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Collaborative Projects with Industry

Projects with design industry where our Fashion Design and Marketing students are able to gain valuable experience of working to real live briefs.

Collaborative Projects enable our students to gain valuable experience by working with some of the world’s leading international companies and cutting-edge consultancies – both the private and public, and at the same time giving you the time, space and resource to explore your ideas, test concepts and create new ways of thinking and doing in an environment where risk is minimised and the non-conformist thinking and doing is possible.

The following Fashion Design and Marketing student collaborative projects provide a small snapshot of the kind of work we have been involved in.

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UCAS Code W231

Level of Study Undergraduate

Mode of Study 4 years with placement

Location City Campus, Northumbria University

City Newcastle

Start September 2023 or September 2024

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