5 Reasons to Enroll in the Fashion Management Program
Fashion is always ever-changing from time to time, where trends come and go at the speed of light. And this is why a career as a fashion designer is always appealing to youngsters. BINUS Northumbria School of Design aspires to become the best design school in the ASEAN region by providing excellent skills for all students. If you dream of becoming a fashion designer, make sure you find the best place to learn in the Fashion Management Program of BINUS Northumbria School of Design.
These are the reasons why it is the best school you could ever find:
1. Opportunity for a dual award
Fashion Management is a major under BINUS Northumbria School of Design. As the name suggests, it is a collaborative effort between BINUS UNIVERSITY and Northumbria University in Newcastle, United Kingdom. This collaboration is intended not only to enhance the quality of the education but provide a double-degree program for the student.
Upon the successful completion of four years of study, graduates will achieve a Sarjana Seni (S.Sn) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion Management with Honours (BA-Hons).
2. Creative and enjoyable studying environment
BINUS Northumbria School of Design provides a creative and enjoyable studying environment through excellent facilities and programs. It believes that a skilled professional will offer the best solutions for every problem through design. Among many facilities on the campus are dedicated workrooms for garment production: a textile experiment room for batik, woven, and knitting; computer labs; and a photographic studio.
(Pic: Fashion classroom at BINUS Northumbria School of Design)
3. Equip students with much-needed skills in the design industry
The primary objectives of the Fashion Management program are to provide graduates with both soft skills and hard skills to help them grow in the fashion industry. Top-notch technical skills, mastery in contextual knowledge, and ICT application are all considered important to offer the best responsive solution to the industry. Graduates are also equipped with effective communication and entrepreneurship skills with professional ethics to make sure they are socially aware and responsible as fashion professionals.
As undergraduates, students are required to demonstrate and apply the theoretical design concepts, history, culture, and temporary issues of the fashion industry. They also demonstrate their communication and marketing skills to promote their products and eventually identify problems and propose innovative solutions through their design based on a research approach.
4. Prospective career for the graduates
Students will be prepared for the prospective career ahead during their four years of study in Fashion Management. The integrated curriculum is created to provide students with technical and non-technical skills to grow in the industry.
The Fashion Management program offers internships for each student. Therefore, they could conduct real projects to develop their ability when they are involved in professional practice, introducing the real workplace experience and teaching them to cope with the demands of the working environment.
The Fashion Management program in BINUS Northumbria School of Design also conducts a series of field trips to the professionals and industries to give the students good grounds for a broad overview of the industry.
(Pic: Fashion Program field trip to Gorontalo in 2019)
5. Variety of assessment tasks rather than exams
Exams are both dreadful and boring for all students, but it is something a student will never encounter in this program. Rather than exams, most coursework is assessed through a variety of tasks, such as assignments, individual and group projects, peer assessment, thesis/final project reports, reflective practice, and so on.
To be a good fashion designer, skill is not everything you need. It is also important to find a supportive environment to polish and sharpen it, so you will be ready to tackle every arising challenge once you take the first step into the fashion industry.