- 6 January 2019 - 31 May 2019
- Location: University-wide
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Join us for Fashion Means Business 19 at Old Spitalfields Market, an unmissable interactive and informative experience.
Fashion Means Business 19, will encompass the full spectrum of the Fashion Business School’s academic portfolio; including Undergraduate and Integrated Masters courses, Postgraduate, MBA and Executive MBA Programmes.
Showcasing the school through a range of interactive events, this scheduled programme will include workshops, talks and opportunities to learn more. Please see below for the full programme.
This will be your opportunity to experience the Fashion Business School, view student work, and meet the Student Engagement team who can answer any questions you may have about studying at LCF.
Please see the schedule for the prospective students day below:
Experience LCF’s Fashion Business School.
We invite secondary school students to visit our interactive Science, Psychology, Digital Learning and Visual Merchandising Labs. These labs will allow students to see how their school curriculum translates to university study and the ever-changing fashion industry.
Labs will be available between 9.30am-11.30am. If you are a school and interested in attending, please contact our Outreach Team.
FMB Digital Showcase
Interactive Plug + Play Digital Expo, 9.30am-9pm
LCF’s Fashion Business School presents a range of interactive and immersive digital content. Audiences can engage and explore work from the Fashion Business School’s unique range of courses and wider LCF specialist departments like the Digital Anthropology Lab.
The audience will gain an exclusive insight into the LCF Fashion Business School, whilst exploring business’ impact on the fashion industry.
Prospective Students, 2-5pm
Considering studying at the Fashion Business School? This is an opportunity to experience the Fashion Business School up close and personal, view a host of student work across all levels, meet FBS Academic teaching teams; current students, alumni and student engagement teams.
Main Stage, 2pm-5pm
The LCF Student Engagement Team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Meet the FBS Academic Team, 3-5pm
Course leaders, students and alumni will be available throughout the exhibition to talk to you about their courses and Fashion Business School experience.
Interactive Exploratory Labs, 2-5pm
An opportunity to explore behind-the-scenes of the fashion, beauty and lifestyles industry by participating in one of our interactive labs.
Please click here to see what we have on offer and to register your interest.
Please note, interactive labs are free, but spaces are limited and are on a first-come first-serve basis. Sessions are drop-in and will run continuously from 2-5pm.
Talks, please see timings below
Join us for one of the following talks which will not only aim to inspire but also encourage you to think and raise questions around the fashion industry.
LCF FBS FASHION TALKS
Main Stage: 12.30pm
Watch a cross-section of Fashion Business School graduates explore concepts of fashion from multiple specialist and personal perspectives.
Round Table Discussion followed by Q&A with DiPS (Diploma in Professional Studies), hosted by Sally Bain
Main Stage: 4.30pm
Join our current FBS students and alumni as they discuss their industry experience, the challenges they face and their future plans in a round table discussion.
'Empowering Futures’ round table discussion followed by Q&A
Main Stage: 7pm
Click here to find out more and register your interest about this round table discussion.
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