Fashion Design - BA (Hons) Degree
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- Student collections have won several awards
- Employment-focused course
- Purpose-built studios for fashion design and textile print
- Dedicated Flexible Learning Area, including fashion publications, future trend resources, Apple Macs and CAD for fashion
- Students show their final work at internal and external shows
Taught by industry practitioners, the course reflects current industry expectations and most graduates are employed in the fashion and creative sector. Excellent industry links provide work placements and competitions with high profile brands.
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Portfolio and interview.
Individual offer conditions will vary. Normally a relevant A Level or Level 3 Extended Diploma.
Industry experience may be taken into account.
Your portfolio should consist of no more than 40 pieces of work which should include sketchbooks, colour work, drawings and some evidence of written work. We would also like to see a selection of garments you have made
Cross-college entry guide
(including English requirements for international students) -
From the beginning of this course students experience workshop skills in illustration and design, pattern cutting, sewing and garment manufacture, printed textiles and work across a broad range of design modules that include live industry projects and a full collection.
2D and 3D practice focuses on creative pattern cutting, garment construction and tailoring, and printed textiles, with students becoming confident users of CAD for design development, portfolio and presentation.
Students have won prestigious prizes including the River Island Womenswear Award and the Zandra Rhodes Catwalk Textiles Award.
Excellent industry links provide work placements and competitions with high profile brands. Students were shortlisted in the Coach and Clarks International and recent briefs include Burberry and Topshop.
Industrial placements and employers include Vivienne Westwood, Peter Pilotto, Mary Katranzou, Religion Clothing,Victoria Beckham, Cos, Marks & Spencer, New Look, Next, Ong Oaj Pairam and Marchesa.
Students are assessed via observations, completion of practical / written assignments and online tests, which will be either internally or externally set. Presentations may also be used for assessing communication skills.
"As a Fashion Design graduate, I had the pleasure of presenting in front of the British Fashion Council and Creative Skillset panel, which included designers such as Nicole Farhi, Betty Jackson and Barbara Horspool.….”
Atosa Nikkah, Alumnus (www.mybubbaandme.com)
Video tour of our campus
- Fashion designer
- Freelance designer
- Fashion business owner
- Trend forecaster
- Design consultant
- Fashion illustrator
- Pattern cutter
- Saville Row tailor
- Fashion marketing
- Retail, merchandising and buying
Recent graduates have, for example, gained employment with Vetigraph CAD CAM Pattern Cutting, Blacks Performance Wear, ASOS White and Louis Vuitton. Some graduates are also working on Masters of Arts Fashion Collections.
Some of our past alumni stories
Paul Costelloe - Graduating student Kirsty Taylor was approached by Paul Costelloe after her graduate show in 2019 and secured a position with the womenswear design team.
London Fashion Week - Graduate Jonathan Miller was chosen to showcase his work at London Fashion Week.
Graduate Fashion Week prizes - On occasions when our students have participated in this prestigious event, prize-winners have included Rhea Fields who won the Best Womenswear award, Dominique Kral who won the Zandra Rhodes Textiles award, and Alex Hughes who won the Fashion Technology Award.
Stylist for Vogue - Graduate Vanessa Ofori-Boafu styled the models for a photo shoot with Kate Moss featured in Vogue magazine.
Students will need to purchase some fashion studio fabric - charged at cost price per meter.
Tuition fees, student loans, government funding and college bursaries
alumni Views Kirsty Taylor
“While studying at the MET, I learnt so much about myself and the methods in which I learn best. It was a really fun and creative course, being able to explore and really push your skill set through all design aspects. It taught me transferable skills such as organisation and time management.”