Lower second-class degree or above unless otherwise stated, or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University.
Months of entry
Fashion Design will extend your knowledge and understanding through individually negotiated projects, underpinned by research and creative practice. You will work across traditional and experimental boundaries, critically evaluating your working processes, methodologies and ideas. Core areas include research for fashion, sketchbook development, sustainable practice, construction techniques and materials, experimental practice, CAD skills and fashion portfolio skills.
Compulsory and Core modules: Professional and Academic Skills, Fashion Design 1 and 2, and Final Project
Optional modules: Sustainability, Creative Thinking & Problem Solving, Digital Cultures, Entrepreneurship, Experimental Publishing, Exploring the visual language of display, Global Marketing, Visual Culture.
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Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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