Postgraduate open days

Postgraduate open days

Central Saint Martins

Design: Cara Lloyd.

September 6, 2023
Postgraduate open days
Courses starting in January 2024
September 27, 2023
Central Saint Martins
Granary Building, 1 Granary Square
King’s Cross
N1C 4AA London
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Join us in-person on September 27 to find out more about our postgrdaduate courses starting in January 2024.

MA Fashion Communication, 10:30am–12pm
Over the last three decades, fashion has broadened its influence across the creative industries and many art forms. In parallel, new technologies have transformed how the fashion sector communicates with consumers. With the industry in this state of transition, it’s more important than ever to analyse the impact of new media and to explore the needs of new consumers. MA Fashion Communication at Central Saint Martins embodies these paradigm changes.

This in-person open day is a great way to find out more about MA Fashion Communication* at Central Saint Martins. You will get the opportunity to meet with the course team and take a tour of the College. 

MA Fashion Communication is for dynamic students looking to thrive within the industry at the highest level. The course offers three pathways: Fashion ImageFashion Journalism and Histories and Theories.

Book your place here.

*Please note that this event covers MA Fashion Communication only and will not cover MA Fashion.

Postgraduate courses in Culture and Enterprise, 5:30–8pm
MA Applied Imagination / MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise / MA Culture, Criticism, and Curation

The Culture and Enterprise programme at Central Saint Martins understands culture as both a creative output that fathoms an alternative and, in the anthropological sense, a way of life that determines human behaviours. We see enterprise as the process of creating value, whether it is social, political, cultural or economic, through new ideas, initiatives and strategies. Culture is a key to driving systemic change.

Academics and students in the programme benefit from exploring the intersections of culture and enterprise. Student curators learn and develop entrepreneurial skills to help them support artists more effectively and management students use design processes to find and solve intractable problems. Many graduates of the programme enter new and emerging professions, forging alliances with industry to contribute to future ecologies of institutions and ideas.

Book your place here.

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