Campus : Southampton
Start dates: September, January.
On this professionally-focused course, students are encouraged to develop their talent and skills for a career in fashion promotion and communication. Students will get to grips with the dynamics of fashion practice and explore how fashion brands are promoted.
Degree studies are reinforced with a strong focus on work based learning. Students must complete a minimum of 100 hours of work based learning in their final year. For many students this is a gateway into graduate employment.
The course has good industry links. This has enabled previous students to gain work placements and work on live projects.
Here is some of the varied range of modules currently on offer:
- Design in Context
- Fashion Research
- IT and Design for Fashion Communication
- Fashion Industry: The Market
- Fashion Promotion and Presentation
- Concept Development
- Buying and Merchandising
- Fashion Media
- Public Relations
- Fashion Marketing and Brand Communication
- Fashion in Context
- Major Project: Research Proposal
- Fashion Promo & Comms: Major Project
- Work-Based Learning for Fashion and the Creative Industries
- Fashion Practice Dissertation
- Entrepreneurial Practice
- Creative Entrepreneurial Freelance Practice
- Creative Business Start-up
Level 3 or equivalent qualifications are desirable. European and other International qualifications are accepted.
Offers are not solely based on academic results: Your skills, achievements and life experience are also taken into consideration. If you do not have any previous qualifications please contact us and we will be happy to assist you with your application.
This Undergraduate course qualifies for funding from the Student Finance England You would normally apply for this funding at the time of your application and this will cover the cost of your tuition fees and in addition to this you may also be eligible for maintenance loan and other grants. For more information visit Financial Support