Interior Design at De Montfort University - UCAS

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Course summary

Our Interior Design course aims to support you to experiment boldly, meaningfully challenge conventions, and consider innovative approaches to the future of interior design. It challenges the integration of spaces, whether that be the old with the new, the digital with the physical, engineered with nature or the integration of communities with their surroundings. You will develop, research and practice design thinking to an advanced level, integrating strong research methods into the creative process. You will be encouraged to think sustainably, as well as develop your understanding of professional and commercial practice by considering the viability of your design proposals. Our stunning and sophisticated facilities offer an inspiring place for you to foster and refine your talents, and where you will collaborate across disciplines within our close-knit design community. The course culminates in the detailed development of a major design brief or work-based project in industry. This will enable you to hone your skills as an independent researcher or gain first-hand experience of professional skills. Your individual interests are at the heart of the course and we will support you to develop your skills and expertise towards your career aspirations. Key features

  • Have the freedom to tailor your studies with modules such Technology for Design, where you will discover emerging digital technologies and use them to envision daring and innovative design strategies of the future.
  • An optional year-long work placement will enable you to gain valuable experience to further enhance your practical and professional skills.
  • Become part of a community working together to co-design new ways of thinking to redefine the future of creative practice.
  • Our teaching team keeps the curriculum current, with expertise across the interior design spectrum and an ethos of supporting you to take risks with your work.
  • Our award-winning Vijay Patel building has been designed to provide the space and facilities where all of our art and design students can develop their ideas and flourish. IT facilities include PC, CAD, graphics, and multimedia labs, with software for drawing, multimedia, painting/DTP, 3D modelling, animation and video.
  • Study in a lively multidisciplinary environment alongside working and upcoming designers, where you will benefit from both collaborative and individual learning experiences.
  • You will graduate with the skills to forge a successful professional career in your chosen specialism, or to continue on the academic pathway to PhD level study.

Assessment method

You will be taught through a combination of lectures, seminars, workshops, studios and tutorials. Studio culture is a key part of the course, and you will work in a multidisciplinary environment with students across our design community. There is a varied mix of assessments including individual and group project work, individual and group presentations, report writing, academic poster development, reflective practice and design proposals.

Entry requirements

You should have the equivalent or above of a 2:2 UK bachelor’s honours degree in Interior Design or a related subject. If you have other professional qualifications and industry experience we will consider your application on an individual basis.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £9435 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9435 Year 1
Scotland £9435 Year 1
Wales £9435 Year 1
International £15800 Year 1

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.
Interior Design at De Montfort University - UCAS