Course Overview

‘Our Fashion Design program is curated to develop students into creative thinkers who translate their ideas and experiences into design collections. They develop professional competencies, creatives insights and understanding of trends, materials and fabrics. This enables them to respond to demands of customers and brands.

Students are equipped to develop an in-depth understanding of the designer’s role in the contemporary fashion industry. Career prospects in a global fashion industry are enhanced by national and international exposure, real-time projects and mentoring by industry experts.

Students get hands-on experience on how the fashion world functions and evolves and are also encouraged towards experiential learning with new methodologies. In collaboration with FDCI, the final year students get a unique experience of showcasing their collection at a leading fashion week with exposure to employers and top designers.


Visual Culture | Material Culture | Media Culture & Design Culture

An explorative level that develops a strong foundation of a creative voice and multiple skills required for fashion professionals.
Contextualisation of Fashion | Exploration of Different Design Tools and Methods | Fashion Languages and Design Aptitude | Approach to Industrial Machinery

An unwavering focus on developing the relationship between the learner and the industry. Every student will undergo a live project (cross-disciplinary) and obtain valuable international experience.
Professional Application of Methods and Tools | Computer-Aided Design (CAD) | Industry-Related Projects | Relevance of Social Media | International Lab

Every student will undergo a Professional Practice and Final Project session before their final portfolio display.
Developing a Specialist Collection | Advance Garment Construction | Career Mentoring | Work-Integrated Learning | Final Design Project | Making a Professional Portfolio

Students' Work

Have a glance at some of the stellar work executed by our students.


An Italian origin fashion designer, he has lived and studied out of England which helped him develop an eclectic signature, accuracy for details, and a new-age approach to design. His curiosity and aptitude to learn about the various facets of design have allowed him to win two prestigious competitions, namely the 2003 Award as the "Young Designer Of The Year" in Bristol and the 2008 Award of being an "Emerging Talent In Rome.

- Message from Dean

Career Path

Our 360° comprehensive learning-based model opens up multiple avenues and opportunities for students.

  • Garment Technologist

  • Retail Buyer

  • Fashion Illustrator

  • Merchandisers

  • Textile/Fabric Designers

  • Fashion Stylist

  • Creative Head for Fashion Boutique

  • Fashion Blogger

  • Accessory Designer

  • Fashion Consultant