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Amsterdam Fashion Academy

Fashion Business

UCAS Code: N100

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


A level

B,B,B,B-A,A

GCE A-level (A minimum of two full A-levels (or equivalent) is required)

UCAS Tariff

104-120

Entry requirements are one of the following: - Int. Baccalaureate Diploma (Int. schools, UK & US) min points of 28 - GCE A-level (A minimum of two full A-levels (or equivalent) is required) - UCAS tariff points between 104 and 120 - Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (Germany and Austria) - Baccalauréat (France) - Access to HE Diploma in an art related programme with at least 45 credits at Level 3 (UK) - Completed secondary education at university entrance level - Diploma Foundation Diploma in Art & Design (Level 3) - Diploma havo or vwo (The Netherlands)

About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2020

The Fashion Business (Hons) BA degree is for students who aspire to work in the fields of: Fashion Business, Marketing, Branding, Trend and Prediction and Fashion Editorial Styling. t is a multi-disciplinary programme for dynamic individuals who wish to enhance both their creative and academic skills within the world of fashion. Through a combination of theory and hands-on practice, the programme turns students into professionals who understand the language and rules of the fashion system. Traditional illustration and drawing techniques, CAD, styling, business, communication, photographic outcomes, research and networking form essential elements to this exciting and creative programme.

Our small class sizes ensure you will have regular one to one contact with teaching staff, who also have more time to help you develop as an individual and help you produce innovative solutions to your assignment briefs.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to our students. We recognise that giving each student substantial personal support is key to helping them get the most out of the course and themselves and help them successfully enter into the global world of fashion business. All second-year students receive a Personal Development Plan (PDP): a self-analysis process that involves invaluable individual contact hours with a lecturer to help develop the student's leadership and management skills, find the best internship and identify the right career path.

Why the Amsterdam Fashion Academy:
- Personalised, unique, high-end, sophisticated courses

- Small and intimate academy – informal and friendly atmosphere

- Award-winning exclusive fashion boutique academy

- Small classes and personal attention: Student-teacher ratio is 6 to 1

- Ideal basis for a successful future in the fashion industry

- Located in the city centre of Amsterdam

- Students will be treated as individuals, not just as ‘this year’s intake

- Extended network in the fashion industry

- Amazing international internship opportunities

Career opportunities: Trend watcher; Fashion forecaster; Fashion buyer; Fashion marketer; Visual merchandiser; Fashion merchandiser; Fashion journalist; Fashion brand manager; Fashion market researcher; Fashion public relations manager; Fashion event manager; Fashion communications manager.

Modules

Year 1: Fashion Visual Research and Presentation- Introduction to Project Management - Introduction to Fashion Styling - International Branding – Fashion Marketing and Promotion – Introduction to Historical and Contextual Studies Year 2: Historical and Contextual Studies - Fashion Branding - Industrial Practice in a Global Context - Fashion Styling – Fashion Communications – Fashion Forecasting Year 3: Final year Dissertation - Live Industry / Competition Brief - Research Project - Business Practice - FMP Marketing and Promotion. Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded a UK validated Bachelor's honours degree in Fashion Business. In accordance with UK requirements 120 credits points are available each year of study and students need to obtain 360 credits for successful completion of the three-years course.

Tuition fees

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England
£27,000
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EU
£27,000
for the whole course
International
£27,000
for the whole course
Northern Ireland
£27,000
for the whole course
Scotland
£27,000
for the whole course
Wales
£27,000
for the whole course

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Amsterdam Fashion Academy

Department:

Fashion

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