The courses include programmes at institutions in London, Plymouth and Bath in the UK as well as Chicago and New York in the US.
Studying fashion and textile design allows students to explore practical and theoretical skills relevant to the world of fashion.
Undergraduate courses teach the basics of fashion theory and hands-on methods of creating textiles and garments, as well as how to communicate them. Postgraduate courses provide the opportunity to specialise in specific materials, processes and consumer groups.
Short courses are open to those interested in honing their own skills, or as an introduction to the discipline.
Here are six fashion and textile courses on Dezeen Courses:
The Fashion Design BA (Hons) course at Bath Spa University in Bath, UK, aims to prepare students to enter the fashion world by providing them with theoretical, technical and design-focused skills.
The Fashion Communication BA (Hons) course at Plymouth College of Art in Plymouth, UK, aims to future-proof students for careers in fashion marketing, media and promotion.
The Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors BA (Hons) course at Bath Spa University in Bath, UK, aims to provide students with aesthetic and theoretical textile skills.
The Fashion Design and Sewing: Adult Continuing Education course at School of the Art Institute of Chicago teaches students the fundamentals of sewing through to creating hems and bodices.
The Master of Fine Arts in Textiles (MFA) course at Parsons School of Design in New York City aims to provide students with diverse creative skills needed in fashion design, textiles, interior design, fine arts, architecture and more.
The Design: Textiles MA course at Bath Spa University in Bath, UK, aims to develop student's creative design practice and explores research in knit print, fashion, interiors and textile design.
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