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Major Guide: Interior Architecture

There is something to be said for actually going to places like Scandinavia where design innovations are created, generate a buzz, and then become reality. Working with trendsetters in the field and collaborating with passionate designers is a great way to open doors into the industry.

Studying interior design abroad can allow you to work right on the cutting edge of design — something you simply can’t do sitting at home. That said, there are many great design schools in cities across the globe perfect for those looking to take their interior design game to the next level.

Below, are recommended programs for Interior Architecture majors. These programs have been pre-approved and will allow you to take a full load of major courses.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Guide to Weimar

DIS Study Abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark

Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

Program Type: UT Affiliate

Program Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Program Features: Study-tour

Program Type: UT Exchange

Program Location: Helsinki, Finland

Program Features: Student clubs & organisations

Quick Look: Study in the heart of medieval Copenhagen, Denmark. You’ll be surrounded by history and tradition in this beautiful city, but the Danish capital is also on the forefront of sustainability, design, urban planning and architecture. Quick Look: Study in Scandinavia where design innovations are created, generate a buzz, and then become reality. Metropolia is ranked as one of the top universities in Finland.

*This is not an exhaustive list: additional UT Faculty-directed programs for architecture are offered every summer, but this list is not finalised until October.

Copenhagen, Denmark

DIS Study Abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark

Program Type: UT Affiliate

Program Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Program Feature: Study-tour

Quick Look: Engage in explorations of Scandinavian design philosophies, combining strong traditions with the contemporary energy of new-wave architects and designers.