Applicants are normally required to have completed an undergraduate programme or first degree in a relevant subject (e.g. Fashion and Brand Promotion, Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism, Fashion Merchandising, Photography, Design) at First or Upper Second classification, or at the equivalent of a UK Grade Point Average of at least 60%. Exceptionally an applicant who did not meet the above academic requirements but who had considerable appropriate work experience could be considered. The application form must be accompanied by: Evidence of creative ability Study Plan
Months of entry
The course is predominantly theoretical, analytical and research based, allowing individuals from related disciplines who do not necessarily have appropriate practical skills, to study at postgraduate level within the fashion environment. Individual projects will address a range of student led interests, supported by theoretical underpinning. Case Studies will inform the background issues emerging in the industry, whilst also exemplifying key directions for future markets. Trend forecasting and application, brand management, consumer demographics and industry analysis all underpin and facilitate the development of campaign planning and management.
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Course contact details
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