*Between the 29th of June and 12th of July first year A Level students will need to undertake work experience
- A collection of coursework (practical and contextual work with gradual progression towards individual ways of working). Coursework is developed through personal research and first-hand experience as well as selected secondary source materials
- An externally set assignment (exam)
- From a wide range of starting points set by the awarding body you prepare your work and then resolve your ideas in an exam
Fashion Textile Design is complementary to all other A Level Art and Design and academic subjects. Those of you with in interest in textile technology may also choose to study Physics, Chemistry or IT.
What grades will I need?
Five GCSEs at A*-C/9-4 (including a C/5 or above in English and in a creative subject and a portfolio of Art and Design work)
BTEC Level 2 qualifications considered in subject related courses.
Where will it lead me?
- Progression onto a pre-degree Foundation Diploma in Art and Design
- Apprenticeship / Retail management opportunities
- A Foundation or an Honours Degree in: Textile Design, Surface Pattern; Fashion Design; Accessory Design, Shoes, Millinery; Interior Design; Costume for the Screen and Stage; Fashion Styling, Retail, Marketing
- Fashion Menswear
- Apparel and Footwear
- Textile Surface Pattern
- Costume Design and Constructed Art Textiles
- Fashion Marketing and Styling