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MA Interior Architecture and Design


Course Description

Summary

The course embraces the truth that true creative spirit is born out of a radical review of the interior design process.

Students will be inspired by creative experiences that act as a catalyst for reflection, exploration, debate and the strategic management of the multi-facetted aspects that determine interior design processes.

The existing boundaries of interior design will be explored, pushing the international platform for the profession forward in new and versatile directions

This course is divided into three trimesters to allow students to work towards a Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma or a Master's qualification.

Modules

PgCert: Design Systems; Design Culture.

PgDip: Appreciative Design Inquiry; Collaborative Practice

Master's: Major Project - Practice.

Assessment

Informal reflection and debate are at the heart of the seminars and group tutorials where peer reviews, active learning exercises and self-appraisal help our students to shape their assignments towards self-determined outcomes. Project work is always professionally presented and will be assessed formally by a team made up of internal and external experts and academics.

Visit the MA Interior Architecture and Design page on the Birmingham City University website for more details!

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Entry Requirements

Applications are welcomed from designers that have already achieved a high quality degree in Interior Design or a closely related three dimensional design discipline, or equivalent qualifications. Applications from European or International mature students (+21) with alternative qualifications and/or substantial work experience will be considered on their merits/portfolio. As a minimum, applicants should have a portfolio demonstrating their critical thinking, technical abilities and creative process in a range of media.

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