Studying Interior Design Abroad

Earning Your Bachelor’s in Interior Design in Italy

Explore the space. It’s a great piece of advice not only for those interested in interior design, but for those seeking a college experience like no other. If you’re interested in earning your bachelor’s degree in Interior Design, Marist’s Florence, Italy program offers a high-quality education in the heart of one of the world’s most artistic, cultured, and trendsetting cities.

Earning your bachelor’s in Interior Design in Italy begins with a curriculum that is both challenging and rewarding. Through Marist’s four-year study abroad degree program, students are taught the principles and skills necessary to succeed in the world of interior design. The faculty of the Florence, Italy Interior Design program focuses on helping each student develop their creativity with a deep understanding of visual, technical, and architectural design fundamentals. Courses such as History of Architecture, Lighting and Furniture Design, and Visual Design Theory are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to expanding your design capabilities.

On top of the expansive and well-rounded curriculum, studying Interior Design abroad means learning at the hands of a world-class faculty. Marist’s partnership with the Istituto Lorenzo de’Medici (LdM) gives all of our students full access to professors from across the world. This gives students the opportunity to learn not only the principles of interior design, but exposes them to unique and different perspectives. Our passionate staff is comprised of professionals in the industry, including architects and designers. And lest you be concerned about a language barrier, all of our classes are taught in English.

Lastly, no discussion about studying Interior Design abroad can be complete without mentioning the star of the show: Florence, Italy. Rich in history with a vibrant art culture, there’s simply no place like it on Earth. For an Interior Design student seeking inspiration, what could be better than taking a simple walk down the street and experiencing centuries-old architecture? Maybe a trip to one of the local museums where you can experience first hand the works of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli, and so many more. As you hone your craft and learn how to work through all phases of interior design, you will do so surrounded by the Italian Renaissance. How many Interior Design majors can say that?

If you’re interested in an experience that will enrich both your life and career, Marist’s bachelor’s degree in Interior Design based at the LdM is for you. Contact us today to take advantage of this opportunity and our world-class facility by speaking with or emailing a Marist admission advisor today.