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Masters degrees in Textiles equip postgraduates with the skills to develop and produce both naturally-occurring and synthetic fibres, to generate yarn or thread for making materials.
Related subjects include Contemporary Textiles, Printed Textiles, and Textile Technology. Entry requirements typically include an undergraduate degree in a relevant field, such as Materials Science, Design Technology, or Art and Design.
Textile production is essential for a variety of the products we use and consume, from clothing and furniture to medical dressings and even implants. As such, there are a broad range of textiles which you might investigate on these courses, including areas you may wish to specialise in further.
For example, you might want to focus on the processing and production of plant textiles such as hemp for the creation of rope or apparel, or perhaps coconut fibres to create twine, doormats and sacking. Alternatively, you may specialise in synthetic textiles, particularly techniques such as weaving, knitting and crocheting for clothing items.
Careers in this field may range from frontline development of natural and synthetic textiles in production factories, or the design of products on behalf of retail companies.
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Grow academically and professionally on a course which has, as its primary aim, the development and supply of competent teachers who are capable of securing employment in an education setting. Read more
The course aims to develop practice-based learning, informed by an in-depth study of design. It tends to attract students from an art and design background, looking to challenge established practice and offer new insights. Read more
Situated within the internationally recognised School of Fashion at UCA, our MA Printed Textiles for Fashion & Interiors offers a practice based, design-led experience, which develops your creative vision and redefines your professional practice. Read more
Challenge your creative practice and push the boundaries of what textiles can be on this MA. Our staff have expertise in knitted, printed and woven textiles, materials research, craft, technology, heritage and sustainability – and a network of industry contacts to support your professional development. Read more
The Masters (MSc) course in Textile Technology (Technical Textiles) enables you to develop a high level of understanding of modern textiles, preparing you for a career in the textile or related industries as a manager or researcher, or for an academic career. Read more
The Fashion and Textiles pathway within the Programme enables you to develop the skills, critical understanding and specialist knowledge required to become a successful independent fashion or textiles designer or work within a related creative sector. Read more
MA Textiles, based at UCA Farnham, is built around developing your individual research into textile art, culture, craft and design and will enable you to combine previous experience of textiles practice with a personal project. You’ll be encouraged and supported through the process of exploration, transformation through to resolution. Read more
This programme offers a rich and stimulating exploration of materials and textile processes. It has applications spanning a broad range of contexts and challenging any boundaries which may define what textiles can be. Read more
Students on this course cultivate an innovative view of surface design. They are challenged to ruthlessly explore pattern and decoration, reflecting on the social, cultural and aesthetic context for surface pattern design and textiles in the 21st century. Read more
The course philosophy is that of experimentation, offering a challenge to conventional notions of medium - specificity in order to properly facilitate your ‘style' of expression and your inherent interests. Read more
This course rethinks the use, practice and industry of Textiles within the 21st century. It is responsive to an emerging global landscape that requires, sustainable, design-led, innovative positions to be adopted from which to anticipate and forecast our Textile futures. Read more