Fashion MA: Knit offers a specialism in an area for which Kingston University has recognised success.
Students will follow the same programme as MA Fashion, however specialist projects will be offered within existing modules to those students wishing to specialise in knit.
MA Fashion has close links with industry including:
Kingston University has two digital knit machines with a fully trained knit technician. Facilities also include dubied machines, domestic knit machines, electronic linkers and overlockers.
Graduates can expect to accept positions as Knitwear designers, textile/swatch designer, fashion designer, yarn developer, research and development, retail and marketing.
Students who wish to follow the Fashion MA: Knit pathway should apply for Fashion MA and state their preference for Fashion MA: Knit at their interview.