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Established in 1991, Dublin Institute of Design, formerly known as The Dublin Institute of Interior Design, was founded in 1991.
The Institutes's Dublin city-centre campus is adjacent to Grafton St, and Stephens Green, and is located directly across from the National Library of Ireland.
Dublin Institute of Design runs full and part-time degree and higher education qualifications in Interior Design, Graphic Design, Web Design, Fashion Design and shorter accredited programmes in Computer Aided Design, Visual Merchandising, Fashion Design, Personal Image & Styling, Graphic Design, Web Design, Interior Design, App Design, Product Design, and Digital Photography.
Proof that the applicant has the required level of English (IELTS Level 6 for Degree entry, Level 5.5 for all other programmes).
CV detailing your academic/work history.
Certificate copies of your most recent educational qualification (second or third level), and a transcript of results for all subjects taken.
A copy of the picture page of your passport.
Should your course require a portfolio submission, the Admissions Team will advise you on this.