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Fashion & Textiles MA
Fashion & Textiles MA

Fashion & Textiles MA

  • ID:RGU440292
  • Level:Master's Degree
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (GBP)

  • TuitionFee/Year:£15,320.00
  • LivingFee/Year:£12,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:£624.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:£15,320.00
  • LivingFee/Year:£12,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:£624.00
Estimated Total/program:
£27,944.00
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

  • Applicants will normally hold a 2:2 undergraduate honours degree or above in a relevant subject.
  • Applicants with a lower degree classification and/or relevant work experience will be considered on a case by case basis.

English requirements

  • Applicants whose first language is not English should have an IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no component lower than 5.5, or an equivalent.

Course Information

Our MA programme provides a series of connected learning experiences, which are delivered through four modules. The Fashion and Textiles pathway within the Programme enables you to develop the skills, critical understanding and specialist knowledge required to become a successful independent fashion or textiles designer or work within a related creative sector.

This pathway provides a tailored learning environment that encourages and supports your creative development, independence in creativity, imagination and ideas. You will gain an understanding of new interdisciplinary practices, conceptual skills and of the debates informing Art & Design practices. The course is suitable if you have an undergraduate honours degree in Fashion, Textiles – weave or print, Fine Art, Printmaking, or if you want to develop your career and specialist academic knowledge in these disciplines based on prior professional experience.

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Full-Time

Stage 1, Semester 1,

  •   AAM201,   Critical Contextual Studies and Research Methods,

  •   AAM202,   Personal Development and Professional Networks,

  •   AAM203,   Applied Practice in Communication Design,

  •   AAM205,   Applied Practice in Curatorial Studies

  •   AAM206,   Applied Practice in Fashion & Textiles,

  •   AAM207,   Applied Practice in Fine Art

  •   AAM208,   Applied Practice in Jewellery,

  •   AAM209,   Applied Practice in Product Design,

Stage 1, Semester 2,

  •   AAM201,   Critical Contextual Studies and Research Methods,

  •   AAM202,   Personal Development and Professional Networks,

  •   AAM203,   Applied Practice in Communication Design,

  •   AAM205,   Applied Practice in Curatorial Studies,

  •   AAM206,   Applied Practice in Fashion & Textiles,

  •   AAM207,   Applied Practice in Fine Art,

  •   AAM208,   Applied Practice in Jewellery,

  •   AAM209,   Applied Practice in Product Design,

Stage 1, Semester 3,

  •   AAM204,   Masters Project,

Part-Time

Stage 1, Semester 1,

  •   AAM201,   Critical Contextual Studies and Research Methods,

  •   AAM202,   Personal Development and Professional Networks,

  •   AAM203,   Applied Practice in Communication Design,

  •   AAM205,   Applied Practice in Curatorial Studies,

  •   AAM206,   Applied Practice in Fashion & Textiles,

  •   AAM207,   Applied Practice in Fine Art,

  •   AAM208,   Applied Practice in Jewellery,

  •   AAM209,   Applied Practice in Product Design,

Stage 1, Semester 2,

  •   AAM201,   Critical Contextual Studies and Research Methods, 

  •   AAM202,   Personal Development and Professional Networks,

  •   AAM203,   Applied Practice in Communication Design,

  •   AAM205,   Applied Practice in Curatorial Studies,

  •   AAM206,   Applied Practice in Fashion & Textiles,

  •   AAM207,   Applied Practice in Fine Art,

  •   AAM208,   Applied Practice in Jewellery,

  •   AAM209,   Applied Practice in Product Design,

Stage 1, Semester 3

  •   AAM201,   Critical Contextual Studies and Research Methods

  •   AAM202,   Personal Development and Professional Networks,

  •   AAM203,   Applied Practice in Communication Design,

  •   AAM205,   Applied Practice in Curatorial Studies,

  •   AAM206,   Applied Practice in Fashion & Textiles,

  •   AAM207,   Applied Practice in Fine Art,

  •   AAM208,   Applied Practice in Jewellery,

  •   AAM209,   Applied Practice in Product Design,

Stage 1, Semester 4,

  •   AAM201,   Critical Contextual Studies and Research Methods,

  •   AAM202,   Personal Development and Professional Networks,

  •   AAM203,   Applied Practice in Communication Design,

  •   AAM205,   Applied Practice in Curatorial Studies,

  •   AAM206,   Applied Practice in Fashion & Textiles,

  •   AAM207,   Applied Practice in Fine Art,

  •   AAM208,   Applied Practice in Jewellery,

  •   AAM209,   Applied Practice in Product Design,

Stage 1, Semester 5,

  •   AAM204,   Masters Project,

Stage 1, Semester 6,

  •   AAM204,   Masters Project,

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

The MA Programme is designed to support you in further developing your subject-specific disciplinary expertise and skill sets to pursue a career in the creative and cultural sectors.

On completion of the Fashion and Textiles pathway, you will have the experience to progress into a professional Fashion or Textile Designer role or to work within a related role in the creative industries.

If you wish to pursue opportunities for further study towards a higher degree, Gray’s School of Art offers art and design research degrees both full-time and part-time at MPhil, MRes and PhD level.

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OSHC: 624GBP/ per year

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