Interior Design

Course Overview

With modules that equip you with 2D and 3D techniques, this course develops your professional skills in interior design. College activities at Raffles are not just limited to the classroom. You can also attend field trips where you can explore exhibitions of successful interior designers and even modern architecture.

As an interior designer, you will learn how to create suitable environments for places like homes, offices, and other places where people visit or stay in. Space is your canvas. The Interior Design advanced diploma course prepares you to use software like AutoCAD and also create scaled models with workshop machinery – not only that – you will learn to make your own bespoke furniture too! Many students chose to pursue their Interior Design bachelor's and master's degree to qualify themselves for better jobs.

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Why Study Interior Design @Raffles

Work on real commercial assignments

Work on Real Commercial Assignments

Our Interior Design students have such a good reputation that industry partners trust the interior design of their projects to Raffles such as: The Singapore Housing & Development Board, Supperclub, and Radiance Hospitality Group.
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International Veteran Lecturers

With years of industry experience, our lecturers will impart valuable skills relevant to the interior design industry. They will also provide insights and networking opportunities.
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Fast-track Intensive Curriculum

Advanced diplomas in two years. Intensive one-year programmes are available for both bachelor's degrees* and master's degree courses.
*Except for Raffles University Iskandar.
 

Master of Design

Certification Postgraduate Degree
Duration 1 to 1.5 years
Awarded by Raffles College Pte Ltd, Sydney
(trading as Raffles College of Design and Commerce)
Intake January, July (Singapore)
February, July (Sydney)
Available in Australia, Sydney (Raffles College of Design and Commerce)
  Singapore (Raffles Design Institute)
Entry Requirement
 

Areas of Study

  • Interior Design, Principles & Theory
  • Freehand Drawing
  • Architectural Drafting
  • Computer Graphic Skills
  • Cultural Studies
  • Creativity & Concept Development
  • Interior Colour Application
  • Building Technology & Construction
  • Interior Materials & Finishes
  • 2D Computer Aided Drawing
  • Construction Studies
  • Presentation Drawing
  • Furniture History, Design & Application
  • Environmental Lighting
  • 3D Computer-Aided-Drawing
  • Budget Costing & Documentation
  • Portfolio Creation
  • Computer Rendering & Animation
  • Academic Research & Communication Skills
  • Professional Practice
  • Commercial Interior Design
  • Interior Design Past & Present
  • 20th Century Design & Culture
  • Public Space Design
  • Sustainable Design
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Design Research Interactive Systems
  • Design, Business & Law
  • Design & Business Management
  • Internship*
  • * Students who have completed an internship relevant to Interior Design at the advanced diploma level may be exempted from this internship.

Career Opportunities

  • CAD Designer
  • Institutional Interior Designer
  • Lighting Designer
  • Design Consultant
  • Residential Interior Designer
  • Exhibition Designer
  • Furniture Designer
  • Facility Manager

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