London College of Contemporary Arts is asking for eligible candidates in course of MA in Fashion Retails and Luxury Management. The course will be in London and Online. Awarding body of the course is Uninettuno. Total duration of the course is 18 months. This is framed in full time as well as distant learning. Intake will be in October 2017. Fees of the course is UK/EU £7000
Our MA merges aspects retail and management, resulting in you gaining knowledge and skill in more than one discipline and therefore exceeding the luxury sector’s standard expectations. From analysis of the fashion system to the study of marketing techniques and the detailed research into brand management to distribution scenario case studies, the content of our MA Fashion, Retail and Luxury Management course will provide you with an extremely thorough understanding of the industry. The course also looks closely at fashion as a cultural, social and historical system characterised by ever-evolving trends.
The course provides further insight into the industry in the form of guest speakers, trade visits and exhibition trips, allowing you to get a feel for the real working world of fashion and luxury.
Who is this course for:
Candidates with a first degree within business, design or related areas who would like to gain specialist knowledge of the management and visualisation of fashion, retail and luxury brand projects. Their desired future industry role can be based within the creative or business sectors as both aspects are accommodated within the programme.
Marketing and PR
The global market place
At LCCA, we provide a career management services, dedicated to offering you continuous support in your search to find the career path you wish to follow. Roles you are able to fulfil after your graduation include brand manager, retail manager, senior buyer and head of merchandising.
After successful completion of the programme, you will have the opportunity to enrol onto our work placement scheme in order to gain valuable experience and make contacts within the industry, possibly leading to permanent employment.
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