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Interior Design MA


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F/T - 1 year, P/T 2 years
Successful applicants normally hold an Honours degree within design and have a relevant design portfolio. Those with relevant professional qualifications and/or extensive professional design experience will also be considered.
Home Full Time: 2012-13 fee is £6300, Home Part Time: 2012-13 fee is £700 (per 20 credit module), International Full Time: 2012-13 fee is £10800
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Masters study type: Full time Masters study type: Part time

Aims of the course:
This intensive taught course helps design professionals and graduates to deepen skills and experience within the interior design and architectural industries through the support of leading international contemporary designers and academics. The course recognises the new opportunities that 2D and 3D design tools offer designers and aims to reflect contemporary design processes through the use of state-of-the-art digital facilities, model-making and workshop-based fabrication techniques. The course also aims to extend drawing and representation languages to scenarios relevant to commercial interior design.

The University's unique location on the edge of the City and the East End provides access to a dynamic and creative community. Our outstanding facilities include CAD and CAM for working in various materials as well as extensive workshops supporting wood, metal, plastics, photography and textiles. The University also offers Metropolitan Works, a unique centre providing new technology for prototyping, manufacture, research and experimentation.

Course contents
The course includes seven core modules, live project work and design report development. Modules include:

Design Research into Practice
Digital Forming (optional)
2D Design (optional)
3D Design (optional)
Design for Production
Design Targets
Visual Communication
Exploring Practice
Major Project

Assessment
You are supported through a 'laboratory' model of learning; developing innovative design, conceptual thinking, professional understanding and aesthetic sensitivity. You present design work and reports for assessment and exhibition throughout the course.

Careers
Recent studies show that globally, the growth of creative and cultural industries is more than twice the rate of the world economy. The UK's leading careers website, prospects.ac.uk, states that over 50% of people in the design sector work in London. Supporting the highest concentration of designers and related businesses in the world, our unique location offers many opportunities for students and professionals to showcase cutting-edge design within related industries and venues. Through work placement and live project opportunities, you develop design projects that are commercially and creatively relevant for global consumer markets.

Typical career opportunities include work as consultant designers, CEOs, in-house designers in interior/architectural companies, design managers, freelance designers for; corporate/ domestic clients within residential, hotel, retail, office, industrial, transportation and renovation sectors.



Visit the Interior Design MA page on the London Metropolitan University web site for more details!

Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 Results


Unit of Assessment: Architecture and the Built Environment What is the RAE?
FTE Category A Staff Submitted 4* 3* 2* 1* U/C
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