This course is aimed at individuals who wish to develop creative and innovative skills and ideas which could lead to a career within the fashion and textiles industry. Well-equipped studio spaces and professional expertise give students the opportunity to develop creative and practical abilities within the field. Regular visits are organised to museums, galleries and fashion trade events. . Research can be undertaken using the excellent community learning resource centre with subscriptions to trade publications, online facilities and the networked learning environment. Live projects are set by specialists, and work placements must be undertaken. Graduates will have the skills to set up their own business, work freelance or gain employment through their work experience. Students can progress on to the BA (Hons) Arts Practice (Progression Year) at the University of Suffolk.