Fashion Business School at London College of Fashion, UAL has climbed to 50 on The Complete University Guide’s Business and Management Studies league table. Published annually, The Complete University Guide offers like for like comparisons between 127 UK universities.
Fashion Business School’s climb to 50 from 91 is a result of the incredible work the staff and students have been doing since launching in March 2015. The Fashion Business School incorporates both under and post graduate fashion management and science courses, and brings together events, enterprise activities, contacts and networking opportunities to get our students ready for the world of fashion business.
Andrew Hughes, Dean of Fashion Business School says
The fashion industry directly and indirectly contributes £46bn to the UK economy and employs nearly 800,000 people. As a business school we’re very proud to work in and support an industry with real economic and social impact. This rise in the Business and Management table reflects the growing importance of the Fashion Business School.
The FBS is a Small Business Charter Award holder, held by only 33 business schools in the UK. The School is accredited by Chartered Management Institute, Chartered Institute of Marketing, British Display Society and the British Psychological Society.