Why study Spatial and Interior Design at Kent? • Your course, your way: You’ll study all aspects of Spatial and Interior Design, from digital modelling and hands on sketch and scale model to transforming existing urban spaces and designing architecture for festivals, celebrations and promotions. Develop your own socially responsible and ethical design skillset generating new work through a series of challenging briefs. • Access fantastic facilities: Our specialist spaces include a specialist design studio, dedicated workshops, laser-cutting facilities as well as specialist projection mapping software and projectors. You also have access to an Adobe Creative Cloud license for your entire student career on the course enabling you to work across static and moving image work, print and digital. • Get career ready: Produce live briefs for a range of clients in real-work situations and develop your capacity to showcase the World Economic Forum’s ‘Top 10 Job Skills of Tomorrow’. You can also work in industry, spend a year abroad or add a year in Computing, Journalism or a Language to your degree to increase employability. • Join our community: As part of the School of Architecture, you can attend guest lectures and research seminars with industry professionals or join the student-run Kent Architectural Students Association (KASA) and help organise social events, design competitions and the End of Year Show. • Expand your Horizons: In a competitive market, having something that differentiates you from the crowd is a real plus. This course provides the option to study abroad or work in industry for a year, demonstrating flexibility in your outlook and displaying enthusiasm and a drive to succeed in new environments.
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