The BA (Hons) Fashion Design course focuses on providing hands-on – experience along with training students with the nitty-gritty of the craft, that set them apart from others in the industry. The course aims to produce new-age designers, who raise the industry standards with their work and is curated accordingly to constantly push the creative boundaries of thinking along with helping them unlock their true potential.
In the third year, the course gives a golden opportunity to its students by offering them to pursue fashion design in UK. Along with gaining specific knowledge about the global market, the students also gain international exposure, making them adaptive which sets them up for a bright and glorious future in fashion design.
It is cost-efficient and effective along with providing a top-notch learning experience to its students that is almost half the price compared to the same courses full-time in the UK.
Students are granted a post-study UK work visa for 2 years, allowing them to explore and experiment along with helping them gain global exposure in their career.
Designed to make the students bi-cultural and adaptive, the course helps them to think outside the box and incorporate lateral thinking in their ideation process, thus offering them the best of both worlds.
Rooted and trusted with excellence, Pearson BTEC and Le Mark School Of Art have collaborated to offer a one of its kind course – BA (Hons) Fashion Design, that is tailor made and curated for every fashion enthusiast. The course starts with initial 2 years in Mumbai and ends with final year in UK. Through this course, along with mastering the theoretical and technical aspects of fashion design, students delve deep into fashion in local and global cultures, incorporating the unique blend of cultures in their designs and work. Along with learning essential fashion concepts, they also learn the intricate processes demanded by the industry today. Guided by world-class mentors and experts, they are set to raise the industry standards globally while setting you up for a rewarding career in fashion design.
Year I – HNC LEVEL 4 120 Credits / 600 Hours
Subjects – Mandatory
Year II – HND LEVEL 5 120 Credits / 600 Hours
Subjects – Mandatory
In the third year, students get to opt for the university of their choice comprising different subjects respectively, meaning the curriculum would vary for each of these universities.
This course covers all aspects of both design and marketing. This combination aims to prepare students for a wide range of careers in the fashion industry. The course prepares you for your future career and gives you a competitive edge in the graduate job market. As a part of this course a programme of workshops, embedded learning, lectures, professional experience and one-to-one guidance help you develop the transferable skills and enterprising habits required for a successful career.
The UK has a vibrant energy that ignites the imagination of fashion designers and keeps their creative juices flowing. From its cutting-edge trailblazers to the refined craftsmanship of its star designers, the originality and professionalism found in the UK makes it one of the most influential fashion hubs in the world. It is also home to styles as diverse as the Mackintosh, punk, the bowler hat, and the kilt. Some of the most iconic brands in contemporary fashion are from the UK, with young designers understanding that to be successful they need to maintain the perfect balance between creativity and commercialism.
The world-famous London Fashion Week alone attracts many eyeballs and exceeds international sporting events, with growing figures each year. UK fashion is also home to top design schools that provide top-notch education rooted in the perfect mix of technical and practical knowledge, by world-class designers and experts.
The fashion industry of the UK contributes £28 billion in GDP to the British economy, along with employing 880,000 people. Most jobs in fashion-related industries are in the retail sale of clothing. This sub-industry employs 75 per cent with 414,000 people working in the retail sale of clothing, indicating the scope of fashion design in the UK