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Enhanced Score Report

There s nothing worse than when a test-taker doesn t pass the test. After months of hard work, they re left wondering what to do next. Now, there s no more wondering.

The Enhanced Score Report from GED Testing Service provides targeted feedback for each test-taker so they know their strengths, what skills to develop, and how to score higher on their re-test.

Benefits of the Enhanced Score Report

  • Most test-takers can access their score report in their MyGED account within one hour of finishing the test
  • Identifies the specific skills the test-taker missed on the test
  • Provides test-takers with a personalized study plan and the specific pages or chapters they need to study to score higher
  • Test-takers can choose from more than a dozen study materials to customize their study plan
  • Easy to share with educators online or by printing the report
  • Free with every 2014 GED test and GED Ready practice test

Enhanced Score Report Tutorial

Watch this video to learn how to help test-takers understand their scores and prepare for the GED test with the Enhanced Score Report Tutorial .

What Scores Mean: A Closer Look

Understand what your test-taker s score on the GED test or GED Ready practice test means.

GED test

GED Ready practice test

GED College Ready + Credit (175-200)

Test-taker demonstrates some of the same skills that are taught in college-level courses. Depending on the school or program, a test-taker may be eligible for up to 3 credits in Math, 3 credits in Science, 3 credits in Social Studies, and up to 1 credit in English.

Likely to Pass (145-200)

Test-taker is ready and should schedule that GED test subject soon. Readiness predictions are valid for 60 days.

GED College Ready (165-174)

Test-taker passed and showed the skills needed to be successful in college or a job (college-and career-readiness level).

Too Close To Call (134-144)

Test-taker may be ready, but should study more before taking the test.

GED Passing Score (145 164)

Test-taker passed and showed the same skills as a graduating high school senior.

Not Likely to Pass (100 133)

Test-taker needs to study more before taking the test.





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Atlantic International University is a unique alternative to the more than 6,700 traditional colleges and universities in the United States, we utilize a sustainable and andragogic approach to learning with an open curriculum design. At AIU you will build your own curriculum from courses that are appropriate for your personal and professional goals.

AIU offers a wide range of majors in areas including the Arts, Business, Science, Technology, Social, and Human studies. More than 120 degrees and programs are available for adult learners at the associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and post doctorate level.

Distance Learning at AIU is enhanced by vast academic resources and innovative technologies build into the Virtual Campus: Hundreds of self-paced courses with video lectures and step by step lessons, thousands of optional assignments, 140,000 e-books, the Social Media & Networking platform allowing collaboration/chat/communications between students, and MYAIU develop students holistically in 11 areas beyond just academics.

AIU degree programs are designed for professional adults. After evaluating both academic records and life experience, AIU staff working in conjunction with Faculty and Academic Advisors, establishes the student’s Academic Status. The student’s Academic Status defines the number of Credit Hours the student must complete to fulfill the academic guidelines of the institution.

The programs offered at AIU allow for limited Academic or Life-experience. Academic or Life-experience credit is knowledge gained outside of the classroom through work or other professional endeavors. The policy for accepting such credit is limited to one third of the credit requirement for the program and documentation must be provided to confirm such experience.

AIU is accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). ASIC Accreditation is an internationally renowned quality standard for colleges and universities. ASIC is a member of CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in the USA and an approved accreditation body by the Ministerial Department of the Home Office in the UK. AIU is not accredited by an agency recognized by the US secretary of education. Read more.

Our founding principles are based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights; per article 26, AIU believes that Higher Education is a Human Right. The University has implemented a paradigm shifting educational model for its academic programs that have allowed it to move closer to this goal through the self-empowerment of its students, decentralization of the learning process, personalized open curriculum design, and a sustainable learning model.

Students and Faculty develop, produce and edit shows, documentaries and other media disseminated via AIUTV and AIU Radio. Creators have a profile page summarizing the show and themselves with a way for viewers to get in contact with them for further collaboration, networking, or other synergistic interactions.

Every hosted your own show? Have a mission or cause you would like to bring awareness to? Are you passionate about something? Any of these can be great topics to be featured on AIUTv IT MEANS CREATING ANOTHER SELF THAT DOES NOT EXIST.”

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We understand how busy adults do not have time to go back to school. Now, it’s possible to earn your degree in the comfort of your own home and still have time for yourself and your family. The Admissions office is here to help you, for additional information or to see if you qualify for admissions please contact us. If you are ready to apply please submit your Online Application and paste your resume and any additional comments/questions in the area provided.

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France s system of public higher education and research is keenly attuned to international trends in science and scholarship and wide open to international participation. The extent of the collaboration between French academics and their colleagues around the world is indicated by the fact that almost half of all French scholarly publications are coauthored with at least one foreign colleague. nbsp;

Research: a major French priority

France devotes more than 2% of its GDP (about €40 billion) to public and private research. The nation is home to some 70,000 doctoral candidates, a third of whom are from outside France, and more than 200,000 scholars and researchers, about half of whom work in public universities, schools, or other institutions.

Prestigious prizes for France’s leading researchers

In 2008, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Luc Montagnier of the Institut Pasteur received the Nobel prize in medicine for their work leading to the discovery of the retrovirus responsible for AIDS. Also in 2008, Jean-Marie Le Clezio received the Nobel prize for literature. Recent Nobel prizes for physics and chemistry have been bestowed upon Frenchmen Georges Charpak, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, Albert Fert, and Yves Chauvin.

Eleven of the 52 Fields medals awarded in mathematics every four years since 1936 have been won by French citizens. Cédric Villiani and Ngo Bao-Chau won in 2010, following awards to Laurent Lafforgue in 2002 and Wendelin Werner in 2006.

The Abel prize in mathematics, created in 2003, already has three French laureates: Jean-Pierre Serre, Jacques Tits, and Misha Gromov.

Doctoral training

In more than 300 French doctoral departments 62,000 faculty members of professorial rank provide training in research in close cooperation with more than 1,200 research laboratories.

Training takes place within a research team or unit (UR) affiliated with a doctoral department and under the supervision of a dissertation director. Most doctoral departments are found in universities. They organize research teams along thematic lines.

Some 10,000 doctoral dissertations are defended each year in France. The number of foreign recipients of French doctorates, like their proportion of the pool of doctoral candidates, has risen steadily in recent years.

Any student holding a master’s degree or the equivalent may apply to a doctoral program. After an average of 3 years of study and successful defense of a dissertation, candidates receive a doctoral degree.

Most candidates are required to secure financing for their research as a condition for admission to a doctoral program.

Doctoral departments

Doctoral departments within institutions of higher education provide a home for the research teams in which doctoral candidates are trained.

  • Doctoral departments provide candidates with advanced scientific training, prepare them for a career in research, and expose them to the diversity of research occupations.
  • Doctoral departments support candidates as they prepare and defend their dissertation.

Doctoral candidates who are employed by their host institution benefit from new measures (visas and residency provisions) designed to encourage international students to seek doctoral training in France.





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Student Testimonials

‘I am very pleased with having chosen the BCNH course to study nutrition. The lecturers are highly qualified and their knowledge and enthusiasm is contagious – a recipe for a successful college.”

“BCNH has given me the chance to return to study 30 years after I started as an undergraduate. The materials and support for a distant leaner are excellent and the course is both intellectually challenging and enjoyable.”

“BCNH is an excellent school that challenges your everyday thinking about nutrition. Whilst their lectures give you the foundation you need to build a sound practice, their evidence-based approach really encourages students to become confident in reading the literature and to keep learning and making clinical decisions for themselves.”

‘Having lectures at UCL for me was an added pleasure and an opportunity to meet up with fellow students and make new friends. I feel the course has helped me to be a professional, confident practitioner- fitter and healthier than before and looking forward to the future’.

“I have found the course extremely interesting and well organised. What has struck me most is how passionate everyone is about nutrition, which I find very motivating.”

The BSc programme in Nutritional Therapy is run by the
University of Greenwich in partnership with BCNH.

We aspire to be famous for our excellent academic standards and
clinical practice, as well as the quality of nutritional therapists who
graduate from BCNH.

We provide a number of courses from Science Foundation
Course to BSc in Nutritional Therapy and short nutrition
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Atlantic International University is a unique alternative to the more than 6,700 traditional colleges and universities in the United States, we utilize a sustainable and andragogic approach to learning with an open curriculum design. At AIU you will build your own curriculum from courses that are appropriate for your personal and professional goals.

AIU offers a wide range of majors in areas including the Arts, Business, Science, Technology, Social, and Human studies. More than 120 degrees and programs are available for adult learners at the associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and post doctorate level.

Distance Learning at AIU is enhanced by vast academic resources and innovative technologies build into the Virtual Campus: Hundreds of self-paced courses with video lectures and step by step lessons, thousands of optional assignments, 140,000 e-books, the Social Media & Networking platform allowing collaboration/chat/communications between students, and MYAIU develop students holistically in 11 areas beyond just academics.

AIU degree programs are designed for professional adults. After evaluating both academic records and life experience, AIU staff working in conjunction with Faculty and Academic Advisors, establishes the student’s Academic Status. The student’s Academic Status defines the number of Credit Hours the student must complete to fulfill the academic guidelines of the institution.

The programs offered at AIU allow for limited Academic or Life-experience. Academic or Life-experience credit is knowledge gained outside of the classroom through work or other professional endeavors. The policy for accepting such credit is limited to one third of the credit requirement for the program and documentation must be provided to confirm such experience.

AIU is accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). ASIC Accreditation is an internationally renowned quality standard for colleges and universities. ASIC is a member of CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in the USA and an approved accreditation body by the Ministerial Department of the Home Office in the UK. AIU is not accredited by an agency recognized by the US secretary of education. Read more.

Our founding principles are based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights; per article 26, AIU believes that Higher Education is a Human Right. The University has implemented a paradigm shifting educational model for its academic programs that have allowed it to move closer to this goal through the self-empowerment of its students, decentralization of the learning process, personalized open curriculum design, and a sustainable learning model.

Students and Faculty develop, produce and edit shows, documentaries and other media disseminated via AIUTV and AIU Radio. Creators have a profile page summarizing the show and themselves with a way for viewers to get in contact with them for further collaboration, networking, or other synergistic interactions.

Every hosted your own show? Have a mission or cause you would like to bring awareness to? Are you passionate about something? Any of these can be great topics to be featured on AIUTv ?>

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Diploma of Interior Design + Decoration (MSF50213)

What is the Interior Design + Decoration Diploma?

The nationally accredited MSF50213 Diploma of Interior Design + Decoration is the course if you are wanting to work as a residential and commercial interior designer.

The diploma will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work as an Interior Designer for a firm or establish your own design business.

Our Diploma of Interior Design + Decoration ensures you graduate with computer skills in Photoshop, inDesign and CAD along with hand drafting technical skills which you will combine with your creative concepts and design understanding to develop create your clients their ideal space.

* The MSF50213 Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration is being delivered by iscd on behalf of the Academy of Information Technology (AIT) as part of the RedHill Education Group

AIT CRICOS Provider Code: 02155J | AIT RTO: 90511 | iscd RTO: 91439

how can i become an interior designer?

Become an Interior Designer by completing the 29 Units of Competencies that make up the MSF50213 Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration.

At iscd. the part-time certificate is completed over 2 years, studying on campus just 8 hours per week with mid-week, day and evening study options or just one day on Saturdays available for you to choose from.

With VET FEE-HELP available, you can get started today. Limited places available.

Throughout your diploma program you will have internship opportunities and when you graduate the MSF50213 Diploma of Interior Design + Decoration, we are here to help with the opportunities on our job board.

Course Overview

Finish your interiors diploma program by gaining practical and technical skills to thrive as an accredited Interior Designer.

  • Technical skills in Photoshop, InDesign and AutoCAD to present design solutions
  • To understand the hard construction and architectural materials and techniques used in the built-environment,
  • To execute commercial interior design briefs and produce a complete design package for your portfolio
  • To identify design and architectural historical influences and how they shape contemporary and sustainable design
  • How to source, research and reference industry contacts and suppliers

Career Outcomes

After the completion of the Diploma of Interior Design + Decoration, many graduates secure industry positions or establish their own freelance business in Interior Design.

  • Residential or Commercial Interior Designer and Decorator
  • Stage and Set Designer
  • Interior Design and Styling freelance consultancy services
  • Editorial Stylist
  • Business Owner

You can keep up to date with current job that are available now in the design industry on our job board

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn the processes to generate conceptual ideas
  • Explore colour theory and understand colour application in interior design
  • Examine two and three-dimensional spatial planning
  • Understand the hard materials and techniques used in the construction of built-environments
  • Produce complete drawing packages with drafting and rendering skills necessary to practice as an Interior Designer or Decorator confidently
  • Design process for 2D and 3D forms
  • Colour theory and application to design
  • Extended research of colour, finishes and the effects of lighting
  • Conceptualisation and the phases of the design process
  • Soft Furnishings and their application in an interior space including suppliers, trades and specifications.
  • Styling, providing interior styling services and researching and recommending furniture and accessories.
  • Presentation of sample boards and specifications for clients
  • Developing your design identity and setting up your business
  • Drawing and documentation of design concepts and ideas.

Subject Areas

  • Design process for 2D and 3D forms
  • Colour theory and application to design
  • Extended research of colour, finishes and the effects of lighting
  • Conceptualisation and the phases of the design process
  • Soft Furnishings and their application in an interior space including suppliers, trades and specifications.
  • Styling, providing interior styling services and researching and recommending furniture and accessories.
  • Presentation of sample boards and specifications for clients
  • Developing your design identity and setting up your business • Drawing and documentation of design concepts and ideas.
  • Illustration techniques and applications for any type of illustrative work relevant to a design brief using Photoshop and inDesign
  • Technical skills required to operate a range of computer aided drawings (CAD)
  • Architectural styles and movements + their influence in interior design and decoration projects
  • Sustainability in design and reducing the negative environmental impacts of work practice.
  • Understand the hard materials used in interior design and decoration
  • Design solutions for small commercial interior design projects

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Bachelor of Adult Education (BA)

School of Social and Human Studies
Atlantic International University

The Bachelor of Adult Education (BA) program objective is to provide students with technical training necessary to work in the broad field of adult education and training; including community development, training coordination, mentorship, staff development, corporate and career training, adult education, and in-service training. Courses focus on training fundamentals, educational psychology, and adult learning behavior. The Bachelor of Adult Education (BA) program is offered online via distance learning. After evaluating both academic record and life experience, AIU staff working in conjunction with Faculty and Academic Advisors will assist students in setting up a custom-made program, designed on an individual basis. This flexibility to meet student needs is seldom found in other distance learning programs. Our online program does not require all students to take the same subjects/courses, use the same books, or learning materials. Instead, the online Bachelor of Adult Education (BA) curriculum is designed individually by the student and academic advisor. It specifically addresses strengths and weaknesses with respect to market opportunities in the student s major and intended field of work. Understanding that industry and geographic factors should influence the content of the curriculum instead of a standardized one-fits-all design is the hallmark of AIU s unique approach to adult education. This philosophy addresses the dynamic and constantly changing environment of working professionals by helping adult students in reaching their professional and personal goals within the scope of the degree program.

Important: Below is an example of the topics or areas you may develop and work on during your studies. By no means is it a complete or required list as AIU programs do not follow a standardized curriculum. It is meant solely as a reference point and example. Want to learn more about the curriculum design at AIU? (Course and Curriculum )

Core Courses and Topics in Adult Education:

    Interpersonal Communication
    Theory and Motivation
    Adult Education Methods and Procedures
    Adult Education Assessment Strategies
    Effective Verbal Presentations
    Fundamentals of Training
    Educational Psychology
    Adult Learning
    Training Perspectives
    Adult Learning and Development
    Introduction to Sociology
    Cultural Anthropology
    Human Behavior and Development Credits
    Organizational Communication
    Business Mathematics
    Principles of Psychology

Orientation Courses:

  • Communication Investigation (Comprehensive Resume)
  • Organization Theory (Portfolio)
  • Experiential Learning (Autobiography)
  • Seminar Administrative Development (Book Summary)
  • Seminar Cultural Development (Practical Experience)
  • Seminar International Development (Publications)

Research Project in Adult Education:

Bachelor Thesis Project
MBM300 Thesis Proposal
MBM302 Bachelor Thesis (5,000 words)
Publication: Each Bachelor of Adult Education graduate is encouraged to publish their research papers either online in the public domain or through professional journals and periodicals worldwide.

Career Center Bachelor of Adult Education

Job Description Bachelors in Adult Education

Adult education is the practice of teaching and educating adults. This often happens in the workplace, through ‘extension’ or ‘continuing education’ courses at secondary schools, at a college or university. Other learning places include folk high schools, community colleges, and lifelong learning centers. The practice is also often referred to as ‘Training and Development’. It has also been referred to as andragogy (to distinguish it from pedagogy). A difference is made between vocational education, mostly undertaken in workplaces and frequently related to upskilling, and non-formal adult education including learning skills or learning for personal development.

Skills for Success

  • Good communication skills
  • Good presentation skills
  • Good organizational skills
  • Professional and ethical

Employment Opportunities for Adult Education field

  • Adult Education Teacher
  • Adult Education Counselor

Professional Associations

  • American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE )
  • International Council for Adult Education (ICAE )

Resources and Tools

We understand how busy adults do not have time to go back to school. Now, it’s possible to earn your degree in the comfort of your own home and still have time for yourself and your family. The Admissions office is here to help you, for additional information or to see if you qualify for admissions please contact us. If you are ready to apply please submit your Online Application and paste your resume and any additional comments/questions in the area provided.





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Course

001 Introduction / Significance
002 Importance of Furniture Design for Interiors
003 Ancient Age / Middle Age / Contemporary
004 Research Project

Graphic Presentation (Basic)

001 Free Hand Drawing Lines, Curves, Waves
002 Compositions in pencils,Colours and pasting
003 3D Compostion: Isometric and Axonometric
004 Still life
005 Furniture Sketching
006 Object drawing with colour Rendering
007 Interior elements, Lighting, plants etc

(Advance)
a. Colour wheel
b. Rendering in ink
c. Interior Finishes (B/W and colour)
d. Dotting
e. illusions
f. Interior rendering and stubbing
g. Stained Glass

001 Lettering
002 Use of Scale
003 Solid Geometry
004 Introduction for sciography
005 Perspective, Axonometric Isometric drawing

(Advance)
a. Lifts and escalators
b. Acoustics and their application in interiors, water proofing, fire safety

Interior Design (Basic)

001 Introduction to concept of ID
002 Planning of Interior Space and circulation
003 Residential project (Each Room to be dealt with individually and indetail and accordance
with the specific requirements.
004 Principles of Hotel of Hotel interiors (Each project to have preliminary study report,
Concept stage, Final design and write-up with model.

Elements of Design

001 Interior Design as a Visual Art
002 Elements of Design
003 colours, Accessories and their significance
004 Project Analysis and Design Development
005 Design source
006 Interior space and flow chart, A good design

Construction Techniques (Basic)

Building Components, Basic idea of Construction, Foundation and superstructure. Doors, Windows, Staircase R.C.C. Timber

(Advance)
a. False Ceiling, Partitions, Wall Panelling, Comics, Mosaic, Cladding
b. Flooring and Wall Cladding

Role of an Interior Designer

001 Responsibility towards society and need of an Interior Designer to better the environment
002 Ethics and Code of Conduct
003 Responsibility towards client, contractor and supplier.
004 Estimation. Professional Fees
005 Work of an Interior Designer
006 Making of portfolio, JD Annual Design Awards

001 The Client Practice, Procedure of execution
002 P.E.R.T/ C.P.M. Arbitration
003 Final Project Practical Training

Annual Design Project

It is mandatory to complete the final design project which comprises of illustration, research, photo shoot and final show. A separate amount shall be paid for the same.

Recommended for every male and female. Perfecting you in the art of developing your ideas and creating ambience with convenience and comfort with the use of available resources and offering value utility service to create home office and work place presenting one’s own status presentation.

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As an independent higher education institution specialising in high quality arts, fashion and design qualifications West London College offers a unique study opportunity.

Central London is probably the most exciting study location in the world, and our campus is in the very heart of it.

The WLC campus combines excellent facilities and modern technology to provide an effective learning environment, both ‘real’ and ‘virtual.’more

The combination of career-oriented degree programmes and high standards of teaching makes the campus an ideal choice for undergraduate and postgraduate study.

All courses lead to recognised qualifications that serve either as pathways to further study or as passports to career success.

Foundation Diploma in Interior Design

A foundation programme that provides access to university degrees

Course overview

This structured foundation programme provides essential preparation for entry to degree courses in interior design. You will carry out a wide variety of design activities in the studio and on study visits. During the course you will identify your strengths and interests and ultimately choose your specialist pathway.

All British universities require applicants to interior design degree programmes to submit a portfolio of their work as part of the application process, and it is on this portfolio that their application will mainly be judged. On this foundation programme you will, over the year, put together a portfolio of your best work under the expert guidance of experienced tutors.

A team of professional artists, designers and teachers will support you. You will have a dedicated studio space, access to computing labs, a virtual learning environment and a well stocked library. Our central London location will give you easy access to some of the finest museums, art galleries and design companies, from which to draw your inspiration, The course concludes with an end of year exhibition or your work.

University and career opportunities

The Foundation Diploma is recognised by universities throughout the UK, notably by the University of the Arts London’s own institutions. It will enable students to pursue careers such as: Interior Design, Furniture Design, Product Design, Theatre/Film/TV Set Design, Prop, Manufacture Design, Exhibition Design, Architecture and Landscape Design.

Syllabus

Stage 1: Research Stage

Research – The first phase will introduce you to research and design. You will experiment and explore new techniques and ways of working, developing your ideas both 2 dimensionally and 3 dimensionally. You will look at new approaches and investigate the use of mixed media. This structured programme of drawing and visual studies will help you identify your skills, strengths and interests. You will learn a variety of skills, including developing your eye for colour, pattern, perspective and spatial awareness as you progress through interior design and decoration assignments. You will gain a contextual awareness through visits to RIBA, Wellcome Trust, British Museum, National Gallery, V A, Fashion Textiles Museum, Wallace Collection and The Design Museum. A broad range of art and design activities including lectures, discussions, workshops, demonstrations and educational activities will take place. You will learn how to evaluate your creative work and reflect on your progress.

  • Stage2: Pathway Stage

    Pathway – You will develop skills through building a portfolio of work. You will chose from one of the following pathways to study at degree level: Interior Design, Furniture Design, Product Design, Theatre Design, Set Design, Prop Manufacture Design, Exhibition Design, Architecture, Landscape Design, Textile Design, Print Design, Surface Design.

  • Stage 3: Project Stage

    Project – In the final stage you will use the creative skills you learned in the first two stages of the course to carry out a major design project based on your chosen theme. The course concludes with an end of year exhibition or your work.

  • Course Details

    Duration

    Entry Requirement

    • Maths and English GCSEs – or overseas equivilent
    • 5.5 IELTS (Tier 4 only)
    • 10 pieces of artwork, which will be assessed by Admissions

    Course starts

    Qualification

    • WLC Diploma in Interior Design
    • University of the Arts London Awarding Body (Level 3/4) Diploma in Art Design

    Course fee

    • The standard course fee for UK/EU/EEA students is 9,000
    • This fee also applies to students of other nationalities with indefinite or indirect permission to remain in the UK. e.g. Indefinite Leave To Remain, Dependant, Family Member of an EEA national, etc.,
    • The College has a limited number of places with a reduced course fee for UK/EU/EEA resident students, awarded on a merit basis by the WLC Awards Panel. There are three categories;
      1. 18 years of age on 31 August 2016. If you will still be 18 years of age on 31 August 2016 and you receive an award from the WLC Awards Panel, the course will be free except for the 300 course materials charge.
      2. 19 and over with A Levels or a Level 3 qualification. If you will be 19 years of age or older on the first day of the course and you receive an award from the WLC Awards Panel, the course fee will be 5,421 plus the 300 course materials charge. The course fee of 5,421 can either be paid from private means or with a student loan from the UK government, known as the Advanced Learning Loan (see: www.gov.uk/studentfinancesteps )
      3. Between 19 and 23 without A Levels or a Level 3 qualification. If you will be between 19 and 23 years of age on the first day of the course and you receive an award from the WLC Awards Panel, the course fee will be free except for the 300 course materials charge.
    • The course fee for international students (Tier 4) is 11,500.

    Awarding bodies

    • University of the Arts London Awarding Body





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    Diploma in Interior Design (DID) JAE Code: S89

    Overview

    As an Interior Designer. you have the ability and power to craft and transform the experiences of everyday living.

    At the Diploma of Interior Design (DID), you will be equipped with skills to go beyond mere interior decoration. You will learn and engage in design research to develop your ideas and create interior spaces that are functional and purposeful. You will be taught how to combine design aesthetics with technical knowledge, and develop techniques to best communicate your ideas.

    Interior Design students are also exposed to Specialisation workshops and Studio projects. This introduces them to various research and experimentation processes, helping them assemble a Design Portfolio that has gained recognition by employers in the design industry, as well as local and overseas Universities.

    Course Highlights

    • Experience a paradigm shift in your understanding of interior design when you learn to question and redefine what the spatial enclosure can be
    • Dynamic, project-based curriculum that trains and exposes you to a broad range of thinking, designing and crafting skills
    • Learn to develop a strong research grounding to push the limits of your design ideas
    • Gain a broad exposure to international design trends by participating in internationally run workshops such as the Visiting School by Architectural Association, London
    • Take part in global design studios, international competitions and “live” industry projects and gain valuable experience as an interior design student
    • Join the global situated programme with overseas design institutions like Pratt Institute, New York and SAIC, Chicago, and expand your learning journey through regional study trips to Japan, Korea, India and Thailand

    Making space your playground

    “I was in the Science stream but that didn’t hinder my passion to pursue a design course. I went to SP Open House and after looking at the works that were exhibited, I was very sure that SP Design School was my top choice. I enjoyed every lesson and assignment that was given and even initiated to do more than was required. I was surprised at my own motivation and enthusiasm! Under the Industry Mentorship Programme, I was attached to an Architectural/Interior Design firm which was an eye-opening experience and gave me lots of exposure.”

    Yong Ming Jie
    DID graduate, 2015