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UCA is the number one creative specialist university in the UK, offering pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Creative Arts, Business and Technology. Highest placed creative university, the second highest modern university and are in the top 25 of all UK universities in The Guardian University Guide 2019.

The innovative BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles course offers you the freedom to explore print through a wide range of design-led projects. You’ll develop the visual, creative and practical skills you need to work in contemporary practice, where your printed designs could be realized as anything from a catwalk collection, fabric design or accessories, through to fashion-led interiors. 

BA (HONS) Film & Digital Art course offers an alternative to traditional film production courses, bridging the gap between film and fine art. This unique course places an emphasis on exploring the creative and conceptual possibilities of moving image, photography and hybrid digital practices.

he Pearson BTEC Higher National Diploma provides a specialist work-related programme of study that covers the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required in the Art & Design (Fashion) sector and also offers particular specialist emphasis through specialist units. Whereas Learners studying the Pearson BTEC HND will be able to progress to a degree top-up in Art & DesignThe qualification also prepares learners for employment in the Art & Design Fashion and Film & Digital Arts sector. 

Department of Art & Design

UCA Fashion Textile: ucaft@tmuc.edu.pk
UCA Film & Digital Arts: ucafda@tmuc.edu.pk
HN Fashion: hnft@tmuc.edu.pk
HN Creative Media: hncm@tmuc.edu.pk
051-4866181 Ext: 117
Offered at: ISB | RWP | LHE | KHI
HN Intake: January & September
UCA Intake: September
HN Registration: Pearson
UCA Registration: University for the Creative Arts

EligibilityStudent Guide

Pearson Higher Nationals:

HN Creative Media Production
HN Fashion Textile

Credit Hours: 240
Guided Learning Hours: 800
Independent Study Hours: 1600
Duration: 2-3 Years
Mode of Study: Full Time
Monthly Reviews | Industry Engagement | Formative & Summative Assessment

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UCA Degree Programmes

BA (Hons) Film & Digital Art
BA (Hons) Fashion Textile

Credit Hours: 360
Guided Learning Hours: 1200
Independent Study Hours: 2400
Duration: 3-5 Years
Mode of Study: Full Time
Monthly Reviews | Industry Engagement | Formative & Summative Assessment

Apply NowLearn More FTLearn More FDA

UCA Degree Programmes

BA (Hons) Film & Digital Art
BA (Hons) Fashion Textile

Credit Hours: 360
Guided Learning Hours: 1200
Independent Study Hours: 2400
Duration: 3-5 Years
Mode of Study: Full Time
Monthly Reviews | Industry Engagement | Formative & Summative Assessment

Apply Now

Learn More FT

Learn More FDA

Pearson Higher Nationals:

HN Creative Media Production
HN Fashion Textile

Credit Hours: 240
Guided Learning Hours: 800
Independent Study Hours: 1600
Duration: 2-3 Years
Mode of Study: Full Time
Monthly Reviews | Industry Engagement | Formative & Summative Assessment

Apply Now

Learn More FT

Learn More CMP

In the absence of a physical exhibition at this point in time, this website will provide an opportunity to browse the work of our final year students. The courses on show cover a range of artistic disciplines and encourage creative work across multiple media and genres. Accumulating from years of creative development and hard work pieces range from Fashion ,textiles ,film and digital art designed with innovation and functionality in mind.

When we work with students we lay down the foundations of the design process from in-depth research, through experimental development, to finessed outcomes. Core skills in traditional processes such as dye submilmation and screen printing feature alongside digital technologies and emerging smart materials. We set students challenging briefs that address societal issues, pushing them to consider how they, as material designers, can design solutions to issues around materials, production and consumer culture.

We do not focus on trend but rather allow students to explore projects that help them develop a portfolio geared to their individual plans and aspirations. By their final year we see an exciting breadth of work that demonstrate the practical craft skills and design thinking approach that students have developed throughout their time with us. Projects cover the interior environment, commercial and domestic, the body, education, health and wellbeing, material research and much more. This year themes around material use, circular economy and conscious consumption are prevalent.

These final projects draw on our graduands’ experiences and reflect their dreams for the future. They deserve the warmest of congratulations for producing such a beautiful body of work.

  • Aroj Khawaja
  • Meeshaelfatima
  • Ushna
  • Sumbal Saghir
  • Sibgha
  • Nimra Zahid
  • Merry Tahir
  • Marwa Bukhari
  • Juniad Javed
  • Hania Naqvi
  • Hajra Feroz
  • Fatima Noor
  • Zarnish Sohail
  • Zainab Naveed
  • Shanzey Rashid
  • Shan-e-Zahra
  • Shahzana Masood
  • Schazza
  • Laiba Nayab
  • Jaweria Farooq
  • Iqra Iqbal
  • Haleem Zahid
  • Ezza Khan
  • Ayesha
  • Aroj Khawaja
  • Yashfa
  • Sarah
  • Reija Fatima
  • Shayan Shayman
  • Saleha Iftikhar
  • Durfishan
  • Mehak