Collaboration of three courses: Graphic Design, Interior & Architecture Design, and Furniture & Product Design

The 3-year dual-award degree programme in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University, UK covers core units ranging from practical and theoretical work supported by continuous assessment. Students will be able to demonstrate responsibility for managing their learning by evaluating their own progress and making autonomous decisions. They will also be able to communicate verbal and visual ideas effectively and professionally.

Upon graduation, students can look forward to career opportunities in fields such as: art direction, design consultancies, advertising agencies, publishing, motion graphics and digital media companies, post-production firms, visual merchandising, branding and identity agencies, illustration companies, packaging design consultancies and in-house graphic departments.

The 3-year dual-award degree programme in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University, UK covers core units ranging from practical and theoretical work supported by continuous assessment. The course focuses mainly on the design and development of internal space with emphasis on the relationship between architectural context and interior design.

The course also emphasizes on developing student’s analytical and critical thinking skills, to direct graduates to develop a professional career as interior designers or enter into further postgraduate study.

The 3-year dual-award degree programme in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University, UK aims to produce designers that are able to fulfil the needs of the design profession. The course will provide students the professional and creative approaches to all aspects of furniture and product design.

It focuses mainly on user experience design and establishes students’ sensitivity towards the technical and social awareness in the design industry. The course will be nurturing students to also be critical and analytical in their design and developing personal design direction which is essential in the design profession as well as lifelong learning.