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MA Fashion Communication: Fashion Journalism at Central Saint Martins

The MA Fashion Communication: Fashion Journalism course at Central Saint Martins equips students with writing and editing skills they can apply to magazines, newspapers, blogs, websites and social media.

School: Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Course: MA Fashion Communication: Fashion Journalism
Location: London, UK
Course dates: starts January 2025, with a duration of one year full-time (45 weeks)
Application deadline: 25 October 2024

MA Fashion Communication is for dynamic students looking to thrive within the industry at the highest level. The course offers three pathways: Fashion Image, Fashion Journalism and Histories and Theories.

Fashion Journalism is aimed primarily at writers and editors. It offers the opportunity to focus on fashion writing for different media and markets. Students will explore writing for traditional magazines and newspapers, alongside digital publishing including newsletters, websites, e-commerce and social media.

MA Fashion Communication is designed to advance students' specialist skills. The course equips students with the skills needed for employment in the fashion communication industry at the highest level.

Strong emphasis is placed on personal and professional development. The curriculum is enhanced by the energy that derives from the fusing multiple pathways.

Students will interact with each other from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures. As part of this, students are expected to learn and problem-solve from their experience as well as their own.

Students will also be expected to build on their own relationships and networks external to the college with the wider industry, taking advantage of the resources within the Kings Cross Knowledge Quarter and those further afield.

Find out more about the course and apply ›

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