Fashion studies critically analyses the role of fashion in society. Until recently fashion has been a subject neglected at university level, and research in the area has been partly pursued through association with textile collections in museums of cultural history or through other disciplines in the university.
Today, fashion is a growing area of international study, and research in fashion has become an important academic area. The study of fashion can be seen globally from a variety of different perspectives. It can include the study of fashion as seen on the catwalk, in the street, in the home, at work, on a daily basis or in more formal situations.
Through continuous training, you will learn to speak and write about fashion from an academic perspective. Fashion studies is the central area of study if you wish to have a career in the fashion industry, or continue research at post-graduate level.
Courses and programmes
Course at bachelor's level
Course at master's level
For a bachelor’s degree in Fashion Studies you can choose to study individual courses or join one of the bachelor’s programmes listed under Educations within the subject.
The bachelor’s degree in Fashion Studies is only offered in Swedish.
A master’s degree in Fashion Studies can only be obtained through enrolment in one of the master’s programmes listed under Educations within the subject.