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Fashion (Art and Design) Level 3 Technical Diploma at Bexhill College

Course description

The Fashion Pathway within the Art & Design Technical Diploma is an opportunity for students who wish to study a broad based art course specialising in Fashion. It is equivalent to two A Levels. It is a practical course supported by written research into related historical and contemporary Art and Design movements and practice. It includes trips to local and national galleries as well as utilising opportunities to exhibit in prestigious Fashion Shows. Students will be supported to develop their professional skills in preparation for a career in the Fashion Industry. It is an ideal course for those aiming to progress onto Foundation/ HND or Degree level in a specialist area. 
 

Course content

Students study for a 12 unit qualification over two years. There are compulsory units which embrace transferable skills such as visual recording, contextual influences, materials techniques and processes, communicating ideas and concepts in Fashion, along with six specialist fashion projects exploring, fashion designing, up-cycling fashion products, fashion illustration and textiles design.
 

Entry requirements

At Least 4-5 GCSEs Graded 9-4 Or A*-C Including English At Grade C/4 Or Above And An Art Based Subject.

Assessment

All units comprise of taught and independently guided practical and written assignments which focus upon the different skills needed to develop work within specific practical areas. All 12 units must be completed to achieve the full qualification.
 

Financial information

You will be advised to have the necessary basic materials and equipment such as pencils, fabrics, sewing equipment, scissors, sketchbooks and a portfolio case. Other costs will be for some specialist materials for personal projects and trips such as visits to galleries and museums.
 

Future opportunities

The course will prepare you for further study at Foundation, HND/Degree level or fast track onto a degree in a specialist area. There are a wealth of diverse careers in the Creative Fashion Industries which include designing, merchandising, marketing, photography, and teaching. 

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 25 September 2017
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