Studying Fashion at a Canadian university will give you an advanced understanding of the global fashion industry. Fashion design embraces the design, production and marketing of clothing, and can range from industrial to leisure goods across a range of sectors. A Fashion Design degree requires students with innovative thinking, creativity and professionalism.
Students will be provided with a comprehensive introduction and understanding of the design process, while learning to review and evaluate your own creative design style in regards to fashion and creative industries. Many courses offer internships and work placements, along with regular industry visits.
Fashion graduates can move into a number of different areas including design, illustrator, textile design, pattern cutter, buyer, PR, journalism, stylist, personal shopping, creative director and visual merchandiser. Being a highly competitive industry, an internship during the degree is a must to remain competitive while applying for jobs after graduation.
Entry requirements vary for each university, but students will need an IELTS score of 6.0 overall, no lower than 5.5 in each component, and a portfolio of creative design work alongside relevant qualification in Art & Design.
If you are interested in studying a Fashion Design course at a Canadian university, arrange your free consultation with SI-Canada today.
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