Check out this article where I shared some of my thoughts on; How to Become an Interior Designer: Unlocking Your Creative Potential and Exploring the Advantages of the Profession.
Grays Studio offers valuable insights into the various pathways one can take to become an
interior designer. Pursuing a formal education in a relevant subject is a
popular route: "How can you become an Interior Designer? To become an
interior designer, it can be achieved through the following: University: You
could take a foundation degree, higher national diploma or degree in a relevant
subject like, interior design, art and design, interior architecture, spatial
design College: you could take a college course to get started, like, level 3
Diploma in Interior Design, level 3 diploma in Art and Design, A level in Art
and Design. Apprenticeship: for this, you could do a furniture design
technician advanced apprenticeship to get into Interior Design. To get an
apprenticeship, you’ll need to have 5 GCSEs at grades 9 to 4(A* to C), or
equivalent, including English and math, for an advanced apprenticeship. Work:
you could start as a design assistant in a design company and take further
training and qualifications on the job”- Grays studio.
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