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Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HND Level 5

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    Level 5

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    Two Years

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    Boston

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    September 2019

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The Pearson BTEC Level 5 Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HND is a work-related qualification for students taking their first steps into employment, or for those already in employment and seeking career development opportunities.

The purpose of Pearson BTEC Higher Nationals in Fashion and Textile is to develop students as professional, self-reflecting individuals able to meet the demands of employers in the creative industries sector and adapt to a constantly changing world.

The course has been designed to meet the needs of the contemporary creative industries. This dynamic and rapidly changing sector of the global economy covers a wide range of subjects, including those of fashion.

The pathways of this qualification are intended to provide students with opportunities to explore the creative industries through a focused curriculum that prepares them for further degree-level studies or working in the industry.

What will I do?

During the first year of your Level 5 Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HND you will study the Level 4 Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HNC, the core units you will study are:

  • Professional Development
  • Contextual Studies
  • Individual Project (Pearson set unit)
  • Techniques and Processes

Specialist mandatory units for the HNC include:

  • Computer Aided Design
  • Fashion and Textile Practices

During your second year of the Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HND the core units you will study are:

  • Professional Practice
  • Applied Practice Collaborative Project

Plus a mandatory unit from a ‘specialist pathway’:

  • Advanced Fashion Studies

Plus three chosen optional units that will be discussed with your tutor to suit your preferred pathway.

You will have access to Boston College’s creative art facilities which include, art studios and workshop, textiles and fashion equipment such as sewing machines, embroidery machine, Computer Aided design equipment, Apple Mac computers and industry standard software, digital SLR cameras, iPads.

The entry requirements for the Level 5 Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HND are a Merit or Distinction at Level 3 in a related subject, or Access to HE qualification, or an A level equivalent (minimum 80 new UCAS points) in related subjects.

You will also need to have GCSEs in English and Maths at grade 4 (C) or above, or Functional Skills Level 2 and/or minimum IELTS score of 6.

Individual cases will be considered, as well as relevant work experience will also be taken in to consideration if you fall outside of any of the above entry qualifications.

If you are concerned about the above entry requirements an alternative course available is the Level 3 Art and Design Extended Diploma.

The Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HND will take you two years to complete. You will attend College two days a week, 9:30am-4:30pm.

Please note, the HND can also be studied as a one year top-up if you already hold a relevant HNC.

Independent study will also be necessary.

The Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles Pathway) HND course fees will be:
HNC, Year 1 (2019) - £5550
HND, Year 2 (2020) - £5550

Fees may vary depending on personal circumstances, please enquire for further information.

You can apply for a student loan to cover the costs of course fees. You may also be able to apply for various grants and loans to support your learning. Specific advice regarding student loans and other benefits can be obtained from www.gov.uk/student-finance

The careers team based in College can also assist your application. Please contact them via the Information Line on 01205 313218.

International and EU Students, please contact the International Office on +44 (0)1205 313212 or enquiry@boston.ac.uk for details on fees.

Please note that all fees are subject to change.

The assessment of Pearson’s Higher National qualifications are criterion-referenced and you will provide evidence in the form of assignments, which are assessed against the unit learning outcomes and assessment criteria.

  • Assignments
  • Group work
  • Case studies
  • Course work
  • Presentations
  • Work based evidence

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If you live outside of the UK and would like to apply for this course, please complete the International Enquiry Form.

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