Student enrolment fees are going up from July 2012 and they will never be as low as they are now, so if you are still deciding whether to do a course at NDA, this is a good time to come to our open day and find out exactly what you can expect from studying with us.
Our last open day for this year is on Thursday 1st December and there is still plenty of room for people to attend. During the day we will give you as much information as possible about every single aspect of NDA’s qualifications; from Diploma level right through to BA (Hons). We also cover new courses in Heritage Interior Design, Retail Design and Design for Outdoor Living.
We’ll talk you through the courses, 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 also be on hand to meet you and anwser any questions or concerns you may have.
The Open Day starts at 9.45am until 1pm.
We hope to see you there.
Here are five great reasons to study with NDA:
1. Low Fees
NDA is currently offering degree courses at less than 40% of the cost of a university degree which means a degree without debt. By enrolling now you will be eligible to pay low, funded fees to the end of your course.
2. Earn While you Learn
You can work at the same time as your course so you can support yourself and earn to pay your fees. A degree without debt is a novel concept but with the NDA you could achieve that!
3. Work when you choose
Choose a start date that works for you, then fit your study around your lifestyle. If you don’t like working in the morning – then don’t, you can study your course in the evenings if that suits you better.
4. Study where you like
If you have a laptop you can literally study anywhere you want to.
5. High quality
The NDA has over 23 years experience teaching interior design and design based subjects. Through its partnership with Staffordshire University NDA trains more Interior Design graduates than any other UK University.