The SBID & The Cass School of Design Partnerhsip
The design industry is constantly telling colleges and universities that they need graduates to be more ‘work ready’. However, as all interiors design professionals know, there is so much to cover and take in within the three short years of a BA (Hons) course.
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IN November 2012 SBID launched an exchange programme to create educational opportunities and professional exposure for interior design students from either side of the Atlantic. We are delighted to be working with the Bowling Green state University (Ohio, USA).
Interior Design Study Abroad 4-20 May 2013: London, Paris, Barcelona, lead by professor Ashutosh Sohoni.
- Intern and interact with European Interior Designers
– Visit Design Exhibitions and Trade Shows
-Visit Interior Design Projects/Sites
-Visit world-renowned Art Galleries and Museums
-Enjoy the timeless works of Antonio Gaudi, Bernard Tschumi, Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid and others…
and….. Get a taste of British, French and Spanish Cultures as you travel through Europe.
Students can earn 3.0 Credit Hours in 3 weeks.
Check the SBID website for details of future exchange programmes.
Equip’Hotel (SBID’s partner) appoints ambassadors in each country for Design, Education and chef of distinction
For Great Britain, the chosen ambassadors are:
Co-founder of Arts Thread
& SBID’s executive board member
President of SBID
|Chef of distinction
French & British Chef
SBID has formed a memorandum of understanding with ARTS THREAD to promote the design profession for degree qualified students.
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Frazer McDonald Hay, Chairman of SBID Education Panel is currently setting up a Glasgow School of Art initiative in Singapore.
It will provide two key degree programmes: Communication Design with three strands Illustration, Graphic Design and Photography. The other key programme is Interior Design. The School opens on Sept 17th 2012. The students have an interim campus built especially for them until they move to their permanent Campus which will be built 2014.
As the Programme Director of the GSofA, Frazer says: “We hope to create a new breed of global designer fluent in cross cultural communication and expression. The graduates will have a beguiling mix of influences, skills, techniques and histories which will help make them a hot commodity for the international design communities eager to facilitate tomorrow’s corporate and cultural initiatives”.