Masters of Science in Fashion Marketing

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Fashion Marketing

Managers with a solid foundation in international business and cross-cultural communications are needed within the fashion industry in order to respond to the needs of a competitive market and growing consumer base. A Master of Science (MSc) in Fashion Marketing can provide a comprehensive look at the fashion industry and offer courses that address the marketing requirements of this highly competitive field.

Interested students may ask, what is an MSc in Fashion Marketing? An MSc in Fashion Marketing is further education that can endow students with the knowledge and foundation necessary to effectively deal with the communication and promotion of fashion. Students may learn to address the cultural and intellectual demands of the industry's global audience in an ever-changing society. A variety of courses are available, including retail management, advanced business practices, marketing in a global age and brand management, among other options.

By choosing to study fashion marketing, students can benefit from a degree program that provides a strong foundation of marketing, communication and international business. Students will also gain an understanding of all the main areas of retailing and international fashion marketing, including product development, consumer behavior, brand management, global markets analysis and merchandising.

Depending on the institution and the country in which it is located, registration costs will vary. Prospective students should research the school thoroughly for information about the fees and to determine which program will best suit his or her needs.

Graduates from the program can find themselves in high demand for a variety of positions within the fashion industry, particularly within brand management, online or print marketing, fashion merchandising or product development. These positions have become highly competitive, so students that obtain an MSc within the field can develop strong business foundations to understand how the industry works and to further their chances of obtaining a job after graduation.

The program offers international options from several universities. Both online and on-campus classes are offered, and students with limited access to the facility can benefit from Internet-based options. Flexible schedules of part-time or full-time courses may also be available. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

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Grenoble MSc Fashion, Design & Luxury Management

De Broc School of Business
Campus Full time Part time 12 - 24 months September 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

The world's best luxury brands and fashion houses rely on business vision as much as creative talent. This specialised course provides the vital business skills you need to help shape the most recognised names, in some of the most exclusive sectors. [+]

MSc Degrees in Fashion Marketing. Grenoble MSc Fashion, Design & Luxury Management The world's best luxury brands and fashion houses rely on business vision as much as creative talent. This specialised course provides the vital business skills you need to help shape the most recognised names, in some of the most exclusive sectors. The programme is designed and awarded by the Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) and is delivered at De Broc School of Business in Central London. Equipped with an in-depth understanding of the integral principles of business and of the Fashion, Design, and Luxury sectors, you will stand out in a highly competitive field. Course Requirements Strong undergraduate degree from a recognised university (assessed by GEM admission board) English Proficiency: TOEFL – IBT: 94 (minimum of 22 in each band) IELTS – 6.5 (minimum of 6.0 in all areas) Cambridge Proficiency Exam: A, B, C Pearson Test of English (PTE) – minimum of 63 [-]

Master of Science in Fashion Management (MFM)

IESEG School of Management Lille - Paris
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

Join our MFM : a one year Master's program taught in English with a focus on Fashion Management, at one of the top business schools in France on our Paris campus. [+]

IÉSEG's MSc in Fashion Management is a one year Master’s program completely taught in English designed for talented individuals wishing to specialize in Fashion Business and to achieve an international career in the Fashion industry. 

MFM program objectives

The objective of the program is to prepare future managers of fashion companies, who will be able to deal with competitive global environments, and to promote the exchange of experiences and best practices in the international fashion arena.

Career opportunities for graduates may be found in positions in all fields associated with managerial roles in fashion industry including buyer; product manager; sales & account manager; marketing manager; business developer; project and event designer; store manager; supply chain manager; brand manager; merchandiser; retail manager; public relations and advertising manager.... [-]


MSc International Fashion Marketing

Coventry University London Campus
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 United Kingdom London

The location of the London Campus offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the world of fashion, from up-and-coming designers and their pop up shops, to global trend laboratories and the home of some of the leading names of the high street and luxury fashion brands in the world. [+]

MSc Degrees in Fashion Marketing. OVERVIEW This programme will suit highly motivated individuals who want to develop fashion marketing and business skills to either work within the fashion industry, explore new ideas to set up their own business or extend family enterprises. Previous experience in allied industries such as advertising will be of a particular advantage. WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAMME? The location of the London Campus offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the world of fashion, from up-and-coming designers and their pop up shops, to global trend laboratories and the home of some of the leading names of the high street and luxury fashion brands in the world. You can take advantage of a new fashion studio equipped with Apple Mac computers boasting the latest design software. MODULES Marketing in a Global Age Trend Prediction and Fashion Forecasting International Fashion Marketing Fashion and Brand Management Buying and Merchandising in a Changing Global Industry Buyer Behaviour Retail and Service Marketing Business and Management Research Methods Fashion Marketing and Communication in a Global Context London Fashion Live Project Project options Internship Consulting Project Entrepreneurship Project Simulation Dissertation ACCREDITATION Upon successful completion of the programme and selected modules you will be awarded the CMI Level 7 Certificate in Strategic Management and Leadership*. *Subject to registering as a CMI member SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Coventry University London Campus is delighted to have recently launched a number of scholarships for UK and International students holding an offer of study for October 2016, January 2017 and April 2017 entry. You can find out more about our Scholarships by viewing our website. START DATES MSc International Fashion Marketing has start dates in January 2017 and October 2017. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS A second class honours degree (2:2) or above. Applications from candidates with equivalent degree and relevant experience will be considered on an individual basis. Work experience is desirable but not essential. FUTURE PROSPECTS I really appreciated the range of options which were available during our final term, and would highly recommend an internship module. It helped me bring together everything I had learnt and combine it with real world practices. I am currently pursuing a career in the media and entertainment industry and cannot wait to see what the future holds." - Samantha Johnson, Germany. [-]

MSc in Fashion Design & Marketing

Kenyatta University
Campus Full time 2 years January 2017 Kenya Nairobi

The School of Applied Human Sciences (SAHS) has continued to grow as it trains graduates in areas related to quality of life. The areas include Community Resource Management; Fashion Design; Foods & Nutrition; Physical and Health Education; Recreation Management and Sports Science, from Diploma to PhD level. [+]

The School of Applied Human Sciences (SAHS) has continued to grow as it trains graduates in areas related to quality of life. The areas include Community Resource Management; Fashion Design; Foods & Nutrition; Physical and Health Education; Recreation Management and Sports Science, from Diploma to PhD level. Departments within the School continue to review existing programmes and curriculum and develop new ones in line with new developments arising from the demands of the job market. As a result, one new programme has been developed: Postgraduate Diploma in Foods Nutrition & Dietetics and is already operational. The school has seen an increase in the student enrolment from approximately 300 at inception in 2008 to approximately 2000 students currently. In performance contracting 2011/2012, the School was ranked the 2nd best and had the best two Departments in the University .The School is also proud to be associated with 8 members of staff who were highly ranked as Deans, Chairmen of Departments and Directors. In view of this, we wish to congratulate all the members of staff for their continued hard work. We look forward to an even better rank in the next evaluation. The School has continued to hold seminars where research results and information by staff and students are disseminated. Some are actively engaged in various forums including, the Nile Basin Programme Team at theUniversity of Bergen, Norway; Special Olympic Strategic Plan Steering Committee Participation and Staff exchange programme, students' exchange with the University of Manitoba(Canada), University of Oklahoma and to the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO-RI). The School has active links with universities and institutions through its Departments: University of Manitoba (Canada);University of Volda (Norway); Muscle Research Centre, Copenhagen (Denmark); Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO-RI) (Canada); Portland State University-Oregon (USA); University of Cape Town (South Africa); Kyambogo University (Uganda); and University of Karlsruhe (Germany). Entry Requirements 1. Applicants should be holders of either First or Second Class Honours (Upper Division) in Bachelor of Science in Textile Science and Design or Bachelor of Science in Textiles, Clothing or Fine Art, which has a bias in textiles, or it’s equivalent from a recognized University; OR Bachelor of Education (Home Economics or Home Science). 2. Those with Second Class (Lower Division) may be considered on condition that they have Grade “C” and above in units relevant to their areas of specialization. Programme Structure Two years. 10 taught units (thesis) and 14 taught units (Project) during course work Unit Code and Title Level 800 HCU 800: Research Methods HCU 801: Statistics HCU 802: Programme Design Monitoring and Evaluation HFD 804: Advanced Fashion Design HFD 806: Creative Fashion Design HFD 807: Advanced Interior Design HFD 808: Computer Applications in Fashion Design HFD 819: Socio Cultural and Psychological Aspects of Clothing HFD 810: Production Management and Work-study HFD 812: Technology and E-Commerce in Fashion and Marketing HFD 814: Art and Design (Elective) HFD 815: Costume Design (Elective) HFD 816: Designing for Special Groups (Elective) HFD 817: Fashion Promotion HFD 820: Entrepreneurship in Applied Sciences (Elective) HFD 821: Textile Science (Elective) HFD 822: Thesis HFD 823: Project Report [-]

MSc Master’s Degree in Fashion Design Communication

University of Minho - School of Engineering
Campus Full time October 2017 Portugal Guimarães

The course aims to provide advanced and cutting-edge education in Fashion Design Communication and Marketing, corresponding to the needs of creating differentiated products of communication and fashion brands, with high added value and significant impact on the sustainability of the business value chain of Clothing and Textile Industry; [+]

MSc Degrees in Fashion Marketing. The course aims to provide advanced and cutting-edge education in Fashion Design Communication and Marketing, corresponding to the needs of creating differentiated products of communication and fashion brands, with high added value and significant impact on the sustainability of the business value chain of Clothing and Textile Industry; It also contributes to promote the creation of multidisciplinary teams with structured and integrated expertise to manage the entire process of market knowledge and creation of textile and clothing brands and its communication, targeting new market opportunities and/creating real value for the target audience. [-]

MSc Master's Degree in Design and Marketing

University of Minho - School of Engineering
Campus Full time Part time 2 years October 2017 Portugal Guimarães + 1 more

The global textile and clothing chain global value is strongly influenced by fashion and consumer trends. Companies and professionals in the sector require the development of differentiated offers, driven by Design and innovation, in order to create value for the customer and achieve success. The main focus of the Master degree in Design and Marketing is the development of innovative products, feasible from an industrial and commercial point of view. [+]

Academic degree: Master degree ECTS: 120 Duration: 2 curricular years Regime: Mixed Place: Azurém Campus, Guimarães Main Scientific area: Textile Design The global textile and clothing chain global value is strongly influenced by fashion and consumer trends. Companies and professionals in the sector require the development of differentiated offers, driven by Design and innovation, in order to create value for the customer and achieve success. The main focus of the Master degree in Design and Marketing is the development of innovative products, feasible from an industrial and commercial point of view. The course provides advanced training for graduates in the areas of Design, Marketing, Textile Engineering and the like, targeting the need of creating high added value, differentiated products/brands, with an impact on the sustainability of the companies. The areas include basic sciences of Design and Marketing as well as specific knowledge areas of the Design and Marketing of textiles, clothing and related products. Special emphasis is placed on project work in multidisciplinary teams, and R & D activities are proposed. Careers Product designers, product managers, marketing managers, communication and image managers, in companies of the textile/clothing chain or similar areas. Adaptability of these functions to other industrial areas. [-]

MS in Civil Engineering

University of Memphis
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Memphis

Civil Engineering serves the general public by planning, designing and constructing projects to safeguard our way of life. Civil engineers are big picture thinkers, involved in things that most people take for granted, like safe bridges that can withstand earthquakes, [+]

MSc Degrees in Fashion Marketing. Civil Engineering serves the general public by planning, designing and constructing projects to safeguard our way of life. Civil engineers are big picture thinkers, involved in things that most people take for granted, like safe bridges that can withstand earthquakes, ways to clean waste water and reduce air pollution, improved roadway designs that flow smoothly with limited congestion, and safe paths for children to take to and from school. I. The department of Civil Engineering offers a graduate program leading to a Master of Science degree with a major in Civil Engineering (concentrations in Engineering Seismology, Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, and Water Resources Engineering) and a PhD degree with a major in Engineering (concentration in Civil Engineering). Program objectives are: (1) ability to apply advanced knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, and engineering principles to the solution of practical engineering problems; (2) meet or exceed the needs and expectations of public and private sector employers for M.S. graduates; and (3) preparation to pursue additional advanced studies if so desired. All graduate students must comply with the general requirements of the Graduate School and the program requirements of the degree being pursued. II. MS Degree Program A. Program Admission The Herff College of Engineering has established uniform admissions criteria for all graduate programs. Exceptions to these requirements may be addressed by the Graduate Admissions and Retention Committee of the department and must be approved by the Dean. In addition to meeting the University minimum admission requirements, applicants must have: a bachelors degree in engineering or a related science or mathematics program; an undergraduate GPA that is competitive for the students' bachelors program; an acceptable score on the verbal, quantitative, and analytic portions of the GRE; three (3) letters of recommendation from faculty members able to objectively comment on your intellectual and professional achievements and potential. An applicant who lacks a civil engineering bachelors degree may be required to complete undergraduate deficiency courses. If the number of deficiency courses is large, the applicant may be required to complete an undergraduate degree in civil engineering before seeking admission to the graduate program. In addition to the above requirements, applicants whose native language is other than English must have a competitive score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or The International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Applicants whose highest degree is from an international university may be required to have their credentials (transcripts) evaluated. The department will accept evaluations done by any credentialing agency listed on the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services web site (http://www.naces.org). A course-by course report is required. Applicants are advised that the stated admission requirements are minimum requirements. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the masters program. English Conditional Admission: International students are required to demonstrate a strong grasp of the English language before admission into the graduate program. English conditional admission may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Students will need to register for an English skills assessment and take instructional sessions (if required as a result of that assessment) through the University's Intensive English for Internationals (IEI) program (www.memphis.edu/iei). Upon successful completion of the requisite sessions, as determined by IEI, the student's English skills will be considered up to standard and the TOEFL/IELTS requirement may be waived. The student can then proceed into their graduate academic program. Please note that in order to have a complete application packet, students seeking English conditional admission will need to simultaneously apply for the IEI program through the link above and to the Graduate School (www.memphis.edu/graduateadmissions). Please note that a student cannot be a graduate assistant (GA) until they have been fully admitted and have begun their graduate academic program. Students will pay IEI fees until they meet the language criterion. If courses are taken outside of IEI, the student will be charged additional tuition at the regular rate. B. Program Prerequisites Bachelor of Science Degree C. Program Requirements Thesis option: 30 credit hours total. Students electing the thesis option will be required to complete an independent research project culminating in a master’s thesis. Upon completion of the thesis, the student must successfully pass an oral examination to assess mastery of the thesis topic and to evaluate the student’s knowledge in Civil Engineering. NOTE: Students electing to write a thesis should familiarize themselves with the Thesis/Dissertation Preparation Guide before starting to write. Non-thesis option: 33 credit hours total. Students electing the non-thesis option must take CIVL 7001, 7012, and 7993. Upon completion of CIVL 7993, non-thesis students must make an oral presentation of their project and pass a comprehensive examination. A minimum of 18 hours of Civil Engineering course work at the 7000 level will be required for all MS degree programs. No more than 9 hours of committee/advisor-approved course work below the 7000 level will be allowed in any program of study. Classes taken outside the department must be approved by the committee/advisor and must complement the student's program of study in Civil Engineering. Concentrations: Concentration may be made by selection of courses from the following six areas: (No special concentration is required.) Environmental Engineering: 6140, 6143, 6144, 7140, 7141, 7142, 7143, 7144, 7145, 7146, 7147, 7185, 7195, 7196, 7261, 7262, 7264, 7265, 7266, 7991, 7996. Geotechnical Engineering: 6152, 6155, 7132, 7133, 7135, 7137, 7138, 7139, 7182, 7991, 7996. Structural Engineering: 6131, 6136, 7001, 7111, 7112, 7113, 7115, 7116, 7117, 7118, 7119, 7991, 7996. Transportation Engineering: 6155, 6162, 6163, 6164, 7001, 7162, 7163, 7164, 7165, 7166, 7168, 7169, 7263, 7267, 7268, 7360, 7363, 7991, 7996. Water Resources Engineering: 6180, 6190, 7133, 7153, 7163, 7181, 7182, 7185, 7191, 7192, 7193, 7194, 7195, 7196, 7197, 7991, 7996. Engineering Seismology: 7002, 7116, 7119, 7123, 7125, 7126, 7127, 7128, 7135, 7136, 7137, 7991, 7996. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the Engineering Seismology concentration, students in that concentration must include at least two of the following courses: CIVL 7125, 7126, 7127, 7128, 7136. D. Retention Policy All students enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering are expected to attain high academic achievement in all courses taken. The criteria listed below will be used to determine retention status of students enrolled in the program leading to a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering. Students having been unconditionally admitted to the graduate program in Civil Engineering who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher will be considered to be in good standing. Students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 in all course work at The University of Memphis, in all Civil Engineering course work at The University of Memphis, and for all 7000 level course work at The University of Memphis at the end of each semester of enrollment. Any student not meeting these conditions will be placed on probation. Students admitted on probation must maintain a 3.00 average at the end of each semester until 9 hours of graduate credit are earned. A student having a cumulative grade point average less than 3.00 at the end of the period described will be dismissed. A student having a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above will then be subject to the retention criteria listed in 2 above. A student will be permitted two (2) grades of 2.00 or lower in graduate courses taken at The University of Memphis. A student will be dismissed from the program at the end of the semester in which a third grade of 2.00 or lower is earned. A student who has been dropped from the graduate program in the Department of Civil Engineering will be denied permission to enroll in Civil Engineering courses in semesters subsequent to dismissal from the department. Career Outlook Our graduates can be found all over the world, working at all levels in the government and with consulting firms, the aerospace industry, major computer manufacturers and construction companies. Many go on to own engineering firms or hold top management positions. This degree path provides a broad background in engineering principles, which opens doors to all kinds of careers—our graduates are designing and planning in every field you can imagine throughout the private sector and in government. [-]

Master Management And Marketing In Fashion, Brands, Media

Campus M21
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Munich

Fashion is much more than Zeitgeist - it is an expression of lifestyle and personality. When people buy products from Apple, Nike or Prada today, run basically their lifestyle as an expression of self. [+]

Master: Management and Marketing in fashion, brands, media LIFESTYLES, TARGET GROUPS AND MUCH MORE FOR CREATIVE PULSE mode is much more than Zeitgeist - it is an expression of lifestyle and personality. When people buy products from Apple, Nike or Prada today, run basically their lifestyle as an expression of self. Therefore, the fashion and brand management is aimed at the enforcement and management of new fashion trends and innovative brands in the market. Brands are always instruments of individual self-representation of consumers and serve the differentiation of lifestyles through specific choice and preference of high quality products. With strong marketing and media campaigns to new target groups and international markets are opened often. The master's program at the Campus M21 prepares scientifically sound and practice before on strategic and operational management responsibilities in these exciting markets. Practice with strong brands The Master's program 'Management and Marketing: Fashion - Brands - Media' on Campus M21 is practical. The interface competence of management, marketing, communication, fashion, brands and media is unique and applies fully to market requirements. Our students develop with professionals in the field strong concepts and strategies, for example, for building brand communities or the management of high-end luxury brands. Partners include Prada, Swarovski, Hotel Kempinski or MINI. In the real practice projects that matters - business games are not enough! The 20-week research module in companies or agencies at home or abroad, and the Master's thesis are often the key to start a career as a manager or the entry into the independence. The Studies Study groups with a maximum of 25 students, a practical study with motivated professors and practitioners, personal approach and clear structures, a modern campus in top position - so makes studying fun and leads to success. After the master's degree are open to the promotion and the higher service. In addition to the disciplines you develop your personality further with key skills such as creativity, media literacy and leadership. In addition, you can fully develop your talents with complimentary extras. The studies include: The master's program takes four semesters and is made up of various studies modules. For each module you will receive credits (ECTS). A total of 120 credits can be reached. Following the successful completion will be awarded a public university you the Master of Science (M.Sc.). Study and Examination Regulations Selected Course Contents: Brand management and brand communication Media Business and Media Production Fashion Business Fashion marketing Strategic Management International Management financial management innovation management Career opportunities In studying 'Management and Marketing: Fashion - Brands - media' prepare yourself by practical implementation of scientific content prior to tasks in senior management. Partner in your practice projects are fashion companies, exclusive brands, advertising agencies and media companies. Connect your studies with an accredited international standards Master of Arts. Networking with professionals in the field and soft skills - workshops are studying on campus M21 course. After graduating you can z. B. as senior brand manager, marketing and sales managers, product managers or communications professional to take responsibility. For example: exclusive brands Fashion labels and in the textile industry Advertising and design agencies Marketing and communications departments Media companies, fashion magazines, sports media Institutes of trend and market research Fashion trade fairs and [-]

MSc International Fashion Marketing

Glasgow Caledonian University
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom Glasgow

It is designed to equip students with the essential international business knowledge, fashion marketing expertise and personal skills [+]

The MSc International Fashion Marketing programme is intensive and academically challenging. It is designed to equip students with the essential international business knowledge, fashion marketing expertise and personal skills demanded by businesses operating in today's increasingly competitive and global environment.The programme develops an ability to analyse relevant academic theories and apply models, tools and techniques to real fashion marketing situations. Students are encouraged to critically develop independent, inquiring and creative approaches to strategic fashion marketing issues and problems. The programme's unique design incorporates a broad curriculum focusing on the core concepts and principles of fashion marketing and then provides a specialist focus on the contemporary international issues within fashion marketing.... [-]