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This one-year top-up degree is for those who have completed two years of a fashion-related degree course or equivalent qualification, such as a specialist diploma, Foundation degree, or HND.
Experience an international perspective on how the fashion industry works, investigating areas such as fashion buying, brand marketing and promotion, lifestyle and trend prediction.You’ll have the opportunity to investigate areas of personal interest like ethical and sustainable fashion, or entrepreneurship and setting up your own business.
You’ll also gain an understanding of events, management processes, and methods of visual and verbal communication.
The course content has been created to suit those who wish to pursue a career path with either a creative or business focus.
- NTU has a rich heritage and is ranked 4th in the UK for Fashion and Textiles. (Guardian University League Tables 2018)
- Gain an understanding of events, management processes, and methods of visual and verbal communication.
- Work on a combination of creative and written projects. We’ll help you identify your strengths so you can tailor your work to your career aspirations.
- Investigate areas of personal interest, for example ethical and sustainable fashion, entrepreneurship or setting up your own business.
- Work on live projects and competitions in collaboration with brands such as Wedgewood, Next and Whistles.
- Go on optional international study visits such as Copenhagen Fashion Week.
- This course attracts students from around the world, offering you a dynamic experience reflective of the working environment.
- Benefit from the links we have with our sister course at the Hong Kong Design Institute, through teaching and learning experiences.
- 93% of students from this course are in employment or further study six months after graduating (DLHE 2016/17).
Careers and employability
This course has an excellent employment rate, with 93% of students in employment or further study six months after graduating (DLHE 2016/17).
Graduate roles include buying, merchandising, digital marketing, design, visual merchandising and account management. You may also wish to pursue further education or self-employment.
Recent graduate roles and destinations include:
- Acardia Group, fashion designer
- Next, trainee buyer
- Adidas, visual merchandiser, Amsterdam
- Calvin Klein, brand coordinator, Hong Kong
- Eland Fashion, assistant buyer, Hong Kong
- YM INC, ecommerce coordinator, Canada.
YouFirst – working with our Employability team
Studying a creative degree in a large university has many benefits, none more so than having access to a large employability team.
Our friendly, experienced careers consultants will work closely with you at every stage of your career planning, providing personal support and advice you won’t find in a book or on the internet. You can benefit from this at any time during your studies, and for up to three years after completing your course.
Connecting with industry
This course has developed strong collaborations with industry partners at local, national and international levels. Recent visitors have included:
- Carol Rose, an expert in sustainable fashion life cycle solutions
- Matthew Dixon, director of Hudson Walker International
- Food Futurologist Dr Morgaine Gaye
- Andrew and Iain Foxall from Foxall Studio
- Marketing Consultancy BDA London
- representatives from Wedgewood, Next, and Whistles
- visiting alumni who come to share their industry experience.
You’ll have the opportunity to work on live projects and competitions with brands and organisations within the fashion and related industries. This has recently included a fashion buying and range planning competition with Next, leading to a graduate intern position.