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Fashion business:

fashion commerce is fast-paced and multi-faceted, ranging from independent makers to global enterprises. Use trends and behavioural analysis to forge your own unique path into the industry, with innovation, entrepreneurship and collaboration.

London College of Fashion
BA (Hons) Fashion Buying and Merchandising Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Visual Merchandising and Branding Opens in a new window.
BSc (Hons) Fashion Management Opens in a new window.
BSc (Hons) Psychology of Fashion Opens in a new window.
MSc Cosmetic Science (Integrated Masters) Opens in a new window.
MSc Strategic Fashion Management (Integrated Masters) Opens in a new window.
  • Female student styling female model with long chains of gold jewellery. Work by Tea Galastri on BSc (Hons) Fashion Management course at London College of Fashion.
    Tea Galastri, BSc (Hons) Fashion Management, London College of Fashion
  • Close-up shop shot of jewellery with dangling eye charms and a string of pearls. Work by Tea Galastri on BSc (Hons) Fashion Management course at London College of Fashion.
    Tea Galastri, BSc (Hons) Fashion Management, London College of Fashion
  • Student work showing black, blue, orange and pink lipsticks
    Florence Adepoju, MSc Cosmetic Science (Integrated Masters), London College of Fashion
  • Pop-up lab showcasing MSc Cosmetic Science (Integrated Masters) course, London College of Fashion

The courses in this list are at undergraduate degree level. London College of Fashion also offers the following courses in this subject area at pre-degree level to international students:

See the Pre-degree courses page for more information.

Student spotlight:

Tabby

"UAL is such a free place to be: you can be who you want, dress how you want and learn what you want."

Tabby studied Textiles, Media and Business at school before joining UAL. She chose her course because of the freedom it gave her to explore her own interests and make the most of life in London.

“UAL is such a free place to be: you can be who you want, dress how you want and learn what you want. Studying in London means I’m always going to fashion events and exhibitions which help me with my projects. My friends and I have tried so many cool food places since we started – and we’re still going!

One of the most useful parts of my course has been visiting and researching luxury designer stores. It’s helped me see how they work and how much visual merchandising is incorporated into the fashion industry without people realising.”

Tabby Ullah
BA (Hons) Fashion Visual Merchandising and Branding, London College of Fashion

Images © Alys Tomlinson