Diploma in Interior Design
Interior design is ruled with the creation and enhancement of manmade space to develop the most functional usage, and seeks to optimise and harmonise the use to which the interior environment will be put.
This field delves into aspects of environmental psychology, architecture, and product design in addition to traditional decoration, and can be defined as ‘artistic and technical problem-solver of space’.
We have devised a course that equips you with a complete understanding of how this industry works, a solid programme that focuses on subjects that every interior designer requires on the ready market internationally.
The working conditions, job roles and places of employment can vary largely within the career of interior design, from being self-employed to working with large corporations, within various job roles including:
- Interior Designer
- Interior Design Consultant
- Furniture Designer
- Space Consultant
- Window Dresser
- Lighting Designer
- AutoCAD Draughtsman
- Model Maker
- Exhibition & Events Designer
- Museum Exhibitions Designer
- Interior Coordinator & Function Coordinator
- SPM / O-Levels / SM2; or
- equivalent qualification (3 credits)