This course is ideal if you want to experience one of our renowned subjects for 14 weeks in London and:
you are 18+ and a student
you work, or aspire to work in a creative industry
you have an interest in fashion, art and design
you want to study and live in London for 14 weeks.
Applications for Autumn 2023 and Spring 2024 are now open.
Dates and fees
Duration: 14 weeks
Class hours: Min 120 hours / max 160 hours
Non-class hours: Min 120 hours / max 160 hours
Credit value: Min 12 credits / max 16 credits
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You will enrol on 3 mandatory units and then may select elective units, to total a maximum of 16 credits. A fashion and culture field trip to Paris is included.
Fashion History and Artefact (2 Credits) - Mandatory
British Cultural Studies (2 Credits) - Mandatory
Theoretical and Contemporary Fashion Studies (2 Credits) - Mandatory
Buying and Product Development (4 Credits)
Creative Visual Communication (3 Credits)
Fashion Entrepreneurship and Luxury Brand Management (3 Credits)
Fashion Public Relations (2 Credits)
Visual Merchandising (2 Credits)
Fashion Marketing in the UK (2 Credits)
Social Media and Online Communication (2 Credits)
Why choose London College of Fashion?
During this intensive 14-week course you will:
- experience studying Fashion Business here at London College of Fashion.
- learn from tutors who are practicing in industry; benefit from access to specialist facilities at one of UAL’s six Colleges.
- meet like-minded individuals from around the world.
- get involved in UAL life through social events and activities.
- All courses are assessed and you'll receive a record of study at the end of the programme if you wish to request credit from your home institution.
You should be proficient in written and spoken English and be able to participate in group discussions and make presentations. As a guideline we would expect you to have an English language level equivalent to IELTS score of 6.0 and at least 5.5 in each skill.
More information on English language requirements and equivalencies.
Students applying for this course are expected to have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or equivalent.