Want to learn more about sustainability in the textile value chain and how the different parts of this chain affect each other? Then this may be the education for you. Here, you gain fundamental knowledge in the textile value chain and specialise in management of different parts of the supply chain.
This education gives you the tools to manage marketing and consumer behaviour in textile and fashion processes. You gain fundamental knowledge about how to manage textile value chains with a special focus on sustainability.
The Swedish School of Textiles is just the right place to study fashion. Here you find well-equipped labs, innovation, and research in technology as well as design, often conducted in collaboration with the industry. Since the Borås region is a textile region, there are good opportunities to collaborations, internships, and degree projects at nearby companies. The Swedish School of Textiles is part of the University of Borås and all programmes within textile are located here, www.hb.se/en/The-Swedish-School-of-Textiles/
The courses during the first year represent the textile value chain from idea to design, via production and distribution, to market and handling of backflows.
During the second year, you proceed with textile management but this time specialise in management of the supply chain. Central topics this year are management of production and logistics, prognostics, and risk management.
The courses have a strong basis in current research in textile management with a focus on sustainability in the textile value chain, as well as research in adjoining subjects such as business administration and industrial economics at the University of Borås.
Several courses are about controlling one specific part of the value chain or how the different parts in the chain are linked and affect each other.
This education gives you the preparation for advanced positions in the industry as well as the academia. After graduation, you are equipped with the tools for working in leading positions in marketing, quality, production or logistics, or you could become an entrepreneur and set up your own business, or continue studying for a PhD.
Bachelor’s degree (180 credits) within Business Administration, Industrial Economics, Textile Technology, Textile or Fashion Design, or equivalent. Furthermore, students must have knowledge of English equivalent to English 6.
Selection is based on Letter of Motivation and online interview.
- Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Management specialisation Textile Value Chain Management
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