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Video: Creative Skillset accredits four more fashion courses

Making the Cut: The Creative Skillset Fashion Tick Network

Creative Skillset has awarded four more BA (Hons) fashion courses with its ‘Tick’ mark, which it awards to degree courses that it says provide the best preparation for a career in the creative industries.

The new courses are based at the Arts University of Bournemouth, University of the West of England, University of Salford and Norwich University of the Arts.

They join existing Tick accredited courses at Birmingham City University, Kingston University, Manchester School of Art, Northbrook College, Nottingham Trent University, University of Huddersfield and University of Westminster.

Creative Skillset industry panel members designer Betty Jackson, Hobbs creative director Sandy Verdon and John Lewis design manager for womenswear and accessories Iain Ewing discuss how and why the organisation awards the Tick mark. 

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