Overview

Overview

Raffles Design Institute was established in Beach Road, Singapore in 1990. It is a private educational institution dedicated to the professional design disciplines of Fashion, Interior, Digital Media, 3D, Graphic, Jewellery and Visual Communication, besides offering Fashion Marketing and Management programs. The Institute offers the Masters of Design, Bachelor of Design and Enrichment courses, in addition to Industry Projects and Internships. The Institute also offers programs in English language from the elementary to the advanced levels.

Subjects you can study at Raffles Design Institute

  • Computer Science and IT Computer Science and IT
  • Creative Arts and Design Creative Arts and Design
  • Social Studies and Media Social Studies and Media
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LIVING COSTS

SG$8,238

AVERAGE PRIVATE RENT

SG$8,400

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

SG$28,000

POSTGRADUATE

SG$25,920

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The school is so elitist and the lecturers show favouritism towards students who are more wealthy. Stressful studying environment. Was so glad to graduate and move on to bigger things. Even the degree issued from Raffles College wasnt recognised in foreign countries. That was what some of my friends exp read full review

The school is so elitist and the lecturers show favouritism towards students who are more wealthy. Stressful studying environment. Was so glad to graduate and move on to bigger things. Even the degree issued from Raffles College wasnt recognised in foreign countries. That was what some of my friends experienced. Ridiculous. show less