There’s nowhere like London for learning fashion management and marketing, and no course more professionally focused than this one.
This is a very practical course, but don’t expect to learn pattern-making! Instead, you’ll gain hands-on exposure to business operations which will be invaluable in building a global career in fashion management and marketing. You’ll benefit from your tutors’ extensive industry experience and contacts, and you’ll be able to make the most of the countless opportunities for learning which lie beyond the university’s doors.
On this course, you’ll live and breathe fashion. Surrounded by London’s vibrant streets, and taught by industry experts, you’ll learn to create global success for any type of fashion label.
You’ll be encouraged to explore all that London has to offer – everything from its fabulous street markets to high-street retailers and exclusive luxury brands. However, we’ll also bring the industry to you: you’ll hear from guest lecturers like fashion stylists, photographers and fabric researchers, and you’ll be taken to visit designer ateliers, trend forecasting agencies, trade shows and museums. You’ll network with figures from industry, and could even work on a live project for a client. You’ll also enjoy field trips in the UK and Europe, organised by your tutors.
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This course is geared towards the marketing and management of fashion brands, rather than fashion design or production. So when you graduate, you’ll be ideally placed to begin a career as a buyer or product developer, or you might choose to go into merchandising, the supply chain, sustainable fashion, brand management or consultancy. You could work agency- or client-side in PR, digital marketing, advertising, creative direction, account management or trend forecasting.
Your skills will be transferable across a wide range of industries, so you won’t be limited to fashion if you’d like to branch out. You could easily go into management or marketing positions in retail, cosmetics, hair fashion, health & leisure, events, or indeed any other sector.
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