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BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing

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  • Course description
    BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing.

    Course Type: Undergraduate.

    Career Path: Fashion

    Course Category: BA


    They say that fashion demands an eye for style. If that’s the case, fashion marketing demands one eye on style, one on hard business and at least two more in the back of your head!

    Others may create the garment but it is you, the creative marketer, the skilful strategist, who will turn it into the must-have, must-wear commodity. You may not be the creator but what we’ll teach you on our new Fashion Marketing course is an art in its own right.

    We’ll teach you how to retail, brand and merchandise fashion. You’ll discover promotional and sales strategies, learning how to take a new fashion product from the concept stage all the way to the high street store.

    You’ll do this in close collaboration with your fashion design and fashion textiles student colleagues at UEL. This is crucial for you to gain the clearest, broadest picture of an industry that, as marketers, you’ll need to understand inside out.

    Course Requirements:

    FROM A LEVEL: Must include passes at A2 in at least two subjects.
    FROM BTEC : Extended Diploma (QCF) or Diploma (QCF)
    FROM INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE : Diploma with 25 points including a minimum of 15 points at Higher Level.
    We would normally expect you to have Grade C in GCSE English and maths (See below for accepted equivalences)

    Course Duration : 3 Years

    Online: No

    Campus Based: Yes

    Locations: London

    Intake: October 2018, February 2019

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