To help facilitate distance learning, SBID has selected the below online course partners for their diversity and completeness. The flexibility online learning provides means that candidates who are unable to attend a venue still have equal access to a broad variety of career opportunities to acquire the expertise potential employers and clients require.
If you are considering a change of career, seeking to improve your career prospects or are simply unsure if interior design is the right profession for you before committing to university, an online diploma could help you on your way. Whether you want to polish up on your design skills or use your creative flair for either personal or commercial reasons, there is much to learn about the business of interior design. But, if you choose to go on and convert your diploma points to a degree in interior design, we are here to guide you.
Accredited courses are approved modules awarding points towards the total requirement of a British first-degree in interior design.
Diploma of Higher Education in Design and Innovation by The Open University
About the course
The Open University offers flexible, innovative teaching and world-leading research in the UK. This undergraduate course focuses on developing creative design thinking to address problems. The design diploma modules feature online design studios, social networking and inspiring study materials alongside practical components.
University Credits: Module credits: 60 | Total: 240
Interior Design Course by Interior Design Institute
The Interior Design Institute offers students flexible online learning in Interior Design. The course is self-paced over 12 months which includes 12 comprehensive downloadable modules including a host of functions to aid the student. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have covered core basic professional skills and knowledge.
Interior Design Taster Course by SBID in association with Bucks University (coming soon)
Supporting interior design initiatives in education, SBID assess how fit-for-purpose tuition transfers to the commercial world.
Supporting recognised interior design qualifications through university recognition.
Supporting Interior Design with student competitions to help forge successful careers in design.
Find out more about our flexible membership structure.
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