent design engineering students — product design, industrial design and engineering students.
Two awards of $40,000 each will be awarded to the International and the Sustainability winner. In addition, International runners up and a National winner will be selected.
There is no entry fee to participate!