1. The Bachelor of Science in Design programme is an inspiring, rigorous and practical curriculum that offers students the unique opportunity to use creativity and imagination to design and make products that solve real and relevant problems within a variety of contexts. Currently, few tertiary institutions in the country run a comprehensive academic curriculum in Fashion Design.

    The B.Sc. Fashion Design students will undertake the same courses in the foundation level with other students in the B.Sc. Interior Design, Graphic Design and Landscape Design programmes. The foundation of the programme introduces students to the multi- disciplinary fundamentals of design across different facets of design, such as techniques in form-making and conceptual visualisation. The programme progressively increases in depth and complexity over the next three years with the introduction of the four specialisation areas interwoven with research, skills and visualisation to enhance the academics with profession-specific requirements.


    The aim of the programme is to offer holistic academic (theoretical) and practical training to equip graduates with a repertoire of technical knowledge, creative skills and practical expertise for career paths in the constantly evolving process of designing and making high- quality prototypes and products in the fashion industry.

    The objectives of the programme are:

    1. to produce innovative and enterprising fashion design professionals equipped with the

      necessary technical skills and aesthetic understanding required to function effectively in

      highly competitive conditions; and

    2. to develop students to become independent, creative and pragmatic, curious and

      analytical, imaginative and excellent specialists to (who can) establish their own businesses to cater to the local and international fashion market needs.

Entry requirements for admission of students

Admission into the programme is open to SSSCE/WASSCE, HND graduates, GCE, Mature and foreign applicants based on the following requirements:

i. Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) Holders/Graduates: Credit passes (A-D) in six (6) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects including English Language and Mathematics, plus any three (3) elective subjects;


  1. West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) Holders/Graduates:

    Credit passes (A1-C6) in six (6) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Mathematics, plus any three (3) elective subjects.

  2. General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level Holders/Graduates:
    Passes in three (3) subjects (at least, one of the passes should be Grade D or better). Also, the applicant must have had credit passes (Grade 6) in five GCE Ordinary Level subjects (or its equivalent) including English Language, Mathematics and a science subject (for non-science students) and an Arts subject (for science students).

  3. HND Olders/Graduates:
    Applicants with at least 2nd Class Lower Division HND or an equivalent certificate in a design-related programme from any recognised University or Polytechnic will be admitted to Level 200 of the programme. The applicant must have acquired a 2- year post-HND qualification working experience.

  4. Mature Applicants:

    •   The applicant must provide an inductor letter from employer or show any other

      proof of employment-related to the intended area of study;

    •   The applicant must be at least 25 years old; The applicant must show proof of

      age with a birth certificate or any legitimate documentary proof of birth date;

    •   Holders of WASSCE, SSSCE or any other nationally recognised standard High School level examinations (for qualifications from countries outside WAEC’s

      aegis) who do not qualify for direct entry but are 25 years of age or above.

    •   The applicant must pass the Mature Students’ Entrance Examination (English

      Language, Mathematics and an Aptitude Test) and a selection interview conducted for short-listed candidates. Instead of the examination, the applicant should show proof of credit passes in English and Mathematics in WASSCE or any other nationally recognised standard High School level examinations (for qualifications from countries outside WAEC’s aegis).

  5. Foreign applicants

    •   The applicant must have qualifications equivalent to WASSCE, SSSCE, OND,

      or GCE ’A’ Level to be considered for admission or any other nationally recognised standard High School level examinations (for qualifications from countries outside WAEC’s aegis).

    •   All foreign qualifications are to be referred to the National Accreditation Board (NAB) for determination of equivalences and eligibility for admission.

    •   Applicants should have their results translated into English

    •   Applicants should be able to read and write in English.

    •   Applicants may also be required to pass an entrance examination and an interview.

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