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FE & HE fashion courses
There are many ways to start your own business in fashion with many deciding to enter via Higher Education and Further Education. Higher education (often abbreviated "HE") is education provided by universities, vocational universities such as liberal arts colleges, community colleges, and technical colleges and other collegial institutions that award academic degrees, such as career colleges. Further education (often abbreviated "FE") is post-secondary, post-compulsory education (in addition to that received at secondary school). It may be at the same level, at a higher level, or at a lower level than secondary education, anything from basic training to Higher National and Foundation Degree. Here we review a cross section of educational establishments that offer a wide range of fashion related courses.

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Higher Education Fashion Courses
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Apprenticeships are becoming more popular amongst the businesses as it gives a chance for people train alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills and be paid during the process.
The Arts Institute at Bournemouth
The Arts Institute at Bournemouth, established in 1885 is one of only twelve specialist education institutions in the UK devoted solely to the study of the arts. Such providers are widely recognised as offering the best education in art and design.
Kingston University London
The Cox Review of Creativity in Business (2005), commissioned by the UK government, cites design as: “what links creativity and innovation, it shapes ideas to become practical and attractive propositions for users or customers.”
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