Introduction to Interior Design
Campus Granton Campus
Qualification SCQF Level 4
Study mode Evening
Duration 12 weeks
(see funding options)
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Introduction to Interior Design is an evening class taught once a week at Edinburgh College’s Granton campus. The course is designed for those interested in; interior design, starting a new hobby or pursuing a new career. You will need little to no experience in interior design as this course will start with the very basics.
Interior design is the art of exploring and experimenting with a room or building’s creative potential. As an interior designer, you will design new and modern spaces or renovate old ones to improve functionality. During this course you will develop your artistic abilities, gain a feel for how to design different spaces and learn a keen eye for light and colour. Classes will include teachings on the importance of structural changes, lighting, fixtures, fittings and furnishings in order to create the best design outcome.
This course is a stepping stone to further study of interior design or an entry-level job in the industry. Work created on these courses can support a portfolio of work for future course applications to specialist art and design courses, supporting school leavers or a career change.
How the course is assessed
- There is no formal assessment
Number of days per week
- 1 evening per week for 12 weeks
- No formal qualifications required but students should have an interest within the specialist area of 3D Design and Interior Design
English Proficiency RequirementsIELTS 5.5
Progression and Articulation Routes
- Previous evening class students have progressed onto our well-recognised University of Arts London (UAL) Diplomas
- NCs and HNDs in similar subjects
- Various university courses
- Employment within the creative industries
- Interior designer
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