At no other academic institution can you find guest speakers such as the ones we have at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design. Students attend regular industry talks from the best in their field, including design, publishing, journalism, marketing, retail, advertising, PR, and digital practices. Past speakers have included Adwoa Aboah, Victoria Beckham, Tory Burch, Anna Dello Russo, Edward Enninful, Tommy Hilfiger and Natalie Massenet.
Can’t wait to get your career started? Intense programmes such as our two-year BA (Hons) degree and our one-year Masters degrees mean you can get out into the industry more quickly than if you do the usual three-year course. Our academic staff, who are the best in their field, prefer to see their charges as “people” rather than just “students”; there is a high level of interaction and a lot of the teaching takes place in small groups to allow for a more personalised approach to learning.
Situated in the heart of Soho (London’s premier creative hub), our contemporary building has been designed to create a calm environment conducive to learning, with computer labs, an photography studio, a lecture theatre and a roof-terrace break-out area. Students can be inspired by the on-site Vogue magazine archive dating back to the late 1960s, and are within walking distance of Vogue House and the headquarters of Condé Nast.
Our courses are based on real-life, not just theory. Through industry speakers, company visits and real-time work projects, students will have gained extensive exposure to the working world before leaving the College, resulting in highly professional skills that are instantly transferrable to the workplace.
Our career services support you from day one, making sure you are ready for your next step after you graduate. Our graduates go on to find exciting roles in the fashion, luxury and media industries, working for world-famous brands such as Vogue, Cartier, Dior or Louis Vuitton to name but a few.
As a boutique academic institution, we have a highly personalised approach to learning and believe in nurturing individual career goals. A smaller-scale college environment means that you are part of a positive learning culture with excellent student camaraderie and strong support from staff, helping you get to where you want to go upon graduating from the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design.
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