Our new Course starts February 2018


Free State Fashion Hub

Free State Fashion Hub is a Fashion Design Institution in Bloemfontein, South Africa that provides theoretical grounding and practical experience in the Clothing Design and Manufacturing industry. We look to develop local talent and educate students with a tertiary qualification. FSF Hub takes pride in providing the highest quality education in the local fashion field catering for individual attention to grow fashion entrepreneurs and to contribute to South Africa’s economic growth through human capital investment, employee growth and career advancement.

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Free State Fashion HUB


How long will the courses be?

The course is for a period of 24 months i.e. 2 years from date of commencement

When do the courses start?

February 2018

Are there part time classes available?

Yes, there are part time classes available whereby class times are during the week and also on Saturdays.

How much are the course/ tuition fees?
Tuition costs
Full time study Part time study
Per year Monthly Per year Monthly
R22 000 R2 200 R15 000 R1 500
Deposit  = R2200 (to be paid in first month of monthly tuition payments)

Registration is R5000.00

If I pay my fees upfront, will the amount be the same?
No, you will then receive a 5% discount if the tuition fees are paid in full by end January 2018. However, this will be on the tuition fees and not the registration fee. Registration fee is payable in full amount to f R5000,00
Tuition costs
Full time study Part time study
Per year Monthly Per year Monthly
R22 000 R2 200 R15 000 R1 500
Discount if paid by 31 January 2018 5% 5%
Discounted amount R1 100 R750
Amount payable for tuition fees R20 900 R14 250
Registration fee R5 000 R5 000
Total payable for tuition & registration fees R25 900   R19 250  
Are there short courses available?

Yes there are for Sewing & Pattern Construction.

Free State Fashion Week

Free State Fashion Week featured on SABC 2 Morning Live.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) the process of assessing and accrediting acquired knowledge and/or capabilities of a person, gained in formal, informal and non-formal learning, against a set of outcomes in a formal course study or a set of workplace or social competencies.

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