BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design

BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design

Registration Number (Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance): 251238

This is a dynamic, stimulating and exciting programme that helps students to develop into confident, creative and motivated interior designers.

To maximise this opportunity, students need to have commitment, motivation, creative ambition, and a willingness to contribute positively in a range of seminars and modules. Stimulating and demanding methods of teaching, learning and assessment are employed to develop and extend students' full potential by encouraging them to take responsibility and ownership of your learning process.

Graduates can work as designers for architects or design groups in private practice, or for commercial organisations that contain in-house design departments. They can also work in the visual arts such as film, television, events and theatre design, and exhibition and museum design. Further postgraduate study opportunities are available at the end of the course, including courses at the Master and PhD levels.

Articulation from HKDI

  • Higher Diploma in Interior Design

More course details: www.shape.edu.hk

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BCU is one of the foremost centres for art, architecture and design education in the UK. The university has a proud tradition dating back to the foundation of the Birmingham School of Art in 1843, and has an international reputation for the quality of its programmes.

Currently, there are almost 4,000 full-time and part-time students studying a substantial portfolio of courses. These include further education certificates and diplomas, and undergraduate and postgraduate programmes – all of which provide students with the knowledge, skills and confidence that are relevant to contemporary creative practice.

BCU is ranked in the top 10 in the UK for Art and Design research, delivering focused 'world class' solutions targeted at priority and emerging themes.

 

*It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead