Fashion Promotion & Marketing
Help shape the future of fashion by joining our Fashion Promotion and Marketing degree course. Learn about the world of promotion. Through branding, marketing, image-making, digital communication, social media and styling.
Are you intrigued by the fashion and lifestyle industry? Keen to create beautiful content and find out how to influence and inspire change? As well as work on fashion shoots? This course attracts driven, motivated and passionate students. Who want to tap into our 50 years’ worth of experience as a centre for excellence in fashion education as well as work on live industry briefs.
Our strong industry links and the opportunity to spend a year in the industry gives this course a competitive edge. And ensures that future employers will sit up and take notice of you.
You have the choice of two pathways: Promotion or Styling. Whichever you choose, we’ll help you to prepare for a successful career in this fast-paced and evolving creative industry.
Why study with us
- Fashion and Textiles at The University of Central Lancashire has again been ranked 2nd in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2022).
- Our Fashion courses are ranked in the Top 80 of the Best Fashion Schools in the World for 2020 (CEOWORLD Magazine).
- We run national and international study trips to fashion shows and exhibitions. In the past we’ve visited Paris, Milan, Barcelona and Amsterdam, and regularly go to New York.
Degree Show 2022
Discover the award-winning creative work produced by our undergraduate Fashion Promotion students. The degree show features work in a range of mediums by students from the School of Arts & Media.
Fashion Show Production Module
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What you'll do
- Our close relationships with 150 global fashion brands means we can help you secure placements at top companies. Such as River Island, Burberry, Boohoo and many more.
- You’ll have access to our industry-standard laser cutters, fabric printers and photographic studios. With support from specialist technicians.
- In your third year you’ll get the option to spend a minimum of 30 weeks putting theory into practice on a full-time industry placement.
Following the pandemic, we have found that some courses benefit from a blended learning and teaching approach. Therefore, the majority of your teaching will be face-to-face on campus aside from a small amount of online teaching where we have learnt it works best.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of our published course information. However, our programmes are subject to ongoing review and development. Changing circumstances may cause alteration to, or the cancellation of, courses. Changes may be necessary to comply with the requirements of accrediting bodies or revisions to subject benchmarks statements. As well as to keep courses updated and contemporary, or as a result of student feedback. We reserve the right to make variations if we consider such action to be necessary or in the best interests of students.
Fashion promotion and marketing facilities
- We are delighted to announce our British Fashion Council membership. Founded in 1993 to create an interface between education and industry, the BFC Colleges Council represents the leading fashion departments in universities and colleges throughout the UK. This membership enriches our student’s experience and creates additional industry opportunities though an annual programme of events and high profile competitions. The British Fashion Council joined forces with the Saturday Clubs Trust to support our Fashion & Business Saturday Club and we have been fortunate to have secured many high-profile Saturday Club Masterclasses through our BFC connection.
- When size? established links with higher education, one of the immediate goals of size? syllabus was to approach and get involved with the very best fashion and creative arts talent in the UK, so we were made up with the addition of UCLan, with officially one of the best fashion departments in the UK, to our size? syllabus programme. The main aim of the Syllabus is to impart industry level standards, learning and practice in a live brief format to students, who are then given the support and tools from size? to respond. At size? we want to unearth the next generation of creatives and by offering this platform in the form of size? Syllabus we believe students involved stand the best possible chance of making their way into the industry, able to utilise the invaluable learnings taught during their time answering the Syllabus briefs
Future careers in fashion promotion
Our Fashion Promotion and Marketing graduates are highly sought after. And go on to work in areas like styling, brand management, events, graphic design, trend forecasting and marketing.
We have alumni working at major companies, including trend forecasters The Future Laboratory and advertising agency Mother London. And fashion brands such as Vogue, Net a Porter, Boohoo and ASOS.
Increasing growth in the digital marketing sector means that students with skills in graphics, content creation, styling and marketing are in high demand. They are hugely employable, and companies actively seek out our graduates.
This course is designed for creative and questioning students who are ready to tackle a whole range of subjects. From diversity to sustainability. You will learn how to generate innovative ideas for campaigns, content creation and brand development.
Fees and Funding
Scholarships and Bursaries
We have a wide range of scholarships, bursaries and funds available to help support you whilst studying with us.
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This course is based in the School of Arts and Media located in the Faculty of Culture and Creative Industries
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