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Fashion and Textiles at NTU is internationally recognised for the quality of its creative, industry-ready graduates.
BA (Hons) Fashion Design will test, stretch and develop your creative skills in fashion drawing and illustration, design innovation, creative pattern cutting, garment manufacture, market awareness and the latest digital technologies.
Our expert staff have excellent links with industry across the globe, giving you unique opportunities to develop your professional skills by entering high profile competitions, working on live briefs and attending guest lectures from visiting professionals.
- NTU has a rich heritage and is ranked 4th in the UK for Fashion and Textiles. (Guardian University League Tables 2018)
- This course has an excellent graduate employment rate, with 100% of graduates in employment or further study within six months (DLHE survey 2016/17)
- We’re delighted that 96% of fashion design students would recommend studying at NTU. (National Student Survey 2018)
- Get involved with competitions and live projects with companies like Oasis, Boohoo, Mulberry, ASOS, River Island and Burberry.
- Benefit from guest lecturers such as Giles Deacon, Christopher Raeburn, and internationally renowned Japanese pattern cutting expert Shingo Sato.
- There is an opportunity to be nominated for the Sarabande Foundation: Lee Alexander McQueen scholarship.
- Go on optional international study trips to events like Paris Fashion Week.
- Opportunity to apply for an international exchange to one of our partner institutions, including the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and more.
- Showcase your final year work on the catwalk at our Degree Show, Nottingham, with the opportunity to be selected for Graduate Fashion Week, London.
Careers and employability
This course has an excellent graduate employment rate, with 100% of graduates in employment or further study within six months (DLHE survey 2016/17).
Our graduates go into a range of fashion-related roles across the world such as designers, product developers and buyers. Recent graduate destinations include:
- Abercrombie & Fitch
- Commes des Garçons
- River Island
- Tom Ford
- Victoria Beckham
- Vivienne Westwood
- Yohji Yamamoto.
2016 graduate, Anna Mancilla, made her mark at Lima Fashion Week in Peru, where she was awarded first runner-up in the 13th edition of the Young Creators to the World contest 2017.
Wilson Choi, who graduated in 2017, was announced the second runner-up of the Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest (YDC) 2017.