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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

A strong creative vision and an ability to bring ideas to life are hallmarks of the field of interior design. Student designers are tasked with creating visually stimulating and workable spaces in commercial or residential settings that adhere to industry standards and government regulations.

Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a sovereign state and a member state of the European Union. It is located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. Spanish universities regulate access to their own degrees and they fix the academic fees. They can also offer unofficial postgraduate degrees. The capital city Madrid has possibly the largest number of bars per capita of any European city and a very active nightlife.

Master's Program in Interior Design in Spain

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Master's Degree In Interior Design

Escuela Superior de Diseño de Barcelona
Online Full time 12  May 2017 Spain Barcelona

Tackle interior design projects adjust to the needs of users who will occupy the space. [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Interior Design in Spain. Look around and look at the space around you, one way or another has been designed from an intention, has been designed to meet a specific need, to solve a problem. In essence, this is one of the facets that define the design, a relatively young in their teaching discipline, but that is part of our DNA and emanating from our creative ability to find solutions for those problems that arise us. This requires a transformation process that begins in the field of the idea and eventually develop in this case tangible spaces, homes to inhabit and develop a part of life of every human being. That is why the design market housing is extremely large, we all need a place to live, and requires professionals able to develop projects that can fit like a tailored suit each user, which transmit, not only a needs basic, but a personality, a social projection. However, the design of interior spaces is more complex than at first may seem, consisting of a sum of several procedures to follow in order to successfully meet the project task. From the first ideas to the delivery of a work spend several months in which you have to follow a methodology of work scheduled, rigid contrasts with the creativity of the idea, which is the heart of any project. In the Masters in Interior Design we will give the necessary for students to learn and develop a methodology customizing your proyectual language and enable it to meet future interior design projects, based on the field of creativity, helping tools to look for a language as allowing each represent and present ideas with a cultural basis behind to solve in an imaginative way the different projects that may arise and thus deal with its complexities. This methodology should combine creativity through design and material production of that idea into a space, following a more rigid guidelines that involve the writing of the entire project in detail, calculation and cost control, management of the work, to housing delivery to the customer. GOALS The main objectives of this program are: Acquiring a personalized work methodology to optimize, manage and control the different runtimes of a project. Provide the tools to be able to direct, design and implement an interior design project from inception to delivery of the work to the client. Take economic control of the work, since the presentation of customer fees, measurements, control of budgets and work. Deepen knowledge of the different rooms to help project with greater agility. Learning to control the project at different scales until the development of construction details. Provide students with the knowledge and techniques of representation to present a visually neat project. At the end of the course, students will have material generated to develop a digital portfolio, enabling them to promote themselves in the workplace. CURRICULUM The Master in Interior Design is structured around the following subjects that are integrated into a final master project to provide the necessary tools to develop an interior design project. Space for reflection Provide the student references key figures in interior design housing which at the time represented a transgression or innovation, either by their way of being inhabited, or the use of construction materials, how to work with light, seeking to open the existing framework and sometimes too typecast you have the housing interior. It will seek to open the framework of the student, with the analysis and critique of space, the functional program to motivate students to experiment, investigate and transgress in the housing interior and generate a custom map references. Methodology and management: next steps in the project The student must master the steps in each phase of the project, based on a methodology that will allow customizing and should control the project from its beginning to its delivery to the customer. From the first idea from the customer briefing, calculate fees, through each phase of the project, reports, measurements and all necessary documentation to know how to manage the work, looking at the end of the course each student develops a personal process methodology . Facilities Introduce students to the implementation of a project installations, dimensioning. From the best location thereof within the project, the crossroads of different facilities and their problems. We work on the importance of light in the interior, from the analysis of the incidence of natural light in space, to the artificial light at the technical part such as light temperature, color rendering, types and effects to control one of the most important aspects interior design. plumbing, gas, electrical, data, air conditioning and heating are also covered in the interior design project for proper execution. Spaces and relations between them A historical and evolutionary view of space, combined with the functional and programmatic analysis of each stay and the possible relationships between them. The kitchen merges with the room and this in turn is related to the living room. Bathtubs leaving the bathroom to be located in the room where the bathroom is becoming a small spa. We delve into the degrees of privacy of a home that represents each stay. Sociology, new ways of living Most of the construction done today is aimed at what we call the "standard" family (father, mother, children). However we find great changes in the lives of individuals and social. Housing for young couples (with prospects of increase), housing for the elderly, single-parent homes, homes of youth groups, among others; which together with the increase of experience as co-living or co-hosting, posed changes focus when designing housing and adapted to new social needs. Designing spaces that can accommodate multiple uses and are adaptable, sometimes functional needs may limit future use. Work at home This module seeks to deepen programmatic issues that students can be found. It is increasingly common to find people who can do their work from home instead. We must therefore find a place within it that is comfortable, ergonomic, encouraging ... Working from home loosens many aspects to make your own schedule, avoid displacement, among others, but also need to create a separate space that psychologically allows spatially differentiate home to work giving special treatment to develop the activity in the most productive as possible. A part of the study and analysis of caseloads of shophouses, the student will look deeper into aspects related to work such as ergonomics. Styling, feel at home Colonize the interior of the projects by the people who occupy and work together to integrate the furniture, paintings, carpets, personal collections, curtains, objects in detail. The goal is to make housing a personalized, unique place where you feel comfortable, while we seek a harmony of all elements with space. Construction and production, we enter work Once you have written the technical side, begins the construction phase. Since it is extremely complex, it is necessary to have enough technique to build what we have projected. It is the time where the designer has to manage the relationship with industry, be able to solve problems that arise in the process and make decisions in a short period of time, it is to introduce students into the work with the different phases that compose, from demolition to housing coatings either level floors, ceiling, walls, woodwork and furniture, controlling the execution times to deliver the completed project to the client. Construction and production, materials The materials are a fundamental part of a work. You have to have control and sufficient knowledge of the different materials for proper execution, its different uses and ways to work them under different conditions to finish developing the most detail any constructive element, designing and solving possible problems. Representation techniques The importance of knowing how to present ideas to the client a visually appealing and intuitive way to give students the necessary tools for layout and prepare all the different documents generated in different programs into a single document or file ahead of its presentation. Also we give you the tools to see photo mount images that help sell the idea to the customer. The visual aspect is an essential tool for the project comes through the eyes tool. Master Thesis The Final Master Project encompasses all learning that the student has acquired throughout the Masters in different subjects. It will be to implement a housing program in a predefined space with a briefing of a prospective customer with their needs and where they seek the student to demonstrate that it is able to apply all the knowledge taught in different subjects, and perform a work from the inception to delivery of the same customer. The curriculum is divided into four modules. The materials that make up the curriculum are distributed as follows: SUBJECTS ECTS Space for reflection 5 Methodology and management: next steps in the project 5 Facilities 5 Spaces and relations between them 5 Sociology, new ways of living 5 Work at home 5 Styling, feel at home 5 Construction and production, materials 5 Construction and production, we enter work 5 Representation techniques 5 Master Thesis 10 TOTAL ECTS 60 Requirements  Recommended profile This Master is aimed at people who meet the following profile: Graduates in Design architects technical architects Building engineers Fine Arts graduates In cases where the student proves previous higher education to a process of accreditation of university degree, the Academic Committee will evaluate the candidate's CV and portfolio and completed the curriculum, which must maintain a reasonable equivalence with existing studies degree the same area. Degree People who pass the program evaluation will obtain a double degree: Course at ESdesign - Superior School of Design Barcelona Course at the International University of Valencia, who credited them as professionals in the specialty studied. Career prospects Students taking this Master can develop their career in the following areas: Interior design studios Study interior architecture department specialty shops of furniture or interior design services Large corporations focused on housing rehabilitation as well as new construction homes that offer products "turnkey" [-]

Master in Interior Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Barcelona
Campus Full time November 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Interior Design meets the needs of professionals from several disciplines related to design and architecture interested in completing their training focusing specifically on interior design for commercial spaces. Starting from the particular needs of this type of space, students work in a multidisciplinary manner on tools that permit the interpretation of brands’ commercial needs, always from the standpoint of design. [+]

THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN SPANISH The Master in Interior Design meets the needs of professionals from several disciplines related to design and architecture interested in completing their training focusing specifically on interior design for commercial spaces. Starting from the particular needs of this type of space, students work in a multidisciplinary manner on tools that permit the interpretation of brands’ commercial needs, always from the standpoint of design. This way, the course is directed to real and professional treatment of retail design, working in close proximity with existing and original commercial situations supported by contributions from real clients. Objectives - Finish off the student’s training providing first hand the whole of disciplines intervening in commercial design. - Comprehend the aspects that need to be taken into consideration in the conception process of any projects, as well as the range of professionals that the designer may need to work with in permanent collaboration when undertaking projects in relation with interior design. - Acquire knowledge on sustainability, project management, architectural criticism or lighting, composing a multifaceted perspective over the complex current commercial reality. Methodology The nature of the course is based on a combination of theory and practice. All theoretical approaches are always put in question from a real application dimension, and directed for experimentation through projects assessed by professors of different subjects. Each project is sustained by a strong conceptual support, by in the end conclusions are taken to their building and economical consequences. This method allows no mistake in the project plan and execution, so the theoretical and practical result is highly cohesive. Student´s profile Professionals with at least two years of experience, graduates in disciplines related with design, preferentially in architecture, interior design or industrial design. Other professional profiles, not strictly related to design but with a good background on spatial design, elaboration of concepts to be applied on projects and command on contemporary digital graphic representation tools, can be taken into consideration Career Opportunities The student ends the course being able to propose new commercial spaces, both sustainable and innovative from a business perspective, underpinned by feasibility plans that will be developed throughout the course. The development of designers’ own competences offers students a comprehensive training to embrace any type of project related to the commercial world. Students are prepared to provide added value to interdisciplinary work teams, architecture and design studios, or as freelancers, creating an innovative business or from their own studio. Some fields of application within interior design for commercial spaces are: brand image management and definition, window dressing, corporate events design, creation of fashion, or any other type of product, commercial spaces, projects for restaurant and catering industries. Duration and frequency Frequency: Monday to Thursday Timetable: 18.30 p.m to 10.30 p.m * The educational planning for all IED Master courses is aligned with the criteria established by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The IED Master program has adopted a credit structure that follows the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The IED Master issues private degrees. [-]

Master in Interior Design for Commercial Spaces

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Barcelona
Campus Full time January 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Interior Design for Commercial Spaces proposes to work from the basis of a theoretical and practical reflection on the design of the commercial space. [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Interior Design in Spain. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH The Master in Interior Design for Commercial Spaces proposes to work from the basis of a theoretical and practical reflection on the design of the commercial space. The aim is to combine theoretical concepts and construction, quotation, and material interpretation, with the understanding that the design practice exists in relation to current society, to the present. Therefore, applying a historical perspective to design, analysing the current situation, and referring to the history of the place will, therefore be important issues to consider. The Master uses Barcelona as its working ground, and so deals with the commercial space associated with a territory where the street is the protagonist. Due to the geographical characteristics of our city, and good weather, much use is made of public spaces. Streets and squares are open spaces that oxygenate the urban fabric; and, within this area of high-density housing, they provide necessary ‘living rooms’ for citizens. Barcelona, unlike American cities, for example, is a “mixed-use” city, a sparsely zoned territory, where domestic life, work, and leisure co-exist. These two characteristics, the use of the public space and the “mixed-use”, makes the ground floor an important place of transition, and a threshold between public and private life. The boundary between the interior and the exterior is a blurred one, where the confines of the street do not end at the buildings, but rather extend into their interior, through its contact with the ground. Over the past few decades Barcelona has been reconstructing its own landscape, limited by the geographical elements that surround it (mountains, rivers, and the sea), carrying out different urban projects which arose from historical needs. In recent years, these transformations have been tied in with major events, and three projects, in particular have changed Barcelona’s urban structure: The Olympic Village developed for the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992. The extension of Avinguda Diagonal carried out in 2006 which involved the modification of the metropolitan area of Barcelona, extending Avinguda Diagonal as far as the sea. The creation of 22@ in the Poble Nou district, a new urban structure designed to transform the old area into a focus for new activity, where a balance is sought between its different potential uses. Making use of this richness, the course deals with the concept of the commercial space in relation to the “street”, taking into account the social and political situation to intervene in places that form part of the public debate. Objectives Confronted with the accelerating evolution of consumer markets, we are bombarded with image, identity, ambiance and life-style, which often have little to do with the everyday products they represent: the ‘consumer society’. Through work carried out during the Master, students will address the issue of commercial space not as an abstract construction, but as a commentary on reality. They will develop projects that are highly realistic and form part of the debate on the regeneration and design of the city. The projects will be supported data provided by the City Council’s Department of Architecture. The aim is for students to have closer contact with the professional world and to acquire the necessary tools to tackle the heterogeneity and diversity of programmes and places encompassed within the field of interior design. Following an integrated programme of practical and theoretical sessions, the participants will be assisted from the initial stages of strategy and conceptualization, through the design process to final presentation. Particular emphasis will be placed on the interdisciplinary aspects of the project, opening new ground to the designer, while reinforcing and amplifying previously acquired knowledge. The course is focused predominantly on research, learning a methodology, and project process. The end result is not an objective in itself, but a vehicle for providing the student with the knowledge and tools necessary to handle any type of multidisciplinary project in the future. Participants will have to develop the ability to plan and understand the stages of work process, by alternating both aspects. The course also draws on the students’ diverse backgrounds in order to further enhance the group’s knowledge. Methodology The Master offers an intensive program that provides methodological tools, steering away from the “inspired” search for an image related to an end result. The course will prepare the student in the field of abstraction, to design the space according to its emotional and visual aspects, and to pursue individual ways of thinking. The research avoids “decorated” or “fancy” spaces, in order to reinforce the knowledge of the nature and sensitivity of the place. This methodological and heterogeneous vision will increase the students’ professional skills, opening up their field of work in the design world. Work will be carried out on different scales, from the urban to the human, from overall context to detail, allowing for comprehensive control of the project. The teaching methodology proposes projects that define the place in four ways: 1_ The physical space in which they are carried out. 2_ The “present” in relation to its historical situation. 3_ The social reality and therefore issues that concern citizens. 4_ The matter as an interpretation oflife. Students Profile Students will be required to present a graphic portfolio demonstrating their ability to manipulate shapes, and their mastery of design theory. Moreover, two exercises are required to be sent: 1. The construction of a space through the cutting and folding (without separating pieces) of an A4 sheet of paper: just one photograph should be presented and an adjective that define the space. 2. Construction of a space of light through the strategic perforation of a foam board box 50x50x50cm: just one photograph should be presented and an adjective that define the space. (More detailed information will be provided during the application process). All students admitted must have a qualification in one of the following areas: ‐ Architecture ‐ Engineering ‐ Interior Design ‐ Product Design ‐ Graphic Design ‐ Visual Arts ‐ Landscaping ‐ Social Sciences During the project process, the Master promotes group work as a learning methodology: two or more students, with different experiences, who are able to manage the proposals will be better prepared for the reality of professional practice, and it also makes the course more realistic. For this reason, the Master course values the fact that students have different qualifications, as this enhances the interdisciplinary peculiarity of the projects. Professional Opportunities The Master students will have acquired sufficient knowledge for them to be able to integrate different disciplines from the design world into their projects: ‐ Architecture: the project method starts with a physical and historical analysis of the place. ‐ Interior design: understood as a continuation, an extension of the exterior space; avoiding “fancy solutions”, and seeking spaces with atmosphere and imbued with their own particular character. ‐ Product design: the ability to use detail or an object as a project matrix, whether for its modular, geometric or fractal capacity. Coordinators The coordinator of the Master supports the choice of the teaching team, all of them professionals with extensive experience, and associated with prestigious institutions and organisations in their fields of expertise. We have the participation of prominent international professors and speakers, who will explain to students the different approaches to designing contemporary interior spaces. Timetable: Monday to Friday from 6.30 p.m to 10.30 p.m. * The educational planning for all IED Master courses is aligned with the criteria established by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The IED Master program has adopted a credit structure that follows the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The IED Master issues private degrees. [-]

Master in Interior Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Madrid
Campus or Online Full time Part time October 2017 Spain Madrid + 1 more

The Master of Interior Design defines and develops the essential concepts of interior design in order to understand the relationship between the user and the space around him or her, a space that has evolved along with new trends and lifestyles. [+]

THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN SPANISH The Master of Interior Design defines and develops the essential concepts of interior design in order to understand the relationship between the user and the space around him or her, a space that has evolved along with new trends and lifestyles. Experimentation through our five senses is an essential part of the Master’s approach, which delves into concepts such as: volume, materials, light, transparencies and the spatial journey and rhythm as elements that create sensations and experiences, creating a solid foundation for innovative solutions. The Master in Interior Design proposes a research process that materialises into projects on the various kinds of spaces, lending them an open approach, experimenting with a range of spaces: residential, commercial, exhibition, multi-use, ephemeral, etc., to offer students a comprehensive view of their future professional activity. Students achieve a high level of specialization in the interior design environment. During the Master of Interior Design, they investigate, analyze and examine in depth the design with a view close to the art, architecture or construction, acquiring knowledge that make easy to face any type of project of spaces. Throughout the master, aspects such as sensory experience in the spatial game, isolated or together, the sensitive use of light, transparency, paths, rhythm and the tectonic condition of the materials are taken into consideration. After completing the course, students are able to master the implementation of the design in its context, the volumetry, the relationship with the pre-existing and the scale and proportion control. They are also able to establish the priorities of a space requirement program, the viable technical solutions, the project budget control and finally the public communication of the same. [-]

Master In Interior Design

Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM)
Campus Part time December 2016 Spain Alcobendas

Fórmate where the main tools are creativity, technology and communication. [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Interior Design in Spain. Home December 11 Weekend Schedule campus Alcobendas Differential aspects: Fórmate where the main tools are creativity, technology and communication. Acquires skills needed to design, coordinate, manage, integrate and coordinate all processes involved in creating your space powers. Professional and important studies: Rockwell Group, A-cero, Steelcase, Studio TS, DIMAD / Matadero, Studio line between others. WHY STUDY DESIGN IN THE EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY As a content adapted to the reality of the sector. Faculty consists of professionals and important studies. The best facilities with Digital Manufacturing Workshop - recognized by the MIT FabLab, a hub for working with digital and multimedia equipment with classrooms equipped with all the software and hardware resources that usually design departments. Our students get a real insight into the world of design and connected with major studios. It provides the ability to start your career with our practices studies. [-]

Master’s Degree in Interior Design

ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master’s Degree in Interior Space is a one-year programme designed to gain advanced knowledge on the theory and the practice of interior spaces through the Postgraduate programmes. [+]

Master’s Degree in Interior Design Degree awarded by Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) and ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering The Master’s Degree in Interior Space is a one-year programme designed to gain advanced knowledge on the theory and the practice of interior spaces through the Postgraduate programmes. Both the Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Space: Private Perimeters and the Postgraduate Diploma in Work Spaces are focused on the social, economic, technological and environmental changing conditions that have an effect on domestic and work spaces. The Master’s Degree in Interior Space is addressed to students who want to specialize in designing architectural interiors, offering them the opportunity to develop the capacity of analyzing, identifying and creating solutions using the critical thought and the spatial understanding for the solution of design problems in the built environment. The programme prepares future design professionals to improve the spatial and functional quality of interior spaces, ensuring the well-being of its users and being environmentally friendly. ELISAVA encourages and supports the application of technological innovation as an advanced method to design interior spaces and furniture. The Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Space, Private Perimeters programme is based on the design of a domestic interior space and it offers the exploration of new design opportunities inside the singular architectural spaces that already exist. The programme stresses the importance of giving a distinctive character and an appropriate significance to a space, emphasizing the use of sensitive elements such as light, colour, materials and textures, apart from creating suitable conditions for the user and new ways of living. The Postgraduate Diploma in Design of Work Spaces programme insists on the rationalization of space, the physical and psychological notion of comfort, on the management of the energy flows driven by sustainability, functionality and adaptability criteria and on helping users to be in contact with the objectives and the business and brand demands. The Postgraduate programmes are organised into different modules which enable students to understand and evaluate critically the main theoretical and practical issues which affect the interior design. Students are encouraged to develop an open way of thinking of interior design, and the School provides the tools to commit critically to the contemporary design approaches. Through active and proven methodologies, the objective of this Master’s Degree consists of preparing designers to face the challenges of the professional world successfully. Goals Study in depth the specific production characteristics of various design methods in connection with work space. Discover the requirements of corporate entities. Value the impact of new technologies on the fitting out of physical space. Assimilate emerging social and cultural values, which form the basis of implementation criteria, by studying the disciplines they consist of: ergonomics, ecology, economics, sociology, anthropology and their impact on the design process. Use knowledge creatively, as befitting the very notion of design. Aimed at Graduates in Design. Architects. Architectural technicians, building engineers. Graduates in Fine Arts. Professionals or academics with proven experience in the fields this course covers. Starting Data Two editions per year starting in September and February [-]

Master's in Interior Space Design

Bau Design College of Barcelona
Campus Full time October 2017 Spain Barcelona

Interior Design is a discipline that embodies different subjects and professional strands, as a result of the evolution and specialization of other related activities: design, scenography, architecture and styling, among others. [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Interior Design in Spain. Master's in Interior Space Design Interior Design is a discipline that embodies different subjects and professional strands, as a result of the evolution and specialization of other related activities: design, scenography, architecture and styling, among others. It is also often referred to as a discipline similar to general design and its specific fields: product, industrial, graphic. This Master’s degree course brings together all these criteria and offers training and an academic vision to those designers coming from a specific field who seek to acquire a deeper understanding of the specific area of Interior Design, in all its professional formats: homes, workplaces, ephemeral or commercial. SYLLABUS MODULE I – CULTURAL CONTEXT The aim of this course is to make sure that students, when faced with a specific project, are able to find certain aspects that arouse their own interest; that they will get used to looking back to find references that are linked to those aspects; that they understand how helpful this will be in their understanding of the evolution and the current status of the knowledge about this particular subject; and that they will also get used to organising all of this in their own critical map. The module’s academic objectives The main objective of this module is to provide students with knowledge about historical matters, chosen on purpose, so that they will be able to write up their own references prior to the project. MODULE II – PROJECT AREA The project is the axis of any process of the design of an interior space and, at the same time, it summarizes all the knowledge involved. An interior design project needs to be based on a balanced combination of space analysis, the functional programme and the designer’s cultural background. The module’s academic objectives The main objective of this module is to ensure that students are able to identify the type of interior design project that they need to execute. For that purpose, not only do they need to put it into the context of a professional production sector, but they also need to do so within a stylistic and historical tide or trend that is currently bolstered by objective references. MODULE III – BUILDING AND PRODUCTION The building and the facilities are part of the process to develop the project. A knowledge of building systems, materials and their characteristics, and of facilities, is essential to the execution of a professional project. This module goes into detail in aspects such as ergonomics, restoration and refurbishing, as they are considered to be the basic parameters to be taken into account for the execution of any interior design project. The module’s academic objectives - Building-Management of projects and works Reinforcing the knowledge of the materials and building systems used in interior design projects. We shall mainly focus on those that are potentially involved in the project as we assess the recovery and delivery possibilities of the new materials that are to be used. - Ergonomics We shall discuss matters from the perspective of ergonomics – from the scope of the knowledge and resources necessary for the execution of interior design projects to their representation, presentation and communication. - Restoration and refurbishing The main objective is to learn about the specific techniques and the theoretical knowledge that are needed to execute professional works in any interior space that has a cultural and historical interest, in the most respectful, sensitive way and with appropriate criteria. MODULE IV - REPRESENTATION Considering, studying and applying the systems of representation for the effective communication and presentation of a professional interior design project. The module’s academic objectives The objective of this module is to provide the student with tools and habits to view the representation of projects as an essential part of the process of the project. It is only by representing the actual project that one can be aware and have an accurate perception of it. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Interior Design Studios. Architecture Studios. Companies engaged in: scenography, temporary spaces, exhibitions mounts and / or stands. Restoration of spaces. Advice and artistic direction. FACT SHEET Edit: 3rd Edition Qualification: Master's in Interior Design accredited by the Universidad de Vic-UCC. Students without university degrees will receive a University Extension Studies Diploma. Credits: 60 ECTS School period: From October 19th 2015 to May 2016. Final Project Presentation: June 2016 Timetable: Mondays to Thursdays, from 19 to 22h. Mode: On-site Language: Spanish Price: 6600 € Access: Graduates. Undergraduate degrees in Fine Arts and Design, and those related to the following professional categories: interior design, graphic design, industrial design and arts applied to clothing. Professionals from the sector without specific training but who can demonstrate professional expertise. Applicants will undergo a selection process for acceptance on the course. Observations: Intensive Spanish course for foreign students willing to apply to the Master degree (optional course). From Sept. 10th to October, 2nd; from Monday to Friday (4h/day) – 395€. [-]

Specialization Course - Territorial Mosaic 2015/2016

Universidad Camilo José Cela
Campus Full time February 2017 Spain Madrid

There recognized units in the Master of Architecture Planning. A new environment [+]

Specialization course on challenges in developing land beyond the urban fabric This course consists of 3 units: - 2 university courses - 1 Workshop - Thesis units are recognized in the Master of Architecture Planning. A new learning environment by working closely with internationally renowned professionals like Luis Feduchi (Director) and Rafael Hernández and others. Sign up now! Duration: 150 hours. Course of 14 weeks + 3 weeks of on-site workshop in Madrid and India Location: Madrid and India Languages: Castilian and English. 15 ECTS. Dates: February 2015 - June 2015 [-]