Staffordshire University

Interior Design FdA

Staffordshire University
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Typology Bachelor's degree
Methodology Distance Learning
Duration 3 Years
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Distance Learning
  • Duration:
    3 Years
Description

The Foundation Degree in Interior Design is the perfect course for students who are passionate about becoming an interior designer and already hold a Diploma in Interior Design or have completed a previous qualification in a relevant subject.
At NDA 'online flexible learning' means exactly that! Unlike other institutions, at NDA there are no terms or semesters, you can choose your own start date and study at your own pace – not the pace dictated by the institution or other students. At NDA we treat every student as an individual.
This degree is within the remit of the Faculty of Arts and Creative Technologies, where there is a dedicated Partnership Manager who quality assures the courses. With a background of working in the interior design sector, the Partnership Manager works closely with the National Design Academy to ensure University requirements are met and the needs of students are supported appropriately.
The University recognises the National Design Academy as an innovator in the field of distance learning for design awards, and enjoys working in partnership in this exciting and fast-moving area of the creative and cultural industries.
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· Requirements

One of the following qualifications is required to study this degree. If you do not have suitable qualifications - you can study an NDA Level 3 Diploma course as a guaranteed progression route onto the degree. NDA Level 3 Diploma NVQ or City & Guilds in a related subject One A Level in a design related subject Successful completion of an Art Foundation Year at College or University We welcome applications from mature students with a CV showing previous interior design experience plus one example from your portfolio of a design project you have completed to include...

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What you'll learn on the course

Design
Interior Design
University

Course programme

pg00003 EDUCATIONAL AIMS OF THE PROGRAMMES Generic Aims > To provide a programme of study that enables the accumulation of academic credit for a series of CPD certificates and awards leading to a Foundation Degree in interior design > To enable you to develop a personal development portfolio and engage in the process of lifelong learning > To provide a programme of study that places emphasis on work- related practice as an integral part of the learning and assessment process > To develop research and evaluation skills and apply these skills to a range of disciplines > To understand how to plan space for a range of functions Specific Aims Interior Design > To develop the skills and knowledge necessary to produce interior design schemes for both residential and commercial interiors including show homes and home staging properties > To study lighting schemes in detail > To provide an opportunity to progress to a BA (Hons) Interior Design Degree or a BA (Hons) Design for Outdoor Living Degree, validated by Staffordshire University </div>

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