Just some of the global industry partners our students & alumni have had opportunities with:
The Bachelor of Design is a two-year degree, delivered over six trimesters undertaken at either of Whitehouse Institute’s Sydney or Melbourne campuses. Whitehouse is an industry leader with regard to the amount of face-to-face teaching and learning hours that you receive on campus during your two year Bachelor of Design degree with us.
We proudly deliver an exceptional 1,728* hours over two years and we encourage you to compare. You won't find another degree like it in Australia.
Students choose one of the three specialisations below in their Bachelor of Design:
Interior Design, or
Whitehouse has built its reputation for excellence through the success of its alumni and the Institute's global affiliations with the design industry.
WHITEHOUSE INSTITUTE OF DESIGN, AUSTRALIA
Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia is a leader in higher education for the design and creative industries. Whitehouse fosters a learning and teaching culture that values scholarship, critical reflection, diversity and equity.
Whitehouse nurtures creativity and advances innovation, sustainability, leadership and entrepreneurship, enabling students to develop design skills for continuous learning throughout their lives.
Whitehouse prepares graduates as designers of the future for careers in fashion, creative direction and styling, and interior design; and as creative practitioners, Whitehouse graduates employ cutting-edge technologies to further industry engagement, foster equitable business practices and grow the economy of the design industry.
Akira is currently mentoring our Bachelor of Design students in both Sydney and Melbourne by providing them with incredible one-to-one design consultations. Akira’s design expertise and wealth of knowledge in fashion business is an incredible education opportunity for any design student. Akira is one of Australia’s most iconic designers.
In a Whitehouse DesignTalks exclusive, Es Devlin joined Whitehouse Students Live from London to talk about her incredible design process. Her practice was the subject of the Netflix documentary series Abstract: The Art Of Design, and she has been named artistic director of the 2020 London Design Biennale.