Fashion

Overview

On this course you'll gain all the expertise you need to start to make your mark in this exciting industry. The course is divided into three parts: the exploratory stage is delivered by practical workshops and short intense projects; the pathway stage explores techniques in more depth; and the confirmatory stage examines a major project. You'll try your hand at a range of practical experience activities, which might see you generating ideas with real clients, or getting stuck into professional exhibitions and work sale processes for example.

The programme includes compulsory Skills for Life subjects English and mathematics, and we also nurture your work experience capabilities, ensuring you have the skills you need to be successful in your chosen specialist area.

Aims of the course

To provide a stimulating and supportive environment for you to explore, develop and test your creativity, enabling you to progress further, whether in education or working within the industry.

Unit Breakdown

Research methods

Ideas development

Materials and methods

Evaluation and reflection

Integrated design research ideas and methods

Preparation for progression

Project proposal and realisation

Assessment Method

Assessment throughout the course will be formative to support and encourage learning and provide an opportunity for feedback. Only the final unit will be graded, to allow students the best opportunity to achieve. The final unit requires you to research, organise, plan, produce and present a personal project, and your achievement in this final unit will determine the overall grade for the qualification.

Progression Opportunities

As a student on the course, you will receive invaluable progression advice, including expert assistance to produce a suitable portfolio of work. This can strengthen your job application when you apply for work in design studios, fashion manufacturing, tailoring, pattern making and commissioned work.

Career Options

Textile technologist, fashion designer, costume maker, fashion photographer, pattern cutter, textile designer, milliner, blender, fashion stylist, dress maker.

Entry Requirements

4 GCSEs A*-C / or 9-4 (in 2017 GCSEs)

Relevant Level 2 qualification with Merit or above

Relevant industry experience to Level 2 or above

Facilities

Based at our Southwark campus you will have access to a dedicated fashion base studio, facilities for screen-printing, industrial machines and dedicated Macs. We also encourage students to work across the disciplines with our Media and Art students to create exciting projects.

Process for Application

To apply please select your chosen start date and location below.


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Details

Venue Southwark
Day/Eve Day
Study Mode Part Time
Duration 1 year
Start Date 11/09/2017
End Date 06/07/2018

Fees and Finance

16-18 £0 p/ year
19-24 £5,421 p/ year
24+ £5,421 p/ year
International £9,000 p/ year

Funding

For up-to-date information about tuition fees, living costs and financial support, visit Fees and Finance.

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