The BA(Hons) Fashion Management and Communication course at Sheffield Hallam University offers students seminars and visits to fashion agencies to gain experience for various careers in fashion.
School: Department of Art and Design, Sheffield Hallam University
Course: BA(Hons) Fashion Management and Communication
Location: Sheffield, UK
Course dates: three-year course from September 2024 to May 2027, or four-year course with sandwich placement year from September 2024 to May 2028
Application deadline: 31 January 2024
The BA (Hons) Fashion Management and Communication course is taught by academics, practitioners and researchers who develop students' creativity and understanding of contemporary fashion issues.
The course is designed to provide students with a set of applied skills that will enable them to succeed in this highly competitive field.
The course is designed for people captivated by fashion and its connections to lifestyle and society.
Throughout all levels of the course, students have opportunities to visit fashion agencies and professional seminars that contribute to developing their understanding of the creative fashion sphere.
Community engagement is another key aspect of this course. Students will learn how fashion can be used as a tool for social change and empowerment within communities.
By actively engaging with different communities, they will develop a broader perspective on the role of fashion in society.
The course aims to promote a sense of awareness, preparing students for the future of the fashion industry by carefully curating the journey of fashion from concept to communication.
In today's fashion industry, it is crucial to prioritise diversity and awareness. This course is dedicated to supporting these important values by exploring various societal subjects such as sustainability, socio-cultural heritage, community engagement, and the positive representation of race, gender, and sexuality.
We offer curriculum-integrated employability at each level, with the option of a placement year that will support future employment or postgraduate study.
The course prides itself on providing applied and enhanced projects that provide students with hands-on experience in various aspects of fashion careers.
Through these projects, they not only gain practical skills but also develop a deeper understanding of different career paths within the industry. This exposure allows them to make informed decisions about their future career goals.
Top image: Dysphoria by Imogen Wilkinson, 2022.
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