INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (HONOURS and 3RD YEAR)


Interior Architecture at UTS focuses on the complex relationships between people and space. In collaboration with architects, artists and creative directors, we explore a wide range of environments including urban, regional, commercial and residential interior design.We foster a creative and explorative attitude towards interior architecture, underpinned by a reflective and critical engagement and we cultivate a collaborative and global vision of design through a variety of interdisciplinary subjects, industry projects and international studios.Our three main thematic areas in teaching and research are centered around performative space, social justice, and the urban interior. These are reflected in studio topics and our selection of studio leaders, industry partners and international collaborations.




SCHOOL OF DESIGN




ANIMATION
(HONOURS and 3RD YEAR)


The Bachelor of Design in Animation gives students with a passion for visual arts, drawing and storytelling the knowledge and hands-on experience required to create animation work that stands out in a global industry. Graduates from this degree are image-makers, critical thinkers and storytellers in equal measure. They are equipped to be industry leaders with an ability to develop, pitch and defend ideas, creating original content for TV, film, advertising and other media. Students learn how to observe the world around them, drawing directly from life to gain inspiration for characters and stories. They discover how to think creatively and develop ideas through multiple stages, focusing on character development, narrative and performance. They also learn fundamental 2D and 3D animation skills to bring their stories to life.








VISUAL COMMUNICATION (HONOURS and 3RD YEAR)


In the Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication students learn how to create visual messages and experiences that communicate information and ideas across many media. Students experiment with both traditional and emerging design practices, and develop a visual language that allows them to work across digital, physical and analogue media. This visual language is broad, encompassing typography, interaction and image-making. This degree prepares students for the evolving nature of design by engaging with the social, technological and ecological context of design practice. Graduates are industry-ready, thanks to their ability to articulate design practices and process, the degree's internship program, and the curriculum's emphasis on real-world problem solving.








FASHION (HONOURS)


The Bachelor of Design in Fashion and Textiles is an internationally recognised degree that gives students the start they need to pursue careers across all facets of the international fashion industry. The degree provides the conceptual knowledge and garment-making skills required to transform creative vision into compelling fashion statements. While UTS recognises that a commercial framework is important, students are encouraged to become industry leaders through a focus on innovation, experimentation, individual expression and the future of fashion. They have full access to world-class textile and fashion workshops, working under the close supervision of expert staff. This experimental spirit is balanced by close industry ties. Students get the opportunity to work on real-world projects with brands such as Jets Swimwear, Think Positive, Australian Wool Innovation, Calcoup Knitwear and Swarovski.





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