FASHION DESIGN – TREND RESEARCH – PATTERN MAKING – PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES – TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY – NEW TEXTILE MATERIALS – TECHNICAL DRAWING – CAD GRAFIS – HISTORY OF CLOTHING – FASHION THEORY – ETHNIC DRESS/TRANSCULTURAL FASHION – ARTISTIC PRESENTATION FORMATS – FASHION MARKETING – PROJECTS

Deve­lop your own design style in an inter­na­tio­nal con­text – on the English-lan­guage Fashion Design (B.A.) study pro­gram, you will acquire crea­tive, manual, and tech­ni­cal skills and learn to use inter­di­sci­pli­nary thin­king to design pro­gres­sive collec­tions. In addi­tion to a high degree of crea­ti­vity, one of the most important traits for up-and-com­ing desi­gners is a sen­si­ti­vity to social, cul­tu­ral, and eco­no­mic fac­tors. The pro­gram focu­ses on inter­na­tio­nal deve­lop­ments and how they influ­ence the fashion indus­try.

The seven-semes­ter study pro­gram covers prac­tical, artis­tic, and theo­reti­cal aspects. Pro­vi­ding indi­vi­dual sup­port and pro­mo­ting per­so­nal skills take top prio­rity. Esta­blish indus­try con­tacts from an early stage: Coope­ra­tion with fashion com­pa­nies and cul­tu­ral insti­tu­ti­ons as well as an internship are important parts of the study pro­gram. Spe­cia­list English skills will help you to launch your career on the inter­na­tio­nal fashion scene.

 

CAREER PRO­S­PECTS

Design your own brand or work for well-known fashion brands. The inter­na­tio­nal focus of the study pro­gram will open doors to renow­ned fashion com­pa­nies world­wide. Alter­na­tively, launch your own label with an inter­na­tio­nal setup.

AMD gra­dua­tes go on to work for many inter­na­tio­nal com­pa­nies:

Vic­to­ria Beck­ham, Vivi­enne West­wood, ACNE, Hus­sein Cha­la­yan, Y3, Adi­das, Hugo Boss, Alex­an­der McQueen, Dries van Noten, Lacoste, Die­sel, Kenzo, H&M.

The study pro­gram qua­li­fies gra­dua­tes to work in many areas, not just fashion design. Become a sty­list for film and photo pro­duc­tions in close col­la­bo­ra­tion with model agen­cies, hair and make-up teams, and pho­to­graph­ers. Work as a fashion scout and pre­sent poten­tial future color deve­lop­ments, new mate­ri­als, and approa­ches to con­tou­ring for trend rese­arch and ana­ly­sis. News­pa­pers, publishers, agen­cies, and labels need fashion desi­gners to create gra­phic rep­re­sen­ta­ti­ons of collec­tions and visu­als to pre­sent their trends.

 

FASHION DESIGN (B.A.) FACTS

The start of stu­dies in the inter­na­tio­nal bache­lor pro­gramme in Fashion Design (B.A.) is the win­ter semes­ter. App­li­ca­ti­ons will be accep­ted throug­hout the year. Due to the basic spe­cia­list know­ledge requi­red, app­li­cants must have pre­viously ent­e­red a study pro­gram at ano­t­her hig­her edu­ca­tion insti­tu­tion and be able to speak English. The study pro­gram is open to both Ger­man and inter­na­tio­nal stu­dents.

 

App­li­ca­tion Form

Bache­lor

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If you need any advice on choo­sing your study pro­gram or help with your app­li­ca­tion, please con­tact our sup­port ser­vices.

Con­tact AMD BER­LIN

MAR­LENE SCHEF­FEL
Study pro­gram advi­sor
T: +49 (0)30 – 58 58 308-26
marlene.scheffel@amdnet.de

MAR­TINA FRAN­ZEN
App­li­ca­tion advi­sor
T: +49 (0)30 – 58 58 308-20
martina.franzen@amdnet.de