A new year means new courses for the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design, and if you’re one of the many graduates that have been repeatedly refreshing our official website ever since the launch of our MA Fashion Media Practice course, then you will be very pleased with what you can now find.
One of the courses to be launched is the MA Fashion Communication – a postgraduate equivalent to our BA offering of the same name. The course is for those that come from academic backgrounds and disciplines often unrelated to fashion, but who wish to be introduced to a broad range of communication methods and strategies specific to the fashion industry. It will cover a varied spectrum of channels and approaches used by fashion companies to communicate and promote their brands, such as marketing strategies, PR messages, social media content and image making, and will aim to develop students’ understanding of how the fashion industry works, as well as the myriad of career opportunities it offers.
The second is MA Entrepreneurship: Fashion & Creative Industries, which seeks to introduce entrepreneurial students – with budding business ideas – to subjects such as branding, marketing strategy, business theory, and business planning at post-graduate level. However to join the course applicants do not have to have an already existing business idea, business idea development is part of the course. The course provides a unique learning experience for students and draws upon the expertise of Condé Nast International to provide ‘insider’ knowledge on the future of the fashion, media and luxury sectors, thus helping students to develop unique business concepts with a view to launching their own ventures in the future.
The College will be accepting applications for both courses by the end of March 2019. For more information on course dates and fees, please visit the following links: MA Fashion Communication, MA Entrepreneurship.
Written by Agata Mazurkiewicz