In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.
Through learning about critical processes like dyeing, weaving and fabric design, students seeking an education in the textile industry may be able to form the skillsets needed to perform admirably in several careers in the future. Some of these may include footwear designer, garment technologist and head of innovation.
Subjects: Basis and fancy pattern making. Grading. Cut and manufacturing techniques, Lectra CAD Suite
Duration: 160 lessons 480 hours
Attendance: From Tuesday to Friday from 9.00 to 12.00, Tuesday from 14.30 to 17.30
Enrollment: Until June. Limited number.
Subjects: Basis and fancy pattern making. Grading. Cut and manufacturing techniques, Lectra CAD Suite.
Professional outlets: Companies producing clothes, fashion workshops, self-employment.
Basic skirt - 12 fancy skirts from sketches and fashion illustrations.
Basic trousers - 6 pairs of fancy trousers from sketches and fashion illustrations.
Shirt and blouse with tailored sleeves and fancy collars.
6 patterns blouses (raglan, Kimono sleeves, etc.).
Semi-loose-fitting dress with breast dart. 8 fancy dresses from sketches -and fashion illustrations.
Anatomically designed top with breast dart and tailored sleeves. 24 fancy transformations.
Anatomically designed top with raglan sleeves, drop sleeves, kimono -sleeves with gusset, etc.
Basic Man's jacket with casual revers and two-piece sleeves.
Woman's jacket with breast dart. 6 fancy jackets from sketches and -fashion illustrations.
Basic heavy jacket with raglan sleeves. Coat for men.
6 fancy coats and heavy jackets from sketches and fashion illustrations.
Pattern layout from sketches and pictures of evening and wedding dresses.