Interior Design BA (Hons)
From the outset, you'll develop design proposals, working across a range of interior spaces such as restaurants, hotels, retail spaces and museums. In today's design world, sustainability is paramount. Finding new uses for old buildings is a key skill.
Design Studio projects form the core of the course, and you're supported through seminars and lectures to develop knowledge of contemporary interior design practice. You'll also have the opportunity to learn about teamwork and client relationships by working on "live" projects with external audiences or collaborators. Historical and critical studies modules allow you to learn about the history of design and develop key writing and communicating skills, leading to an extended essay in your final year.
You'll explore the professional world through Professional Context modules, developing knowledge of contemporary designers, how they work, and the projects they have completed. This will include visits to factories, production companies, studios, exhibitions, and recently completed projects.
We accept a wide range of qualifications for entry to our undergraduate programmes. Typical offers include A-level grades at CCC or above, with a grade C in an Art and Design or related subject.
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You'll begin by undertaking design projects to learn fundamental skills in observation, measured surveys, drawing, and knowledge of materials and structures.
You'll continue with design project work, which will require you to develop your drawing, CAD, and model making skills to effectively communicate your ideas and design proposals in presentations and formal critiques.
In your final year, a project that includes the construction of an element of your design work at full size will enable a more in-depth understanding of construction and the tactile qualities of materials.
UK and EU students full time fee for year 1 is £9,250
International students full time fee for year 1 is £14,900
The range of professional destinations for Interior Design graduates is very broad. As well as the more traditional roles in architectural and interior design practices, many graduates go on to work in other specialist design fields such as:
- Exhibitions and trade fairs
- Retail and shopfitting
- Theatre and stage
- Film and TV production.
Practical skills developed through the course can also lead to careers in model making, animation, lighting design, and other related disciplines.
About this institute
Bath Spa University
Bath Spa University is a top UK university for creativity, culture, enterprise and education. Based in a World Heritage city and connected to a network of international partners, Bath Spa University ensures that its graduates are socially engaged global citizens....
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