It’s great to hear from you! There are a few fashion design colleges and universities that offer scholarships to help with the costs of attending school.
A few of these include:
• The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City offers a range of scholarships based on academic achievement, financial need, and major. Some of the most popular include the Lawrence H. Levitt Scholarship which provides full tuition and fees for four years; the YMA FSF Scholarships which provide financial assistance for low-income students as well as small business grants and internships; and the Alan Flusser Design Scholarship which awards $10,000 annually to a student studying men’s fashion design.
• Parsons The New School For Design also has scholarship opportunities available to incoming students. These can range from merit-based awards like their Deans Honors Awards as much as $10,000 per year or based on need like their Financial Aid Grants which are geared towards low income or disabled students. They have also recently announced an initiative where they will be offering tuition free spots so students who identify within this community may be able to receive support from this program if accepted into one of their degree programs offered at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
• Pratt Institute is another university offering scholarships for fashion design majors through their website www-admissions/scholarship/. Amongst some other notable awards they offer is an annual Art & Science Award Contest recognizing creative excellence amongst its applicants where 15 finalists will each receive monetary rewards decided by judges in addition to having his/her work displayed at Pratt’s fine art gallery every year.
In conclusion, there are many different avenues out there that aspiring fashion designers can pursue when looking for scholarship money such as these mentioned here as well various private foundations or even online crowdfunding projects dedicated solely towards helping fund one’s education at college level especially in fields such as this one where ongoing research & development is necessary yet often expensively priced due second hand equipment needed etc., Always ask around your local friends/mentors if any additional resources may be available since sometimes lesser known organizations outside big cities tend to provide more generous assistance due less competition present between applicants thus giving them better chances than those living closer primarily targeted locations usually do! Good luck!
Hi there, I am Treasure from Tanzania please I would like to ask if you could please mention some of the fashion designer college or university that provide scholarship from the foundation in beginning?