Master Degree in Merchandising in Europe

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Merchandising

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Merchandising is a profession in many industries that deals with the purchasing, design and development of products. Students pursuing a course in this subject might take business classes led by active industry members or perform a thorough examination of product design.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Master in Luxury Brand Management

Domus Academy
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 Italy Milan

If you imagine yourself working in the world of luxury—of fine, distinctive products and experiences—the Master in Luxury Brand Management may be your program. It’s a program that turns participants into inspired managers and marketers within the highly competitive fields of luxury fashion, jewelry, cosmetics, hospitality, gastronomy, beauty, or art. [+]

Masters in Merchandising in Europe 2017. Experience. Elevate. Excel. If you imagine yourself working in the world of luxury—of fine, distinctive products and experiences—the Master in Luxury Brand Management may be your program. It’s a program that turns participants into inspired managers and marketers within the highly competitive fields of luxury fashion, jewelry, cosmetics, hospitality, gastronomy, beauty, or art. You’ll approach luxury goods and services from multiple points of view: creative, organizational, managerial. You’ll examine marketing, branding, and communication for this unique market, as well as financial and team management. You’ll explore how to create elegant products and heightened experiences for your exclusive customers, while remaining sensitive to the cultural factors that surround the concept of luxury. You’ll learn to take innovative branding strategies from concept to execution, like rough diamonds that must be cut and polished to acquire their full value. You’ll develop your own personal analytical approach and language of expression. And, during an educational path that combines theory and research with practice, you’ll engage in a rewarding, collaborative dialogue with the industry professionals and consultants who guide your development. Audience The program is designed for candidates with a first-level degree in creative disciplines who wish to acquire skills in marketing and business management for the luxury industry. It is also aimed at graduates with degrees in the social sciences or in economic/managerial disciplines who wish to deepen their knowledge of the field of luxury goods, services, and experiences. Outcome During this degree program, students will: Develop projects... [-]

Master in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising

Domus Academy
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 Italy Milan

The Master in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising program investigates the role of the fashion stylist—one who selects the clothing for fashion editorials, advertisements, music videos, etc.—alongside the role of the visual merchandiser, one who creates three-dimensional fashion displays to provide customers with fresh in-store experiences. The program proposes merging these two roles to create a new professional profile: that of the “visual fashion brand communicator,” who directs the visual communication of a fashion brand. [+]

Look. Select. Combine. The Master in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising program investigates the role of the fashion stylist—one who selects the clothing for fashion editorials, advertisements, music videos, etc.—alongside the role of the visual merchandiser, one who creates three-dimensional fashion displays to provide customers with fresh in-store experiences. The program proposes merging these two roles to create a new professional profile: that of the “visual fashion brand communicator,” who directs the visual communication of a fashion brand. As you study to become a visual fashion brand communicator, you will learn to convey a brand’s identity and values through visual storytelling tools and create a compelling visual language for the brand. You’ll analyze visual merchandising strategies—window displays, floor plans—for showrooms, concept stores, monobrand stores, and department stores. During your year at Domus Academy, you will develop your own theoretical, analytical, and practical approach toward issues related to a specific segment of the fashion styling and visual merchandising field. And you’ll gain direct experience working with top professionals and prestigious brands. Audience The program is designed for candidates with a first-level degree in fashion design, design, photography, architecture, communication, or other related disciplines. It is also aimed at young professionals who work in the fields of industrial design and journalism, and at those who work in the media offices of fashion, fashion styling, or visual merchandising companies. Owners of fashion studios and companies may also enroll to improve their skills in fashion styling and visual merchandising. Outcome During this degree program,... [-]

Master Mode & Merchandising

Formasup Campus
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 France Bordeaux

Mastère D.M.O.E, majeure Merchandising : Mode & Design est un titre certifié niveau I, reconnu par l’état et inscrit au RNCP sous l’autorité de C3 Institute sous l’intitulé «Dirigeant Manager Opérationnel d’Entreprise». [+]

Masters in Merchandising in Europe 2017. Mastère D.M.O.E, majeure Merchandising : Mode & Design est un titre certifié niveau I, reconnu par l’état et inscrit au RNCP sous l’autorité de C3 Institute sous l’intitulé «Dirigeant Manager Opérationnel d’Entreprise». Il permet d’acquérir l’ensemble des fondamentaux du manager opérationnel pour développer et améliorer les performances de l’entreprise. Deux années pour professionnaliser le métier de dirigeant, apprendre à développer des stratégies, maitriser l’avenir de l’entreprise en création ou préparer efficacement la transmission. Le Dirigeant Manager Opérationnel d’Entreprise assure le développement général d’une entreprise et de ses activités, produits et prestations de services. Il définit les orientations stratégiques. Contenu pédagogique TRONC COMMUN D.M.O.E Développement général de l’entreprise Positionnement stratégique Pilotage économique et financier Déloppement de la politique commerciale et communication Encadrement et management MAJEURE - Merchandising : Mode & Design* Histoire & Culture Merchandising Merchandising stratégique Merchandising opérationnel E-Merchandising Outils de communication Anglais technique & professionnel Métiers visés Visuel Merchandiser - Responsable boutique de Luxe - Responsable de Marque - Repsonsable Marketing Brand Manager - Consultant - Entrepreneur Direction de filiale, d’univers ou de service. Statut étudiant ou alternance Statut étudiant sur rythme alterné De 8 à 12 mois de stage / gratification Statut alternance 1 semaine de formation / 3 semaines en entreprise rémunération de 80% à 100% du SMIC MONTANT ANNUEL DE LA SCOLARITÉ Frais d’inscription : 850 € Frais de scolarité : 5 250 € Possibilité de règlement au comptant (-5%), en 2 fois (-3%) ou 7 fois. [-]

Master's in Design of Commercial Spaces and Visual Merchandising

Bau Design College of Barcelona
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Spain Barcelona

Commercial spaces are currently the scene of a social activity on which a considerable part of the economy rests: the consumer society. The products we consume travel a long way before they reach our hands. [+]

Master's in Design of Commercial Spaces and Visual Merchandising The Master's in the Design of Commercial Spaces and Visual Merchandising (60 ECTS) is obtained by completing two postgraduate degrees, for 30 ECTS each. These postgraduate degrees may be completed in the same academic year, or in different years. All postgraduate courses that are part of a master's degree can be taken independently. PRESENTATION Commercial spaces are currently the scene of a social activity on which a considerable part of the economy rests: the consumer society. The products we consume travel a long way before they reach our hands. Manufacturers, distributors, businessmen, marketing procedures, etc., are involved in this process. However, the space in which consumer products are brought together is also an important area for corporate image, and the responsibility for this falls on the interior designer who designs this setting. Designers of interior spaces should no longer limit their concerns to the construction conditions of the space and the location in order to optimize and make the most of the resources that have been invested in the premises. The characteristics of the product and the consumer to whom it is aimed, the business model that comes from the commercial space itself, the marketing used for the positioning of the product and the point of sale have become parameters of significant relevance during the design process that this postgraduate course deals with. Unlike the postgraduate course on Visual Merchandising, whose purpose is to define the discipline of the professional in... [-]