HND Clothing with Design

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  • Objectives
    # Strong industry demand for graduates # High progression rate onto the Fashion Technology degree course # Live projects with key industries # Opportunity to become a student member of the Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry (ASBCI).
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Students should normally have one of the following: * 80 points including one GCE/VCE A Level * National Diploma/Certificate * Successful completion of a relevant Access course.
  • Academic title
    HND Clothing with Design
  • Course description
    HND Clothing with Design


    The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the products and processes used in the fashion industry. This knowledge is supported by visiting specialists from the industry, including major high street fashion retailers.

    The course offers excellent specialist facilities. These include multiple Lectra CAD/CAM pattern development workstations, a dedicated textile design CAD suite including Illustrator and Photoshop software, fabric production labs, a weave CAD/CAM centre and excellent product performance workshops. The course's strong links with industry have seen students, for example, working on live projects with Next and visiting New Look design studios. Local and national industry support the course with materials, equipment and guest lectures, as well as providing project briefs and support.

    First year modules include Fashion Technology, Pattern Technology, Textile Materials and Visual Communication. In the second year students study Pattern and Fashion Technology, Commercial Processes, Textile Finishes and Product Performance.

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