This course offers a unique opportunity to study Interior Design in Vietnam with British training methodology and qualification. Students will learn to develop the creative and inclusive design solutions that are required in an industry that is growing worldwide.
The Interior Design & Architecture course is based upon international standards, focusing upon creative and inclusive Interior Architecture Design development. It is a three-dimensional spatial interior environment led course with focus towards meeting user needs. It celebrates functional and aesthetically attractive design and considers principles of environmental sustainability, ethical practices and regulatory requirements to be key elements which are integrated within curriculum and the design process.
Project works could include: Domestic and Private Housing, Retail Design, Office design, Exhibition Design / Installations, Design within the leisure and hospitality industries including hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs, spas, fitness centres, theatres and entertainment centres.
The continual development of a personal portfolio of work will enable them to demonstrate their abilities to potential employers.
Year One: provides students with an understanding of the creative design process and the importance of cultural referencing and research. This work will be underpinned by acquiring the fundamental practical creative and technical skills of measurement, drawing and describing space in two and three dimensions both digitally and through hand drawing and model making.
Year 2 & 3 will build upon the skills learned in year one with more opportunity to work in depth on interior related design projects. Students will work with real spaces and creating actual prototyping furniture all with focused attention to entering future professional employment.
LCDF-Hanoi provides a full time bachelor programme including 2-3 years studying at LCDF-Hanoi and 1 year studying at Universities in the UK. Many LCDF graduates have transferred to the UK to continue their study on BA (Hons) degrees or higher at the following Universities: Northumbria University (Newcastle), London University of the Art (London), The University of the West of England (Bristol), The University of Middlesex (London), The University of Gloucestershire (Gloucestershire), to name a few. Students are therefore able to experience more of a international lifestyle by studying outside Vietnam.
Teaching encompasses design studio practice, formal lectures, group seminars, tutorials, exhibition and store visits, presentations and practical workshops.
Assessment occurs at the end of each semester with informal critiques held at appropriate times throughout the year.
The employment potential is currently growing within Interior Design. Graduate destinations include: Commercial Interior Designer, Retail Designer, Exhibition Designer, Interior Decorator, Interior Stylist,
Space Planner, Lighting Designer, Furniture Designer, Project Manager, Draughtsperson.
Project work could include: Domestic and Private Housing, Retail Design, Office design, Exhibition Design/ Installations, Design within the leisure and hospitality industries including hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs, spas, fitness centres, theatres and entertainment centres.
Intensive Design Foundation
If you don’t meet our entry requirements, you may be able to apply for a preparation course to help you gain entry to our undergraduate study.
VND 69,800,000 per term, 3 terms per year
VND 185,000,000 per year
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