Graduates are prepared for a career in Interior Design and its related disciplines. Fresh graduates tend to begin their career by working alongside with senior professionals. They can work for multi-disciplinary firms that include Architecture, Interior Design and Engineering firms. Some may choose to work as Sales and Marketing representatives for Manufacturers or as Furniture- dealers in showrooms. Graduates can also set up their own Interior Design business or become a partner in a consultancy firm. Interior Design graduates are educated to identify and solve problems related to humans and their use of interior space. Projects may take place in a wide range of settings including: Office spaces and industrial premises Retail locations, e.g. shops, cafes, restaurants Hospitality and Leisure spaces, e.g. Hotels, Cinema Foyers, Holiday Complexes Residential developments Domestic properties Ships and aircraft Public buildings, eg. Government, Museums, Education and Civic buildings.

Start Date



4 Years


70000.00 (USD)