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BA (Hons) Fashion
Arts University Bournemouth, UK


This dynamic course gives you the skills needed for a career in the fast moving world of 21st century fashion. Fashion at AUB responds quickly to changing demands and opportunities, we have a reputation for producing ‘industry ready’ graduates
http://aub.ac.uk/courses/ba/ba-fashion/

 
BA (Hons) Textiles
Arts University Bournemouth, UK


The syllabus is a broad reaching creative study of the discipline and its applications including: surface print, stitch embellishment, dyeing and mixed media construction. You’ll have the chance to focus on a variety of specialist areas, including textiles for fashion, textiles for interiors and textiles as design/crafts.
http://aub.ac.uk/courses/ba/ba-textiles/

 
BA (Hons) Textiles for Fashion
Basingstoke College of Technology, UK


If you are an independent and forward thinking student who wishes to bring innovation and flair to the fashion industry, this course is for you. Explore new and exciting ways of working with knitted, woven and printed textiles using traditional techniques which can be incorporated into contemporary fashion designs. You will develop personal skills and the confidence to design and create your own fabrics and garments through which to express your individuality and innovation.
http://courses.bcot.ac.uk/ExternalPages/CourseSheet.aspx?PROGRAMMECODE=FF15

 
BA (Hons) Fashion Design
Bath Spa University, UK


The BA (Hons) Fashion Design course at Bath Spa University has developed a reputation for producing individual and creative designers with a strong skill set, capable of working at all levels of the market. The course offers a comprehensive design education at degree level for dedicated and ambitious individuals looking for a specialist career within the fashion industry.
https://www.bathspa.ac.uk/schools/art-and-design/courses/undergraduate/Fashion-Design
 
 
BA (Hons) Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors
Bath Spa University, UK


The course allows you to develop as an individual. We are interested in all students developing their own interests for a career either as a designer, maker or textile artist.
https://www.bathspa.ac.uk/schools/art-and-design/courses/undergraduate/textile-design-for-fashion-and-interiors
 

BA (Hons) Textile Design – Constructed Textiles
Birmingham City University, UK


This pathway is ideal if you enjoy materiality and construction.  You gain experience of a wide variety of looms, knit machines and carpet technologies. Working with a range of yarns and fibres and using both hand and digital technologies, you are able to explore geometric and image based design outcomes finding your own balance between creativity and commerciality.
http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/textile-design-ba
 

BA (Hons) Fashion Design with Garment Technology
Birmingham City University, UK


Reflecting contemporary practice in the fashion industry, the course helps you to acquire a thoroughly professional, enquiring attitude. It gives you the space, skills and encouragement to develop your individuality and creative confidence in this demanding field.
http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/fashion-design-with-garment-technology
 

BA (Hons) Fashion Design
Birmingham City University, UK


Reflecting contemporary practice in the fashion industry, the course helps you to acquire a thoroughly professional, enquiring attitude. It gives you the space, skills and encouragement to develop your individuality and creative confidence in this demanding field.
http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/fashion-design
 
 
BA (Hons) Fashion
Bristol University, UK


Our course will help you develop the key skills and professional attitude needed for a successful career in fashion. It will nurture your creativity and help you re-think what 'fashion' means today. You will gain a unique insight into all areas of the industry from the development of textiles to the design and manufacture of fashion collections to the production of images and publications.
http://courses.uwe.ac.uk/W230/
 

BA (Hons) Textiles and Surface Design
Buckinghamshire New University, High Wycombe


Textiles and Surface Design at Bucks is a multi award-winning course widely recognised in industry for producing innovative and highly skilled designers. The course reputation has evolved over 21 years and with over 1,000 textiles and surface design graduates we have established a comprehensive and diverse course alumni and industry network.
https://bucks.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/BV1TSD1/
 

BA (Hons) Textiles
Cardiff School of Art & Design


With core subjects of drawing, colour workshops, traditional studio design techniques and high-end CAD/CAM technologies, understanding materials and digital media will lay the foundations for specialisations in both hand-based and digital applications. Added to these, an integral part of your experience will be gaining commercial and industrial awareness, as w​ell as an understanding of business practice. You will learn about the prediction of trends and, from this, shape your own practices, enabling you to be in advance of trends, rather than simply responding to them. Our emphasis is on developing your individual and creative flair alongside a working understanding of the commercial and professional textiles industry.
http://cardiff-school-of-art-and-design.org/batextiles/
 

BA (Hons) Textile Design
Chelsea College of Arts


BA Textile Design at Chelsea College of Arts encourages students to take an experimental and creative approach to textile design, bringing together ideas and conceptual development within our textiles workshops and studios. Course projects will explore the application of textiles within fashion, interior and exterior design.
http://www.arts.ac.uk/chelsea/courses/undergraduate/ba-textile-design/
 
 
BA (Hons) Textiles & Surface Design
Cleveland College of Art & Design


This exciting, innovative and vibrant degree offers exceptional studios, workshops and resources, including your very own individual studio bay, all of which are generous in size to allow you to surround yourself with inspiration all week long.
http://hartlepool.ccad.ac.uk/TEXTILES-SURFACE-DESIGN
 

BA (Hons) Fashion & Textiles
Colchester Institute


The course will introduce you to the importance of research and the design process, along with the practical disciplines of pattern making, construction skills and textile processes including traditional print methods and digital techniques.
https://www.colchester.ac.uk/course/ba-hons-in-fashion-and-textiles/
 

BA (Hons) Textiles (Knit, Weave and Mixed Media)
Coleg Sir Gar , UK


The course is a dynamic, challenging and creative course run by tutors who are recognised specialists in their field. The course content has been devised in response to contemporary textiles and mixed media practice within an ever-evolving cultural and industrial landscape. 
http://www.colegsirgar.ac.uk/en/courses-at-coleg-sir-gar/art-and-design/9-ba-hons-textiles-knit-weave-and-mixe

 
BA (Hons) Textile Design
De Montfort University


Textile Design at DMU encourages your creativity and helps you to find a personal design direction, and you have the opportunity to put those skills into action in live commercial projects and work placements.
http://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/courses/undergraduate-courses/textile-design-ba-degree/textile-design-ba.aspx
 
 
BA (Hons) Textile Design
Falmouth University


Falmouth's Textile Design course is focused on developing your individual creative voice and design aesthetic. We employ both traditional and digital processes to enable innovation in material investigations and the development of creative design solutions.
http://www.falmouth.ac.uk/textiledesign
 

BA (Hons) Textile Design
Glasgow School of Art


The programme aims to create highly specialized subject experts in an ‘expert amongst experts’ environment which values the interactive, synergetic and ever evolving nature of Textile Design
http://www.gsa.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-degrees/textile-design/
 

BA (Hons) Textile Design
Hereford College of Arts


Textile Design covers a broad range of design disciplines under the heading of ‘textiles’. We are principally focused upon the creative application of design to a wide range of surfaces for Fashion and interiors. We see ‘textile’ as more than cloth; it can be paper, plastic, wood, metal and these surface designs can form a part of many different aspects of people’s lives, be they Fashion, interior or exterior application. We encourage exploration and experimentation, combining techniques and materials to create innovative design developed from drawing.
http://www.hca.ac.uk/Courses/University-Level/BA-(Hons)/Textile-Design
 

BA (Hons) Design for Textiles (Fashion, Interior, Art)
Herriot Watt University


This programme is highly creative and designed to balance practice-based exploration with appropriate theory and fabric design methodology with fabric production techniques. It also aims to encourage independent learning in a professional, creative manner. The programme has elected pathways in printed and constructed textiles (woven and knitted textiles, with an option in Level 3 for fashion knit).
http://www.undergraduate.hw.ac.uk/programmes/W232/
 
 
BA (Hons) Fashion
Heriot Watt University


The Fashion programme explores the creative process of fashion design from initial research through to collection creation and production. This pathway explores the range of market sectors from fast fashion through the high street to ready to wear both within the UK and relevant to a global context. Applicants will develop a personal fashion handwriting and a broad understanding of the worldwide fashion industry.
http://www.undergraduate.hw.ac.uk/programmes/W230/
 

BA (Hons) Fashion Womenswear
Heriot Watt University


The Fashion programme explores the creative process of fashion design from initial research through to collection creation and production. This pathway explores the range of market sectors from fast fashion through the high street to ready to wear both within the UK and relevant to a global context.
http://www.undergraduate.hw.ac.uk/programmes/W233/
 

BA (Hons) Fashion Menswear
Heriot Watt University


The Fashion programme explores the creative process of fashion design from initial research through to collection creation and production. This pathway explores the range of market sectors from fast fashion through the high street to ready to wear both within the UK and relevant to a global context.
http://www.undergraduate.hw.ac.uk/programmes/W234/
 

BSc (Hons) Fashion Technology
Heriot Watt University


The programme combines a wide range of clothing and fashion-related studies, skills and practice to ensure the success and commerciality of products. The strong vocational focus provides a balance of creativity and product development knowledge through technology, production management and marketing. This provides the fundamental basis for a wide range of careers within the clothing and fashion industry.
http://www.undergraduate.hw.ac.uk/programmes/JW42/

 
BA (Hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design
Leeds College of Art


This programme has an outstanding global reputation. We look for talented, hard-working people who will develop their own ‘handwriting’, both anticipating and setting future trends. In exchange we offer comprehensive tuition, experiences and opportunities.
http://www.leeds-art.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-programmes/ba-(hons)-printed-textiles-surface-pattern-design/
 

BA (Hons) Fashion
Leeds College of Art


The Fashion Communication pathway explores the synthesis between traditional skills and new media solutions, encouraging the generation of innovative fashion outcomes that not only respond to market-led trends, but also have the capacity to inform the wider fashion communication environment.
http://www.leeds-art.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-programmes/ba-(hons)-fashion/
 

BA (Hons) Fashion
Leeds Beckett University


We have created this course to prepare you for an exciting career as a specialist in fashion design. Fashion is one of the world's biggest industries and we passionately believe that it's about more than just the commercially driven production and promotion of new collections. It is a reflection of society, identity and culture, and a powerful protagonist for change. We'll show you how to challenge the limitations of fashion as the manifestation of temporary consumer trends.
http://courses.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/fashion
 

BA (Hons) Textile Design
L
ondon Metropolitan University

The course prepares students to enter the design profession in one of the following areas: a wide range of occupations within textile, fashion and interior design including self employed designer-maker, designer within industry, buyer, stylist, technologist and design journalism and for entry into courses at MA level.
http://www.thecass.com/courses/undergraduate/ba-hons-textile-design
 
 
BA (Hons) Textiles in Practise
Manchester Metropolitan University


The programme is framed by an awareness of professional contexts, including fashion, interiors, exhibition or architectural installation. This course will allow you to experience textiles as a flexible and diverse subject area with pathways enabling specialist study and digital applications across print, knit, weave, and embroidery. 
http://www.art.mmu.ac.uk/textilesinpractice/

 
BA (Hons) Fashion
Manchester Metropolitan University


This award winning course, based within Manchester School of Art, focuses on contemporary fashion design (womenswear and menswear) and encourages students to be innovative and creative whilst developing an understanding of the needs of the fashion industry. You are taught how to develop concepts and ideas through in-depth research processes and experimentation, learning how to design original and innovative fashion solutions and present fashion concepts through established and new media.
http://www.art.mmu.ac.uk/fashion/

 
BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles
Middlesex University


Combining traditional methods with digital technology, you will learn the practical skills essential for a successful career in fashion, as so many of our brilliant graduates illustrate. We have a world-class reputation for nurturing talent and will also help you to develop a range of personal skills such as self-confidence, a willingness to challenge yourself, the ability to work with others, and the skills to discover and define your own design.
http://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/fashion-textiles

 
BA (Hons) Fashion Design
Middlesex University


On this degree you will not only learn the knowledge and practical skills essential for a successful career in fashion design, as so many of our alumni illustrate, but also develop self-confidence, a willingness to challenge yourself, the ability to work with others, and the skills to discover and define your own design identity. Our course puts the emphasis firmly on creativity and the ability to develop your own designs.
http://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/fashion-design
 
 
BA (Hons) Fashion Design (Menswear / Womenswear)
North Brook College


This small, award-winning course - one of only seven high-performing courses in the country to have been awarded the prestigious Creative Skillset Accreditation - provides a ‘boutique’ educational experience that stimulates and nurtures individual creative talent and innovation. The course aims to equip students with a range of intellectual, analytical, practical and entrepreneurial skills in preparation for a career in the global fashion industry.
http://www.northbrook.ac.uk/courses/?s=&code=FHBMW1
 

BA (Hons) Textile Design
North Brook College


Throughout the course you will explore areas such as: fashion fabrics, home furnishings, stationery, craft or art based products etc. Students will typically focus on an area of specialism choosing to focus primarily on print, knit or stitch with many choosing to follow a multi-disciplinary approach. There is a strong focus on preparing you for your future career with elements of work placement, industrially linked projects and personal development.
http://www.northbrook.ac.uk/courses/?s=&code=FHBST1



BA (Hons) Fashion Accessory Design
Nottingham Trent University


This specialist course gives you the opportunity to develop contemporary design work and manufacturing skills for fashion products and accessories. This includes bags, luggage, headwear, gloves, and small accessories like belts, wallets and travel goods, specialising in leather. We also work with industry to design and produce footwear. With exceptional links with industry our students benefit from live projects with international brands alongside visiting professionals and award-winning staff.
http://www.ntu.ac.uk/apps/pss/course_finder/101206-1/5/ba_(hons)_fashion_accessory_design.aspx
 
 
BA (Hons) Fashion Design
Nottingham Trent University


With more than 40 years' expertise and excellent links with industry, this course has a reputation for producing creative and industry-ready graduates. Based on project and studio work, modules cover fashion drawing, design innovation, pattern cutting, market awareness and the latest technology in garment manufacture. You’ll develop your professional skills through live projects and competitions. In your final year you’ll present your work as part of a catwalk show or product exhibition.
http://www.ntu.ac.uk/apps/pss/course_finder/60761-1/5/ba_(hons)_fashion_design.aspx
 

BA (Hons) Fashion Knitwear Design and Knitted Textiles
Nottingham Trent University


This course has a reputation for producing award-winning students and successful graduates. It will appeal to you if you have a keen interest in fashion and textiles and want to explore the creativity of knitting, contemporary fashion design and styling.
http://www.ntu.ac.uk/apps/pss/course_finder/60772-1/5/ba_(hons)_fashion_knitwear_design_and_knitted_textiles.aspx
 

BA (Hons) Textile Design
Nottingham Trent University


NTU has a rich heritage and long history of teaching Textile Design, offering expertise and exceptional links with industry. This award-winning course covers design for both fashion and interiors and allows you to explore the different areas of Textile Design, before specialising as your work develops.
http://www.ntu.ac.uk/apps/pss/course_finder/93637-1/5/ba_(hons)_textile_design.aspx#overview
 

BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design and Surface Pattern
Plymouth College of Art


The new Printed Textile Design and Surface Pattern BA (Hons) degree at Plymouth College of Art, will encourage your entrepreneurial spirit and challenge and equip you to be a first class designer. The subject of Printed Textiles Design and Surface Pattern is both broad and dynamic; offering you design experiences beyond your current imagination.
http://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/courses/ba-hons-printed-textile-design-surface-pattern/section/overview
 

BA (Hons) Textiles and Surface Design
Somerset College


You will use a wide range of textile and surface design processes to develop a portfolio of innovative work that is instantly identifiable as yours. That makes you a good proposition for prospective employers, many of whom you will already know thanks to our close industry links. Indeed, students on this course often have opportunities to work on live projects that develop their skills in sales and business management as well as design.
http://www.somerset.ac.uk/courses/ba-hons-design-int-text-surf-desgn-s4504-1.html
 

BA (Hons) Textile Surfaces
Staffordshire University


Textile Surfaces design education is firmly based on developing your abilities through practice, as experienced across a range of project-based activities. Projects may involve whole groups, sometimes working in teams, with presentations of your work to your peer group and the academic staff at various points. During projects there will be tutorial sessions with academic staff, input via contextual lectures, discussions about issues arising in seminars or small groups and technical skills instruction sessions with Technician Instructors.
http://www.staffs.ac.uk/course/08W71000.jsp
 

BA (Hons) Surface Pattern Design Textiles for Interiors
Swansea Metropolitan University


This Surface Pattern Design pathway is designed for students wishing to specialise as designers and makers, with a passion for enhancing interior spaces with innovative textiles.
http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/ba-surface-pattern-design-textiles-for-interiors/
 

BA (Hons) Surface Pattern Design Textiles for Fashion
Swansea Metropolitan University


This Surface Pattern Design pathway is for those students wishing to specialise in textiles for fashion. Through workshops, lectures, seminars and visits, students develop a sound understanding of how to meet the particular needs of the fashion industry. Emphasis is placed on innovation with materials and techniques, supported and encouraged by highly experienced tutors. You will learn how to identify trends, market requirements and client profiles, and create fashion textile design collections to show your understanding and increasingly establish your own unique identity as a designer for this fast moving context.

http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/ba-surface-pattern-design-textiles-for-interiors/
 
 
BA/BSc(Hons) Textile Practice (Textile Design)
University of Huddersfield


On this route of the Textile Practice course you'll be introduced to the breadth of textiles, from cutting edge to traditional materials that can be used in both the fashion and interior markets. You'll discover and create new and innovative fabric designs, and question the functional and aesthetic potential of the textiles we wear and those in our surrounding environment. You'll also develop your aesthetic, commercial and professional awareness in line with current and predicted global trends in fashion and interiors.
http://www.hud.ac.uk/courses/full-time/undergraduate/textile-practice-textile-design-ba-bsc-hons/
 

BA (Hons) Fashion Design (Fashion Design with Textiles)
University of Huddersfield


On this course you’ll focus on designing and making fashion garments, and developing creative textile ideas for fashion such as printing, dyeing, embroidery, laser-cutting and fabric embellishment. We’ll provide you with a stimulating environment to develop your aesthetic, intellectual and multi-disciplinary skills so that you can become well equipped to go into the dynamic and global fashion and textiles industry.
http://www.hud.ac.uk/courses/2016-17/full-time/undergraduate/fashion-design-fashion-design-with-textiles-ba-hons/
 

BA/BSc (Hons) Textile Practise (Surface Design)
University of Huddersfield


The Surface Design route of the Textile Practice course is creative and explorative, and asks you to become involved in pushing the potential for new materials and surfaces, as a result of innovative textile-based thinking. Your interest in surface qualities, future materials and textiles will be brought together in the creation of new design solutions for a broad range of surface design industries. The course focuses on developing your personal vision, research, innovative thinking and practical skills, which will encourage you to push the boundaries of your ideas.
http://www.hud.ac.uk/courses/2016-17/full-time/undergraduate/textile-practice-surface-design-ba-bsc-hons/
 
 
BA/BSc (Hons) Textile Practice (Textile Crafts and Art)
University of Huddersfield


Underpinned by craftmanship, this route of the Textile Practice course will develop your making skills through creative development and thinking. You'll have the opportunity to explore a mix of both traditional and future materials, and apply your creativity in a number of ways including cloth, craft design, artefacts and textile art. Sustainability and design ethics are woven into the course through both theory and practical work, and you'll recognise how you can use your creativity to explore solutions to real-world problems. You'll develop your professional awareness through working on projects that involve the wider community and craft practitioners. This will also give you insight into the aesthetic and professional opportunities that are available to you as a contemporary practitioner within the field of textile crafts and art.
http://www.hud.ac.uk/courses/2016-17/full-time/undergraduate/textile-practice-textile-crafts-and-art-ba-bsc-hons/