|Berlin International University of Applied Sciences||6 Semesters|
Interior Design is a practice and application-oriented program that aims to equip its graduates with the professional skills required for conceptualizing, planning and realizing spaces and the alteration of building interiors.
The program aims to communicate skills and knowledge so that creative and responsible solutions to tasks in the fields of interior design and interior architecture can be independently applied.
The graduates should be able to manage tasks by comprehending space as a whole and utilize their knowledge on the interrelatedness of the built environment, space, light, and the human being. The main field of work is foreseen as spaces, furniture, and fittings, as well as objects within the realm of interior space.
The international orientation of Berlin International provides students with possibilities in study trips, exchange programs and internship possibilities abroad, specifically through already established campuses within the BAU Global Education Network.
Students can experience international and multicultural environments and meet communities of students, scholars, and future fellow colleagues, preparing them for a complex working atmosphere.
The Interior Design study program at Berlin International University of Applied Sciences is divided into different stages. Semesters one and two forms the basic study period. The basic study period constitutes the introduction to the studies.
The basic study period gives the students the first orientation into the studies and introduces them to the basics. It consists of the modules Design Basics, Technique 1, Visualisation 1, and Theory 1. In addition, General Vocational Practice (GVP) complements the curriculum of the basic study period with a total value of 5 ECTS. General Vocational Practice includes elective courses.
- Abitur, Fachabitur, Studienkolleg, ÖSYM, YÖS, IB Diploma, GCE A-Level, SAT, ACT, Secondary School Certificate or another international equivalent (check ANABIN for country-specific regulations or consult us)
- English language skills (see below)
Applicants must provide proof of their English skills:
- IB Diploma
- TOEFL PBT: 537
- IBT: 74
- IELTS (Academic): 6
- Cambridge FCE: B
- PTE Academic: 50
- BAU Global ‘English Language Proficiency Exam’: PASS
If the applicant’s English skills are not sufficient at the point of application, an English language preparatory course may be taken at the Berlin International University of Applied Sciences.
Berlin International University of Applied Sciences was founded as part of a growing international network of university campuses, offering students a cutting-edge, international study experience and an ideal preparation for careers in the increasingly globalized, modern business environment.
Berlin International is built on the experience of offering courses from six different study areas in Berlin as part of the BAU Global Network. Since 2012, we have offered courses in Berlin, built our modern campus and started to welcome students to our own study programs in 2014/15.