MA Fashion has an international profile second to none. With extensive industry links, its graduates practice at the forefront of fashion.
This postgraduate course is about leading not following. It offers four pathways: Womenswear, Menswear, Knitwear and Textiles for Fashion. Choose one of the pathways below to find out more. It is part of the Fashion programme.
Why choose this course at Central Saint Martins
- Engaged design – MA Fashion places emphasis on developing individual abilities and analytical skills within each specialist pathway. It promotes the idea that progressive design is not solely a creative endeavour. It must also engage with markets, the industry and society in general and therefore be the result of an informed point of view.
- Critical debate – You will be involved in debates generated by academics, professional speakers, projects and inter-pathway critiques.
- Pathway structure – MA Fashion allows you to study on one of four separate, but interrelated pathways: Womenswear, Menswear, Knitwear and Textiles for Fashion.
- Communication skills – The course focuses on presentation and communication alongside design-led skills. You will learn not only how to create the right product for market, but how to promote and articulate your ideas.