Sydney Design School is the only school in Australia focusing exclusively on interior design and decoration. Learn from practising designers in our small boutique environment while you study part-time during the day or evening. Our nationally accredited courses ensure you are professionally qualified and our Career Coach will support you with job placement when you graduate. With VET FEE-HELP you can study now and pay later.
We offer a range of accredited courses and industry focused short courses in our January and July intakes.
Launch your career with our Certificate IV in Interior Decoration (MSF40113) and learn about aspects of residential interior design and decoration. You will develop the skills, techniques and creative ability to design and decorate inspiring residential interiors. Flexible study options available with day and evening courses running over 6 or 12 months.
The Diploma in Interior Design and Decoration (MSF50213) is the gateway to a career as an Interior Designer. Focusing on residential, retail, hospitality and office design you will develop the skills needed to work with a client brief and within project parameters. The course can be completed in one year and you will graduate with a professional portfolio of work ready to kick start your career.
The Advanced Diploma in Interior Design (MSF60113) takes you through a range of complex residential, institutional and commercial design projects. You will be introduced to design and project management to equip you with the commercial acumen to work in an Interior Design business, Architectural firm or start your own company.
Our industry specific short courses are ideal for those working in the Interior Design, Architecture or Construction industry. They are focused, highly practical and are delivered by practising professionals. Flexible night and day options are available for busy professionals.
“Sydney Design School was a great place to study. As well as learning how to be an interior designer, I found myself in a new community of creative people that I’m still part of.”