Bachelor of Fashion (Design)

Study Area

Art and Design

Study Level



RMIT University



Course Detail



Intake Time


Standard Duration

3 Years

About the Course

In this practical and creative degree, you'll be exposed to different areas of design and design methods, you'll refine your practice, and you'll learn to apply your skills to garments, communication material, artefacts, and more. Covering diverse and contemporary global practice, you’ll learn about commercial, niche, luxury and emerging markets, and cross-disciplinary areas of practice. You will also be able to select a minor specialisation in textile design, enterprise or sustainable innovation, allowing you to customise your studies according to your interests and career goals. As a student, you’ll be encouraged to create ethical design propositions and use cross-disciplinary strategies to drive global and competitive practice. As a graduate, you will have comprehensive knowledge in fashion design, preparing you for a wide range of existing and new industry contexts, jobs of the future, or further study. RMIT students and graduates receive national design awards, scholarships, and invitations to participate in national and international showcases, events and exhibitions, including: Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) National Graduate Showcase Melbourne Fashion Week (M/FW) Student Collections Runway Graduate Fashion Week (GFW) London International Catwalk iD Dunedin Emerging Designer Award Design Institute of Australia (DIA) Graduate of the Year Award (GOTYA) The RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles is globally recognised, and ranked among the Business of Fashion’s The Best Fashion Schools in the World, Undergraduate Fashion Design Programs in 2019.


Average Score


6.5 (6.0)

Background Requirements


RMIT University

Institute Ranking

#223 in QS World University Rankings 2021, #15 in Australia

Program Ranking

#1 in Australia for Art & Design, #11 in the world. *QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020