A Master of Fashion is attractive for those, who are addicted to all kinds of trends in colour, in styling and in different fabrics. But it is far more than just being fashionable.
Masters programmes in Fashion are available for several specialisations. The most popular one is fashion design, where you expand your creative talent and create tomorrow’s fashion trends.
Another possibility is to research textiles and thereby subjects like product construction, textile technology, finishing, and quality control. As this specialisation is mainly focused on the materials, you will also get a broad insight to the technological innovations of fashion.
Furthermore, you have the chance to get a general overview of how fashion is connected to several other sectors such as fashion journalism, art & design, marketing, and retail. On the one hand, you need to be educated in cultural heritage, history, and aesthetic theories; on the other hand, being creative and capable of coming up with individual and challenging ideas and concepts is also very important.
A Master of Fashion can provide a comprehensive understanding and foundation in all of these aspects. Normally this Masters programme will last about one to two years.
After completing the Masters programme in Fashion, you have several possibilities of entering the job market, examples are:
|Fashion Design||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Fashion Marketing - From Strategy to Branding||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Fashion Management||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Fashion Communication and Styling||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|MSc in Luxury Management & Marketing||emlyon business school|
|Fashion Business||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Fashion Design Management||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Fashion Marketing||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|M. Sc. Textiles||ITECH Lyon, member of Institut Polytechnique de Lyon (IPL)|
|M.Sc. Leather Technology||ITECH Lyon, member of Institut Polytechnique de Lyon (IPL)|
|Fashion and Communication||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Fashion Products Management||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Fashion Marketing and Communication||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Textile and Surfaces Design||IED Istituto Europeo Di Design|
|Master in Fashion Management||Antwerp Management School|
|Fashion and Textiles||University of Derby|
|Design - Fashion Management||University of Southampton|
|Fashion Journalism||Regent's University London|
|Fashion||University of Edinburgh|
|International Fashion Retailing (Multichannel Marketing)||University of Manchester|
|Textiles||University of Leeds|
|Creative Futures: Surface Pattern Design||Staffordshire University|
|Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship: Fashion Pathway||Goldsmiths, University of London|
|Fashion Design||Birmingham City University|
|Fashion Menswear||Royal College of Art|
|International Fashion Retailing||University of Manchester|
|Global Fashion Management||University of Leeds|
|Fashion Management and Communication||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Finance (MBA)||Bangor University|
|Fashion Design, Styling and Promotion||University of Bedfordshire|
|Textile Conservation||University of Glasgow|
|International Fashion Marketing||Coventry University London|
|Textiles||Royal College of Art|
|Textile Design Innovation||Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University|
|Design - Fashion Design||University of Southampton|