With the explosion of new media over the last ten-years, the fashion industry has been democratised.
Opportunities in fashion are no longer primarily focused on the role of designer - the fashion industry requires quality content in the form of words and image.
This course is part of the Fashion Programme.
Great reasons to apply:
Choose from three pathways: Fashion Communication & Promotion, Fashion History and Theory, Fashion Journalism
You'll partake in collaborations with external professionals and sponsors including L'Oreal Professionel, Dazed & Confused, Diadora, Grazia, Pringle of Scotland, British Museum, Museum of London, Alix Partners, From Somewhere and the Victoria and Albert Museum
You can take the opportunity to interrupt your course after two years full time study to do a work placement and qualify additionally for the Diploma in Professional Studies
Take advantage of the course’s excellent relationship with the international fashion community, to experience placements drawn from a wide and distinguished range of sources
Our graduates work across a wide spectrum of careers in Fashion Communication, working as writers, journalists, editors, stylists, photographers, art directors, set-desginers, fashion show producers, illustrators, curators, archivists, researchers, and retailers.