International Fashion Management at Coventry University - UCAS

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Course summary

The MBA International Fashion Management course is designed to address the needs of the next generation of fashion industry professionals, by aiming to provide a challenging and stimulating course that combines the highest quality of academic and professional discipline, built on current research and advanced scholarship, with direct input from and exposure to the fashion industry. The learning and assessment on the MBA International Fashion Management course is structured around active, participative and individual learning, while focusing on systematic understanding of knowledge and critical awareness of current trends and/ or new insights, much of what is at, or informed by, the forefront of academic discipline, field of study and an area of professional practice. The opportunity to take part in teamwork, business simulations and real-industry fashion projects with fashion industry clients and professionals (subject to availability and who have previously included clients like London Hat Week, Sarah Haran, Endrime, Laura Lee Jewellery among others), all of which are underpinned by academic analysis and synthesis, and offer students an opportunity to apply their academic knowledge and skills in professional practice.

Assessment method

You will be assessed regularly so that both you and your tutors can identify your strengths as well as any areas where you may need additional support. Assessments reflect workplace activities, and will therefore focus on team work, business simulations and real-world projects. You’ll be expected to work under pressure to produce work which is fit for purpose in the contemporary business environment. Through a blend of seminars, workshops, debates, presentations and written assignments, you might be assessed on your research journal, trend book and range book, and the development and presentation of board papers, executive summaries, and creative pitches As examples, you might be asked to develop a brand-new independent fashion boutique or concept store, or to develop a fashion brand’s marketing audit report or a strategic, operational and financial plan. You might create a trend prediction portfolio, a fashion design and product development portfolio, a buying and merchandising portfolio, or a feasibility report for assessing an opportunity. You might do a financial analysis of a business, coming up with a cash budget or cash flow analysis. The Coventry University Group assessment strategy ensures that our courses are fairly assessed and allows us to monitor student progression towards the achieving the intended learning outcomes. Assessments may include exams, individual assignments or group work elements.

Entry requirements

A second class honours degree (2:2) or equivalent. Applications from candidates with relevant experience will be considered on an individual basis. Work experience is desirable but not essential.

Fees and funding

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International Fashion Management at Coventry University - UCAS