Creative and Cultural Industries: Fashion Promotion and Communication

Course introduction

Why choose this course?

– You’ll have the opportunity to work on paid live briefs for organisations such as The Bentalls Centre, through our Creative Agency.

– Kingston University has an ethos of Thinking Through Making. You’ll be able to use our world-class digital media labs, 3D workshops, printmaking, film and photography facilities.

– All students, on any course in Kingston School of Art, can use our workshops and making spaces.

Why choose Kingston?

Visual communication is a vibrant and essential part of the fashion industry. Could you see yourself working as part of an advertising campaign, creating all-important images and written content? This course offers both the skills to do this and a practical understanding of the context of the fashion industry.

You’ll learn to produce visual content for fashion brands, creating images, writing copy and using graphic design. Through projects and industry briefs, you’ll gain experience and prepare for a career in the fashion industry. You’ll develop business and management skills for working in teams on advertising

Studying the fashion industry, you’ll examine the ethical, global and identity issues that influence effective communication. You’ll also look at opportunities for innovation created by new technologies, online platforms and physical retail environments.

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Tuitions and fees

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
3 Years - full-time Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons) £9250 Home Fees
3 Years - full-time Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons) £9250 European Fees