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  RMIT PROGRAM CODE MC164 CRICOS CODE 061110M LOCATION Brunswick campus MODE AND DURATION One-and-a-half years full-time or three years part-time Midyear places are available.International students can only study full-time. Exit points GRADUATE CERTIFICATERMIT PROGRAM CODE GC134 MODE AND DURATION Six months full-time or one year part-time GRADUATE DIPLOMA RMIT PROGRAM CODE GD165 MODE AND DURATION One year full-time or two years part-time Contact Dr Olga Troynikov School of Fashion and Textiles  Tel. +61 3 9925 9108 Email: residents International Services GPO Box 2476 Melbourne VIC Australia 3001  Tel. +61 3 8676 7047 Domestic free call number: 1800 998 414 Email: Want to move into a professional leadership role in the global fashion and textile industry?RMIT’s Master of Fashion and Textiles  focuses on developing your fashion and textiles product knowledge, business management and leadership skills for the international fashion and textile industry. You will build knowledge and expertise in the areas of fashion and textile design, technology, supply chain and business management while adding to your existing textile, merchandising and fashion skills base. Through your studies you will develop the entrepreneurial expertise to start your own business and lead an organisation efficiently and effectively. You will work on industry-based projects with leading fashion and textiles brands such as Husk, Country Road, Review, Target, Charles Parsons & Co, Myer, Textor Textile Technologies and other leading companies. This program is relevant to a broad cohort of fashion and textile designers/technologists/ industry managers and those with a fashion and textiles merchandising, marketing, art and design, academic or business background. As a graduate, you will have a strong strategic focus and understanding of the global fashion and textile technology, design and business markets. Career outlook  Graduates from this program will be skilled and knowledgeable in the areas of: global fashion and textile markets, supply chain structures, and business management issues, and understand the implications of technology within the fashion and textiles industry. Global connections Options for study abroad and international student exchange are part of the program. Students may also take part in French fashion and textile summer schools offered by partner universities and institutions. What you will study  The master consists of 144 credit points. This incorporates the graduate diploma (96 credit points) and the graduate certificate (48 credit points). GRADUATE CERTIFICATE CREDIT POINTS 2 x 12-credit-point core courses 242 x 12-credit-point elective courses 24  Additional courses to be completed for theGRADUATE DIPLOMA CREDIT POINTS 2 x 12-credit-point core courses 242 x 12-credit-point elective courses 24  Additional courses to be completed for theMASTER CREDIT POINTS 2 x 12-credit-point core courses 242 x 12-credit-point elective courses 24  The following is an example of courses offered. CORE COURSES  Advanced Case Studies in Fashion and Textiles Advanced Textile Materials and New TechnologiesGlobal Business Issues in Fashion and TextilesLeadership and ManagementResearch Methods (Fashion and Textile) Textile Product Development and Engineering ELECTIVE COURSES (NOT ALL ELECTIVES ARE AVAILABLE EVERY SEMESTER)  Accounting for Management DecisionsCATD3—Computer Aided Fashion and Textile DesignCommunication Design EntrepreneurshipDesign Management and Quality SystemsE-Commerce DevelopmentFashion and Textiles Merchandising ManagementFashion and Textiles Product ManagementFashion Styling and Visual MerchandisingIntroduction to Fashion and Textiles Materials and ProductsLuxury Fashion Business ManagementMajor ProjectMarketing ManagementSportswear and Performance Textiles Trend Forecasting for Fashion and Textiles MASTER OF FASHION AND TEXTILES ‘The master degree is designed to produce a fashion and textile industry leader. ‘You’ll cultivate strategic knowledge and skills to lead and succeed in the global market.’ DR OLGA TROYNIKOV PROGRAM DIRECTOR CAD design by Master of Fashion and Textiles  student Cheung Fong 2013 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK  Entrance requirements Successful applicants will have an undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution, or significant professional practice in a relevant field and a TAFE diploma or advanced diploma.  Typically, significant professional experience would involve at least five years’ practice in the fashion and textiles industry. Students with a non-fashion/textile undergraduate degree will have to undertake the course Introduction to Fashion and Textiles Materials and Products in their first semester of study. International/non-Australian residents only For the latest entrance requirements, please refer to the website: entry-requirements  . Fees Full-fee places If you are offered a full-fee place you are required to pay a tuition fee that covers the full tuition costs of your program. The tuition fees are adjusted on an annual basis. For further information about fees, visit highered/fullfees  .Only students who are Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens or hold an Australian Permanent Resident Visa are eligible for a domestic full-fee place. If you do not meet these citizenship and residency requirements, you may be offered a place as an onshore international student. International students Program tuition fees do not include Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and other fees and additional expenses outlined in this brochure. Fee summary Full-fee (domestic) 2013 $20 160 per year full-time Full-fee (international)—indicative 2013 $23 040 per year full-time You can confirm fees for 2013 at  .RMIT reserves the right to adjust fees for full-fee places on an annual basis by an amount that will not exceed 7.5% each year (subject to rounding). For higher education fees, tuition fees are rounded up to the nearest $10 per credit point increment, so the actual fee increase may exceed 7.5%. Other fees and additional expenses In addition to tuition fees, you may be charged a student services and amenities fee (SSAF), which is indexed annually. Eligible students will be able to defer payment of the fee through SA-HELP. For more information, visit  .Once you are enrolled as a student in this program, you will need to allow for expenses other than tuition fees and SSAF. Additional expenses may relate to the purchase of lecture notes, textbooks, stationery, consumables such as printer paper, fees levied by commercial internet service providers for internet access outside of the university campus, and other relevant costs. Financial assistance Scholarships Before you let financial constraints or living arrangements get in the way of your decision to study, find out about the range of discipline-specific and general RMIT scholarships available for postgraduate students. You can apply for more than one scholarship if you meet the eligibility criteria of each scholarship, and each application will be separately reviewed.  The RMIT scholarships web page lists scholarships available to RMIT students, including externally funded scholarships that you may be able to apply for. FEE-HELP is an optional loan scheme that assists eligible students to pay all or part of their tuition fees. Postgraduate coursework and research applicants who are Australian citizens or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa are eligible to apply for a FEE-HELP loan. Visit the FEE-HELP website to learn more and obtain the FEE-HELP Information  booklet. Income tax deductions  You may be eligible to apply for income tax deductions relating to the education expenses that are linked to your employment. Check with an accredited taxation professional regarding your eligibility for possible deductions. The Australian  Taxation Office website provides guidance on the taxation treatment of your fees. How to apply  Apply directly to RMIT University. Domestic applicants  Apply online at  . Timely applications for coursework programs are due by:  » 10 November each year (for Semester 1 start) and  » 31 May each year (for midyear Semester 2 start).Midyear applications open 1 May  .  Applications will continue to be accepted until all places have been filled. You are encouraged to lodge your application early. International applicants  You may apply at any time by submitting your application online, via post, or in person. Visit the international application website for details. Every effort has been made to ensure the information contained in this publication is accurate and current at the date of printing. For the most up-to-date information, please refer to the RMIT University website before lodging your application. Prepared by: Creative, Marketing and Communications, August 2012. CRICOS provider code: 00122A.12552 0812
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