The Bachelor of Vocation in Fashion Design programme is an amalgamation of strong technical skills required to work as an innovative practising fashion designer with a research-driven and hands-on approach. This programme focuses more on practical aspects of learning and proper implementation of an acquired set of skills. Entrepreneurial skills are inculcated, from the outset, within students.

As a future entrepreneur, the learner is taught to establish controlling links between various components of a venture e.g. government, finance, customers etc. Experiential learning and job shadowing situations support and prepare students for risk tolerance and to learn from mistakes.


3 years


  • Computer Applications,
  • Fundamentals of Art & Design,
  • Fashion Illustration and Design-I,
  • Textile Studies and Surface Techniques,
  • Patternmaking and Garment Construction-I.
  • History of Art and Design,
  • Photography,
  • Textile Studies and Embroidery Techniques,
  • Patternmaking and Garment Construction – II,
  • Digital Illustration and Presentation,
  • Fashion Project – I.
  • Cultural & Contextual Studies,
  • Design Research,
  • Documentation Techniques,
  • Advanced Fashion Illustration,
  • Patternmaking and Garment Construction – III,
  • Traditional Indian Textiles,
  • Fashion Project-II,
  • Sustainable Practices,
  • Human Design,
  • Professional Communication & Presentation,
  • Apparel,
  • Production and Sourcing.
  • Industry Project,
  • Traditional Indian Textiles,
  • Dying & Printing,
  • Digital Pattern Making,
  • Innovation in Surface Designs,
  • Portfolio Development,
  • Graduation Project.

Career Opportunities

  • Fashion Designer
  • Fashion Entrepreneur
  • Costume Designer
  • Creative Pattern Maker
  • Fashion Illustrator
  • Quality Control Specialist
  • Fashion Merchandiser
  • Fashion Stylist
  • Fashion Blogger and Trend Analyst


We welcome students from around the world and understand that our international students may have special requirements. Email us at admission@archedu.org



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