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Interior Design MA at Kingston University

The Interior Design MA course at Kingston University challenges students to create sustainable spatial designs that respond to real-world problems.

School: The Design School, Kingston University
Course: Interior Design MA
Location: London, UK
Course dates: September 2024 to September 2025 (one year full-time), September 2024 to September 2026 (two years part-time and two years with professional placement)
Application deadline: 30 August 2024

The Interior Design MA course at Kingston University equips students with an in-depth understanding of interior and space design in different contexts, such as urban, public and private spaces.

Through an unbounded design approach, the course integrates design, emerging technology, artificial intelligence, social context, ecology, policy and community engagement.

As part of Kingston School of Art's commitment to environmental and social justice, this programme equips students from diverse backgrounds with the skills needed to address global issues.

By leveraging London's dynamic interior design practices, the course offers an immersive exploration of interior and space design across urban, public and private contexts. Students engage in multidisciplinary critical work, combining research, analysis and practice-based learning, with projects that address real-world industry briefs and the global sustainability goals set by the United Nations.

Interior Design MA not only prepares students for a wide range of design practices and employment opportunities in the interior design industry but also instils in them a critical perspective on sustainability and a strong foundation for problem-solving and collaboration across disciplines.

Find out more about the course and apply ›

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