Are you passionate about interior design? Studying for an MA Interior Environment Design will give you the creative and professional skills you need to join the design professionals of the future. On this dynamic course you will analyse a diverse range of interiors to identify design opportunities and solutions that support and enrich people's lives. You will study how interior design impacts broader spatial designs in both constructed and virtual environments and work on consultancy projects with industry partners. As you progress through the course, your developing understanding of interior design will be reflected in your projects, portfolio and final dissertation. This course is accredited by the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), leading to professional interior design status. You will be automatically registered with BIID on joining the course. Interior design is an exciting field that bridges the boundaries between architecture, art and design. Our MA Interior Environment Design will encourage you to consider how commercial, social and political factors are influencing form and function to create new prototypes for hybrid interiors and reworking existing spaces with new ideas. This course will investigate how these factors work together to create temporary and permanent environments in both constructed and virtual spaces. The course is taught through a mixture of collaborative project work alongside traditional research. The course includes problem-based practical workshops and the development of live-consultancy projects with industry partners. The briefs for live-projects are prepared jointly by UWL staff and industry consultants to satisfy both academic and professional learning outcomes. The interdisciplinary nature of the curriculum is designed to provide a microcosm of the professional design world. You will have opportunities to collaborate with fellow students from other pathways and/or other MA courses within our school in these projects to gain invaluable industry experience, build up your analytical thinking, problem-solving and practical skills and make meaningful industry connections.
To study this course you need either an Honours degree awarded at 2.2 (or equivalent) or a recognised professional qualification or relevant professional experience. Your application must be supported by: 1. A CV which includes your education and employment history. 2. A personal statement which outlines your motivation for studying this course in no more than 500 words. 3. A portfolio which demonstrates your problem solving skills and creative thinking.
Fees and funding
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