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With many opportunities out there for a fashion and clothing graduate, students from this Programme progress to prestigious universities nationwide, including London College of Fashion, UCA and Northumbria, as well as into exciting roles as textiles designers, buyers and more.

We have an ambitious and excellent progression rate into some of the very best higher education institutions, whatever you find yourself doing. Explore the arts and take the next step in your career with Hull College.

Whilst on the course you will cover research skills, design development, trend prediction, portfolio building, fashion illustration, pattern cutting, garment construction as well as being support with UCAS applications and interview techniques. Fashion is one of the largest and most exciting industries in the UK. Over 700,000 people are employed in the fashion and retail sector, making it the second biggest employer after the NHS. The industry has a wide offering of career pathways including design, textiles, social media, communications, marketing, brand management, retail management, photography and styling.

How is the course assessed?

Assessment based

Entry Requirements

Completion of Level 3 Subject Specialist Qualification
In addition: GCSE in an Art related subject preferred but not essential. Portfolio of Artwork required for Interview or evidence of pattern cutting and/or sewing skills

Start DateDurationDaysTimes    
6 September 20211 Year--   Enquire Apply now
Start Date6 September 2021
Duration1 Year
Price £5421
Exam Fee£0.00
Action Enquire Apply now