This first year of this four-year course includes a preparatory year (Year 0) that will provide a focused introduction to Fashion Media & Promotion and, on successful completion, will secure you a place on the BA (Hons) Fashion Media & Promotion degree without further application or interview.
We welcome dynamic, bold thinkers committed to understanding the fast-paced, ever-changing fashion industry. Our Fashion Promotion & Imaging course combines essential practical and experiential skills to launch you into your creative career.
The syllabus reflects this vibrant sector through a selection of pathway choices, allowing the course to be tailored around your personal strengths and interests. It covers subject areas such as photography and styling, set building, filmmaking, branding and creative marketing.
You’ll learn about the practice of fashion promotion and image creation in a wider cultural context – the skills we teach are transferable and fit into many different areas of the industry.
Fashion Media & Promotion at our Rochester campus gives you the professional and intellectual versatility, contacts and know-how to succeed in the exciting multi-billion pound, global fashion promotion and media industries.
Our range of experienced and enthusiastic tutors and technicians – all of whom are active in the fashion and media industries – will provide you with a thorough understanding of how fashion works and how to promote concepts through all forms of media including fashion photography, fashion film, publications, digital marketing, public relations and social media.
Our fashion and textiles courses are ranked sixth in the UK by The Guardian University Guide 2018.
The broad course curriculum on our BA (Hons) Fashion Media & Promotion course will help you to develop a deep understanding of how fashion brands work, and how to promote them through all forms of media including photography, film making, online platforms, publications, digital marketing, public relations and social media.
Working with leading fashion media and retail companies on live projects is an essential element of the course, and you’ll also have the chance to join study visits to major international fashion capitals.
In the second year, you can start to map your own specialist pathway by going on a work placement, or taking the option of studying abroad at one of our overseas partner universities.
In your final year, you’ll tailor your projects to areas that interest you the most and best support your career aspirations. You’ll also get the opportunity to exhibit your final year work to dozens of potential employers at our London Degree Show and at Graduate Fashion Week.
By the end of the course, you’ll be a commercially aware, innovative storyteller with a confident knowledge of the fashion industry, a wealth of contacts and the professional skills required by today’s fashion promotion and media industries.