Bachelor Programs in Fashion

Compare 87 Bachelor Programs in Fashion


Are you looking to gain specialized skills to help you excel in your future career?  If so, then a bachelor’s degree might be for you. There are several different programs available to students across the globe. You can study a subject that interests you so you will have the skills needed to succeed in today’s competitive work environment. Most programs last three or four years.

What is a Bachelor in Fashion? This is a program for students that want to work in the thriving industry of fashion. Classes will provide you with a solid background to succeed in this exciting and competitive industry. You will learn about sewing, patterns, design, textiles, art history, costumes, and more. Some of these programs are available in the top fashion capitals of the world. During your studies, you will be surrounded by amazing culture that will inspire you to future success.

There are many benefits to receiving a Bachelor in Fashion. This industry has been described as cutthroat and competitive. If you have a degree, you will have an easier time getting a job and finding success. Also, you will have skills that are in demand by designers, magazines, and celebrities.

The cost of earning a degree in fashion varies depending on where you choose to study. Since there are different programs to choose from, it is a good idea to contact the admissions office about the price of school.

Once you graduate with a Bachelor in Fashion, you will be qualified to work in a variety of different capacities. Some people become illustrators, while others work in design. You can work in a freelance capacity or for a company. A lot of people become stylists and work with personal clients, including celebrities.

If you want to pursue this exciting course of study, then you should look for a program online that meets your needs. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Advanced Degree In Fashion Design

FDModa - LCI Barcelona
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The SUPREME TEACHINGS ARTISTIC DESIGN FASHION specializing in general aim of training qualified designers able to understand, define and optimize design products and services in different areas, master the scientific, technological and artistic knowledge and methods and procedures associated with them. [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. Language of instruction: Spanish Bachelor Degree in Fashion Design equivalent for all purposes to the University Degree. Official Title (Education Department Generalitat de Catalunya, 240 ECTS). The Higher Diploma in Design (Fashion specialty), official title in the European Higher Education Area, with the same range as the College Degree allows students and graduates mobility and academic and professional recognition valid throughout Europe. This title gives access to Master programs, both higher artistic education as official university, and doctoral studies. These studies have a duration of four years (240 ECTS credits). The curriculum includes courses in basic training, specialty compulsory, electives, internships and work study end. Barcelona LCI LCI is part of the Education Network, which offers students the opportunity to complete part of their studies in another campus thanks to LCI Education Study Abroad program. Also, students may apply for ERASMUS + program Exchanges with European universities and schools. Moreover, they may also, in addition to other financial aid own request to the School throughout their training scholarships and study grants general and mobility in the Ministry of Education through the Department d'Ensenyament such as Scholarships for academic excellence. GOALS Superior Artistic Design Degree specializing in Fashion The general goal of training qualified designers able to understand, define and optimize design products and services in different areas; mastery of scientific, technological and artistic knowledge and the methods and procedures associated with them; values ​​and generate artistic and cultural significance in response to social and technological changes that are occurring. The designer profile corresponds to a professional able to conceive, justify and document the creative process through mastery of the theoretical and practical principles of design and project methodology, capable of integrating various artistic languages, techniques and technologies materializing in the right messages, and artistic environments and culturally significant products. [-]

Bachelor in Fashion and Luxury Retail Management

The American Business School
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 France Paris

Choose a Bachelor’s degree program that will ensure your future success in the world of international fashion and luxury retail [+]

Choose a Bachelor’s degree program that will ensure your future success in the world of international fashion and luxury retail management. The American Business School Paris has developed a program specifically dedicated to international fashion and luxury retail management, fully taught in English and tailored to American academic standards. Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion and Luxury Retail Management The Degree A 3-year Bachelor’s Degree Program in Luxury and Retail Management The Bachelor’s degree in Fashion and Luxury Retail Management is a 3-year European Bachelor’s degree program developed at the request and with the input of major luxury goods and fashion companies. Why Study Fashion and Luxury in France? France, Global Fashion and Luxury Markets Luxury and Fashion sectors are booming; market studies and research predict current growth to continue for the next 20 years and France is by far the market leader with a 29% share in this €212 billion global market as recently as 2013. Therefore it is no surprise that French luxury and fashion companies are, and will continue to be, a major source for jobs in this field worldwide. A Highly International Approach to Prepare You for a Global Industry The Bachelor’s degree in Fashion and Luxury Retail Management is emblematic of our international focus with courses taught entirely in English and a cosmopolitan student body and faculty who offer an ideal multicultural environment in which to prepare for a career in the global industries of fashion and luxury. Study abroad opportunities also allow students to enhance and develop their international perspective. Develop Genuine Professional Skills and Expertise The curriculum is highly professionalized both in terms of course layout and its faculty (some courses are even taught by professionals in the fashion and luxury sectors). It also includes up to 14 months of internships and corporate placement during the 3-year the program, an invaluable learning tool. Please note that the school organizes internships and corporate placements in France. [-]

Bachelor of Design specialising in Fashion Design

Inscape Education Group
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 South Africa Cape Town Durban Midrand Pretoria + 3 more

Fashion Designers define individuals, communities, cultures and sub-cultures through the creative use of textiles. They understand current trends and the way people use clothing to express their humanity and individuality. Graduates can conceptualise design solutions, draft and manipulate patterns and construct garments for all types of people. [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. Fashion Designers define individuals, communities, cultures and sub-cultures through the creative use of textiles. They understand current trends and the way people use clothing to express their humanity and individuality. Graduates can conceptualise design solutions, draft and manipulate patterns and construct garments for all types of people. They digitally create fashion illustrations using computer-aided design. These designers often work in retail environments as fashion visual merchandisers, stylists, buyers, coordinators, planners and distributors; in the media as fashion illustrators, journalists, editors, photographers, trend forecasters, analysts and historians; or in design and product development as fashion designers, product planners, colourists, textile designers. Consumables cost 1st year (+-R1000) **estimates only Continuous project based assessment Digital and print portfolio submissions in 2nd and 3rd year Final years graduate in December Degree candidates can go on to apply for post graduate studies pending they meet the application and entrance requirements of the relevant Institution. Our programmes are quality assured and standardised across all Inscape campuses nationally. You can enrol for our Bachelor of Design programme at any campus to complete your 1st year. Students who are accepted into certain degree specialisation programmes might be required to complete their 2nd and 3rd year studies at another specialised Inscape campus. What is included in the course MacBook * optional Wacom tablet Software licenses (as per programme requirements) Prescribed textbooks 1st year preliminary art equipment Online library subscription Digital study guides and courseware Internet connectivity Excluded Monthly consumables Digital camera Course Information Year 1 FUNDAMENTAL DESIGN 1st year – DESIGN SKILLS Developing fundamental design skills to create design savvy critical thinkers. Developing foundational Drawing Skills, Basic Material and Manufacturing awareness, Digital Image Making, Communication, Software and Leadership skills to create well rounded designers fit for any design industry. Developing an awareness of the integrated nature of design, advancing the unique thinking of our students. Introducing an appreciation for Design History. Establishing fundamental building blocks for creative problem solving. Course Information Year 2 DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC 2nd year – DESIGN KNOWLEDGE An introduction to textiles and fabric making process lays the foundation for garment design, designing using multiple mediums and techniques. Understanding fashion trends and history creates a strong foundation for design application and knowledge. Applying theory to practice through an understanding of textile technology, history and production. Fashion systems such as the clothing production and processes as well as various clothing technologies used in the fashion industry assist in innovative and forward thinkers in today’s booming South African fashion industry. A basic working knowledge of pattern technology through practical application of pattern construction and application of different hand and machine sewing techniques is introduced. Advancing software skills and technical knowledge through an introduction to visual storytelling and fashion photography, fashion rendering in Photoshop and Fashion Design Flat drawings I and II in Illustrator. Developing an understanding of the Business of Design through the awareness of fashion merchandising covering topics such as fundamentals of fashion forecasting, visual merchandising principles, store layout and merchandise presentation, fashion buying, merchandise planning: through identification of customer needs, collection development pricing, sales and marketing strategies. Course Information Year 3 SPECIALISATION 3rd year – DESIGN STYLE Developing a signature fashion design style by understanding contextual Design focusing on user-centred design and designing for specific customers appropriately. Sustainable design focuses on the life cycle of a garment from fibre to end user in stores, fabrication, up-cycling, textile manipulation and technology in fashion. Sub-culture in design focuses on Looking at a specific sub-culture allocated groups. Developing advance knowledge and expert skills by exercising progressive and refined skills in textile technology, pattern technology and garment technology. Awareness of the latest design technologies and innovations through practice in software such as Illustrator and InDesign as well as After effects and Motion graphics. Developing an understanding of the guidelines and principles involved in running a design business. Promoting business vision, mission and values give graduates the confidence and ‘know-how’ to start their own design initiatives based on a foundational knowledge of strategic development, marketing strategies, importance of branding and managing finances. More about the bachelor of Design Degree (B.DES) This three-year full time qualification produces professional designers equipped for a rewarding career in design. Students qualifying can practise as junior designers or study towards an Honours Degree. As this qualification is universal, it applies to a variety of design disciplines, including fashion design, interior design, graphic design, multimedia design, jewellery design, industrial design, product design, spatial design, design research, design writing and design for the environment. Traditionally, the various fields within design and design education have been separated. Public and private Higher Education schools have offered all sorts of qualifications. Our Bachelor of Design qualification aligns industry standards and educates designers following common guidelines. It also implements the long-awaited minimum standards for designers of all disciplines. Design is globally recognised as a profession. Worldwide, designers are required to have at least a three-year qualification. Inscape offers the Bachelor of Design Degree with common competencies and specialisations through elective subjects. The first year of the Bachelor of Design provides a foundation in design thinking, constructs and visual communication, photography, material studies, image making and design history, communication studies, leadership and unique thinking and software includes basics in Adobe products. We love that our students learn alongside aspiring designers of other disciplines. This kind of exposure blows a student’s design perspective wide open and teaches relevance and appropriateness in terms of design solutions within the business world. At the end of the first year, students are required to select their chosen stream as a specialisation of their future career choice. Our students love the fact that they have a full year to become fully entrenched in the world of design. They attest to the fact that when they make their final decision regarding a chosen specialisation that they do so with confidence and fully informed. Second and third year are intense. Each specialisation stream is packed with knowledge and technical skill required of the respective discipline. Our students however, are well prepared in the first year and enter into the senior years equipped with the ability to think critically and apply themselves effectively. Our success rates are a testimony to the fact that our unique approach to teaching design, works. [-]

Bachelor Visual Merchandising

IFA Paris
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 France Paris

The IFA Paris Bachelor in Visual Merchandising is unique, this full-time program is organized over three academic years with a focus on acquiring the professional skills required by this fast-moving industry. Students are given flexibility in the second year when they decide to major in Marketing or Visual Merchandising. [+]

Visual Merchandising Joint Bachelor with Academia Italiana 1 Program, 2 Schools, 3 Campuses: Paris, Shanghai & Florence French and Italian Heritage: 1 year in Paris, 1 year in Florence, 1 year in Paris Bridging two continents: 1 year in Shanghai, 1 year in Florence, 1 year in Paris • COURSE INTAKE: September 2016 • TOTAL WORKLOAD: 4,556 hours • ECTS CREDITS: 180 • APPLICATION FEE: €150 • COURSE INTAKE: September 2016 • TUITION FEE: €9,400 in Paris & Florence, ¥70,000 in Shanghai • LIMITED TO: 25 students per class Have you ever passed by the window displays of Selfridges, Bloomingdales or Printemps and stopped on your track as you admired their design? At the opposite of the spectrum, have you ever wondered what is this instinct that urges you to push the opaque fiber glass doors of the Comme des Garcons flagship store in Rue du Faubourg St. Honore in Paris? Whether we are astounded by their complexity or our curiosity or intrigued by their apparent simplicity, stores that achieve to make customers « pop in » to take a look are the ones that have mastered the art of visual merchandising. Visual merchandising is a highly utilized platform applied by brands to promote a visual concept to its customers. Visual merchandisers are highly sought after, as they develop visual strategies and promote products, services in store and in catalogs, to excite and engage. This first point of contact is also known as silent selling. Too often reduced to window dressing, visual merchandising is a much more complex function of retail as it entails not only props or external decor in general but also interior architecture. The specific path that we follow within a store without even realizing it, the light intensity that varies according to the day or the impulse buying products strategically placed right next to the cashier are as many elements that participate to the achievement of the visual merchandiser’s ultimate goal: maximize the sales volume per available retailing square meter. As part of its philosophy to provide students that the most up to date and industry relevant academic programs, IFA Paris has crafted a unique Bachelor in Visual Merchandising in collaboration with its Florentine academic partner: Academia Italiana. Following the principle of campus rotations that IFA Paris has pioneered, students enrolled in the Bachelor in Visual Merchandising will have the possibility to follow their course in 3 locations: Shanghai, Florence and Paris. Being three important centers for the fashion industry those three cities will provide our students different but complementary perspectives that will allow them to think outside the box. [-]

Bachelor of Creative Industries

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 New Zealand Tauranga

Blending graphic design, visual art and fashion in an interdisciplinary setting, the Bachelor of Creative Industries is all about allowing you to learn the diverse range of skills required by creative industries. [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. Blending graphic design, visual art and fashion in an interdisciplinary setting, the Bachelor of Creative Industries is all about allowing you to learn the diverse range of skills required by creative industries. Taught in connected learning spaces supporting creativity and collaboration, you’ll learn by doing using unique learning tools and taught by some of New Zealand’s most talented artists, fashion designers and leading industry experts. Real-world outcomes ensure our graduates are what industry demands – people who are able to communicate and collaborate and to provide amazing possibilities across a wide range of creative industries. Key points: Collaborative creativity across graphic design, visual art and fashion Creative thinking and problem solving techniques Real world projects Business skills for creatives Practical skills in graphic design, visual art and fashion technologies Artistic authenticity, integrity and independence Content Details Available Majors Visual Art (VA) Explore a range of 2D technologies in painting, drawing, printmaking and process image. Experiment with 3D construction techniques and technologies utilising a range of media. Move onto digital technologies and installation practice to test unique exhibition presentation methods. Graphic Design (GD) Gain a solid foundation in design. Work collaboratively in teams to create client briefs and develop unique solutions to a range of real world problems including branding, illustration, packaging or photography. Advance your software skills and then extend them in the second and third year to encompass new fields such as digital illustration, moving image, animation and studio practice. Fashion Design (FD) Create, design, innovate. See your ideas come to fruition on the runway, in wardrobe and costume. Learn techniques associated with your designs. Dates/Times/Locations Three years of academic study; each year is 34 weeks with up to 20 direct teaching hours per week between 8:00am and 4:30pm. The other working weekdays you’ll be required to undertake self-directed study at Polytechnic. Indicative Fees Domestic students per year $6,208.00 International students per year $19,944.00 Qualifications Gained On successful completion of the programme you will receive: Bachelor of Creative Industries (Level 7) with the relevant major Entry Criteria To gain entry into this programme, you must meet the following criteria: A portfolio containing 10 pieces of work University Entrance or successful completion of the Certificate in Art and Design Level 4 Students are expected to have the literacy skills required to meet the academic needs of the degree. Evidence of this may be required. Portfolio BCI applicants are required to submit a portfolio when they apply for the programme. The portfolio will show applicants’ creative ideas, originality, curiosity and imagination, and how they can use this within creative visual work. Special Admission The Polytechnic will consider students for special admission who do not satisfy the standard academic entry requirements of a programme but who in the opinion of the Programme Co-ordinator are capable of achieving the programme outcomes. English Language Requirements International applicants for whom English is not their first language will be required to show evidence of language competency, issued within the last two years, before being eligible to enrol in any non-English programme. The level of competency required is outlined in Rule 18 and Appendix 2 of the NZQF Programme and Accreditation Rules 2013. And below under the title English Competency. English Competency Level 7 certificate, diploma, degree, post graduate certificate or diploma IELTS Academic score of 6 with no band score lower than 5.5 or completed NZ Certificate in English Language L4 with the Academic Endorsement or meets a relevant English Proficiency Outcome as outlined in Rule 18 and Appendix 2 of the NZQF Programme and Accreditation Rules 2013. For domestic applicants for whom English is not their first language, evidence of language competency may be required. Career Opportunities Gain employment in the creative industries as an individual practitioner, sole trader, contractor, or as an employee within the following industries: Visual Art - multimedia, painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation, exhibition, performance, design, arts manager, art dealing/hiring, arts consultancy, marketing, tourism, arts events and festivals Graphic Design - advertising, web design and development, traditional and digital illustration, publication design, photography, branding and identity work, marketing and promotions, packaging, film editing and post production Fashion and Textiles - designer, technical garment engineer, specialist sample machinist, pattern maker, production manager, product development manager, buyer, retail, wardrobe/ costume designer, stylist, merchandiser, textile artist and fashion illustrator Media - film, television, video, radio, theatre, internet, mobile and social media Potential Employers Design Firms Games Designers Fashion Houses Multi-media, TV / Film Post-graduate Study Publishers Self-employment Teaching – Primary or Secondary [-]

Bachelor of Design (Fashion)

Otago Polytechnic
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years February 2017 New Zealand Dunedin + 1 more

Become a skilled, industry-ready fashion professional with this internationally-recognised qualification. Employers love our fashion graduates because they’re innovative, hard-working, solution-focused and well-prepared for the realities of the fashion world. [+]

Immerse yourself in the world of fashion at Otago Polytechnic Become a skilled, industry-ready fashion professional with this internationally-recognised qualification. Employers love our fashion graduates because they’re innovative, hard-working, solution-focused and well-prepared for the realities of the fashion world. Many of our graduates have gone on to work for internationally-acclaimed designers such as NOM*D, or to create successful labels of their own such as Maaike and Twentysevennames. This leading fashion degree is recognised for its international opportunities, industry connections and the chance to truly develop your individual style and identity as a designer. Programme content is hands-on and is designed to reflect current industry practice, extend your market knowledge and explore enterprise opportunities, whilst also developing your advanced design and technical skills. Dunedin is a city that encourages innovation and creativity, and nurtures and supports business start-ups. Playing host to international fashion experiences such as iD Dunedin Fashion Week, the city is known for its unique and distinctive style – come and be part of it! International fee: NZD 22,550 (first year) Awards and Collaborations Otago Polytechnic's School of Design is frequently invited to collaborate on projects with industry. Students have the opportunity to gain practice in real industry settings and network with potential employers. In 2016, Bachelor of Design (Product) student, Jeremy Metherell, designed a hammock in his final year. After 12 prototypes, Jeremy perfected the design – his hammock is now being manufactured and sold by Cactus Outdoor equipment company. Otago Polytechnic students and graduates are often mentioned in the press for winning national and international awards and competitions. Bachelor of Design (Product) graduate, Adam Gorrie, combined his love of mountain biking with product design to create a car-mounted bike-rack / maintenance stand.  He gained distinction for his degree, and won Gold in the Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Design Awards. Design Communications students Charlotte Boyce, Gabrielle Devereux and Craig Quested won Silver in the Student Graphics section of the Best Design Awards for their ‘International Food Conference Newspaper’.  George Chalmers, also a Design Communications student, won Silver for his “Sugar Coated” newspaper in the same category.  While lecturer, Matt Galloway, won Silver for his “Blue Oyster Poster Series” in the Design Craft Category of the awards. 2016 was also a successful year for our Design Fashion students.  Ivy Jackson-May was chosen for the inaugural paid internship at WORLD fashion brand. Fashion graduate, Anna Ross has seen great success with her skincare and nail polish line, Kester Black.  She was named the 2016 Young Australian Businesswoman of the Year. Benefits of our fashion degree A boutique learning environment – small classes mean your lecturers know you by name and can support you to develop your own ‘design identity’ Studio-based learning with access to specialised equipment and spaces Exchange and study abroad opportunities in Europe and Asia Strong international fashion connections Individual, team and interdisciplinary learning opportunities Exhibitions and international competitions to showcase your creativity and talent Client projects, industry placements and internships which help you to become a work-ready graduate Access to support and business start-up advice through the Dunedin Fashion Incubator (Dfi) Attitudes required Creativity Interest in fashion Risk taker Hard worker Sewing skills not essential. Entry Requirements NCEA Level 3 Three subjects - at Level 3 or above, made up of: 14 credits each, in three approved subjects, and Literacy - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of: 5 credits in reading and 5 credits in writing, and Numeracy - 10 credits at Level 1 or above, made up of: specified achievement standards available through a range of subjects OR package of three numeracy unit standards (26623, 26626, 26627- all three required). If you do not hold the above qualifications , you must demonstrate equivalent qualifications/experience. Mature applicants with work and life experience are encouraged to apply. You must submit a portfolio and may have to undertake an interview. International students will be individually assessed to ensure they meet degree-level entry requirements. If English is not your first language , you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 6.0, with no less than 6.0 in writing and speaking, and no less than 5.5 in reading and listening.     Additional documentation You must also supply certified copies of proof of identity, proof of residency (where appropriate), your academic records and a curriculum vitae.  You will study Your work load There is an emphasis throughout the three-year programme on the development of independent learning skills. This is reflected in the decrease of directed hours over the three years with an expectation that by the end of year three, you will be an independent learner. You will work really hard, but you can also count on having heaps of fun along the way!  Hours are allocated as follows, based on a 32 week academic year:  Portfolio requirements Your portfolio should be a collection of your fashion ideas showing your interest in fashion. A visual diary is a direct line to your creative thinking. Within this, please show: fashion ideas 2D and 3D ideas and possibilities photos of real 3D objects (these can be ideas for fashion objects, both finished pieces and works in progress) images of your ideas for anything relating to the body - clothes, accessories, textiles, events, photography, ideas for communicating fashion critiques of contemporary and/or historical fashion ideas Portfolio format Your portfolio should be in a format appropriate to the to the work you are showing i.e. digital (CD or USB) or physical. As a guide, we expect at least 10 x A4 or A3 sheets. A clear binder is a good way to protect your work if your portfolio is not in a digital format. Please provide photographs of garments/samples in your portfolio rather than original pieces. PLUS we want to see a cover letter telling us why you want to study for a Bachelor of Design (Fashion). This letter should communicate your interest in this discipline and discuss what steps you have already taken to increase your chances of being accepted onto the programme. Please include a Curriculum Vitae and outline your career goals in this letter. Delivery of your portfolio 1. Upload it online via the online application form (please note that there is a 15MB file size limit), OR 2. Courier or hand deliver to: Attn: Student Administrator for Design Customer Services Otago Polytechnic F Block, Forth Street Dunedin 9016 If you are couriering or hand delivering, please enclose a self-addressed, postage-paid courier package in order for your work to be returned after consideration. We look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible. Selection process Eligible applicants will be selected using a range of identified criteria, most importantly on the potential shown in your portfolio for you to become a future fashion professional. You will be advised of your acceptance within two weeks of Otago Polytechnic receiving your portfolio. Should the number of applicants who meet the selection process requirements exceed the available places, the professional judgement of staff will be used to determine those given immediate entry and those placed on a waiting list. In some cases, selected applicants may be asked to attend an interview, where they will be invited to discuss their portfolio. Applicants who do not meet the acceptance criteria will be directed to a path of study to prepare them for application the following year. Provisional entry A school leaver or an adult applicant who does not meet all of the entry criteria may be given provisional entry to year 1 at the discretion of the Head of Department. Those who successfully complete and pass year 1 will be deemed to have met entry requirements and provisional status will be removed. The interview panel will consist of lecturers who teach on the programme, along with an academic leader from the department. Applicants will be selected on merit using professional judgement on the basis of their portfolio of work, evidence of creativity and ability to take a concept through to a model stage and demonstration of the ability to undertake design study at degree level. Successful applicants are all informed before the end of the year and are sent detailed information on enrolment procedures, loans, starting dates for the following year and any information that might be required to facilitate a smooth introduction to the programme. Additional costs A list of equipment, textbooks and resources which must be purchased for this programme are available from the School of Design. You will also be required to purchase fabrics and trims for design projects. Recognition of learning If you have extensive knowledge and skills due to practical experience in this area, enquire about our recognition of prior learning process at Capable NZ. You may have already gained credits towards this qualification. Disclaimer While every effort is made to ensure that this sheet is accurate, Otago Polytechnic reserves the right to amend, alter or withdraw any of the contained information. The fees shown in this document are indicative ONLY. Both domestic and international fees are subject to change and are dependent on the development and implementation of Government policies. Please note that additional fees may from time to time be required for external examination, NZQA fees and/or additional material fees. [-]

BA (Hons) Fashion Communication

Conde Nast College
Campus Full time 2 - 2 years October 2017 United Kingdom London

The two-year fast-track BA (Hons) Fashion Communication is a varied, industry-focused programme that introduces and explains the world of fashion and facilitates the development of vital transferable professional skills. It is a broad based course that examines a range of areas within fashion communication, from visual elements such as image making and graphic design, through to media and marketing and the approaches used to sell fashion in a competitive global market place. [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. The programme’s key aims are to: Introduce students to a broad range of areas within the fashion industry and facilitate their understanding of the key issues surrounding its advancement in the 21st Century Develop students’ communication skills across a variety of media, with an emphasis on creative outputs and visual messages Provide opportunities for students to develop key transferable skills in research and analysis, intellectual autonomy and creative thinking, collaboration, organisation, and enterprise Enable each student to determine their own personal and professional strengths through critical reflection, with a view to identifying and pursuing a suitable career path within fashion This intensive two-year degree offers a unique opportunity to learn about the fashion industry from within. The unparalleled industry links inform the curriculum and the project briefs students are set and supported by visiting lecturers and industry guests that are leaders in their fields. The programme also includes a ‘Collaborative Industry Project’ module, which will allow students to work on an industry brief set by a partner company. Previous industry project partners include: Vogue, Louis Vuitton, Jaeger, Modus PR, Fenwick and GQ. Previous speakers at the College include Victoria Beckham, Tommy Hilfiger, Alexandra Shulman, Suzy Menkes, Roland Mouret, Anya Hindmarch, Sarah Harris, Matthew Williamson, Henry Holland, Lulu Kennedy, Miles Aldridge, Lucinda Chambers, Kate Phelan, Caroline Issa, Yasmin Le Bon, Tamara Mellon, Bella Freud, Nicholas Coleridge, and many, many others. The BA (Hons) Fashion Communications degree is a fast-track two year programme, allowing students to gain an equivalent degree to one achieved in three years elsewhere. This is made possible by restructuring the academic year to provide an additional term each summer; fitting in the same number of teaching weeks as a conventional three-year programme, but ensuring the work-load in any term is no greater. In summary, a two-year degree offers: An intensive, fast track degree course offering as much academic content in two years as other institutions offer in three The opportunity to start working in the fashion industry one year earlier Full use of the whole year, including the long summer holiday period taken elsewhere, which is better preparation for the world of work A programme comprising of 360 credit units, just like other Bachelors degrees Four ten-week terms, with twelve weeks holiday Programme Structure Small The programme is purposefully broad, allowing students to explore a variety of areas within fashion before deciding on a clear area of focus for their final projects in the last two terms. Each year of study also includes an elective module, providing the opportunity to focus on a personal area of interest. The summer term at the end of the first year includes an industry placement, which can be organised by the student* to take place in any relevant area of fashion and in any location. In the ‘Fashion Futures’ module students will examine possible and expected developments in the fashion industry in relation to their own career development, creating a relevant portfolio intended to assist with securing employment in their chosen field. Careers support is a significant aspect of the college and the programme and students will continue to be supported after graduation. *The College will provide extensive support to assist with finding suitable work experience, however part of the module assessment is for students to search for and secure a suitable placement themselves. This is to facilitate learning and professional development and job seeking skills. Should they wish, international students can arrange a placement in their home country. [-]

Bachelor in Fashion Design

VIA University College
Campus Full time 7 semesters September 2017 Denmark Herning

The bachelor programme in Fashion Design is a 3½-year full-time programme taught in English structured as an AP degree and a BA top-up. The Fashion Design programme will qualify you to handle de¬sign processes and to choose your materials with confidence. You will learn to work with trend research and analysis to create innovative designs for the fashion industry. Of course, the pro-gramme will also equip you to... [+]

Bachelor in Fashion Design The bachelor programme in Fashion Design is a 3½-year full-time programme taught in English structured as an AP degree and a BA top-up. The Fashion Design programme will qualify you to handle de¬sign processes and to choose your materials with confidence. You will learn to work with trend research and analysis to create innovative designs for the fashion industry. Of course, the pro-gramme will also equip you to keep in mind the identity of the company you work for, helping you stay true to their vision. You will acquire competences in working creatively and visually with idea generation and in preparing graphical presentation material. All at a high level. You will also acquire competences in working towards a specific objective and in taking responsibility for in¬fluencing the design of the future. You will develop your own de¬sign identity. And you will get the skills necessary to handle new challenges so that you feel at home on the global fashion scene. The programme takes place at Campus Herning. Content and Structure During your studies you work on developing your personal image and mode of expression. Therefore, the programme has its main focus on idea generation and designing. On the AP degree programme, you will work within the settings of existing brands, whereas the top-up programme trains you to be original and path-breaking. You get to work with men’s wear, women’s wear, knitwear, prints etc. You get a profound knowledge of trends, sociology, idea generation and theory of science, which enables you to work with the design process in an experimenting and creative manner. Thus, you will be well placed to develop and present your own unique brand or mode of expression. The common projects of the course programme enhance your competences regarding interdisciplinary collaborations, and the compulsory placement period provides you with the chance to expand your network and CV. We strive to make sure all students form a clear and realistic picture of the fashion business, and create a strong network during their education. An important part of the programme is to comprehend the design process from the first sketches all the way through to production and to be able to collaborate with other professions to achieve an idea. The programme is organised so that you first do common core projects for all BA students and then put a profound focus on your chosen speciality. The scope of the common core projects is to give you a full insight into other areas of the design industry, and to help you develop your ability to co-operate. The purpose of both the elective course subjects and the general subjects of the speciality is to strengthen your qualifications within the area of fashion design. The objective is to help you develop your personal design image. Through the elective courses we offer compulsory study trips and the chance to improve your skills in your chosen subject. The placement period on the 3rd and 6th semester is a compulsory part of the programme, where you get a chance to test your skills in actual practice. Every semester is concluded with an oral or written examination and you finish your degree with a bachelor assignment Career Opportunities With a BA degree in Fashion Design, you have the chance to work as a fashion designer. As the education centres on the process of idea generation you have the skills to occupy a variety of jobs, for example as a teacher or graphic designer. Many of our former students even decide on being self-employed. The designer provides the settings for the collection’s image. The designer does a lot of research to find just the right sources of inspiration that fit the concept. Also, the designer makes many sketches to outline the flow of the collection. The theoretical knowledge which you acquired during your studies will be an advantage when it comes to managing a project in a design department. Admission Requirements VIA University College will accept applications from international students having a: General upper secondary education International or European Baccalaureate High school in the USA/Canada + at least one year at a university/college At least two years of relevant studies from universities in Africa, India, Pakistan and countries with a similar educational system Students who have completed the first year of a bachelor's degree can also apply, but will need individual as-sessment, depending on country of origin. All students are required to have obtained mathematics/economics corresponding to a Danish level C - and English corresponding to a Danish level B. In addition, you will have to make a admission assignment. The admission assignment for international students can be downloaded from our website from 1 February. Deadline and further details can be found in the assignment. Duration and Price Start date: September 2016 Duration: 3.5 years Price: 52.500 EUR (Applicable in full to non-EU citizens) Campus/Place: Herning [-]

Ba In Fashion And Textile Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Como
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Como

During the First Level Academic Diploma recognized by the Ministry of Education The course in Fashion & Textile Design arises purpose is to train new professionals, which on one hand have an adequate command of the methods and traditional art techniques, and on the other to acquire specific skills disciplinary professional and innovative in the use of the representation of artistic practices and tools with regard to communication, fashion design, product design, textile design. The disciplines proposed by the curriculum are designed to train professionals to be able to use its production capacity, relating specifically to all stages of the industrial production and marketing of the product. The course is developed through the relationship with companies and professionals of the Fashion System Comasco and international, through a partnership with the textile industry and local institutions. To make it even more important to the practical component of the course, a great contribution is the use of Factory dedicated to the creation and development of creative ideas within fashion. [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. THIS PROGRAM IS IN ITALIAN Taught And 'workshop of ideas, an open space just a few meters from Camerlata FNM and the Academy itself, "segment" of a prestigious company pool (textiles, etc.) between cutting edge technological equipment and facilities crafted - traditional. In this particular environment halfway between an industrial building and an artist's studio, you draw by hand, printing with plange (tampons and printing screens traditional), is woven, knitted working, you paint, is colored and He works, almost industrially, drawing on computer and reporting all digital processing of industrial machines for the optimization of the product. The tessuteca is the necessary "training" of exercise and consultation, provision of the student to complete and refine their study subjects, through the processing of both traditional and innovative materials. Here you can see different textile archives, color and magazines and printing proofs technique. [-]

Bachelor Footwear & Accessories Design

Polimoda, International Institute Fashion Design & Marketing
Campus Full time 4 years October 2017 Italy Florence

The course aims to produce designers in the footwear and accessories sector, one of the most important and internationally respected in Italian fashion culture. The rich experience of learning traditional craft skills are combined and strengthened with conceptual research and managerial competences that will form of a well defined professional, a strong creative, or an avant-garde identity. You will develop and... [+]

Bachelor Footwear & Accessories Design The course aims to produce designers in the footwear and accessories sector, one of the most important and internationally respected in Italian fashion culture. The rich experience of learning traditional craft skills are combined and strengthened with conceptual research and managerial competences that will form of a well defined professional, a strong creative, or an avant-garde identity. You will develop and strengthen your creative identity, become an authority in this specific sector and undertake creative, managerial and communication projects either individually or in a team. DESCRIPTION During the first year you will study pattern design and sewing techniques and create handmade shoes. Based on deconstruction/reconstruction you will design an experimental shoe and learn 3D sculpting techniques to design and create a form and prototypes. Graphic design classes, including academic studies of the body and of shoes and accessories are crucial to communicate and illustrate ideas. The second year concentrates on conceptualisation, research and skills. You will create collections after analysing, synthesising and interpreting different sources related to contemporary art, fashion and ethnic cultures. You are encouraged to study how history and culture evolve and can contribute to the future of shoe and accessory design in order to gain inspiration and create a distinctive and unique identity. You will learn 2D and 3D CAD and computer graphics, create lasts and forms, and further personalise your designs. With the skills acquired you will create and present a portfolio and a first collection of several shoes and accessories. The third year will enable you to develop your team skills and communicate in a professional way. You will work on interdisciplinary projects following a brief to produce collections in a professional environment in collaboration with manufacturers, fashion designers, artisans, marketing and communication managers. Essential issues of Collection Management will be applied such as Line Planning, Supply Chain, Production Standards, Budget Control, Pricing and Customer Relationships. Create, strategic and managerial skills will be practised through workshops and group sessions in which product development scenarios will be analysed and applied. The fourth year is dedicated to the design, management, the production and communication of the final collection, based on personalised research. You will be encouraged to seek the support of industry. You will present a portfolio and a final showcase. By the end of the course, you will be the distinctive author and art director of your own footwear and accessories collection. You will learn how to set up a Fashion Business, write a business plan, find partners, and relate to press and clients. During the course we will tutor participation at international fashion talent competitions. At the end of the four-year course you will be able to present your portfolio and thesis collection to professionals in the industry, talent scouts, buyers and the media – becoming a distinctive author capable of creating and realising a signature collection. An internship of 3 months in Italy or abroad (in accordance with Italian and International Law) will enable you to acquire experience in a working environment and give you the opportunity to put your skills into practice. You will have gained the knowledge and ability to start your own business and be ready to enter the workplace and embark on a brilliant professional career as a successful Footwear and Accessories Designer. [-]

Bachelor - Technology And Design Of Light Industry Products

International University Of Innovation Technologies
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Profiles - "Designing garments"; "Textile design". [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. Bachelor is the first stage of higher education, one of the modern trends of education, in which the University graduate, received the qualification (degree) Bachelor. Term development of the basic educational programs of higher professional education is 4 years. Modern clothing industry feels the need for highly qualified professionals capable of creative thinking, able to use the latest technology, modern materials. Objects of professional activity - Light industry enterprises any form of ownership - the sphere of business services and trade; - Fashion houses and studios: - research laboratories. One of the areas of activity of the Department and areas of research is the development of ethnic style in a modern suit and manufacture of collections of dance costumes of various nations. In this work, our students take an active part in various shows, exhibitions and conferences. Professional activities: technological design of garments, the organization of the production of clothing enterprises, research and development activities to create innovative technologies in the apparel industry. Our graduates have the knowledge systems of certification and quality control of products of light industry wide range, the market marketing of textiles, garments and knitwear, modern computer-aided design. Experts garment production along with technical expertise are creativity, allowing you to adapt to almost any field of activity. The ability to create your own unique style and realize their plans allows in any circumstances provide a field of activity and demand. Profiles: "Designing garments"; "Textile design". [-]


Campus Full time 3 - 4  September 2017 France Paris

On this course, students will create garment and accessory designs, devise ready-to-wear and “designer” collections, and present them at catwalk shows and show rooms, in front of professionals. [+]

On this course, students will create garment and accessory designs, devise ready-to-wear and “designer” collections, and present them at catwalk shows and show rooms, in front of professionals. Thanks to a teaching staff made up of recognised professionals in the fashion industry, and numerous partnerships with prestigious companies in fashion design, LISAA is widely renowned, notably by the Ministry of Culture and Communications. LISAA is also ranked as the fourth private fashion school preferred by professionals (L’Étudiant 2015). STATE-REGISTERED QUALIFICATION The Fashion Design and Pattern Making course takes place over three years after high school or over two years following a foundation course (MANAA) or an Introductory Course in Applied Arts. Graduates are awarded a qualification in Fashion Design and Pattern Making, listed on level 2 (FR), 6 (EU), NSF 242n of the French Register of Professional Certifications (RNCP), decree of 25th February 2016 published in the official journal of 17th March 2016. Students can join in at the beginning of every year (1st, 2nd or 3rd year). Advantages of the Course LISAA has a vast network of graduates and companies who have a role in advancing the careers of graduates A course open to all fields in fashion (fashion design, textile design, pattern making, marketing, business, communication), with links between different disciplines in order for students to understand the complementary nature of skills Classes in the studio, built around real projects: students create several collections covering the main sectors of the fashion industry Students are given a large amount of freedom in their choice of inspiration themes Work placement offers adapted to skills acquired Participation in competitions and national and international partnerships Careers Photo stylist Fashion PR Fashion creator Ready-to-wear designer Sewing room manager Accessory designer Pattern maker Collection manager Entry Requirements & Application Admission to LISAA Fashion Paris is subject to both the presentation of a portfolio of work and an oral interview. The objective of these conditions is not merely to assess the candidate’s level but also — and above all — to gauge his or her motivation and the potential of his or her academic profile to suit the specificities of the professions in fashion. Students can join in at the beginning of every year (1st, 2nd or 3rd year). [-]

The Degree Course In Design For Fashion With Okan University In Istanbul / Turkey

The Second University of Naples (SUN)
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Caserta Turkey Istanbul + 2 more

The Double Bachelor's Degree (undergraduate) in Fashion Design, designed jointly by the Second University of Naples (SUN) and Okan University Art, fashion and Fashion Design Department, is based on the sharing of a semester and allows students enrolled at two universities to attend the third year courses at the SUN and fourth year at the Okan University, Department of Fashion Design and obtain a dual degree Degree in "Design for Fashion" and "Fashion Design." [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. The Double Bachelor's Degree (undergraduate) in Fashion Design, designed jointly by the Second University of Naples (SUN) and Okan University Art, fashion and Fashion Design Department, is based on the sharing of a semester and allows students enrolled at two universities to attend the third year courses at the SUN and fourth year at the Okan University, Department of Fashion Design and obtain a dual degree Degree in "Design for Fashion" and "Fashion Design." The international route leading to double degree allows students to both countries to: either get the title of "Doctor" in Italy that the "Bachelor level degree" in Turkey; study in a cosmopolitan and multicultural environment; present on the international labor market, thus multiplying their employment opportunities in an increasingly globalized world. Correspondence between the educational systems of the two universities involved in this agreement The curricula of the respective courses offered at the two universities are integrated with the Bologna process, created to increase the common cohesion in the European Higher Education Area, the European university qualifications, Italian and Turkish higher education diplomas. Students will not only acquire the qualifications associated with higher education diplomas, but also develop the ability to plan international careers and develop international expertise in the field of fashion design areas. Class Italian study, "Design for Fashion" L-4 Industrial Design This degree offers students the basic theoretical knowledge and good command of general scientific methods and contents as well as specific professional knowledge in the field of fashion design. It requires 180 credits to be accumulated in three years. Graduates are awarded the title of doctor, which corresponds, in the whole area of ​​the Bologna process, and in English-speaking countries, that of "Bachelor's level degree." Turkish study class, "Fashion Design" This degree offers students the basic theoretical knowledge and good command of general scientific methods and contents as well as the acquisition of specific professional skills. It requires 60 credits of general education in the first year and 180 credits that are accumulated in three additional years. Graduates will be awarded the "Bachelor's level degree" (Bologna Process). EDUCATIONAL GOALS Higher education in both countries has been in recent years a profound restructuring process. The Fashion Design Department of the University Okan and the course of study in "Design for fashion" of the Second University of Naples, with the adoption of this common plan, aim to train young intellectuals maintaining a coherent educational approach with the reality of the world global changes and aware of the dynamic steps in the world of fashion with academic experience and personal skills that will build the competence to exit successfully. The main objective of the international route with Double Diploma is to integrate the diverse skills and nature of the Design studies courses for Fashion of the Second University of Naples and Fashion Design of Okan University. The course at Okan is characterized in its ability to breed young talent, while maintaining a coherent educational approach with the reality of global changing world and aware of the trends in the fashion industry by adopting academic and personal skills experiences that build a skills that allow them to enter with success in the business world. The course of the Second University is more interdisciplinary and oriented scientific experimentation with specific courses that describe the real challenges to the sustainability of applied innovation and green design. The purpose of the Double Degree is to offer students of the Second University of Naples an overview of existing deep interactions between Fashion and Society while helping students of Okan to understand the issues of research and innovation applied to the sector. In particular, the international route and trains professionals to be able to promote innovative processes in the changing, dynamic and evolving sector of the production of fashion companies systems. In particular, through the knowledge of the cultural and symbolic dimension of the fashion industry, they will know better express their skills on aspects of product design. In addition, the students of the international route will be able to express themselves both verbally and creatively with the original products. Students of international route, will be trained by academic staff and experts working with major fashion groups of both countries. RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS The dual-degree Degree in "Design for Fashion" and "Fashion Design", can be accessed by students enrolled in the academic reference, the third year of the degree course in Fashion Design, Department of Architecture and Industrial Design "Luigi Vanvitelli" of the second University of Naples, in compliance with the registration and examinations described in the first and second year of their study plan. Those who decide to sign up, may request to avail of scholarships annually allocated by SUN. Some of these scholarships are reserved for foreign students. HEADQUARTERS AND METHOD 'OF CONDUCT The structured mobility period is placed at the last year of their studies. Students of the third year of the Italian institution and those of the fourth year of the Turkish institution will attend an entire semester in the partner institution and a semester at their universities. Students may be required to be selected to the path of international studies must have acquired before the start of their last academic year, respectively, the 120 ECTS of the first two years of the course for those of SUN and 180 ECTS of the first three years of course for those of Okan. [-]

Bachelor in Lifestyle

Willem de Kooning Academy
Campus Full time September 2017 Netherlands Rotterdam

Lifestyle takes an important place in the commercial market of fashion and interior, but the market is far more diverse. Art and culture, nutrition and health, media and politics are part of it. [+]

Lifestyle is everything. It is a term of which the expression is not limited to specific products, but in which the context is key. Its expression is used to map individuals, a culture or a sub-culture in terms of style. Identity is therefore a key concept in the lifestyle major while the term ‘daily life’ is at its heart. What do you eat? What do you wear? How do you transport yourself? Defining ‘daily life’ is a methodology to develop ideas to expand your focus from your own ‘domestic domain’ to ‘worldwide communities’ and to analyse their characteristic codes. Lifestyle takes an important place in the commercial market of fashion and interior, but the market is far more diverse. Art and culture, nutrition and health, media and politics are part of it. The market is a meeting place for opportunities. This is the place where the lifestyler sets change in motion at both micro and macro levels, locally and globally. Important traits in this subject are curiosity, affinity with style, interest in recent history and antennas for Zeitgeist. You also need to be able to read and write and be willing to bury yourself into a subject in order to develop intuition. Only then will you hopefully attain the courage to position yourself as an expert and to advise to and about a market that has not yet reached the masses. The term ‘lifestyle’ has developed from a fashion related term into an active anthropological term, a medium which helps us define, create, communicate, influence and safeguard identity. The lifestyler’s profession is evolving and the lifestyler is expected to be adventurous, almost an activist, in a changing world full of challenges; a world in which the contemporary multi-disciplinary professional practice is not easy to define. Should the Erasmus Medical Centre develop a new diet in the future, the development team should include a lifestyler on top of a doctor, a nutritionist and a facility manager! Creating Pioneers Our successful Lifestyle alumni include: Dorian Jurne Blanke & Rose Schildwacht (Rossi & Blake); Bibi Middelburg (honourable mention TWOTY Upcoming Talent); and Paulien Routs (winner TWOTY Upcoming Talent and listed in the HOT100). PORTFOLIO CHECKLIST Are you … talented in visual arts? independent and responsible? dedicated and motivated? entrepreneurial? Then visit one of our Open Days or Open Evenings – and bring your portfolio! – and apply for admission. WHAT A selection of 10-15 works which were preceded by a creative process For example: designs, objects, photos, films, games, animations, fashion (accessories), furniture, models, drawings, posters, campaigns, paintings, usable artifacts and sculptures. You can publish and present all of this in a neat traditional portfolio folder, but you can also use different methods: 3D work can be brought in a (cardboard) box, digital work can be presented on a laptop or tablet. Please note: apart from these works, please show us some other things you created. Make a careful selection between the two. That way, we can assess to what extent you have an insight in your own qualities and your own work. [-]

Bachelor In Fashion Marketing

LCI Monterrey
Campus Full time 3 years May 2017 Mexico Monterrey

Fashion marketing is all the efforts being made to promote new trends around the world. This profession is the mirror of path through a design from [+]

Bachelors in Fashion. 9 tetramestres (3 years) The marketing of fashion represents all the efforts being made to promote new trends around the world. This profession is the mirror of path through a design from the moment of conception of the designers hand until it reaches the shops and finally consumers. LCI working to train a new type of professional in order to promote fashion in an environment of cultural diversity that will prepare them for the challenges of the international market. Curriculum Marketing I Textiles I Creativity and Innovation Fashion Illustration I Costume History I Drafting & Style Digital I Elements Communication Mix Fashion Concepts Accounting Principles Trend Analysis Contemporary Fashion Costs and Budgets Consumer Behavior Corporate Finance Management Sales Strategies Product Innovation Public Relations Planning and Production Advertising Fashion Buying Import Export Prérequis High school diploma or high school | School Sign (s) rentrée September | January | May [-]