Course: Interior Design (Contemporary Interior Design)
Programme: Postgraduate level - Master
School: London School of Fashion & Design
Start date: February 2021
In order to apply for a Scholarship please make sure to hold all the documents listed below and to read carefully the Regulation linked at the bottom of the page.
DEADLINE to apply:
- Copy of University degree and, when not in english, an official English translation must be provided
- Copy of University Transcript and, when not in english, an official English translation must be provided
Signed Personal Statement
Reference Letter 1
Reference Letter 2
Portfolio (or special project)
- Submit a portfolio consisting of the following 2 digital documents, uploaded as 1 single pdf : Document 1 - Project Interpretation: Include your reference research and your own interpretation. Describe the design goal that you want to achieve through your project. (Max 400 words overall); and Document 2 - Creative Work: Show your project through renderings and/or imagery, structured as one mood board (with a title of the collection) and 10 design renderings/drawings for a space that reflects the proposed theme: “Retail 3.0". Drawings must be two per page (max) and scanned in 300dpi resolution.
English Language Certificate
- For non-English native speakers: certificate of language skills, level b2 of CEFR with specific requirements (e.g. IELTS 6.5 without elements below 5.5)
** Participants who successfully complete the three year courses ‘Fashion Design & Accessories’ (including the Fashion Design & Womenswear - Fashion Design & Menswear - Fashion Design & Marketing pathways), ‘Interior Design’ (including the Interior Design & Lighting pathway), ‘Product Design’ (including the Product Design & Furniture pathway), and ‘Visual Design’ in Milano, will be awarded the AFAM First Level Academic Diploma. Recognised by the Italian Ministry of Education as an academic diploma equivalent to a university undergraduate level degree, participants will obtain 180 CFA (crediti formativi accademici) equivalent to 180 ECTS credits.