English Plus Fashion (Year Round)
I have been here for around 2 months and I’m already very glad to learn more about fashion in such a prestigious University. Moreover, the way of teaching, the quality of my course and the broad approach of my teacher let me think that this is the best place to study fashion.
Hour per week
- 15 hours of General or Academic English at the Language Centre.
- 7 hours of fashion at London College of Fashion.
Level of English required: Pre-intermediate or above.
This course covers seven topics, giving you the opportunity to try a different aspect of fashion every four weeks. If you attend for the full 24 weeks you will have an overview of the industry and an idea of where you might excel if you are considering further study.
Most topics are design or business based, except for Simple Garment Making where you will be using industrial sewing machines. The tutors on this course all teach at London College of Fashion, and many of them are combining teaching with working in the fashion industry.
What is included?
- 15 hours of General or Academic English tuition per week, Monday to Friday
- seven hours of fashion studies over two days per week
- regular tutorials and reviews
- free Wi-Fi access across all UAL sites
- independent study facilities
- certificate of attendance from the Language Centre and London College of Fashion.
Are materials included?
Basic materials will be provided, students are expected to bring their own pencils, brushes, sketch book, scissors and craft knife, and a camera for recording three dimensional work and visual research.
How many students in a class?
For English language classes, the average number of students in a class is 10 students and the maximum is 14.
For fashion classes, the average is 12 students, and the maximum is 16.
What is the minimum age?
Do I need to have experience in the subject I want to study?
No, this course is designed as an introduction to fashion.
Level of English required?
For more information on English levels, see the Your Language Level page.
3 January or
30 January or
Fashion Trends and Design
27 February and
Fashion PR and Marketing
10 April and
Fashion Styling the Image
8 May and
Making a Simple Garment
5 June and
* Students must have an existing portfolio to work on during this module.
2017 Dates and Fees
These course can be booked between 4-24 weeks in 4-week blocks
(except for a 2-week block starting 27 March)
3 January | 30 January | 27 February | 27 March* | 10 April | 8 May | 5 June |
3 July | 31 July | 29 August | 25 September | 23 October | 20 November
*These course lengths are only possible if they include the two week block