A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.
Those who decide to study service design often learn about logistics, psychology, organizational principles, and design theory. The eventual goal is to create services that satisfy consumers and improve the organization's efficiency.
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Develop your social design skills in order to improve the experience of the users of (semi-) public spaces and services! Postgraduates who have specialised in Interior & Service Design are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to design objects, furniture and spaces in order to support socially oriented design projects. [+]
Title of degree programme: Postgraduate of Interior & Service Design
Which location (address) the degree programme is offered at:
Street: Campus Lucas Faydherbe Zandpoortvest 16
Postcode/City: 2800 Mechelen - Belgium
English level B2
Students with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Design or Architecture from EEA member and non-EEA member states.
After the approval of the admissions committee, you will have an additional evaluation from the study counsellor based on Earlier Obtained Qualifications (EOQ) and a portfolio proving experience/expertise in designing spaces, objects, interiors, CAD, technical knowledge and drawing skills and visualization skills.... [-]
Unprecedented and exclusive course designed to offer the Design approach as a conceptual and practical response to the challenges and opportunities of an ever-changing future. The transdisciplinary thinking of Design allows for several professional paths. [+]
Unprecedented and exclusive course designed to offer the Design approach as a conceptual and practical response to the challenges and opportunities of an ever-changing future. The transdisciplinary thinking of Design allows for several professional paths.FOR WHOM?
For young people with transformative potential, who like challenges and bet on innovation. Creativity, together with knowledge and technique, define the profile of students, prepared to work in various areas, such as professionals or entrepreneurs.HOW IS IT?
Project culture, laboratories and practice maker are part of the training, aimed at practice. The course encourages students to investigate, design and prototype solutions to various contemporary problems, from products and services to cities.... [-]