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Fashion: Design, Branding & Entrepreneurship

JCA | London Fashion Academy

UCAS Code: UG01 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


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80-120

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2022

The BA (Hons) Fashion: Design, Branding, and Entrepreneurship is a future-focused, design-led and highly practical course that has been carefully created to prepare ambitious students for entrepreneurial careers within the contemporary fashion industry.

Designed with enterprise creation as a central distinctive feature, students on the course will establish themselves as freelancers or micro-SME’s and will be encouraged to develop their commercial ambitions from the outset.
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Key to our approach is the delivery of practice-based education in which you will be professionally ‘incubated’ as an aspiring fashion entrepreneur and to develop your craft in our Mayfair professional studios.
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With a focus on contemporary and luxury fashion, this distinct and highly innovative programme takes a learner-centered approach that is grounded in professional design practice, delivered within a boutique specialist incubation environment to help you grow and succeed.
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Pioneering in its approach, the course seeks to prepare and transform motivated fashion students for entry into the global fashion industry as emerging, professional, designer-entrepreneurs.

Modules

Fashion in Context One
Fashion Fundamentals (Visual communication)
Fashion Materials and Technology
Fashion Design and Make
Fashion Communication & Brand Development
Creative Fashion Industries

Assessment methods

Assessment is 100% through coursework. You will receive feedback throughout each module and will be awarded a grade. Assessment is contextual and applied and is intended to follow your personal area of continuing practice and subject specialism.

Tuition fees

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England
£18,000
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Northern Ireland
£18,000
per year
Scotland
£18,000
per year
Wales
£18,000
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Mayfair Campus

Department:

Fashion Design

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