Integrated Masters

London College of Fashion has developed four new Integrated Masters Degree courses. These programmes enable students to undertake three years of undergraduate level study, followed by a fourth year of postgraduate level study, leading to a Masters qualification.

Integrated Masters programmes provide a depth of specialist knowledge at Masters level that is highly sought after by employers. Industry partners including Debenhams, The John Lewis Partnership, White Stuff, Whistles, Pentland and ASOS have expressed strong interest in the design and delivery of these programmes. These are the first Integrated Masters courses within University of the Arts London and they are not currently offered by any other institutions at either undergraduate or postgraduate level.

  1. Veronica Blageova

    A course for those with a practical and theoretical interest in the fast-evolving disciplines of fashion media and who wish to develop a voice in critical debates within fashion communication.

  2. This international fashion course equips students with the skills required to successfully manage global supply chains and production in the international fashion industry.

  3. This applied cosmetic science course gives you the skills and knowledge for a rewarding and successful specialist career in the cosmetic and toiletry industry.

  4. One Hundred Ways, Msc Strategic Fashion Marketing

    A course for those seeking a high-flying career in supply chain, merchandising, financial and people management in the constantly changing and challenging global fashion industry.

How do Integrated Masters work

Infographic explaining the different postgraduate courses we do - Undergraduate courses can lead to postgraduate courses, which take the form of shorter postgraduate certificates (15 weeks) or graduate diplomas (30 weeks). Both can be taken before or instead of a Masters. An integrated masters includes three years of BA and one year MA.

This explains how Integrated Masters integrates undergraduate and postgraduate study, concluding in a Masters qualification.