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THE SWEDISH SCHOOL OF TEXTILES

BA Fashion Design

180 credits, Full time 100%, Borås

Description

In this programme, you learn to master the entire design process: from idea to finished fashion product, both traditionally and more experimentally. After graduation, you could start working directly at a fashion company. These students become the designers of the future with a full grasp on sustainability and how to develop and improve the field.

Entry requirements

General admission requirements and specific admission requirements. The following specific admission requirements apply for education leading to a Bachelor of Arts: (i) artistic design ability to work, experiment, illustrate and realise textile and other elements in an expressive manner, in order to convey intended ideas in a comprehensible manner, (ii) technical ability in textile techniques, e.g. weaving, printing, sewing, embroidery, knitting or other textile constructions, (iii) a certain degree of critical theoretical knowledge within the field of textiles and design.

Verified knowledge of English corresponding to the course English B/6 in the Swedish Upper Secondary School. For further information about English language proficiency requirements, please view: http:www.hb.se/en/International-student/Application-and-Admission/Admission-Process/English-language-proficiency/

An application portfolio with specific application samples, with the intention of testing and demonstrating the above admission requirements, will be announced in January of the same year for admission in the autumn. For textile design education, there will also be a significant emphasis on design research, experimentation for the artistic development of design ideas, experiments and technique training in studios and workshops. It is therefore important that the application portfolio demonstrates an ability to develop ideas from visual research (material gathering and working with source materials) into interesting finished work (composition and technical skill).

Adam Billy Hansen

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Alice Gruvander

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Alice Jardesten

Alice Jardesten

#Fashion #2018 #Bachelor

Ann-Maj Risgaard

#Fashion #2021 #Bachelor

August Gille

#Fashion #2018 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Axel Backlund

Axel Backlund

#Fashion #2018 #Bachelor

Beatrice Stenmark

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Caroline Ingeholm

#Fashion #2022 #Master

Image of collection by Cornelia Ferm

Cornelia Ferm

#Fashion #2020 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Courtney Makins

Courtney Makins

#Fashion #2019 #Master

Image of collection by Ebba Andersson

Ebba Andersson

#Fashion #2018 #Bachelor

Ebba Hedlund

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Elin Arvidsson

#Fashion #2022 #Master

Image of collection by Elin Arvidsson

Elin Arvidsson

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Image of collection Fillings by Elin Blixt

Elin Blixt

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Image of collection Printograms – Prints Developed Directly onto Garments by Elin Holm

Elin Holm

#Fashion #2018 #Bachelor

Image of collection Over and out by Elin Meijer

Elin Meijer

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Elin Meijer

#Fashion #2021 #Master

Elin Westling

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Image of collection Conventional fashion by Ellen Larsson

Ellen Larsson

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Elmina Ekman

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Emilia Marklund

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Emma Granberg Silfors

Emma Granberg Silfors

#Fashion #2018 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Emma Gudmundsson

Emma Gudmundsson

#Fashion #2020 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Felixia Bexell

Felixia Bexell

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Filippa Svensson

#Fashion #2021 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Fredrik Möller

Fredrik Möller

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Freja Vesik

Freja Vesik

#Fashion #2020 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Hanna Isaksson

Hanna Isaksson

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Hanna Ryd

#Fashion #2021 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Hedda Carlsson

Hedda Carlsson

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Hedvig Ljungström

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Images from Stockholm Fashion Week

#Fashion #2022 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Irma Skjöth Hedlund

Irma Skjöth Hedlund

#Fashion #2019 #Master

Image of collection by Jennifer Alfaro

Jennifer Alfaro

#Fashion #2019 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Jennifer Jonsson Lundedal

Jennifer Jonsson Lundedal

#Fashion #2019 #Master

Image of collection by Johanna Larsson

Johanna Larsson

#Fashion #2020 #Bachelor

Image of collection by Jonas Gustavsson

Jonas Gustavsson

#Fashion #2020 #Bachelor