(2 Years, Plus an Optional Foundation Year, Diploma)

Teaching Language: English

The aims and objectives of the program are:

• To guide the student of Fashion Design to a career in the fashion industry such as fashion designer, costume designer, fashion illustrator, fashion stylist, pattern maker, fashion magazine editor and fashion buyer.
• To enable students to develop their creative and intellectual abilities.
• To create innovative individuals who will use their knowledge and practical expertise in generating and developing their ideas to high professional standards.
• To help students develop a full understanding of the theoretical background of fashion.
• To give students the opportunity to explore the importance of the history of art and design and its relation to the history of fashion and value its role in the contemporary fashion.
• To help students explore the business aspects of the industry, including marketing, sales and fashion ethics.
• To provide students the ability to illustrate the fashion figure in proportion, demonstrate accurate garment illustration and create a unique and individual style.
• To provide students with the theoretical framework of textiles that will assist them in designing and creating their own textiles.
• To give students the opportunity to use pattern drafting techniques and create finished stylized patterns that meet industry standards.
• To provide students with the necessary skills to utilize a variety of equipment and technological tools like an industrial sewing and over locking machines, the CAD (Computer-Aided Drafting Technology) for the creation of digital draft patterns, and digital photographic equipment for visual expression and communication.
• To guide the students on the appropriate sewing process in the manufacturing of garments.
• To urge students to forecast fashion trends and incorporate them in their work.
• To give students the opportunity to design a complete original line collection and be able to present it.
• To help students display a job-ready portfolio of work, including a collection that has been assessed by an academic board.

Analytical Structure Program of Study


Erasmus brings together a number of earlier programs, such as student mobility schemes, adding new initiatives such as loan guarantees for Master’s students with simplified application procedures