If students successfully complete the 7 sections of the interior design diploma course, (shown below) with The Designers’ Studio, they will receive a graded Diploma. To qualify for a Designers’ Studio Diploma, students will need to complete the following courses:
Residential Level 1-3
Commercial Level 1
One programme course- SketchUp
An decorative course- Styling and Staging or Garden Design
Professional Portfolio (Final Course)
The internationally recognized Diploma is accredited by the KHDA (Knowledge and Human Development Authority). Certificate courses take four weeks to complete while Diploma courses can be completed within an academic year with course combining. However, the ethos of The Designers Studio is flexible adult education, therefore students can take up to 36 months to complete their studies on Diploma Programmes. By the time students receive their Diploma, they will be armed with an eye-catching portfolio and skills required to make them sought after candidates for internships and employment. The Designers’ Studio assists many students with opportunities though their industry contacts.
There is the additional option to achieve a UK accredited Level 2 Diploma in Creative Techniques- Interiors with qualification number 7157-13. The City and Guilds are the world leader in skills development and are recognised as the benchmark for high quality training that meet the needs of today’s workplace. Students will need to make their intent known 30 days after starting their first course and pay an additional 1500 AED on top of their fee to avail this option.
Distinction– Student has shown a consistently excellent standard of work across all areas of design.
Honours– Student has shown a consistently high standard of work across all areas of design.
High Merit – Student has shown a consistently good standard of work across all areas of design.
Merit – Student has shown a consistently good standard of work across all areas of design.
Pass – Student has shown a consistently adequate standard of work across all areas of design.