We also work with external professionals, many of whom are Manchester Met alumni, to enhance your learning and appreciation of the wider subject. This unit is an opportunity to initiate a self-directed body of work that responds to a personal design philosophy aimed at defined market levels within a contemporary Menswear specialism. This unit is an opportunity to initiate a self-directed body of work that responds to a personal design philosophy aimed at defined market levels within a contemporary Womenswear specialism. This unit is a flexible space where collaborative interactions can take place with diverse professional, community and educational stakeholders and/or peers. Students will undertake an individual project in response to a negotiated research question that maps onto their own practice and critical, cultural, contextual and/or industrial contexts. UK Part-Time fees are calculated on a pro rata basis of the full-time fee for a 120 credit course.
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You’ll examine it from a historical, economic, and technical viewpoint to write a powerful essay. You’ll have the chance to enter your portfolio in the prestigious Graduate Fashion Week held at the Truman Brewery in London. One of our 2020 graduates did just that and became a finalist for the Digital Fashion Communication Portfolio Award. We’ll give you lots of opportunities to prove you’ve got what it takes. We offer one of the few Fashion Business degrees in the country where you’ll learn about the fashion industry from both a business and creative angle.
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This module equips non-accounting students with the basic financial skills they will need to progress through their management-related degree studies. Students will learn the fundamental processes behind the production of historic financial information, allowing them to conduct analysis of financial statements. Additionally, students will develop knowledge of cost behaviours and forecasting, allowing them to make decisions such as how to price their product. The module allows students to bring together their financial skills by preparing extracts from a business plan as part of an application for finance. Emphasis will be placed on practical skills relevant to entrepreneurs and small business owners. You will study the management of brands, finances, events and people across the fashion chain, from design and development, to manufacturing and the supply chain, to sales and marketing.
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If you are committed to breaking into the fashion industry, it will give you the best possible chance do so. Those with a non-fashion degree will find it difficult to compete with fashion graduates and will therefore need to study a postgraduate fashion degree. It is possible to get onto a fashion degree straight after studying A levels, Scottish Highers, a BTEC extended diploma or another suitable level three qualification. You will focus on the development of textiles for use in the fashion industry through print, knit, embroidery and embellishment and through the use of both traditional craft techniques and contemporary digital processes. You will develop your knowledge of fabrics, colour and silhouette, engage in textile sampling and prototype testing in 2D and 3D and explore areas such as fashion awareness, trend forecasting, illustration, pattern cutting and garment construction.
The fee for a single credit is £77.08 and a 15 credit module is £1,156. Part-time students can take up to a maximum 90 credits per year, so the maximum fee in a given year will be the government permitted maximum fee of £6,935. Remember, you don't have to pay any of this upfront if you are able to get a tuition fee loan from the UK Government to cover the full cost of your fees each year. This is a great investment you are making in your future, so make sure you know what is on offer to support you. Progression from one level of the programme to the next is subject to meeting the University’sacademic regulations. The module provides students with the opportunity to work collaboratively with others when undertaking research, and also to reflect on their own style of working and personal values, when working in teams.
The Part-time Work Placement module requires students to work in partnership with host organisations in the private or public sectors with an interest in educating students for the demands of the complex world of work. Students undertake a skills audit before being accepted on to the scheme and will only be considered for this module if they have an attendance record in year two of at least 80%. The outcomes from this, and the availability of appropriate placement and academic supervisors, will determine whether students can proceed with this module. Students will be involved in the tracking of employability skills and in personal development planning.
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The university has computer facilities across the campus, however for study beyond the campus a laptop may prove useful. Please contact the University directly if you are unsure whether you meet the minimum entry requirements for the course. Students will devise, negotiate, plan and disseminate a substantial piece of research and develop outcomes in relation to innovation, ideas and concepts. Supported by mentors, students will research and develop an original idea and transform this philosophy into a project or entrepreneurial venture. Students explore commercial and philosophical concepts and formulate a relevant plan.
‘Top up’ your existing qualifications for a full BA degree on our Childhood Education Studies online top-up course. Our distance learning programme provides you with the flexibility to maintain full-time or part-time employment while expanding upon your skills and knowledge. If you aspire to set up your own company or advance in management positions throughout the enterprising service sector, this course will provide you with the core knowledge and skills to thrive in business.