Interior Design Schools - Career Outcomes
The Interior Design courses (including interior decoration specialisations) will develop your design awareness and bring out your own individual style. Our industry-approved courses will transform you into an effective and creative communicator, and teach you how to visualise and communicate concepts. The world of interior design/decoration includes colour, design, furniture construction, spatial planning, lighting, business and project management, furnishings and much more.
Interior Designers/Decorators work on private home renovations, residential and property development projects, showrooms, commercial fit-outs, art galleries and concept design for retail/resort/restaurant environments. As a graduate, you could work for yourself, in a consultancy, on a film set, or in an architectural or interior design firm alongside architects, builders and developers. At a more senior level, there’s a whole host of brilliant career opportunities ahead of you including:
- Residential Design and Decoration Consultant
- Commercial Interior Designer
- Resort or Hospitality Interior Designer
- Retail Display Designer
- Branded Environment Designer
- CADD Operator
- Industrial Design
- Self Employment
- Visual Merchandising
- Exhibition Design
- Architectural Illustration
- Design Editorial/Writing for Industry Publications
- Set Design and Construction
- Event Designer
After studying interior design many grads go on to set up their own businesses.
With a specialisation in interior decoration, you’ll develop the skills and know-how to work as a freelance designer or visual merchandiser in kitchen showrooms, furniture stores or as a colour consultant, amongst other things.