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Topic: Anyone here who goes to Melbourne School Of fashion??  (Read 560 times)
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« on: June 17, 2006 11:10:58 AM »

 I am Diana,and i am currently in year 12.I was thinking of going to Melbourne school of fashion.Could anyone please tell me about this school??And is there any place i could live which is near the school?Or does it have a dorm/student village or something?

Sorry with my english.
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2006 06:33:26 AM »

Hi Diana,

I'm not at the Melb School of Fashion or know much about it but I know choosing your course next year is very difficult so I thought I'd respond.

I suggest that you look into the courses at RMIT University. I don't attend RMIT, or have any affiliation with it, but they have what are generally regarded as the best fashion courses in Melbourne, and have a bigger reputation than the Melbourne School of Fashion. Another advantage is that RMIT is in the middle of the Melbourne city, which makes it easy to access no matter where you are living (I don't think they have a college to live in there though). They have degrees in fashion and if you don't get into the degree I believe they have tafe courses which are more vocational and may be a 'stepping stone' into a degree while still giving you some skills. Both however have quite a lot of competition and are difficult to get into. There should be an open day at RMIT in the next few weeks (google for RMIT website, which should tell you) and I'd strongly recommend going if you can, as well as going to the open days of other universities and tafes.

If you don't get into RMIT look into some other tafes, eg Box Hill, which may have fashion courses.

Your careers teacher at school should have a lot of information on these matters and it's worth asking her/him about fashion courses.
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