Ulster University

Degree level: Postgraduate

Fashion and Textile Retail Management (Taught)

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Course summary

The course develops resourceful, flexible, and creative managers and entrepreneurs to lead and innovate within the fashion and textile retail industry. You will increase your knowledge and understanding of the industry and be challenged to develop creative and innovative strategies, products, and systems to create a sustainable and commercially viable future vision for fashion and textile retail within a global environment. You will investigate contemporary issues within fashion and textile retailing including branding, disruptive technologies, innovative creative retail spaces, consumer retail experience and behaviour, trend prediction, ethics, sustainability, and potential futures. You will be supported by industry mentors, collaborative projects and industry and academic networking opportunities and will develop skills and knowledge in:

  • Project management
  • Creative business problem-solving
  • Visionary product and brand development
  • Organisational development strategies
  • Innovative retailing formats
You may also have the opportunity to engage with a range of optional practical workshops


Entry requirements

Applicants must hold a degree with at least 2ii Honours standard in any design practice, visual Arts or cognate subject or equivalent. Applicants are welcomed with degrees from different disciplines accompanied by a rationale for applying for the programme Applicants may wish to demonstrate their ability to undertake the course through the Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL). The programme supports and encourages continuing lifelong learning Applications from professionals with extensive professional, industrial and/or commercial experience but lacking recent or higher level academic qualifications. APL (Advanced Prior Learning) will be considered as evidence of exceptional ability appropriate to the course. Applicants will be required to provide a short written statement outlining their areas of interest, relevant experience, skills and knowledge and provide evidence that they can deal with the intellectual and practical rigours of the programme. Applicants may be required to attend for interview.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

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Fashion and Textile Retail Management at Ulster University - UCAS