International Diploma in Interior Design


Become a directional designer with a creative vision and commercial realism to uphold your career within the interior sector. Obtain the formal qualifications needed to meet the competitive industry requirements as well as new and upcoming opportunities around the globe.
Interior Designers Create Functional Spaces 

They create functional and appealing spaces where people can live, work, and  play; They study the theoretical principles  of environment and behavioral sciences,  such as space and form, color and light,  sustainability, communication, codes and  regulations, as well as business practices; They learn how art, architecture, design,  and technology informs interior design  and learn how to collaborate effectively  across disciplines; They develop design  solutions that address the health, safety  and welfare of the users of a space; They  design the interior spaces of health care  facilities, hotels, ferries, and ships, and other  commercial industries; become a stage and  set designer, a movie production designer,  exhibit designer, project manager, or an  interior architect. 

Interior Designers Are Skillful  And Knowledgeable 

Professional interior designers have a solid  understanding of construction and building  systems because they make decisions that  impact structural components as well as  mechanical and electrical systems. They also have knowledge of environmental  psychology, building codes and regulations,  technical properties of materials, historic  precedents and the business of design. Upon graduation, our students are able  to skillfully apply the design process  and illustrate their design concepts  with computer- and manually-generated  two- and three-dimensional architectural  drawings and models.

Interior Designers Are  Collaborators 

To realize the designs they envision for  clients, professional interior designers often  collaborate with architects, engineers, other  designers (lighting, graphic, landscape),  contractors, manufacturers of interior  products (furniture, lighting, fabrics),  artists and craftsmen (cabinet makers, upholsterers). For that reason, our interior  design students are encouraged to develop  good collaboration and communication  skills that will enable them to work  effectively in the multi-disciplinary  environment of a professional interior  design office.

Interior Designers Are Leaders 

Professional interior designers lead design  teams from the early stages of a design  project through to its installation as a  finished interior space, and many students,  after gaining work experience, will open  their own design firms. Our interior  design majors are given opportunities  to develop leadership abilities, as well  as entrepreneurial, communication and  organizational skills before they graduate;  and our support systems continue for them  as alumni. 

Duration : 2 years, part time
Mode : Hybrid