BA (Hons) Interior Design

If you’re interested in art, architecture and interiors, as well as in people, this well-established Interior Design degree will prepare you for a career in this growing and competitive industry. Starting with the principles of interior design, you’ll progress to larger projects, explore spatial design and specialise in the remodelling of existing buildings for new use.

You will work on industry-related projects, working with professional designers, learning how to handle a project with real clients and budgets, and how to operate as a freelance designer. This can lead to work placements and project management skills that employers value. Live projects are a key feature of our Interior Design course, and thanks to our excellent links, our students’ work is regularly selected and used by companies across the UK.

What you will study

In the first year, you start with the principles of interior design and use applications that help you communicate your design intentions.

In the second year, you will progress to larger design projects, explore spatial design methods and work closely with the interior design industry.

In the final year, you will work on a self-chosen final creative project, plus a minor design project or enter a design competition. You will also gain skills that will make you more attractive to employers, such as project management.

Live projects are a feature of years two and three. Due to our excellent links...

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Teaching

Elys John, Course Leader
Heddus Davies, Lecturer
Patricia Brien, Academic Subject Manager
Aimee Ward, Lecturer
Ian Standen, Lecturer

Location

This course is taught at: Cardiff Campus

UCAS CODE: W250 W252

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If you would like to apply for this course, then you will need to apply online through UCAS.

Dates

  • Full Time 3 Years Start Date: Sep 2017
    • SW 4 Years Start Date: Sep 2017
      • Full Time 3 Years Start Date: Sep 2018
        • SW 4 Years Start Date: Sep 2018

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