Information Session: Bachelor of Fashion (Enterprise)

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  • Explore what the Bachelor of Fashion (Enterprise) program offers regarding the program structure and career prospects.
  • Meet RMIT lecturers and have all your program and career pathway questions answered by the experts.
  • See firsthand what the classrooms are like with interactive workshops, delivered by RMIT international academics.
  • Learn more about our admissions procedure and scholarships.


Demo workshop

Zero Waste Fashion: The “one fabric” fashion

Join the workshop and learn how to make a pair of trousers simply yourself through a mini-mockup in paper-back fabric, following a Zero-Waste Patternmaking Technique and basic fashion design techniques and skills such as ideation, drawing and pattern cutting.

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Bachelor of Fashion (Enterprise)

This program will equip you with the knowledge and skills to become a creative leader in the contemporary fashion industry. You will develop the essential skills to identify and solve problems relating to fashion in diverse global contexts through creativity, critical thinking, and innovation. You will also engage with fashion enterprises by focusing on sustainable business models and developing an understanding of following areas:

  • Design and Product Development 
  • Retail and Merchandising 
  • Customer Relationship Management and Communication

Career Prospects:

  • Designing 
  • Range coordination
  • Product development and trend analysis
  • Buying and fashion retail management
  • Merchandising planning
  • Outsourcing and supply chain management
  • Quality assurance management
  • International trade and wholesaling
  • Visual merchandising
  • Fashion sustainability
  • Fashion marketing and communications
  • Digital fashion marketing

Year 1

Semester 1

  • Introduction to Fashion Enterprise
  • Digital Applications for Fashion Enterprise 1 
  • Fashion, Textiles, Place and Story

Semester 2

  • Introduction to Fashion Retailing 
  • Introduction to Fashion Marketing
  • Fashion Product Specifications

Semester 3

  • Fashion Consumer Insights 
  • Fashion Product Specifications
  • Program elective 1**

 Year 2

Semester 4

  • Digital Applications for Fashion Enterprise 2 
  • Program elective 2** 
  • General elective 1*

Semester 5

  • Fashion Range Development  
  • Program elective 3**

Semester 6

  • Global Fashion Sourcing 
  • Program elective 4** 
  • General elective 2*

 Year 3

Semester 7

  • Fashion Enterprise Creation 
  • Program elective 5** 
  • Program elective 6**

Semester 8

  • Fashion Enterprise Partnered Project
  • Program elective 7**

Semester 9

  • Fashion Enterprise Project Launch

Fashion Enterprise Project Launch: In this course, students can either take an internship or submit a proposal for a major project.

Design and Product Development stream

  • Introduction to Fashion Design
  • Fashion Product Development
  • Fashion Textile Technology
  • Computing for Fashion Design and Product Development 
  • Pattern Cutting for Production
  • Cultural and Contemporary Vietnamese Textile

Retail and Merchandising stream

  • Fashion Retail Experience Design 
  • Fashion Sustainability Compliance
  • Fashion Buying Strategies
  • Apparel Quality Management

Customer Relationship Management and Communication stream

  • Fashion Media Communication 
  • Fashion Enterprise Global Experience  
  • Fashion and Luxury Brand Management  
  • The Fashion Workplace  
  • Digital Fashion Marketing Strategies

Why study Fashion - Enterprise program at RMIT?

Globally recognised degree: ranked #1 in Australia and #15 in the globe for Arts & Design

Strong industry connections and engagement

Scholarships valued 50% of tuition fees 

Global exchange programs at 200+ university partners in 40 countries or transfer at RMIT Melbourne

Fashion Soft Lab - access to the latest fashion-creation equipment

Flexible curriculum with multi-disciplinary electives 

Our Faculty

Our Alumni


Global study experience in 40 countries

List of some typical universities:

  • University of Leeds
  • University of Arts, London - London College of Fashion
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC)
  • Mod’Art International and Paris Fashion School
  • Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA)
  • Konstfack - University of Arts, Crafts and Design
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology
  • Toronto Metropolitan University


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