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Course summary

Interior Design is about transforming spaces, using artistic flair and logic. These spaces can vary in type and scale from vibrant city centre restaurants and elegant high street shops, through to high end art galleries and domestic environments. In this course, you will develop skills in creativity and technology to help you transform your ideas into spaces and experiences that are inspirational and captivating to those who use, encounter and live within them. This BA Interior Design degree will give you the opportunity to explore all aspects of the design process, from design through to construction. You’ll be taught by experienced specialist tutors, as well as benefit from the input of expert design professionals through guest lectures with Industry partners who have included Koncept Interior Design, The Penketh Group, and Egger Laminates alongside study trips such as visits to Ardmac Construction sites, the Milliken carpet factory and showroom, and Carlick furniture manufacturers. The Interior Design course is project-focused within purpose-built studios and workshops where you’ll be surrounded by like-minded creatives and professionals. We teach you how to focus upon contemporary design issues, culture and professional design practice. You will also undertake lectures and seminars where you’ll explore and discuss design ideas, throughout the course you’ll develop digital skills using Industry-standard 2D, 3D and multimedia computer applications. Our creative studios are found within our New Adelphi Arts and Media building in the heart of the Salford University Peel Park Campus along with fully equipped workshops which contain 3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutting machines and more. Our graduates work in all areas of design, including architectural and interior design practices, large retail organisations, construction departments, as well as film and TV companies. We have alumni working in premier design organisations such as BDP, Claremont Group Interiors, TP Bennett, Leach Rhodes Walker, Sheppard Robson to name just a few. Our graduates have worked both locally and internationally, with some pursuing opportunities as far afield as Hong Kong, New York, and San Francisco. You can also take a look at some of the work our final year students produce on this course by visiting our CourseFinder webpage: You will: • Be able to specialise in the areas of interior design that particularly interest you • Learn from industry trained tutors who have led successful careers in Interior Design and Architecture and engage in real world projects, live briefs, and industry placements • Work towards creating a high-quality portfolio of work that can be shared with potential employers when you enter into your career Visit our Interior Design degree CourseFinder webpage - Explore all of our Art and Design courses and read our helpful FAQs - Sign-up to an Open Day or Campus Tour -


Year One

  • Design Principles and Interventions
  • Representation
  • Creating Spaces
  • Exploring Design Contexts
Year Two
  • Architectural Technology and Sustainable Design
  • Specialist Design Project
  • Developing Design Contexts
  • Industry Practice
Year three
  • Regeneration
  • Feasibility Report
  • Self-Directed Project
  • Applied Design Contexts
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  • Year 1

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International applicants will be required to show a proficiency in English. An IELTS score of 6.0, with no element below 5.5, is proof of this.

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Interior Design at University of Salford - UCAS