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Studying with us during coronavirus in 2021

Studying Interiors

What to look forward to

Throughout your learning, you will benefit from our rich professional practice network, from collaborations with international schools to placement opportunities with top interior design agencies.

Reach your full creative potential in our facilities

You’ll have our state-of-the-art facilities at your fingertips to help you develop your own creative identity.

Our workshops, such as the 3D printing and reprographics facilities, are some of the best in the country and you will be given free access to industry standard software including Photoshop, InDesign, Vectorworks, SketchUp and Cinema 4D.

We're back on campus for teaching

Your timetable will be built around teaching time using our facilities on campus with online sessions for some activities where being virtual adds value. That means it’s not going to be like 2020 over again. We've combined the best of our pre-pandemic teaching with what's worked best for students while they've been learning at home.

We’ve planned your learning so it has most benefit for you. You will be able to support your classmates and visa-versa by presenting your design ideas to each other in person, meaning you can better learn from the experience of your peers.

You will benefit from on campus access to the extensive professional facilities available, including the workshops, library resources, material library and specialist computer workstations.

Innovative teaching that's enhanced by technology

Our teaching and learning approach is evidence based and designed using feedback from students and staff during the pandemic and in previous years.

Our students particularly liked the additional pre-recorded skills sessions which were a great success and enhanced the normal live skills studio teaching that ran throughout the year. This has provided a valuable resource for future students such as yourself to use.

Contextual and theoretical lectures will be kept online and recorded, meaning you can re-watch anytime (and save some money on travel too!).

The pandemic meant we were unable to produce our beautiful annual printed magazine DRAFT; a showcase of ideas, processes and projects from both Interiors programmes. Instead we adapted it into a digital platform with great success.

Being online, our students’ work was able to be seen by professionals all over the world, and we’re excited to continue having DRAFT online alongside the printed copy.

Tech also allows us to add innovative new ways of teaching into the mix. Students have benefited from Achievement Completion activity monitoring, which allows them to track which resources they have accessed and thereby ensure that they are getting all the available support that they need.

Support for your successful career in interior design and architecture

Make the most of our sandwich placement option between Year 2 and Year 3 as well as incorporated studio visits to some of London’s top design practices.

Last year, our students visited four highly respected design practices, Brinkworth, Universal Design Studio, Casson Mann and Daziel and Pow, all of which have employed students in the past

Benefit from ‘Practice Talks’ from visiting practitioners and professionals. Tutors from international partner schools also visit and get involved in project crits and reviews, as well as running workshops and setting real-life briefs

Get support from us for your award entries into national industry competitions, which look great on your CV. More recently, students have won awards at the Retail Student Design Awards, Architects for Health and Interior Educators Velocity Awards.

The team is looking forward to welcoming you to Middlesex! With our placement programme, state-of-the art facilities and dedicated team, we’re excited to see you develop into a professional, ready for a career in the interiors industry.

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