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BA (Hons) Fashion Design

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full time, sandwich year (optional)

Birmingham City University 1 location: City Centre Campus

See this course at the Birmingham City University website

  • £17,000

    Average salary six months after the course

    Data from 200 students.

    54% of those surveyed responded

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    There was not enough data to publish information specifically for this course. This may be because the course size is small, or because it is a new course. For this reason, the data displayed is for all students in Design studies across the last two years.

    Typical salary range: £15,000.00 - £20,000.00

    Half of the salaries earned by people finishing the course are in this range.

    Average salary across the UK after taking a similar course

    £17,000.00 after six months (salary range: £15,000.00 - £20,000.00)

    £20,000.00 after 40 months (salary range: £18,000.00 - £25,000.00)

  • 90%

    Go on to work and/or study

    Data from 70 students.

    78% of those surveyed responded

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    This is what students are doing six months after finishing the course.

    Chart labels explained

    Now working: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were in work six months after finishing the course.

    Doing further study: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were undertaking further study six months after finishing the course.

    Studying and working: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were working and studying six months after finishing the course.

    Unemployed: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and had not provided us with employment information

    Other: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were not working or studying for various reasons.

    Preparation for future employment: Birmingham City University

  • Employment six months after the course

    Data from 65 students.

    78% of those surveyed responded

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    Chart labels explained

    In a professional or managerial job: Percentage of those employed who are in a professional or managerial job after finishing the course.

    Not in a professional or managerial job: Percentage of those employed who are not in a professional or managerial job after finishing the course.

    In an unknown job type: Percentage of those employed after finishing the course but employment type is not known.

  • Most common jobs

    Common jobs are determined using a standard mapping of all jobs to 51 broad job types.

    Data from 65 students.

    78% of those surveyed responded

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    These are the most common job types students do six months after finishing the course.

    Job %
    Sales occupations 47%
    Design occupations 31%
    Business and public service associate professionals 6%
    Administrative occupations 5%
    Artistic, literary and media occupations 3%
    Skilled trades occupations 3%
    Animal care and control services 2%
    Customer service occupations 2%
    Elementary occupations 2%
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