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About the course

MA International Fashion Business aims to develop agile and resilient fashion managers who can respond to the opportunities and challenges arising in the sector.

The course will develop your skills to devise operational and strategic plans for fashion organisations. You’ll gain theoretical and practice-based knowledge and insights into real industry situations, and be equipped with the core skills to manage people and resources to sustain and grow fashion brands. 

The curriculum covers key management subjects including: leadership and change management; internationalisation; supply chain management; ethics and sustainability; product development; omni-channel marketing and branding strategies; retail management; buying and merchandising practice; and financial management.

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Entry Requirements

A good honours degree (minimum 2.1) or equivalent in a relevant discipline, or relevant experience plus a short report or presentation illustrating your knowledge and perspective on an aspect of the fashion industry prior to interview. International and EU applicants will also need to meet our English Language requirements.

Where is Nottingham Trent University

Student Profile(s)

Philine Gehrmann

“I chose NTU because of the uniqueness of the course and its industry links, along with the national recognition for the University´s teaching methods and high student satisfaction. Studying MA International Fashion Management at NTU has provided me with both the academic and practical knowledge necessary to pursue my career aspirations within the industry. This, combined with living and studying in a different cultural environment, has further enriched my experience and personal development.

“My MA International Fashion Management course inspired me to look at the issue of ethics and sustainability in the fashion industry. I´ve always been interested in the fashion industry but I would say that I had an idealised picture of it and did not see the negatives aspects.

“During our first term, a British high-street fashion brand gave a guest lecture on ethics and sustainability in the company´s supply chain and the challenges they faced. Inspired by their insight, my thesis will now focus on the question of how cultural differences influence and complicate the negotiation and implementation of Western ethical standards within the supply chain of the fashion and textile industry.

“The course staff are definitely well chosen – our lecturers have industry knowledge, experience and are well-connected in the fashion industry. Everyone is very friendly, sympathetic and highly motivated to support and give you the best experience while studying at NTU.

“I think that the course will help me on an academic as well as personal level. Studying a Masters course abroad is an adventure that has taught me a lot about myself and helped me to develop my personal strengths and skills. Academically, the course provides me with a network, industry knowledge, and research skills that help me deepen my knowledge in specific areas I am most passionate about.”

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