Fashion Communication and Promotion pathway
- A First Class or Upper Second Class Honours degree from similar BA courses in Fashion Communication or alternatively from associated design courses such as Communication Design, Illustration, Photography and Fine Art.
Fashion Journalism pathway
- First Class or Upper Second Class Honours degree from similar BA courses in Fashion Journalism or Communication, but more typically from humanities subjects at university.
Fashion Critical Studies pathway
- First Class or Upper Second Class Honours degree from art and design BA courses or from disciplines such as history, literature, languages, art history, visual culture, film studies and media studies.
Months of entry
The MAFC course consists of three specific pathways. While each pathway has a distinct approach to Fashion Communication, cross pathway projects will connect subject specialists into vibrant groups creating challenging and industry relevant experiences.
There are key points in the year when MAFC students will interact with MA Fashion Design students and experience Fashion Communication in a live context. In January and February the build up to the MA Fashion Show at London Fashion Week will provide opportunities to participate in the production and organisation of a fashion show. In May MAFC students can work with BA Fashion students as they present their degree fashion show.
The MAFC course is framed in the highly creative Fashion Programme at Central Saint Martins, but also within an Art School philosophy where other creative disciplines such as Graphic Communication, Architecture, Textiles, Jewellery, Product Design and Fine Art offer debates, collaborations and new approaches to the subject.
The extensive global CSM networks offer contemporary fashion links, creative networks and live industry projects. Expertise from the UAL research staff, high-profile academics and industry professionals ensure a global and industry relevant perspective. The vibrant post-graduate community across UAL also offers exciting opportunities for subject discussion and collaboration.
Information for international students
The English language requirement for entry for this course is IELTS 7.0 with a minimum of 6.0 in any one paper, or equivalent.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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