Regent's University London
Fashion media is experiencing explosive growth worldwide in response to the dynamic role of fashion in modern popular and consumer culture.
The ability to be a successful fashion journalist requires very specific skills relating to writing, visual appreciation and a technical understanding of fashion which touches on a broad range of influences.
This programme will explore fashion media in the broadest sense, including new digital media opportunities and the rapid growth of international media dedicated to fashion and lifestyle.
We require an Honours Degree with a minimum 2:1 ideally not in a purely practice based subject (with the exception of Fashion Design or Textiles, which are directly relevant) from a recognised institution. Other equivalent international qualifications as recommended by the National Academic Recognition Centre will be accepted. If you are unsure if your degree subject qualifies, please contact us.
Please contact Regent's University London for more details on the English language requirements for the course.
The programme is delivered over two terms.
- Contemporary Journalism: Approaches and Skills
- Professional and Employability Skills 1
- Fashion Cultures: History, Theory, Creativity
- Introduction to Textiles & Product Manufacturing
- New Ideas in Digital Media
- Sustainability and Ethics in Fashion
- Final Project: Fashion Futures
- Professional and Employability Skills 2
There is a mix of individual and group assessment across the programme. The assessment methods used, include essays, reports, presentations and written reflection.
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