Decision Time


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by Karin Evans
Fashion School Review Columnist

March 29, 2005


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If you're looking around for the right fashion design course for you, you'll probably be feeling a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of options available.

American InterContinental University prepares you with the knowledge, skills and practical work experience you need to succeed in today's competitive workplace.

How to Choose the Fashion Design Course for You

Well, first of all, look on the bright side - you're lucky to have such a wide range of courses to choose from! You can find a good fashion design course pretty much anywhere in the States.

To be assured of quality, however, look for schools that offer accredited courses and have a good reputation behind them.

Most schools have informative websites, so take a look at what they have to offer and draw up a shortlist of those that meet your criteria. You should get a breakdown of what is covered by the fashion design courses that interest you to make sure you'll be learning the skills you need.

About the Author
Karin Evans works for a government agency researching and writing reports to inform policy. Her previous experience includes teaching, editing, and sales and marketing - all in the field of English Literature and Language. Karin has graduate and doctoral

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