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Fashion Business School Postgraduate courses

Window display in Carnaby Street | Fashion Business School & Shaftesbury
Window display in Carnaby Street | Fashion Business School & Shaftesbury
Window display in Carnaby Street | Fashion Business School & Shaftesbury | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London | © Andrew Meredith

Our Fashion Business School enjoys a global reputation for its unique specialist fashion business courses that challenge fashion as an economically and globally important sector. With courses that are taught either online or through a combination of both in-person and online teaching, studying with us has never been so easy.

Online degrees

Benefit from a high-quality education, but on your terms. Whatever your personal commitments, our flexible online degrees are here to fit around your lifestyle.

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    MA22 Victoria House digital installation | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London | © Cara Brown
    MA Strategic Fashion Marketing (online)

    Develop your creative and strategic skills within fashion marketing and management, whilst questioning the status quo of the industry.

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    MSc Fashion Analytics and Forecasting

    Use data analytics and forecasting to solve real problems facing the fashion industry; from design and production through to environmental impact.

Low residency degrees

With a combination of both in person and online teaching, experience the best of both worlds with our low-residency option.

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    Still life shoot by London College of Fashion. ©University of Arts London
    Graduate Diploma Fashion Management

    Through exploring business and management theories, combined with practical applications, we aim to develop strategic thinkers and decision makers.

In-person degrees

Cemented as one of the most influential cities in the world for fashion, join us in-person and experience the buzz of the city for yourself.

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    LCF MBA. Still life photoshoot. © University of Arts London.

    The full-time MBA is focused on the wider global fashion industry and aimed at candidates who have three years experience in the industry, including internships, work experience or those running their own company.

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    MA Fashion Design Management event. © University of Arts London
    MA Fashion Design Management

    A fashion design management course with a global perspective for students wishing to enter managerial roles within the fashion and design industries.

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    Work by MA Fashion Entrepreneurship and Innovation student, Fernanda Bernardi.
    MA Fashion Entrepreneurship and Innovation

    This fashion entrepreneurship course develops entrepreneurs who can build and capitalise on the existing strengths in the UK and international fashion industries.

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    MA Fashion Global Retail Management © University of Arts London
    MA Global Fashion Retailing

    A fashion retail course aimed at students who wish to pursue a management, or creative, career in omnichannel fashion retailing, to shape current and future international fashion retailing strategy and operations.

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    Psychology themed student illustration. © Finnian Kidd
    MSc Applied Psychology in Fashion

    The first and only MSc in the world that applies psychological science within the context of fashion to make a positive difference through increasing knowledge, improving performance and enhancing well-being.

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    PG Cert Fashion: Buying and Merchandising

    A dynamic, relevant and industry-facing fashion buying and merchandising course, with live briefs, keynote speakers and field trips.