|Study location||United Kingdom, City Campus East|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
good results in Mathematics
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
IELTS: 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in each band)
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
A relevant portfolio is required.
If invited to interview, applicants must present a portfolio of artwork
- Interview is a part of admission process
This Interior Design course focuses on a dynamic future-fit approach to spatial and experiential design.
You are encouraged to push boundaries and take risks in your creative approach, through the ability to confidently offer solutions to challenging interior design briefs.
Design projects will be set in the context of existing or new build and will cover a diverse range of topics that include;
- Leisure (bars, restaurants and nightclubs)
- Exhibition/event design
- Theatre and TV set
- Public Spaces
This course will allow you to explore complex architectural intervention down to the finer detail. These exciting design solutions will come about through the study of brand, function, materials, tactility, space, form and human interaction, all set in the context of industrial practice and communicated through 2D and 3D methods, including technical drawings, 3d visualisation, sketching and model-making.
Our unique collaborative relationships with national and international clients and practices allow you to work on real life project briefs with companies such as Topshop, Gensler, John Lewis, Live Theatre, and Dalziel and Pow.
Your course in brief
You will be encouraged to engage in structured and problem-based learning, relating the processes of interior design to their cultural functions, whilst beginning to identify your personally preferred area of practise in relation to the subject.
You will have the opportunity to shape your learning journey, with the ability to define and refine your own area of practise. You will take part in authentic live projects, working collaboratively with and towards industry standards, to develop your practical and theoretical skills.
You will be encouraged to use the creative and exploratory approaches you have developed over the last three years to work and solve complex design challenges. You will demonstrate entrepreneurial capabilities through the skills, aesthetics, functions, materials and construction that you apply to your final year project.
The Interior Design course is designed to support the development of your intellectual, practical and transferable skills to prepare you for employment upon graduation or further study.
You will graduate as highly employable industry-ready professionals, able to confidently offer solutions to complex and challenging interior design briefs. You will be able to demonstrate entrepreneurial capabilities and resourcefulness in the application of processes, aesthetics, function and materials.
Our Interior Design degree graduates work as interior designers for leading design companies and architectural practices across the UK and abroad, such as Foster and Partners, Met Studio, Dalziel and Pow, Gensler, Paul Smith, Imagination and Zebra.
We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.