Birmingham City University: Interior Architecture and Design
|Institution||Birmingham City University|
|Department||Birmingham School of Architecture and Design|
|Telephone||0121 331 6295|
Through encouraging and promoting experiential learning, the MA Interior Architecture and Design course embraces the truth that designing is a creative adventure.
This twelve-month postgraduate course will enable you to form an understanding and appreciation of theoretical, practical and professional issues that are informing the evolution of contemporary interior architecture and design professional practice.
**What's covered in the course?**
On the MA Interior Architecture and Design course you will explore the distinctive qualities associated with the interiors of inhabited architecture.
By looking at the cultural, practical and atmospheric aspects of interiors created by architects, artists and designers, as an innovator you will be able to strategically develop creative interfaces and determine how users will perceive and behave in the spaces that you are conceiving.
Making speculative work is an important aspect of the course. As individuals you will establish your professional identity as autonomous creative practitioners by blending philosophy, artistry and practicality in order to compose an interior design scenario that is future-focused and personally and culturally meaningful. By exploring innovative practices embedded within your own design process, this reflective practice will act as a stimuli for you to challenge existing assumptions about interior design and push the international platform for the profession forwards into new and versatile directions.
A key aspect of the course is that it will encourage a spirit of 'internationalisation', which will contribute to the establishment of a culturally rich, vibrant and diverse learning studio environment. Fostering the ambition of ‘lifelong learning’, you will create a dynamic continual development plan. This will allow you to draw on the expertise and global networks associated with the institution, reflecting the full spectrum of opportunities that can help you to enrich and nurture your career. Previous postgraduate students on the course have been employed at leading international architectural practices as architects, interior designers, or as design lecturers in further and higher education institutions, with the pathway to postgraduate Doctoral PhD study also opened up as a result.
|Level||RQF Level 7|
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 individually 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. Non-English speakers ideally should have IELTS 6.0 - reading, speaking and writing. However, applicants may apply with lower IELTS if they successfully participate in our pre-sessional English Language courses that are delivered just before the main programme begins.
|Location||City Centre Campuses|
1 Curzon Street
|EU||7400 GBP for Year 1|
|England||7400 GBP for Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||7400 GBP for Year 1|
|Scotland||7400 GBP for Year 1|
|Wales||7400 GBP for Year 1|
|International||12800 GBP for Year 1|
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