The programme educates interior architects with a distinct design personality. It comprises studies on spatial design and furniture design. Concrete design assignments form a major part of education. The studies emphasise advanced practical design skills combined with conceptual and strategic design thinking and research-driven design. Students are encouraged to expand the frontiers of the discipline by addressing systems level problems and societal challenges across the scale of built environment.
Students graduated from the programme are eligible to work as professional interior architects.
Admission procedure and programme-specific requirements
Applicants to the Master’s Degree Programme in Interior Architecture apply for master’s level admissions in the field of Art and Design. The main criteria are competence and suitability. Specifically, the programme seeks students who understand the processes and structures, used to create – both individually and in teams – personal design solutions with artistic insight, ideation skills, goal-orientation and motivation.
Eligible applicants to the programme have earned a Bachelor of Arts or completed equivalent studies. The Master’s Degree Programme in Interior Architecture consists of advanced studies that can be completed in two years.
Students are granted admission to the programme through a two-phase process. In the first phase, students are evaluated based on their application as a whole, including portfolio, previous studies, CV and letter of motivation. In the second phase, the most suitable applicants are invited to an interview, from which a smaller subset of applicants will be offered a study place.
Applicants accepted to the programme may be required to take supplementary studies.
The applicants are evaluated in two stages on the basis of their CVs, personal study achievements (artistic and/or scientific) and motivation, which are also discussed in the interview.
In the portfolio, applicants display work that shows their artistic expression and design skills. The portfolio must contain diverse samples of the applicant’s previous artistic, professional and/or scientific activity. The portfolio is attached as a pdf to the online application.
The work contained in the portfolio must be catalogued, listing at least the title and/or theme, materials used, size, purpose and year of completion of each piece. The catalogue must also detail where and when the work has been exhibited, displayed or published and whether the work is based on individual or group work. The contribution of the applicant in the work should be stated in case the work has been completed in a group. The applicant’s name, address and phone number and the degree program applied for must be indicated clearly on the portfolio.
Motivation letter (max 4000 characters)
The applicant must convey his/her motivation for applying for Interior Architecture programme by writing a motivation letter. The applicant can describe his/her strengths and interests, visions in art and design, as well as design, and creative goals.
The application must include the applicant’s CV with personal data, educational background, work experience, exhibitions, publications and articles, awards and grants, study trips and positions of trust. No links.
Please upload a sigle PDF-file to the application system before submitting the application
Stage II: interview
Selected applicants from Stage I will be invited for a face to face interview. The interviews can be conducted over Skype or telephone if necessary. The interview is intended to evaluate the applicant’s potential to complete the studies successfully.
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