BA (Hons) Interior Design

Start Date:
September 2020
3 years, full time

This degree aims to prepare you for a professional and creative career as an interior designer.

Our holistic approach to interior design will enable you to develop your own unique design philosophy.

You’ll be introduced to a broad range of design methods and principles, including digital technologies and professional standards. Approaching a range of public and private spaces, you will consider design ideas from a variety of perspectives including history, architecture, social and environment impact as well as purpose.

Model-making is a core element of this degree. You’ll create models of your design ideas using our specialist facilities and document the end product in our photography studio.

Professional practice modules will give you opportunities to work on live projects with real clients. You’ll be expected to consider all aspects of the design process from creative development to commercial and financial factors.

When you graduate, you’ll have a diverse portfolio of work that you can showcase to potential clients and employers.

This bespoke training will prepare you for a creative career across a wide range of sectors including commercial, residential, exhibition and installation and places of leisure and culture.

Tuition Fees
    £18,000 (fee for one academic year. Fees for subsequent years are subject to increase)
Entry Requirements 
  • 2 A-levels (typically A-C) or international equivalent Mathematics GCSE at A-C / 9-4 or international equivalent Portfolio interview

English Language Requirements 

IELTS: Overall score of 6.0 with no score below 5.5 in any of the four components, or equivalent

Course Features 
  • Practical training using our industry-standard facilities

  • Opportunities to work on live briefs with real clients

  • Graduate showcases

  • Develop a professional portfolio of original design work

  • Opportunity to go on a study trip abroad

Like what you see?


Year 1

  • Communication Skills 1: Representing Space, Structure and Form

  • Communication Skills 2: Digital Skills

  • Design: Spatial Investigations

  • Design: Inhabitation

  • Global Perspectives

  • Interior Histories 1: Close Looking

  • Interior Histories 2: Experiencing Interiors

  • Two elective modules

Year 2

  • Communication Skills 3: Rendering and 3D Modelling

  • Design: Events and Exhibition

  • Design: ReHab ReUse

  • Interior Theories: Design Philosophies

  • Two elective modules

Year 3

  • Design: Site, Research and Initial Investigations

  • Design: Major Project

  • Dissertation: Research and Development

  • Final Dissertation

  • Professional Practice 2

  • Technology and Sustainability

Course Leader 
Laoura Englezou


'The opportunities we have had to work with the local community have been really beneficial. We get to experience the client side of interior design and it’s so nice to give back to the community.'

Courtney Welham, UK

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