Academic Year 2013 / 2014
The course will be split into three terms of ten weeks as follows:
7 October 2013 – 13 December 2013
6 January 2014 – 14 March 2014
23 April 2014 – 20 June 2014
Students wishing to start in Autumn 2013 must be submit by:
~ Priority Deadline: 8 April 2013
Applications received after a Priority Deadline will be reviewed as received on a space availability basis.
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Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma
£19,560.00 excluding VAT
The course is diagnostic and its primary aim is to enhance students’ creative and communications skills within the context of the wider fashion industry. Students will develop a strong portfolio with a clear professional direction.
The curriculum will cover the entire spectrum of fashion with modules ranging from fashion photography to styling, from high-street to luxury brands, and from print to digital media.
They will focus on advertising, the beauty industry and the vital role of the retail sector. Students will learn about the language of fashion and how the complicated jigsaw puzzle
of the industry works.
In addition, students will work with their course director to select subject pathways for more intensive study during the second and third terms. Students must successfully complete the first term in order to progress to the second term.
The focus will be on a number of specific study areas drawn from term one.
For example, students may chose to focus on fashion retailing, advertising and PR or they may elect to study styling, beauty and fashion photography or, again, their specific interest may be in journalism and the mechanics of the fashion media in print and online.
The final term has been structured to help students further develop their particular interests by means of a major, final creative project.
Although they will be encouraged to work independently they will be fully supported by a dedicated tutor, and will work as a member of a small team.
The final project will be exhibited in the College’s Digital Exhibition Space.