BSc (Hons) Fashion Management

This fashion management course equips students with the skills required for a highly successful career in management in the global fashion industry.

This course replaces BA (Hons) Fashion Management.

  • This course is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). Graduating students receive a CMI Diploma in addition to their degree.

Students on graduation day.

Read the article on LCF News

For the first time yesterday, 6 students from the Fashion Business School received the prestigious Chartered Management Institute (CMI) London and South East Regional Boards Award.

Drapers Roundtable discussion recently hosted Senior Lecturer James Clark. Courtesy of Drapers

Two students at a desk in a classroom at London College of Fashion

Students in a classroom, BA Fashion Management

Girl in front of pinboard, BA Fashion Management at London College of Fashion

BA Fashion Management students.

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Facts

Course Leader

Angie Lench (acting)

Course Location

High Holborn

Study LevelUndergraduate
Study ModeFull time
Course Length3 years / 4 years (with placement year in industry)
Home/EU Fee

£9,000 per year (tbc for 2017/18)

International Fee

£17,230 per year (tbc for 2017/18)

Autumn Term Dates25 Sep - 8 Dec 2017 (tbc)
Spring Term Dates8 Jan - 16 Mar 2018 (tbc)
Summer Term Dates16 April - 22 June 2018 (tbc)
Application Route

UCAS

Application DeadlineApplications for 2016/17 entry are now closed. Applications for 2017/18 entry will open in Autumn 2016.
UCAS CodeWN30
University CodeU65

Content and structure

BSc (Hons) Fashion Management has evolved from the well-known BA (Hons) Fashion Management course and is a key part of the Fashion Business School. The course is designed for students who are highly interested in business, business numeracy and quantitative skills and management within the context of the fashion industry, and is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). This will give you the opportunity to graduate with a CMI Diploma level 5 in addition to your degree.

The fashion industry is complex, global and highly competitive, and covers the full spectrum from luxury to value end markets. It therefore requires graduates who can respond effectively to the constantly changing challenges and opportunities presented to the fashion industry. This full time course will equip you with the relevant professional, academic, communication and business skills to tackle these challenges and exploit any opportunities. As part of the course BSc (Hons) Fashion Management students will develop the necessary skills to manipulate data and to evaluate, estimate and model a range of business problems, functions and phenomena. Interaction with industry is through a number of industry-led projects, and by meeting fashion experts who will share their ideas and opinions with you. Recently we have welcomed in representatives from Savile Menswear, Tiffany and Co, Deloitte, Joseph Wan from Harvey Nichols, a womenswear manager from Harrods, and Caroline Issa, Executive fashion Director of Tank Magazine, amongst others.

Over the course of the degree students have the opportunity to enter external prizes and competitions. Sophie Nolan, a graduate from 2014, was awarded first prize in the National Dissertation Competition sponsored by Marks and Spencer and presented at the Annual Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry (ASBCI) conference. You will have the opportunity to attend relevant conferences such as the one arranged by the ASBCI and to visit a European fashion city on an optional trip in the first year.

Some of you may wish to take advantage of the option of doing the placement year between the second and final year of the course. This placement can be in the UK or overseas and can include a period of international study and work. Successful completion of this year will give an additional qualification, the Diploma in Professional Studies. Students have taken up recent placements with Debenhams, Polo Ralph Lauren, ASOS, River Island, Adobe, Levis, Hobbs, Fenwicks, Jimmy Choo and Dr Martens, as well as placements abroad in Europe, New York, Australia, India and Hong Kong. Throughout the course, in conjunction with LCF Careers, we support you with career planning sessions enabling you to make contacts and build relationships within the industry before graduation.

The course is based at High Holborn, adjacent to Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Other green spaces in the area include Gray’s Inn Gardens and Coram’s Fields. Situated nearby are Sir John Soane’s Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, the Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square, and the British Museum in Bloomsbury. Markets worth visiting are the weekday lunchtime markets in Leather Lane and Exmouth Market. Lamb’s Conduit Street with its independent shops is a five minute walk, and Covent Garden, with its numerous shops, bars and restaurants, the Royal Opera House and many of the West End’s theatres, is a ten minute walk away. 

Our John Prince’s Street site, with the library; the retail and leisure facilities of Covent Garden, Oxford Street and Regent Street, are merely two tube stops along the Central line.

The course team arrange a variety of optional trips and visits to supplement your studies. These trips are often local and where possible provided at nil or reduced cost. Opportunities for extended trips to fashion industry events or areas of interest are usually offered in the first and second year and where these trips involve accommodation and travel costs we aim to offer good value for students.

Travelling across London

The renowned London College of Fashion library is at our John Prince’s Street site, and you will need to travel to this site, and possibly others, during your course to use the library, which is open seven days a week in term time, and for tuition and special events.

Course Structure

The academic year for this course is divided into Period 1 and Period 2.
Period 1 is of 15 weeks’ duration from early October to mid-February. In accordance with the University timetable, there will be a four week holiday in December.
Period 2 is also of 15 weeks’ duration from mid-February to the end of June with a four week holiday for Easter.

Year One  -  Stage One  -  level 4  -  120 credits

Period One

Introduction to Fashion Management (20 credits)
The Fashion Business Environment (20 credits)
Fashion Marketing Management (20 credits)
Period Two
Finance and Management Control (20 credits)
Fashion Operations and Enterprise Management (40 credits)

Students are eligible for the interim award Cert HE Fashion Management on completion of 120 credits at level 4

Year Two  -  Stage Two  -  level 5  -  120 credits

Period One

Fashion Product Management (20 credits)
People Management in Fashion (20 credits)
Technology, Innovation and Digital Fashion Management (20 credits)

Period Two

Fashion Consumer Insights (20 credits)
Fashion Consultancy Project (40 credits)

Students are eligible for the interim award Dip HE Fashion Management on completion of 240 credits (120 at level 4 and 120 at level 5)
 
Professional Placement Year (optional)
Diploma in Professional Studies Level 5 (120 credits)

Final Year  -  Stage Three  -  level 6  -  120 credits

Period One

Future of Fashion (20 credits)
Strategic Fashion Management (with multiple curriculum streams) (40 credits)
Period One and Period Two
Fashion Management: Final Major Project (60 credits)

Students are eligible for the final award BSc (Hons) Fashion Management on completion of 360 credits (120 at level 4, 120 at level 5, and 120 at level 6).

Travelling across London

The renowned London College of Fashion library is at our John Prince’s Street site, and you will need to travel to this site, and possibly others, during your course to use the library, which is open seven days a week in term time, and for tuition and special events.

Additional costs

In addition to tuition fees you are very likely to incur additional costs such as travel expenses and the cost of materials. We strongly suggest you read the information on our Additional Costs page.

Course structure

The information outlined is an indicative structure of the course. Whilst we will aim to deliver the course as described on this page, there may be situations where it is desirable or necessary for the University to make changes in course provision, for example because of regulatory requirements or operational efficiencies, before or after enrolment. If this occurs, we will communicate all major changes to all applicants and students who have either applied or enrolled on the course.

Please note that due to staff research agreements or availability, not all of the optional modules listed may be available every year.

In addition, the provision of course options which depend upon the availability of specialist teaching, or on a placement at another institution, cannot be guaranteed. Please check this element of the course with the course team before making a decision to apply.

Webpage updates

We will update this webpage from time to time with new information as it becomes available. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact a member of the course team.

Staff

Resources

Our excellent resources for educating our students are two-fold: people and premises. People includes everyone at the College who contributes directly in some way to your education, whether as a subject tutor, a technician, an Open Access officer, a librarian or a study support tutor. Premises include the buildings and the facilities contained in them, such as specialist machinery, design studios and workshops, lecture and seminar rooms, and the library.

Resources

Our excellent resources for educating our students are two-fold: people and premises. People includes everyone at the College who contributes directly in some way to your education, whether as a subject tutor, a technician, an Open Access officer, a librarian or a study support tutor. Premises include the buildings and the facilities contained in them, such as specialist machinery, design studios and workshops, lecture and seminar rooms, and the library.

Angie Lench

Angie Lench is a Senior Lecturer and Acting Course Leader for the BSc in Fashion Management. Her strengths lie in her industry experience spanning more than 20 years working in international fashion retail management as well as buying and merchandising. She has held numerous positions with successful retailers such as Selfridges and TK Maxx including Senior Buyer and Head of Merchandising. Her teaching career has been previously established at the Fashion Retail Academy, having been instrumental in developing fashion retail-specific courses including a Foundation degree in Fashion Retail Management for over 10 years, maintaining her connection with the fashion industry. In addition she is already an established final year dissertation tutor in the Fashion Business School at LCF. Angie has a PGCE in Post-Compulsory Education and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Educational Leadership & Management.

Liz Gee

Liz Gee is Programme Director of Fashion Management courses at the Fashion Business School. Liz has been teaching financial management and corporate strategy at the London College of Fashion since 2006. Liz is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and as a Chartered Manager is a member of the Chartered Management Institute. Liz has fashion industry financial experience as Treasurer of Debenhams plc and as a Corporate Banker with Barclays plc. A Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Liz completed her MA in Academic Practice at UAL in 2014 with a thesis on the pedagogy of enterprise and employability and recently received a UAL award for Teaching Excellence. Liz’s subject-related research interests lie in new funding paradigms for fashion businesses and she is currently writing several chapters of a textbook of Strategic Fashion Management.

Heather Pickard is the Associate Dean of the Fashion Business School. She is registered as a Chartered Manager with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), which is recognised by Royal Charter as the professional body for managers in the UK. Heather has been involved with the fashion industry for over 30 years, having joined Topshop as a retail management trainee before moving over to head office and moving up the career ladder to the role of Buying and Merchandising Controller. After working for several high street businesses, her career changed direction and she joined the University of the Arts London. Her teaching draws on management experience acquired in industry, and with a MA in Academic Practice, her research interests lie in supply chain and sustainability, student retention, achievement and employability.

James Clark

James Clark is a Senior Lecturer in buying and merchandising for a number of courses at London College of Fashion. He is the author of Fashion Merchandising: Principles and Practice (Palgrave). James has lectured in buying and merchandising since 2007 and prior to that worked in numerous roles within UK fashion retail businesses such as Debenhams, Viyella and House of Fraser, with his last substantive position being that of Head of Merchandising. He has consulted with a number of brands including Gant and House of Fraser. Since joining UAL, James has taught on the BSc (Hons) Fashion Management, MSc Strategic Fashion Management and BA (Hons) Buying and Merchandising courses. As part of his academic work he has supported undergraduate students throughout their studies and is an established final year dissertation tutor. In addition to these activities, James has worked on behalf of the university in several countries including China, Korea, India, Russia, Dubai and Panama. He has also published his first academic book, Fashion Merchandising: Principles and Practice, to support his teaching and research interests.

Rosemary Varley

Rosemary Varley is the Subject Director (Marketing and Retail) and Research Coordinator for the Fashion Business School and is responsible for academic curriculum and research development. She teaches fashion strategy across courses and her research interests focus on the relationship between fashion brands and their retail environment. She has authored Retail Product Management (3rd Edition), co-authored Principles of Retailing (2nd Edition) and presented a wide variety of conference papers. Rosemary is registered as a Chartered Manager with the Chartered Management Institute.

Careers

Developing your skills

All our undergraduate courses are concerned with the development of your personal and professional skills. On your course you will evolve from learning basic skills in your discipline through to a position where you are an independent creative thinker capable of making an effective contribution to the relevant sector of the fashion industry. Personal and Professional Development (PPD) skills are embedded in all units on every course. Speaker programmes with contributions from alumni, members of industry and others are a part of many courses, as are work placement opportunities in industry. Where relevant, students have the chance to attend trade fairs, enter industry competitions, visit exhibitions and go on field trips and visits. The central position of our John Prince’s Street site in the West End affords students easy access to all sectors of the fashion retail market. In addition, our position as a constituent College in the University of the Arts London means that our students have access to the wide range of activities and events that occur in all the Colleges and at the University’s centre. Last but not least, being in London gives every student opportunities to explore and be inspired by the cultural, intellectual and social life of one of the great capital cities of the world.

Graduates who wish to continue their education at postgraduate level are encouraged to progress to suitable courses within the College, the University or elsewhere.

Many graduates prefer to seek employment as soon as they have completed their undergraduate studies. Recent Fashion Management graduates have joined leading companies operating in the wider fashion industry in the UK and abroad, services agencies and fashion startups in a wide range of roles. Examples of companies currently employing our recent graduates include John Lewis, Gap, Primark, Mulberry, Marks and Spencer, House of Fraser, Harrods, Arcadia, Burberry, ASOS, Urban Outfitters, Michael Kors, Ted Baker, and Prada. Many graduates also return to be key participants in family businesses, and more recently several have launched new businesses in partnerships or on a self-employed basis in both national and international arenas.

LCF Careers

LCF Careers provides a comprehensive career management service supporting our students to become informed and self-reliant individuals able to plan and manage their own careers.

Entry requirements

Opportunities for All

We are committed to making university education an achievable option for a wider range of people and seek to recruit students from diverse socio-economic, cultural and educational backgrounds. We are committed to supporting all our students in achieving their potential both during and after their courses.

Course Entry Requirements

Entry to this course is highly competitive: applicants are expected to achieve, or already have, the course entry requirements detailed below.

‘A’ level passes at grade C or above to total at least 280 UCAS tariff points PLUS passes in six GCSE subjects at grade B or above to include Maths and English

OR equivalent awards

Preferred subjects include Maths, Business Studies, Economics, Science and subjects from the Social Sciences area.

Applicants are expected to show evidence of work experience or placement.

This course requires a minimum 280 UCAS tariff points.

Exceptionally, applicants who do not meet these course entry requirements may still be considered if the course team judges the application demonstrates additional strengths and alternative evidence. This might, for example, be demonstrated by: related academic or work experience; the quality of the personal statement; a strong academic or other professional reference; or a combination of these factors.

 

English Language Requirements

All classes are conducted in English. If English is not your first language you will be asked to provide evidence of your English language ability when you enrol.

The level required by the University for this course is IELTS 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in any one skill.

Please visit the UAL Language Requirements page, read carefully and look at the relevant documents.

 

Student Selection Criteria

What We Look For

The course team seeks to recruit students who can demonstrate:

  • A strong interest in the different roles of management within the fashion industry 
  • An analytical problem solving approach 
  • A proactive attitude
  • Self-motivation and an independent approach
  • An ability to multi-task 
  • Strong numeracy skills

This might, for example, be demonstrated by: related academic or work experience; the quality of the personal statement, a strong academic or other professional reference; or a combination of these factors.

Applicants will be expected to evidence reasons in the application for:

  • why you want to come on the course and what you will bring to the course
  • an understanding of the different management roles within the fashion industry
  • an awareness of current affairs
  • an awareness of fashion and the role it plays in the culture of a society
  • the ability to work in a team
  • a motivation to succeed on the course
  • a motivation for working in management in the fashion industry

How to apply

Home EU Applicants

You can apply online through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

Go to ‘Apply’ from the UCAS home page, where you will be able to register and create a password that gives you unique access as you complete your application form.

You will need the University code, the UCAS code for this course, and the deadline date for your application. You will find these on the Facts tab.

Contact us on: 

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7514 7973 / 7582 / 7344

Or you can use the UAL Course Enquiry Form

International Applicants

International students should also apply online through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). If you are an international applicant and UAL is the only university you want to apply to in the UK, you can make a direct application to your chosen course at UAL using the downloadable application form, which you can download via LCF's International page. You can also apply through one of UAL’s official representatives in your country.

For advice and guidance with your application, please contact the UAL admissions team who can answer any specific questions that you may have regarding LCF's courses tailored for international students. This may include portfolio advice, the application process and fee advice. We offer a ‘drop-in’ facility for applicants who may be in London and wish to obtain further course and admissions information. Please LCF's International team for further information on this facility. We can also arrange a tour of our facilities if we are given prior notice.

Deferred Entry

Deferred Entry is normally only allowed in exceptional circumstances. Please contact us before you submit your application if you are considering applying for deferred entry.

What Happens Next?

All application forms, personal statements and references are read and considered by the course team against the selection criteria listed on the Entry Requirements tab, under What We Look For.

International applicants will undertake a business numeracy test and an interview (in person or by telephone) and the outcome will be communicated to you.

If you applied through UCAS the result of your application will be communicated to you via UCAS through ucastrack. You will only receive further communication directly from the College if your application has been successful. This will be in the form of a full offer pack, sent by email, including details of accommodation, fees, and other important information.

Showing your Work

All final year students are given the opportunity to profile their work online via Showtime. London College of Fashion can make no guarantee that your work (either in sum or in part) will be shown, exhibited or profiled in any way as part of your course. All student work appearing in College organised events, catwalk shows, exhibitions and other forms of showcase, is selected by a panel of senior staff and, in some instances, external industry judges.

Course units

Year One

In the first period of delivery you will study three units:

Introduction to Fashion Management aims to introduce you to your course and its subject specialism as to effective learning and studentship at undergraduate level. It will orientate you to the practices and knowledge-base needed to understand your discipline and help you to develop your skills for independent & collaborative learning, reflection and your own self development.  Students come from many diverse educational backgrounds and a part of this unit will enable to reflect on your own background and how that shapes the way you approach your course.

The Fashion Business Environment will provide an introduction to the business environment of the global fashion industry. You will be introduced to a wide range of technological, consumer, legal and ethical factors alongside the opportunity to study in depth fundamental micro and macro-economic concepts. A range of analytical techniques and skills will also be introduced to underpin your later studies.

Fashion Marketing Management provides you with the opportunity to explore marketing principles and management in a world where customers’ needs and behaviours are constantly evolving, the economy is unpredictable, competitive pressure is a constant factor and technology is continually developing and advancing. You will evaluate the current market position of a specific fashion business and present viable marketing and communication strategies in the form of a marketing plan.

In the second period of delivery you will study two units:

Finance and Management Control serves to introduce you to the financial environment and the operations of financial markets relevant to global fashion businesses. It explores how fashion managers can effectively use different sources of finance. You will learn the basic principles of financial accounts and how the accounts of small businesses are prepared to support your learning on other units.  You will also learn to apply this knowledge to the analysis of the financial statements of public companies.  You will be introduced to the principles of management accounting and the application of costing, pricing and investment appraisal techniques in making decisions and controlling fashion businesses.

Fashion Operations and Enterprise Management develops and allows you to apply a range of knowledge and skills previously acquired to fund and trade a start-up small fashion e-commerce business. You will work collaboratively in a team, assuming the functional roles frequently found in small fashion businesses and apply theoretical learning in a real life business scenario. In doing this you will acquire techniques and skills of project management, teamwork, presentation and research to support the successful development of your business. There will be a focus on acquiring operational, entrepreneurship, business and creative skills to formulate your brand proposition and turn your concept into competitive products within the e-commerce arena.

Year Two

In the first period of delivery you will study three units:

Fashion Product Management will examine the breadth and complexity of fashion production management within a modern global supply chain environment by reviewing the activities and processes involved in the creation of a product range. The unit identifies via a linear process map the journey from the creation of fibres to the presentation and promotion of product to the consumer and includes the demonstration of theoretical and practical approaches to the subject. The unit will contribute to future units by providing knowledge and understanding of the subject that can be applied within later units.

People Management in Fashion will introduce you to key theoretical approaches to organisational behaviour, corporate culture and people management relevant to the effective contemporary global fashion business. You will develop your knowledge and understanding of approaches to people management practice in the context of the competitive environment in which fashion companies operate. You will develop an appreciation of the importance of human resources management as a key competence for achieving sustainable competitive advantage in the contemporary fashion business. You will also be given the opportunity to apply this theory to your own career goals and learn how to operate as a fashion industry professional. 

Technology, Innovation and Digital Fashion Management - Prospective employers expect graduates to be able to understand the complexities of digital business models. This unit develops your knowledge and understanding of how consumers operate on digital platforms and they use digital technologies and devices to interact with fashion brands and purchase fashion products. The unit will examine the associated managerial implications of technology and innovation.

In the second period of delivery you will study two units:

Fashion Consumer Insights In order for fashion organisations to achieve their business and marketing objectives, they must understand the buying behaviour of consumers. This unit will introduce you to theoretical concepts of consumer behaviour, investigating how cultural, social, personal and psychological factors affect buyer behaviour. You will have the opportunity to develop your practical research skills by conducting a research project exploring an aspect of consumer behaviour. Specifically you will learn how to interrogate secondary sources, how to select and design a range of primary research methods, and how to analyse research findings to uncover consumer insights pertinent to managerial decision- making.

Fashion Consultancy Project brings together the theoretical and operational fashion business management principles previously studied. It provides a bridge between the teamwork in Stage 1 and the independent study required to complete the final year. The unit allows you to relate academic theory to practical business operations and highlights different approaches to fashion management. You will work collaboratively in a small team on a specific negotiated project as business consultants to a fashion company, which you will source.

Professional Placement Year (optional)

The Diploma in Professional Studies (the Diploma) is a University of the Arts London Award for a period of professional placement of at least 30 weeks duration. The placement is undertaken after successful completion of stage 2 of the four-year Bachelor’s degree or a five-year integrated Master’s degree.  It is a requirement of the Diploma award that the 30 weeks professional placement must be completed in full.

The Diploma in Professional Studies aims to:

  • develop an appreciation of the culture and practice of the work place;
  • put course content and study into perspective;
  • develop transferable skills;
  • enhance students' opportunities for career or academic progression.

There is flexibility to combine a placement in industry either in the United Kingdom or overseas (of at least 20 weeks) with a period of studying abroad (of at least 10 weeks). It is recommended that the placement in industry be with one organisation for a minimum of 30 weeks (if you are not undertaking a period of studying abroad) to benefit fully from your placement experience. In exceptional circumstances more than one placement in industry can occur to meet the minimum requirements for the award of the Diploma.

During the placement, your academic studies continue through the compilation of a written report and reflection, which focuses on the opportunities and challenges relating to the professional placement. This not only continues the development of your study skills but also allows the ongoing development of your research, analytical and evaluative skills.

Successful completion of the year will give you the additional qualification of a Diploma in Professional Studies.

Access to the optional Diploma is by application only. Candidates are expected to successfully complete year 1 and 2 of the undergraduate degree and to meet the specific entry requirements for Diploma consideration. Your application will be reviewed by the academic team and if accepted, you will work with a tutor from the academic faculty and a member of the LCF Careers team to secure a work-placement or study abroad opportunity. If your application is unsuccessful or if a placement / study abroad opportunity is not secured then you will progress directly to the third year of the undergraduate degree.

Final Year

In the first period of delivery you will study two units.

The Future of Fashion aims to investigate current issues that are shaping the fashion industry in general and the fashion management area in particular. The content of the unit will focus on contemporary issues and will evolve as the industry changes. This unit will develop your understanding of change within the fashion industry by examining how the industry responds to macro factors and trends. Through the analysis of data and opinions and a critique of theoretical frameworks and models, you will evaluate the sphere of influence of these changes on the industry. Furthermore, you will use qualitative and quantitative research to support your arguments and conclusions. It will provide you with an opportunity to study in detail current issues in the fashion industry, which may inform areas of further investigation as part of the learning associated with the development of your Final Major Project.

Strategic Fashion Management provides the opportunity to gain a sound theoretical and practical understanding of the principles and practice of strategic management. You will have the opportunity to explore a range of different topics including:

  • Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Leadership;
  • Strategic Financial Resource Management;
  • Strategic Brand Management;
  • Entrepreneurship and small business management.

You will gain in depth knowledge of the management challenges in that particular area of fashion management. You will develop relevant skills and acquire knowledge of the systems and processes that impact contemporary management practice.

In the first and second period of delivery you will undertake Fashion Management: Final Major Project. The Final Major Project represents the culmination of your degree. This unit will provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of management theories and practices and your ability to apply and contextualise these when developing a substantial piece of individual work. You are expected to conduct rigorous primary and secondary research and to synthesise theoretical and operational issues relevant to current debates within the fashion industry.  Your Final Major Project is an independent and self-directed piece of work undertaken with the guidance of a supervisor. You may choose between an empirical dissertation or a practice based project focusing on issues relevant to fashion management.

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