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BSc(Hons) Fashion (Production and Business) - Validated by the Open University

Course Code: C6017
Campus: Titanic Quarter
Week Commencing: 10 Sep 18
18/19 Academic Year End Date:
08 Jun 19

The fashion industry is a dynamic environment and requires graduates with knowledge and skills, which are relevant to contemporary needs and transferable to new opportunities.  The BSc (Hons) Fashion Management degree enables graduates to take up career opportunities in design, technical or business related roles within the fashion industry. On the three year course students study a range of units, which will allow them to combine their interest in making fashion products with an understanding of the commercial and management context. The units will include subjects such as pattern construction, garment technology, design, business, marketing and management. The course has been designed to include a variety of teaching and learning methods including lectures, workshops, case studies, field study visits, pitches to industry and self-directed study. Assessments take the format of projects and assignments, which are industry related, and often involve live briefs.

Entry Requirements

The admission process requires direct application to the College and is subject to the College’s admissions criteria. Please note the minimum tariff accepted for this course (subject to approval) is 100 tariff points. International students must have a sufficient command of English to meet the requirements of the programme in every respect and are normally required to have either a Grade C in GCSE English or equivalent or ELTS at 6 or TOEFL at 550+ (or 213 on the new computerised test). Applicants who wish to be considered on the basis of their experience must include details of this experience with their application form.


Tuition Fee


Fees relate to year 1 of a 3 year course.

All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.

Important Information

Successful graduates can follow career paths in the fashion design, clothing manufacturing, sourcing/buying or fashion retail sectors, or continue into postgraduate studies. The sector has a wide local and international base. The local sector includes smaller, indigenous companies as well as large internationally famous names.

Contact Information

Tel: 028 9026 5394 / 5033 or  email: [email protected]