This exciting fashion fashion management degree in London, UK, encourages creative flair whilst also developing your business nous, including problem-solving, organisational, planning, promotional and fashion management skills.
You will gain a deeper understanding of buying cycles, sales performance, product development, fabric sourcing and testing, the supply chain, the importance of sustainability and fashion brand development.
This fashion marketing degree course will also teach you how to predict fashion trends, plan a fashion range, understand consumer behaviour and undertake psychographic profiling. It has been designed to provide students with the mindset and skillset needed to succeed in a competitive industry.
Your creative learning will be enhanced through a diverse range of guest speakers and industry-led projects, while external visits will provide behind-the-scenes insights into manufacturers, trade fairs, fabric suppliers and retail spaces.
This means you will develop a real understanding of the different roles and networks available to you. At Ravensbourne University London, we’re all about making you truly industry.
Using the Adobe suite and online fashion resources, you will develop the creative and practical skills to enable you to plan a fashion range, promote a brand, generate a professional report, pitch an idea and ultimately understand the business of fashion, including fashion marketing, buying and brand management.
During this fashion management degree, you will gain practical knowledge about the product development process, including fabric selection and testing, colour management, quality management and sustainability. CAD lessons will facilitate creative presentation while other CAD/CAM management tools will also help to prepare students for industry.
Do you wish to interpret consumer behaviour and build an understanding of the current global fashion market? Perhaps you harbour ambitions of releasing your own clothing range? This three-year degree in the cultural capital of London can help you realise your dream career in fashion buying and management.
Graduates will be able to pursue work in a number of fields including but not limited to:
Fashion buyer, merchandising, marketing, brand manager, trend forecasting, digital communications, data analyst/insights, sustainability coordinator, virtual showroom design, visual merchandiser, account strategist, online visual merchandiser, product developer, fabric buyer, digital fabric technologist, consumer experience manager, e-commerce manager, marketing manager, entrepreneur/business owner, managing director/CEO.
Past graduates have found roles as buyers, administration assistants, merchandising administration assistants, and visual merchandisers in well-known companies like Net-A-Porter, Harvey Nichols, Liberty, Urban Outfitters, Mackintosh, ASOS, River Island, and Kurt Geiger.