Edinburgh College of Art

      Interior Design - MA

      Edinburgh College of Art
      In Edinburgh

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      Typology Master
      Location Edinburgh (Scotland)
      Duration Flexible
      Start Different dates available
      • Master
      • Edinburgh (Scotland)
      • Duration:
        Flexible
      • Start:
        Different dates available
      Description

      Our programme integrates practical studio work with theoretical and written studies, including professional practice elements to prepare you for employment in the industry, and a lecture/seminar series to examine the wider context of your studies. The aim is to encourage and support postgraduate students who wish to explore interior design as a means of expressing ideas and opinions.

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      Where and when
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      Edinburgh
      Lauriston Place, EH3 9DF, Midlothian/Edinburghshire, Scotland
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      Starts Different dates available
      Location
      Edinburgh
      Lauriston Place, EH3 9DF, Midlothian/Edinburghshire, Scotland
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      To take into account

      · Who is it intended for?

      We have an enviable track record of success as our graduates gain interior design work here in the UK and overseas, or set up their own businesses.

      · Requirements

      If you'd like to study on a postgraduate programme at Edinburgh College of Art, you must apply through EUCLID, our online application system. You can find out how to do this on the University of Edinburgh website, where you'll also be able to: see detailed entrance requirements for each programme on the Degree Finder get information on what to expect after you apply find out about study modes, start dates and fees find out if, and how, you need to submit a portfolio, showreel or research proposal find out where to go for further advice and guidance

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      What you'll learn on the course

      Design
      Interior Design
      Building
      Historic
      Ideas
      Environment
      Development
      Importantly
      Covering
      Self-reflection

      Course programme

      What you will study

      We use the historic city of Edinburgh as focus for our projects. Each year a different building within the city is used as a test bed for ideas. Projects are progressed in the studio environment, allowing for research and regular presentation of development work to peers and staff, which encourages discussion and, importantly, self-reflection.

      Covering the study and design of interior space in relation to a wide range of public and private environments, this programme will guide you through your own innovative design project that finds new uses for old or redundant spaces in the city. Projects require you to work both in groups, for site research, and individually, on your design. There is also an element of exhibition to the programme, whereby in the third semester students are responsible for the design and construction of the ECA Interiors show at Free Range Exhibition in London. This provides an excellent opportunity for students to be involved in a live project, and show case their projects in progress.

      Expanding your knowledge

      You’ll be encouraged to focus on the aspects of interior design that you find interesting or personally relevant, and take charge of the direction of your coursework. Collaborations with other design subjects such as Fashion, Textiles, Graphic Design, Product Design and Architecture are encouraged, formally or informally.

      Visits from industry practitioners, along with our strong links with commercial design consultancies and architectural practices, are invaluable in providing opportunities for expert advice and critical appraisal.

      For assessment, MA students produce a body of practical and written work on an agreed, self-initiated topic.


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