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Best Colleges Τo Study Interior Design In Canada

Interior design has become very popular as well as a good career choice that is there in the market. According to stats, it is reported that over CAD 5 billion increase will be seen by 2027 in the design market. Each year, the Canadian market’s requirement for interior designers is increasing by 2.4%. Below mentioned is a list of the best colleges to study interior design in Canada that might help you choose your college:

  1. Humber Institute
    Humber institute of technology and advanced learning is mostly referred to as Humber institute. The Humber institute is located around the banks of the famous River Humber in northwest Toronto. The campus has nearly 27,000 full-time students and also includes 6,000 students who are of other nationalities, and all of those represent about 135 countries. Most of the students come and attend the north campus. However, there is another campus which is called the Lakeshore campus. Here, the interior designing course is about eight semesters and focuses on creativity and pragmatic designs.

  2. Kwantlen Polytechnic University
    Kwantlen Polytechnic University, also referred to as KPU, operates on five different campuses in the greater Vancouver area, with about 20,000 students on average. Among the five different campuses is the KPU Surrey campus, the largest and the main campus. Here, the interior design course is a four-year baccalaureate program. The program offered at KPU is comprehensive, includes the foundation of theory, and pushes the students to be a part of different critical practices and research. The professional practice area here provides students with supplementing traditional interior designing instruction with leadership knowledge.

  3. Mount Royal University
    Mount Royal University is one of the most prestigious universities in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The university has been open for more than 100 years now. With years of experience, it has become an institute with high-tech facilities and environmentally friendly buildings and offers a very diverse education. Every year this university accepts around 15,000 into its courses. The interior designing course at Mount Royal University is considered one of the best. The course is four years long, costing an average of $6,600 yearly.

  4. Ryerson University
    Ryerson University is in Downtown Toronto and is one of the biggest public research universities, with about 45,000 students. The university has a four-year program and gives most of its focus to core streams which include fields like communication, design, dynamics, history of art and design, interior design, professional practice, and technology. The students that study at Ryerson seek balance in not just theoretical but also practical concepts that give the students the to learn and experiment more than usual. Graduates of Ryerson University are always well prepared for the transition into their interior designing careers.

  5. University of Manitoba
    The University of Manitoba was founded in Western Canada. The university is located in the provincial capital of Winnipeg, which is set alongside the banks of the Red River. The department of interior Design of the University of Manitoba is well known for establishing the first master interior design program in Canada. During the first two years of the course, the student must focus on the foundation courses like visual media, design studio, urban media, and other less-talked-about parts of interior designing. Students can choose from co-ops, student organizations, and travel opportunities within the discipline.

Reference link:
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