Bachelor of Fashion (Design) (Honours) RMIT University

5.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Ranked #10 in our University Rankings
Bachelor Honours Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This globally recognised degree is celebrated in the fashion world as a creative incubator, challenging students to create innovative concepts and original fashion.

Throughout this degree, you’ll focus on the balance between conceptual and industry-relevant fashion design through the research and development of your own original fashion design practice.

You’ll learn how to develop your practice through:
innovative fashion design
advanced creative skills
conceptual thinking
critical analysis and practical expertise to support original fashion ideas
depth of research for proposed design opportunities.

Through engaging studio-based projects you will gain a multi-layered global experience, working with academics and key industry figures on projects that push you to create high-level, explorative responses to fashion design opportunities. Experts from the Australian and international fashion industries share their knowledge with you, teaching courses or providing guest lectures.

In your fourth year of study, there are opportunities to participate in internships that support your design focus. These may be in Australia or overseas and can...

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Additional Information

Each year, students are selected to showcase in national and international awards and events including the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festi...

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July 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: This course is the best fashion design course in Australia and is ranked 17th in the world. The knowledge of all the lecturers is phenomenal. This is because all of the lecturers still work in industry, so all knowledge is up to date. The facilities are all state of the art, learning on industry standard machinery,...

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