Interior Design is a dynamic discipline that has gained tremendous popularity among students in recent years. It improves spatial awareness in many different areas, including residential, hotels, hospitals, retail stores, commercial set ups and exhibition spaces, and is a versatile profession that requires a creative, imaginative and artistic mind that can execute and manage the design of a project.
Interior Design courses cover each different aspect of the process, from initial design to branding to project management to execution, with specific modules focussing on colour, drawing plans, space planning, furnishings, wall and floor finishes, furniture styles, lighting and best professional practice – all combining to put you on the right path towards becoming an interior designer.
Most Interior Design courses at UK universities will also cover digital presentation and project management skills, both just as important as the practical side of the industry. Work placements and regular contact with specialists in the field are commonplace on most interior design courses, with professional training opportunities also available on live projects.
Interior Design graduates will move into a variety of fields in the creative and design industry. Careers include working as part of a design team, freelance design, branding and communications, 3D design, journalism, retail and hospitality.
Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best Interior Design courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Art and Design universities in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019 below:
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