Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia

Established in 1988, Whitehouse Institute of Design is considered to be one of Australia's leading privately owned design institutes. This reputation is underpinned by 30 years of learning culture supporting innovation and creativity built on high levels of academic discipline; encouraging conceptual development, research, experimentation and innovative design outcomes in a variety of studio and technical environments.

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Entry requirements for Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia

Entry into the Bachelor of Design is based on a combination of academic performance and creative potential. Academic results are to be submitted with the application. The Bachelor of Design can be undertaken in one of three specialisations - Fashion Design, Interior Design, or Creative Direction and Styling. All applicants are then required to present a creative portfolio in an interview (remote students may submit their creative portfolio via mail or digitally and then participate in a Skype interview). Entry into the Master of Design requires the completion of a Bachelor of Design or equivalent, or 5 years or more relevant industry experience. Entry to the Master of Design is considered through submitting a project proposal.

Transfering your previous study credits

Academic Credit (or Recognition of Prior Learning - RPL) is the process by which applicants can apply for academic credit for previous qualifications or industry experience recognised formally and mapped into the Bachelor of Design curriculum. In order to grant academic credit, the Academic Coordinator must review the unit descriptors and supporting evidence from previous qualifications or a written explanation of industry experience.

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