NC, HNC and HND Fashion Business Management Courses at Fife College, Scotland Looking at a career in Fashion? Think Fife College.

Fashion Students learn pattern cutting, sewing, garment manufacture and fashion design at Fife College, ScotlandWelcome to the fashion department at Fife College, which has an excellent reputation for student achievement and progression into the beauty and fashion industries, self-employment and/or post-graduate study, as well as numerous national design competition winners and finalists.

Our excellent facilities in Glenrothes aim to provide a creative learning environment for our students studying fashion design, production and manufacture.

HND Fashion courses starting in August 2017:

Studying our expertly crafted courses you’ll have the opportunity to study a variety of units, including:

  • Fashion design and commercial design

  • Garment and pattern construction

  • Garment production techniques

  • Sewing

  • Display, store design and layout

  • Fashion merchandising

  • Garment concept design and manufacturing

  • Cutting and finishing techniques

  • Business and management

  • Design and textile technology

  • Retail and marketing

  • Portfolio production

  • Fashion forecasting

If you want to study for a fashion related degree, coming to Fife College can be the ideal starting point. We offer a range of articulation and progression routes to fashion degree courses at top universities across Scotland. What’s more, after completing your HND you can often enter the degree course at year 2 or year 3:

  • BA (Hons) Fashion Communication at Heriot-Watt University

  • BSc (Hons) Fashion Technology at Heriot-Watt University

  • BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing and Retailing at Heriot-Watt University

  • BA (Hons) Fashion Management at Robert Gordon University

  • BA/BA (Hons) International Fashion Business at Glasgow Caledonian University

  • BA/BA (Hons) International Fashion Branding at Glasgow Caledonian University

  • BA/BA (Hons) Management and Enterprise at Glasgow Caledonian University

A career in fashion can lead to many opportunities throughout Scotland, across the UK and even internationally:

  • Fashion designer

  • Fashion buyer

  • Fashion stylist

  • Fashion merchandising

  • Fashion retail

  • Visual merchandising

  • E-commerce

  • Retail management

  • Pattern cutter

  • Dressmaker/tailor

  • Self-employment

So if you live in Fife, Edinburgh, the Lothians, Stirling, Falkirk, Dundee or Angus and are looking for an exciting and fulfilling career in fashion, Think Fife College.

For more information, please contact our Student Information team on 0344 248 0115 or email