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Interiors (Architecture and Design) (Part-Time)
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Interiors (Architecture and Design) (Part-Time)

Middlesex University
London, Great Britain
2 Years
Start date
Sep 2022

Program Description

MA Interiors (Architecture & Design) encourages creative investigation, experimentation and innovation in order to extend your knowledge and skills in the creation of new environments. The potential of the ‘interior’ is explored across a range of contemporary contexts, through field research and interpretation, studio and online workshops, media practices, critical analysis and design. On the course you will develop your individual practice and approach to the design of interior spaces and places.

The following course-related costs are included in the fees:

- A free electronic textbook for every module
- All printing and copying required for your study.
- Self-service laptops available for loan for a maximum of 24 hours
- Audio-visual equipment available for loan, including digital stills cameras, digital video recorders, digital audio recorders.

The following course-related costs are not included in the fees, and you may be required to purchase these to complete the course. The costs are approximate and may change due to changes in pricing at the retailer:

- Your personal equipment and materials
- Printing at larger than A3 sizes, or on non-standard paper in the Reprographics area and binding; this may be subsidised or paid for if the output required is specified for the project/ module.
- Additional, specialist materials for the 3D and advanced digital workshops for individual output
- Optional field trips and visits; these are normally subsidised by the programme (generally and approximately up to 50% of the cost).

Entry Requirements

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Bachelor's Degree
Degree from State Technical Institute
English Level
Michigan Proficiency (ECPE)
Cambridge Proficiency (CPE)
Cambridge Advanced (CAE)
International Baccalaureate
Pearson Test of Academic Engl.
TOEFL (internet based)

Information about qualifications:

  • We normally require a good honours degree in Interior Architecture, Architecture, Interior Design or Design, although other subjects may be valid.

Other accepted qualifications:

  • Those without formal qualifications need to demonstrate three years' relevant work experience and the ability to study at postgraduate level.

Alternative English language requirements:

  • ESB ESOL International: Level 2‐Step 1
  • European Baccalaureate Language 1: Grade 7.0
  • European Baccalaureate Language 2: Grade 7.0
  • Language Cert International ESOL B2 SELT (SELT version ONLY): B2 High Pass overall and min 33/50 in each skill
  • Duolingo: Overall 110

More information:

  • We also consider candidates with other relevant qualifications.
  • If you have relevant qualifications or work experience, academic credit may be awarded towards your Middlesex University programme of study.



Explore: Scale and Place

Encounter: Contexts and Debate

Develop: Personal Practice

Advance: Thinking and Writing

Realise: Independent Research and Design

Critical Debates

In this module you’ll explore the key concepts, ideas, issues and research methodologies relating to the practice and theory of interiors. With particular focus on the cultural and social contexts within your chosen discipline, you’ll produce a portfolio of critical responses to contemporary debates in research and professional practice. – Term 1 (30 credits)

Exploring Spaces

In this module you will develop your approach to reflective and critical practice through the creation of a design development manual, identifying and utilising the research stage as an instrument for informing all forms of spatial design. You will interpret the cultural and social context within interiors, developing and testing advanced project proposals. – Term 2 (30 credits)

Advanced Research

In this module you will examine a diverse range of advanced approaches to interiors research using both historical and contemporary sources. You will explore the work of practitioners and scholars in interiors, and the contemporary research problems they face. You will produce an illustrated Research Survey demonstrating your investigations and findings. – Term 2 (30 credits)

Major Project

Using your own research methodologies, concepts and design development processes previously explored in the course you will evaluate relationships between theory and practice. You will produce a substantial body of practice work and a final design proposal for external public exhibition, supported by critical and reflective written work that demonstrates your resolution and expertise. – Term 3 (60 credits)


This course will prepare you for a diverse range of careers foremost within the interior design, architecture and wider design industry, but also within other creative and cultural industries. These may include product, furniture, exhibition design, spatial design and more. You may also decide to pursue careers in further research and teaching. We encourage students to work in the industry and support links with professional industry during and after graduating.

Our graduates are now working as:

  • Interior designers
  • Architects
  • Teachers
  • Product Designers
  • Researchers
  • Writers

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