Home / Fashion/ AMDT’s Fashion Design Creative UK Degree level qualifications January 2018 enrollments now open

AMDT’s Fashion Design Creative UK Degree level qualifications January 2018 enrollments now open


Comments / {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}} Views / Thursday, 30 November 2017 00:00


 

From early ages to modern civilisations of today, fashion has played a major role in sculpting societies. Sri Lanka’s fashion industries have risen to cater the international markets at large scale. Thus, resulted a high demand for fashion designers, and the requirement hasn’t been met.

Creativity plays a rigorous role in convincing customers to part of a fashion brand. People today are engaging with fashion brands that have proven to be Creative. Chanel, Versace, Ralph Lauren, Prada, Victoria Secrets, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, and Dior are just a few examples of world-famous creative fashion brands. It has become important if not compulsory, that ambitious fashion designers learn the art of being creative in order to keep up with the fast-paced world of fashion.

AMDT’s Creative Fashion UK Qualification

Taught by experienced artists with international industry experience, since 2005, AMDT (Academy of Multimedia Design & Technology) has inspired countless young talents to create successful creative careers over the past 12 years.

The AMDT faculty who know the ‘magic’ behind world-class designer’s work, prove to be uniquely insightful and inspirational. They bring a wealth of experience working in the industry that spreads on the students, keeps them up-to-date in terms of technologies, strategies and brings the skill of forecasting trends to the table.

The students are exposed to ‘industry collaborated projects’ that further expands their thinking, teamwork skills giving them a first-hand experience on how the industry works. The various fashion related events conducted around the academic year further builds up their leadership and time-management skills bringing in a sense of an engaging ‘workshop’ exposure that’s necessary to make them ready for a creative career. 

Internationally-recognised qualification

The prestigious UK Fashion qualification is recognised by universities and companies worldwide. It’s awarded by UK’s most prestigious Pearson BTEC. The students can apply for memberships of the Chartered Society of Designers and the Society of Dyers and Colourists in the UK and progress as professionals. The UK Fashion qualification creates endless opportunities for students to transfer to the final year of an undergraduate degree in UK, Australia, etc.  In keeping with the original vision, AMDT is determined to make the study of Creative arts accessible to all Sri Lankans, breaking many of the entry barriers that existed before. AMDT is keen to design an identity for Sri Lanka and inspire the next generation of ‘Artrepreneurs’ who will drive the country forward by boldly creating creative careers.

Apart from fashion, students also have the options of choosing Interactive Multimedia, Visual Communication (Graphic Design), Photography, 3D Animation and Visual Effects (VFX), Advertising and Marketing, and Filmmaking. 

The January 2018 enrollments are now open and a student requires two A Level passes or O Level with the AMDT Foundation Diploma or any other recognised qualifications. Alternatively, students may also apply with work experience and portfolio.

Students may study the UK Fashion Qualifications either part-time or full-time. 

Call 114381981 or email info@amdt.lk to speak to AMDT’s Course Advisors to get proper guidance in choosing a creative career. Visit the website: www.amdt.lk or walk-in at 317A, Galle Road, Bambalapitiya.


Share This Article


DISCLAIMER:

1. All comments will be moderated by the Daily FT Web Editor.

2. Comments that are abusive, obscene, incendiary, defamatory or irrelevant will not be published.

3. We may remove hyperlinks within comments.

4. Kindly use a genuine email ID and provide your name.

5. Spamming the comments section under different user names may result in being blacklisted.

COMMENTS

Today's Columnists

Overcoming the crisis: The second freedom struggle

Friday, 14 December 2018

The crisis that has been developing in Sri Lanka, manifesting itself in varied forms at different times since independence, has now taken the form of a constitutional crisis, threatening the survival of the Sri Lankan State. Regardless of the Court


Getting more women in the workforce

Friday, 14 December 2018

The current female labour force participation in Sri Lanka is around 36%. This means that a disproportionate majority of women still remain outside the labour market, with limited or no access to wages, pensions and other benefits tied to gainful emp


Our chit-chat – Can conversations make a nation?

Thursday, 13 December 2018

We are living through fascinating times dominated by online conversations with offline taking backstage. From the Arab spring to Yellow vests in France, the online has proven its potential and power – be it destructive or constructive! A reading o


The vote, the verdict, and the TNA ‘backstop’: Beyond ’56

Thursday, 13 December 2018

“Leader of PLOTE and TNA MP D. Dharmalingam …stated that he believes that Ranil Wickremesinghe has handed in a written assurance of several promises. …The promises are said to include agreements on constitutional amendments, freedom for politi


Columnists More