03 May Choosing a Fashion Design School
A recall of a fashion design school brings back some good memories to me because, in every organization, the people you work with, share impressions and knowledge with, and built relationships with will vary but all with the shared passion for fashion…
When we are in the sense of considering what are the basic factors that tends to unite generations, and differentiate them from all others, it will always be an overriding sense of design and fashion which are in vogue at the time. In order for each and every generation to have a distinctive fashion style and to overcome every possibility, then we have to have fashion designers who are there taking the lead in shaping and building the fashion of today. Interestingly, if you are one of those who have a strong interest in the world of fashion, then going to school that meets your passion is a fantastic way of taking a step on the journey to turning your interest into a career.
These aspects will set the foundation and criteria you need to start your career in the fashion world in meeting key people such as business partners, employees or employers, begins with the relationships you form in fashion design school. There are quite a number of fashion design schools around the world. One of those is located in London- the central Saint Martins College of Art and Design is one of the most famous schools. Other famous schools in London are The Royal College of Arts and the London College of Fashion. In other locations are such famous schools as the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Parsons the New School for Design in New York City and AIU in Los Angeles.
You see, there are countless design schools you can enroll yourself in. Here are some tips on how to choose your fashion design school.
First is to list the things you will need to look into, such as tuition, programs offered-make sure that your field of fashion is offered, degree levels offered, tuition, placement record and many more that you might think of. Use this list in your search to find the right school.
Second, list the schools you are interested with and visit those. If a personal visit isn’t possible, a video or virtual tour online may suffice.
Now here’s a good part, if you feel like wanting for a scholarship then you can visit the Internet and apply for grants and scholarships you may be eligible for while you wait to hear from the schools applied to. Remember, patience is a virtue.
With all the information from these three options you will consider, if you make sure that you do your research both online and with your local education board, they can give you and provide overview of what other schools can offer, but once you have this information speak to the colleges themselves, and they can give you much more detail on the courses. As what I have said earlier-patience is a virtue. Just a simple note to remember, dreams can only be untrue the moment you stop believing in it-go and seek for it.
Prince P Gebauer