Fashion Design is creative and dynamic, allowing you to experience and understand the constant flux and evolution of the fashion industry. We have an outstanding reputation and create graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation. The course offers you the opportunity to specialise in menswear, womenswear or fashion knitwear. Our students have the opportunity to enter national and international competitions, and respond to industry set briefs from companies and organisations such as the British Fashion Council, ASBCI, Warehouse and Topshop to name a few. • **DMU is ranked in the Top 5 for Fashion and Textiles** in the UK for ‘Graduate Prospects’, according to The Guardian University Guide 2018 • **Specialist areas of study** in womenswear, menswear or fashion knitwear, giving you the opportunity to gain specialist design and technical expertise relevant to industry needs • **British Fashion Council, Burberry, Warehouse and New Look** are some of the organisations and companies who have set live project opportunities for students to gain a diverse range of relevant skills • **Graduate designers** are created who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation • **The opportunity to enter prestigious national and international competitions** DMU graduate Hazel Symons, was named the winner of the Christopher Bailey Gold Award at the 25th Graduate Fashion Week • **International opportunities** for a meaningful experience as part of your studies through #DMUglobal • **The new Vijay Patel building** has been designed to provide the space and facilities where ideas can develop and flourish for all of our art and design courses • **Core workshop materials** available at no cost to our students along with some programme-specific workshop materials • **Cash awards of £150, £200 and £300** for students in years one, two and three respectively, towards materials and specialist printing* *Awards are available to students undertaking full-time study and pro-rata for part-time students. Students on placement and therefore not incurring such costs are not eligible for financial assistance.