Studying Fashion at Salford
So you’ve applied to study Fashion, we've made you an offer, but you’re still deciding or have further questions?
We want to make sure you have all the information you need as you get ready to study at Salford. We hope the information below helps you in your decision making. If you have any further questions, simply get in touch with us at email@example.com or at 0161 295 4545.
Why should you study fashion at the University of Salford?
From fashion designers and make-up artists (who present at New York and London Fashion Weeks), to buyers and designers for multimillion-pound brands, our degrees prepare you for the working world.
Our graduates and alumni have worked with organisations such as H&M, River Island, Adidas, Zara and more.
You'll have the opportunity to make industry contacts while you study.
Purpose-built design studios
State-of-the-art digital and traditional printing resources
Computer suites with industry-standard software
Read blogs about our students, graduates and alumni
How can I prepare for my fashion course?
Before you start the course, we will send you a letter with recommendations on books and magazines which will help you to prepare for the course. In the meantime you can read lots of fashion magazines. Dazed & Confused and Purple are good places to start. You can also research fashion photographers.
What will my timetable in first year look like?
First year students are in four days a week. Typically the contact hours are 9.30am-4.30pm, although some days may be shorter. There is normally one full day free a week to enable students to participate in extra-curricular activities or work part-time.
Is this course suitable for students that commute?
Yes! There is lots of support for commuter students at Salford. We have two Commuter Hubs which are designated areas on campus for commuters who want somewhere to study away from the library, make/eat their own food, or even play some Xbox games! Alongside that we have excellent transport links - there is reasonable parking on campus, there is a train station next to Peel Park Campus and there are buses running every few minutes into Manchester and going into Greater Manchester.
Need more general information?
Find out more about accomodation, finance, and wellbeing and support on our Offer Holder Hub.