UAL (Public Relations BA)
LONDON MET (Fashion Marketing & Business Management BA)
WESTMINISTER (Fashion Marketing & Promotions BA)
BIRMINGHAM (Fashion Business & Promotions BA)
BATH (Fashion Marketing & Management BA)
BOURNEMOUTH (Fashion Branding & Communications BA)
LEEDS (Fashion Branding with Communications BA)
Inevitably you don't necessarily have to do that particular course to get into fashion management or relations (as I think you want to do), anything around that will be fine too but if I would choose I'd say have a look at the courses provided by UAL. I'm going to UCL this year for Media but I want to get into Marketing; I would of went to UAL if I didn't choose UCL so hope this helps
We have a Fashion Communication course here at Plymouth College of Art! You can read more about it here
From social media campaigns and fashion shoots through to discussions around how in-store experiences and disruptive technology are changing consumer behaviour – this course will place you at the forefront of fashion communication.
This creative and hands-on degree is for students who aspire to work in fashion imaging, styling, social media, branding or publishing. Our diverse programme allows for innovative experimentation in all areas of fashion communication and promotion, and produces individual graduates who are ready to commit to a wide range of roles in the global fashion, lifestyle and beauty industries.
Our energetic Fashion Communication course enables you to cultivate strong conceptual, visual and written communication skills. You’ll explore a broad range of techniques including photography and moving image, analytics and market research, art direction and styling, social media and advertising.
Best of luck with your decision!
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In fashion design, you’ll develop concepts, explore materials, design fabrics through to full fashion collections, and understand the manufacturing processes. You'll also gain all the skills needed to construct garments; pattern making, cutting, sewing, fabric printing, and craftsmanship; while discovering new technologies.
The fashion promotion and marketing pathway will make you consider the whole fashion market, analyse future trends, develop brands, learn the marketing mix, understand visual merchandising, create promotional materials, and plan and manage events, including fashion shows. You’ll learn graphic design, styling and photography and will have access to our fashion journalism expertise.
Throughout the course you’ll be nurtured, supported and developed by our expert team. They are on hand to guide you and help choose your preferred pathway. They have many years’ experience working and teaching in fashion, specialising in sustainability, garment construction, design, promotion and marketing.
This course is for those wanting to get an all-around understanding of the industry and gain the ability to work across the sector.
Let me know if you have any questions or if I can put you in touch with some of our current students