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Blog stories by Fashion Retail Academy (11)
Posted: 27th of February 2018 by Naomi Bourne
Mid-Week Open Evenings start with a presentation in the lecture theatre at 5:30pm
Posted: 12th of December 2017 by Naomi Bourne
Posted: 8th of September 2017 by Naomi Bourne
L4/Degree open evening Weds 20th Sept from 5.30pm
Posted: 12th of November 2015 by Naomi Bourne
Posted: 29th of October 2015 by Naomi Bourne
Fashion Retail Academy Open Day
Posted: 3rd of October 2014 by Anonymous
The FRA Open Day provides an excellent opportunity for you to meet our tutors and tour of our fantastic central London facilities.
Posted: 4th of August 2014 by Naomi Bourne
The Fashion Retail Academy offers a range of fully-funded vocational fashion courses as an alternative to university for anyone aged 16-18 years, and part-funded courses for 19+ applicants. Up to 70% of graduating students go on to find jobs within the industry. We still have a range of one year courses available to start in September 2014.
Posted: 7th of January 2014 by Naomi Bourne
On Wednesday 5th February 2014 from 12:30pm - 5pm we are holding our Open Day at the Fashion Retail Academy. Our Open Day provides an excellent opportunity for your students to meet tutors from the Academy and also to have tours of our fantastic facilities here.
Posted: 30th of October 2013 by Naomi Bourne
Posted: 7th of October 2013 by Anonymous
London’s Fashion Retail Academy delivers a unique contemporary educational experience, with a range of vocational and work-orientated courses to create the future stars of the fashion retail industry.
Posted: 7th of May 2010 by
I was attending Chelsea School of Art studying fashion design after leaving school when I realised that I wasn't going to be a good enough designer to make a name for myself, but I still wanted to pursue a career within the fashion industry. I heard about FRA through a close friend, I liked the fact that FRA offered an intense one-year course covering all the areas I was interested in concerning fashion.