MQA/A7763 | KPT/R3/581/4/0012 (11/2027)

Intake: January / May / September
Duration: 2 years 4 months, Full-time

Course Fees:
RM 65,000 (International)


SPM / IGCSE / GCE O-Levels: 3 Credits; or
Senior Middle 3 (UEC): Grades BBB; or
International High School Equivalent

Pass Portfolio Review and Interview
conducted by Raffles Kuala Lumpur or
a PASS in Art in SPM or equivalent


IGCSE / GCE O-Levels: 3 Credits; or
International High School Equivalent

Pass Portfolio Review and Interview
conducted by Raffles Kuala Lumpur or
a PASS in Art in SPM or equivalent

Other Equivalent English Competency


The study of Interior Design encompasses the study of both architectural and design contained within a built environment while focusing on the human interface within a given space. This course provides intensive training for students to become professional interior designers. Emphasis is placed on space planning, creative problem-solving, communication skills and knowledge of building materials, construction, computer-aided drafting and the history of design.

  • Interior Design, Principles and Theory
  • Colour Studies
  • Drawing Skills 1
  • Architectural Drafting
  • Academic Reading and Writing
  • History of Architecture and Arts
  • Computer-Aided Design 1 (2D CAD)
  • Drawing Skills 2
  • Creativity and Concept Development
  • Materials and Finishes
  • Computer-Aided Design 2 (3D CAD)
  • Design Studio 1 (Residential)
  • Building Technology and Construction 1
  • Computer-Aided Design 3 (Computer Rendering)
  • Design Studio 2 (Office and Retail)
  • Building Technology and Construction 2
  • Lighting Design
  • Furniture History, Design and Application
  • Academic Research and Communication Skills
  • Design Studio 3 (Restaurant and Hospitality)
  • Portfolio
  • Design Practice 1
  • Design Practice 2
  • Internship
  • U1: Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 1 (International)
  • U1: Philosophy and Current Issues
  • U2: Bahasa Kebangsaan A (Malaysian without Credit in Bahasa Melayu)
  • U2: Entrepreneurship
  • U3: Moral Issues in Malaysian Society
  • U4: Co-curricular




Graduation Year: 2015 | Interior Design

Milad Mohammadipour completed his Interior Design Diploma at Raffles Kuala Lumpur in 2015 before pursuing his degree in Interior Architecture at Griffith College Dublin.

During his visit to Raffles Kuala Lumpur recently, he shared his experience as an interior design student at Raffles. He attributed his success to his time as a student at Raffles Kuala Lumpur where the subjects he learned built the foundation for his future studies and developing skills in his practice as an interior designer during his work in Dublin.

When you study Interior Design at Raffles Kuala Lumpur, you will be exposed to everything you need to know about the industry. Our industry-focused curriculum enhances students’ knowledge and skills by offering them real insights from real industry experts. Students discovered their individualistic voice and equipped themselves with professionalism and a creative vision to make an impact on the lives of the clients they work with.


As a graduate of this interior design course, you might find yourself working as a consultant designing interiors for a range of buildings and purposes:

  • Residential – houses and units
  • Offices
  • Hospitality venues such as hotels, resorts, bars, and restaurants
  • Exhibition spaces including museums and trade shows
  • Retail outlets
  • Public space
  • Commercial


Students who are enrolled in Raffles benefit from a quality education with a well-rounded hands-on experience relevant to the industry. This enables them to improve their career opportunities.

Studying in a multi-national environment enables our students to expand their personal network, be exposed to international perspectives, and greatly enhance career opportunities beyond their home country.

BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design (Top-Up) – Awarded by Coventry University, United Kingdom

The BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design course offer an opportunity to design for different uses and contexts in interior architecture and design.  The course covers a range of projects dealing with small to large spaces, anything from branding to workspaces, health and education, incorporating retail, commercial and domestic settings. Students will be able to draw from a wide source of projects in Asia, participate in competitions and collaborative projects and work in multidisciplinary teams. This will increase their global employability and prepare them to launch their own business.

Course Duration: 1 Year

Core Modules
Interior Design BA Final Major Project
Design Enquiry

Professional ID Studies 3
Elective (Choose 1)
Design Promotion
Global Experience in Art and Design
How to Set Up a Freelance Business

Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours) – Advanced standing entry to Year 2 of the degree at Raffles University.

Recognized by Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia (LAM), students pursuing the Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours) will learn about the working life of field professionals through simulated projects and assignments.

We produce graduates who are well respected and successful in their creative careers. All our students leave as young professionals, ready for industry and the workforce. You can expect a vibrant and dynamic nurturing learning experience that will see your transformation into a world-class professional.

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