Behind every great fashion house is a team of top communicators.
Marketing, branding, PR, styling and trend prediction fuels the £26 billion British fashion industry. Our BA (Hons) Fashion Branding and Communication course will help you become a part of it.
Looking to start in 2018? This course is still open for applications. You can make your application through UCAS.
What you'll study
On this course, you’ll gain practical skills and explore the thinking behind fashion communication. You’ll create photography and film, and develop visual identities using the latest creative software. We’ll also teach you the theory behind everything from building brands to visual merchandising.
The course focuses on new media practice, digital technology, and developing conceptual strategies when answering a brief. We’ll encourage you to develop your own personal brand identity within your work, encouraging a ‘self as brand’ philosophy, whilst at the same time speaking directly to the fast-paced, diverse world of branding and communication for fashion and related industries.
You can download the full programme specification here.
Studying at AUB
- Read more about learning and teaching at AUB and when you will receive your timetable here
- Find out about accommodation
- Read about managing your money as a student and find out more about any course costs
- Read our Admissions Policy
Our Careers and Employability Service is dedicated to supporting you in turning your creativity into a great career. You can read more about this here.
Watch Senior Lecturer for BA (Hons) Fashion Branding and Communication, Victoria McClenaghan, sharing her expertise on how to create a fashion image:
What students are doing
Looking to be inspired? Browse our gallery of student work and take a look at some of the projects that current students have been working on.
Students studying this course achieve great things and have won prestigious and high profile awards, such as:
- Graduate Fashion Week Awards: Menswear, Styling, Publication, Catwalk to High Street, Portfolio
- Sophie Hallette Lace
- ID Diversity Now
If you meet our entry requirements, we’ll invite you to an interview. We recognise that everyone has different skills, portfolios and experiences, so what we look for is potential through a broad range of work that expresses the scope of your creative experiences and shows evidence of enquiry and experimentation.
You can download our portfolio guidelines for BA (Hons) Fashion Branding and Communication here.
Please note: the UniStats scores are not representative of this course. They have been aggregated by UniStats from data relating to similar courses in the creative arts sector.