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Business & management, and science:

the future is founded on a critical understanding of the creative industries. Refine your ability to research and analyse. Build bridges across disciplines, from marketing and strategy to psychology and scientific experimentation.

London College of Communication
BA (Hons) Design Management Opens in a new window.
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.
  • Graphic collage with various textures, abstractly depicting a building lined street.
    'The Welcome Space' by Lizzie Connor, BA (Hons) Design Management and Cultures, London College of Communication
  • Detailed graphic with small text and thin lines against black background. Representing connections between industries and people.
    'More than Human-Centred Futures' by Magdalena Obmalko, BA (Hons) Design Management and Cultures, London College of Communication
  • Student work showing woman wearing red make up and white clothes on red background
    Amy Louise Dixon and Clea Veronique Brockes, BSc (Hons) Fashion Management, London College of Fashion
  • Jaz Martell, BA (Hons) Fashion Visual Merchandising and Branding, London College of Fashion

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

See more information on our Pre-degree courses page.

Student spotlight:

Ngoc

"The best learning adventures can take place outside of the classroom, so my advice to new students is go out and explore. Get involved. Go to events, make friends, join societies. Make the most of your time as a student."

For Ngoc, finding a course that fulfilled her desire for knowledge and academic challenges were the most important factors in her university decision. Based on this, she decided that BA (Hons) Design Management at London College of Communication was the right course for her.

“My course is a great balance between practical and theoretical studies and involves learning about the creative, business and management areas of design too.”

One of the best things about being a UAL student for Ngoc has been the freedom to create, whether that’s a book cover, a film or an essay. The relationships she has built with her coursemates has also been particularly positive.

"A highlight has also been my own development in terms of learning how to ask the right questions and figuring out my strengths and weakness."

Ngoc thinks that London is the best classroom, as one of the most dynamic and multicultural cities in the world.

“You can learn about everything from politics and culture to history and art, just by taking a walk. So my advice is to walk more slowly and take a closer look – you’ll learn more than you think.”

Ngoc Trieu
BA (Hons) Design Management (previously BA (Hons) Design Management and Cultures), London College of Communication

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