Griffith College

Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design

Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design

Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design

If you are looking for a well-respected, challenging Interior Design Course in Dublin, the Griffith College Interior Design course is the one for you.

Dublin: Full-Time, Part-Time
Griffith College campus in the sun
Validated by:QQI
QQI Level:7
Course Level:Undergraduate
Duration:3 years
Overview

About The Course

The Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design is a three year level 7 degree can be taken as a fulltime or evening access programme.  All candidates for the evening access programme should be 23 years or older. This course takes the student from initiation through to successful completion to produce an Interior Design graduate who can create, design, problem solve and act professionally in all related working environments. Successful Interior Design graduates are industry ready, proficient creatively and technically to propose innovative solutions and problem solving expertise within the built environment.

Like the honours degree, this Interior Design programme has been created with consultation from industry professionals and is staffed by practising Designers and Architects and subject specialists. Amended in 2013 to current best practice within industry and approved by QQI, the programme now includes Revit, AutoCad 3-D, AutoCAD, as well as traditional communication tools such as model making and free-hand drawing.

Awards

The calibre of work produced by the Design Faculty has been recognised numerous times through industry awards and exhibitions.
 

Industry recognition

The BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture is recognised by the European Council of Architects (ECIA) and by the Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI). The IDI also recognizes the BA in Interior Design (Level 7) and the GCD Diploma in Interior Design.

Industry links

Our teaching staff maintain strong industry links, which means our students are taught by practicing architects, designers, buyers, and art historians. Our courses are regularly reviewed by industry professionals, to ensure we are meeting the current needs of the industry and following best practice. Professionals from industry are regularly invited to give guest lectures to our students, and in our award years, participate in critiquing student work.

Fashion and Interior Design and Architecture internships

Fashion students have been awarded internships at Avoca, FeeG, Helen McAlinden, Jennifer  Rothwell, Joanne Hynes, Liz Quin and Louis Copeland. Design students have also secured internships with HJ Lyons and Jonathan Adler N.Y.C.
 

Field trips

Experiential learning is an important part of our courses, with most modules having class trips as a part of their curriculum. Every year the faculty travels internationally and nationally to places with both current and historical design importance. Previous trips have included London, Rome, Milan, Berlin, Paris, Bilbao, Barcelona and Venice.

Creative Week

The annual Creative Week showcases the Design faculty graduates with those of  Media, Journalism, Computing, Film and Photography. This event gives Graduates the opportunity to exhibit to industry and gain extensive PR coverage. An annual Fashion Show is held to kick off Creative Week which features on national television and in fashion editorials. This event is attended by respected industry representatives, press and the public.

Tax relief

Griffith College students can avail of tax relief on all QQI validated undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. For more information visit www.revenue.ie

Structure
Year 1 Core Subjects
Semester 0
Building Science and Technology 1
Design Communications 1
Design Principles & Research Methods 1
Studio 1
Visual Culture & Theory 1
Year 2 Core Subjects
Semester 0
Building Technology 2
Design Communications 2
Design Practice Management
Design Principles & Research Methods 2
Studio 2
Visual Culture & Theory 2
Year 3 Core Subjects
Semester 0
Business Practice Management
Building Technology 3
Design Communications 3
Professional Practice 3
Studio 3
Visual Culture & Theory 3
Fees

Direct Debit Scheme

Students wishing to pay for their fees monthly may avail of our direct debit scheme, please download our Fee Payment Information document to review the payment plan schedule and how to apply.

Sponsorship

Is your company paying for your course? They will need to complete a Griffith College Sponsorship Form and send this to the Student Fees Office by:

Post: Student Fees, Griffith College Dublin, South Circular Road, Dublin 8

Or Email: [email protected]

  •    Please note: In compliance with the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012, a 2% academic bonding levy is applied in addition to all programme and registration fees relating to all QQI programmes or modules.
  •    Please note: that a Registration Fee of Euro 250.00 is applicable each academic year in addition to the fees quoted below.
  •    The tuition fees quoted below are tuition fees for Year 1 of the course only.
Campus: 
Dublin
Study Mode: 
Full-Time
EU living Ireland: 
EUR 5,500.00
EU living Abroad: 
EUR 6,500.00
Non EU living Ireland: 
EUR 10,000.00
Non EU living Abroad: 
EUR 10,000.00
Campus: 
Dublin
Study Mode: 
Part-Time
EU living Ireland: 
EUR 3,400.00
How to Apply

Through the CAO or directly or Apply Online