Enrol before July 2012 and you can still get funding!

If you are thinking about becoming an interior design student, I’m sure you’ll be aware that enrolment fees are going up in 2012, but what you might not know is that if you enrol and start a course with the National Design Academy before July 2012, the entire course will still be part funded by the government.  The NDA offers courses through online distance learning, and as you can choose your own start date you don’t need to wait until the fees increase at the start of the next academic year!

Fees will never be this low again, so if you are still undecided whether to take up the reins and become a student, now is a good time to give it some serious consideration.

The National Design Academy is holding its last open day for the year on Thursday 1st December, and going along is a great way to find out exactly what you can expect from studying at the UK’s leading distance learning Interior Design school.

During the open day you can learn about every single aspect of NDA’s qualifications; from Diploma level right through to BA (Hons). They also cover their new specialist courses in Heritage Interior Design, Retail Design and Design for Outdoor Living.

They will also talk you through the application process, explain the payments and grants procedure, look at the assessment programme, showcase previous students work and go through every other detail you need to know. Course tutors will be on hand to meet you and answer any questions or concerns you may have.

The open day starts at 9.45am until 1pm. For more information and to book a space visit: http://www.nda.ac.uk/opendays/

If you can’t make it on thursday the next open day will be on Saturday 28 January, and if you need more food for thought read these five reasons why you should study with the National Design Academy.

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