Bachelor of Interior Design

National School of Business Management

309 Dampe - Pitipana Rd, Colombo, Sri Lanka

  • Sector: Architecture , Engineering
  • Study Mode: Full Time
  • Accreditation: University Grant Commission (UGC)
  • Full Time Duration: 3 Years
  • Degree Type: Bachelor
  • Awarding University: National School of Business Management
  • Internship: 6 months

Course Description

This is a professional degree program that provides creative and technical solutions, comprehensive with space, form, function and material. This program is mainly focused on aspects such as space layouts, lighting, building services and regulations etc. giving the student a vast understanding through academic and industrial training to obtain the required knowledge in facing the design industry. This program allows the student to work through various projects within the context of Retail, branding /commercial, hospitality, exhibition as well as furniture designing. The degree helps and encourages students to be creative and innovative by providing them with a combination of workshops, seminars and other activities to develop their design and skills to become professionals

Entry Requirements

Six passes (with 3 credit passes) in GCE Ordinary Level and Three Passes in GCE Advance Level in a single sitting, in the respective streams stipulated or approved by UGC, at one of the following examinations or an equivalent foreign qualification. Equivalent foreign qualification is defined as the minimum requirement for admission to a similar programme in a UGC recognized university in that country.G.C.E. Advanced Level examination conducted by the Department of Examinations, Sri Lanka.G.C.E Advanced Level examination conducted by Pearson Edexel, UK (London A/L).International Advanced Level examination conducted by Pearson Edexel, UK.G.S.E Advanced Level examination conducted by Cambridge International Examinations, UK

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  1. Start From : March
  2. Start From : October

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