Antwerp, Belgium

Fashion Management

when 23 August 2021 - 1 September 2021
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 1750

Attend this unique program that aims at growing managerial talents for the fashion industry, covering topics from fashion marketing and PR, to finance, supply chain management, leadership and sustainability in fashion.

WHY FOLLOW THIS PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ANTWERP?

A comprehensive overview of the aspects of fashion management, with an emphasis on as well entrepreneurial fashion designers, high fashion, luxury brands as retail.

Paris classes at the prestigious IFM (Institut Français de la Mode), Antwerp classes at University of Antwerp

A team of international accomplished faculty selected for both academic credentials and professional experience will provide you with high-quality, competence-driven teaching.

In previous editions we’ve welcomed lecturers such as Bianca Luzi (CEO for Raf Simons), Tony Kent (London School of Fashion), Tina Debo (Advice President for Kipling), Karinna Knobbs (The Graduate School at London College of Fashion), Walter Van Beirendonk (fashion designer), Tim Van Steenbergen (fashion designer)...

A mixture of in-class and on-site learning methods: group discussions, practical knowledge, visits to fashion companies, the fashion districts and flagship stores.

Build your international network and exchange insights in different fashion communities, research and businesses with fellow participants from all over the world.

Target group

Professionals, (recently graduated in 2021) Master students as well as Bachelor students with proven fashion experience, highly motivated to work in the fashion industry.

Credits info

3 EC
Successful completion of the summer school can be awarded with 3 credits according the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Credits will be awarded for participants who succesfull complete an assignment. During and after the summer school, participants work together with a fashion designer/ entrepreneur to design a business plan for the practitioner’s case. With this exercise participants apply their knowledge and insights acquired through the lectures, debates, study visits and literature to a 'real life' case. With this business plan students prove insight in the opportunities and pitfalls that organizations face when doing business in fashion.

To include the credits in the curriculum at the home institution, participants need an agreement with the responsible person at the home institution.

A certificate will be awarded at the end of the programme.

Fee info

EUR 1750: Professionals: €1750

Fee includes coffee breaks, course material, lunches, receptions and social activities. It does not include accommodation or transport between Ant­werp and Paris.

The fee includes coffee breaks, course material, lunches, receptions & social activities. Does not include accommodation or transport between Antwerp and Paris.
EUR 1000: Students (master or PhD) registration fee

The fee includes coffee breaks, course material, lunches, receptions & social activities. It does not include accommodation or transport between Antwerp and Paris.