‘Made in Britain’ is a label sought after throughout the world. The UK textile industry offers graduates an opportunity to work with businesses that range from fashion to interiors.
On this course you’ll learn practical, professional and entrepreneurial skills that equip you to work as part of a team, or even set up your own business.
What you'll study
The syllabus of this course is a broad reaching creative study of the discipline and its applications including: surface print, stitch embellishment, dyeing and mixed media construction. You’ll have the chance to focus on a variety of specialist areas, including textiles for fashion, textiles for interiors and textiles as design/crafts.
You can download the full programme specification here.
Studying at AUB
What students are doing
Looking for inspiration? Browse our gallery of student work to take a look at some of the projects that our current students have been working on.
Studios and Resources
Our studios work in a way that mirrors industry. Students working together in a high-energy environment, with industry-standard facilities and excellent tools and equipment.
As well as dedicated studios for each year, we have a dedicated print room, stitch room and dye room with specialist, industry–standard equipment.
Staff on the course
Our team are specialists in disciplines that span the industry. You can read more about their experience by browsing their staff profiles below.
1ST Class BA Hons Textiles, Loughborough College of Art & Design, Post Graduate Diploma Textiles/Fashion from University Central England, and MA Textiles/Fashion from University Central England.
Anne-Marie Howat – Course Leader. After graduating from her degree with a 1st class Hons, a Post Graduate Diploma and an MA in Textiles, Anne-Marie pursued a variety of projects within textiles and design, predominantly using her skill set of embroidery and surface manipulation. Anne-Marie has been employed as a full-time print designer in the UK’s fashion industry, (high street brands including the Conran Studios and M & S). She was employed as a freelance designer for many...Full profile
Your Interview and Portfolio
If you meet our entry requirements, we’ll invite you for an interview and we ask you to bring your portfolio with you. We’re looking for enthusiasm, creativity and a fascination with all things fabric, together with a willingness to learn and to engage with others. You can download our portfolio guidelines for BA (Hons) Textiles to help you prepare.