It comes at a good time.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

With the new year comes new resolutions, new goals and often, a change of career path.

Maybe you’ve just graduated high school and are trying to figure out you want to do with your life. Maybe you’re fed up with the job you have and are ready to take the plunge into something new.

Maybe you might like to know that Karl von Busse Institute of Design has just re-designed its courses for 2017. This means two things:

Firstly, the new course programs will bring a fresh approach to design education, for both local and international students. It’s ideal for anyone looking to get their foot in the door of a creative industry, without the need for ATAR scores and academic records.

Secondly, tuition has been adjusted for 2017. Enrolment for the Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising, and Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising, is only $15,000 for local students. And, that includes a four-week study tour in Paris. Oui, Paree.

For more information, head over to the Karl von Busse website. See you in 2017.


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And the work that goes into prepping for a design school exhibition.
The student designer on our radar.
Meet the fashion graduate making fabric out of Kombucha.
A less traditional side to student design.
Busting the big-haired, acrylic-nailed, bend-and-snapping stereotype.
And why there's more to the job than you thought.
For all you students who love to get turnt but #unistudentbudget.
The opportunity of a lifetime, please and thank you.