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Condé Nast College Studio

Facilities

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The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design has outstanding, award-winning facilities, created and newly constructed with the ambitions of the College and our students in mind. Furthermore, we offer our students contemporary learning environment to inspire creative and academic brilliance. 

The College is recognised throughout the world as a centre of educational excellence – a place where a new generation of the fashion industry’s best marketeers, PRs, stylists, editors, publishers, and journalists are starting their careers. The College achieves this by putting cutting-edge, student-centred, “anywhere, anytime” learning at the heart of our practice. In order to be sure that our students derive maximum benefit from the unique insight they receive into the fashion industry and its historical context, the College adopts a personalised and highly flexible approach to student learning.

Learning Environment

Our courses are based on practical methods – not simply theory. Teaching is intensive and supportive, combining a high proportion of face-to-face sessions with latest online learning facilities. This modern, blended learning approach also enables tutors to monitor students’ progress regularly and to deliver effective and constant feedback that is vital to ensure successful learning outcomes. Students also gain valuable, practical experience in delivering visual presentations. The ethos of the Condé Nast College is to equip students with knowledge and skills appropriate to a wide range of careers in the fashion industry or to prepare them for further study in relevant fields.

The Burgeoning Business of Fashion Education
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Print and Digital Library

Students have access to a wealth of printed and digital media. The College’s Central London location also means that students have easy access to many important public libraries and museums including The British Library, the National Art Library at the V&A, the Design Museum, Westminster Reference Library, Tate Library and archive reading rooms.