Diploma of Fashion Design

LCI Melbourne

Course details

CRICOS course code: 0102086

Level of study: Career Based/Vocational

Summary

The LCI Melbourne Fashion Design Higher Education Diploma provides the conceptual foundation and technical skills needed to become an entry level creative professional in the fashion design industry.

Take your creative ideas and have them realised into a fashion collection. Ensure you are industry ready and employable with a Diploma in Fashion Design.

Develop the conceptual framework and technical skills needed to thrive as a creative professional in the fashion design industry. Gain an understanding of fabric handling and manipulation, commercial manufacturing, branding and distribution.

Integrate applied design processes in a program centralised around idea generation, producing creative briefs and addressing contextual factors.

You can:

  • Study the standalone Fashion Design Diploma in just one year over three trimesters, full time.
  • Use the Diploma as a foundation for a direct pathway into our unique Bachelor of Design Arts degree. After completing the full Diploma, you can get credit for the first three trimesters of the Degree with a major in the aligned discipline.
  • Use the Diploma as an entry pathway to work in the field that you love. We provide extensive career support to help find a position that is right for you.

Fashion Diploma Course Objectives

  • Understanding and application of fashion design principles.
  • Enhance creative skills and gain practical experience with industry facing briefs and projects.
  • Garment construction through applied design processes, from idea generation to execution.
  • Develop an understanding of manufacturing, logistics, marketing and distribution.
  • Build relationships with industry experts through networking and placement opportunities.

Prospective Student Profile

  • Creative
  • Interest in fashion and fashion trends
  • Innovative thinker

Course Learning Outcomes

Knowledge

  • Knowledge of the context, concepts, and design principles of the Fashion Design field
  • Knowledge and awareness of design practice, and industry standards and expectations for Fashion Design

Skills

  • Cognitive skills to analyse and evaluate information, concepts and ideas for Fashion Design projects
  • Creative and technical skills to develop ideas appropriate for different Fashion Design outcomes and markets
  • Visual, verbal and creative communication skills to present information in professional formats

Application of knowledge and skills

  • Through the practice of appropriate and effective ideas generation and decision-making within commercial and creative environments
  • Through the identification and evaluation of effective professional Fashion Design practices aligned to appropriate client briefs
  • With responsibility and accountability for their own professional practice and in collaboration with others within a Fashion Design environment

Possible Careers after studying Fashion Design diploma

  • Pattern-maker
  • Fashion Design Assistant
  • Fashion Retail and Marketing
  • Production Manager
  • Garment Technician
  • Fashion Designer/Label Intern

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Tuition Fees (AUD $) Start date Duration Campus
31,900 Per Year Contact institution 1 year
Read more1 year (3 trimesters)

Full time
LCI Melbourne
150 Oxford Street
Melbourne Victoria 3066
Australia
31,900 Per Year
Read moreThe indicative annual tuition fee is based upon a student enrolling in 100% full time study load.
23 Sep 2022 1 year
Read more1 year (3 trimesters)

Self study / online (without attendance)
LCI Melbourne
150 Oxford Street
Melbourne Victoria 3066
Australia

Entry criteria

  • Evidence of satisfactory completion of VCE or year 12 equivalent or work experience equivalence;
  • is aged 18 and over;
  • Proof of English Proficiency (IELTS score of 6.0 with no skills band lower than 5.5 or equivalent like TOEFL, Pearson Test of English or CAE).

Address

LCI Melbourne
150 Oxford Street
Melbourne Victoria 3066
Australia
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