BA (Hons) Fashion Design

BA (Hons) Fashion Design

Registration Number (Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance):251504

BA (Hons) Fashion Design is a dynamic year-long top-up degree programme based on project and studio work, with exceptional links to the fashion industry. It has an established international reputation for shaping creative, talented designers, capable of producing innovative, directional designs demanded by today’s fast-paced fashion world. 

Students are required to conduct research and to negotiate design briefs, which involve producing a collection or product range around a theme of their choice. This programme also involves an exciting and unique project which is shared between students in the UK and Hong Kong, known as Fashionmap. This project documents street fashion in both countries and allows students to produce a presentation in relation to future fashion trends.

Articulation from HKDI

  • Higher Diploma in Fashion Design
  • Higher Diploma in Fashion Design Menswear

More course details: www.shape.edu.hk

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Located within the heart of Nottingham, NTU is one of the largest universities in the UK with a thriving student population of over 25,000.

NTU's School of Art and Design makes a major contribution to the cultural life of the city and to art and design all over the world. NTU is one of the top three universities in England and Wales for graduate employability, with 97% of graduates finding relevant employment or further study within six months of finishing their course.

NTU is heavily involved in many national arts events and festivals, including Nottdance, the Now Festival, Showroom, GameCity, the Art Exchange, EXPO and the Live Art Archive. The university also collaborates with other arts providers, such as Nottingham Playhouse, Broadway Media Centre, the Nottingham Theatre Royal, the exciting new regional Nottingham Contemporary Art Centre, the Nottingham Castle Exhibition Centre, Lakeside Art Centre and our own Bonington Gallery.

 

 

*It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead