Fashion and textiles degrees

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Studying about Fashion and textiles

On a Fashion and Textiles degree, students can expect to develop skills in fashion illustration, textile design and also sewing and pattern cutting. An artistic eye and strong attention to detail are must haves when pursuing this degree. In addition to the practical skills you will develop, you will also learn more about how the industry operates commercially, which is an important aspect given the industry’s notoriously competitive nature. Students that study this degree can go on to find jobs as textile designers, stylist, visual merchandiser and a clothing/textile technologist.

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