British School of Fashion launches unique fashion business MSc programmes

11 May 2015

The two programmes are now recruiting for a September 2015 start

The two programmes are now recruiting for a September 2015 start

The British School of Fashion has launched two unique fashion business courses at Glasgow Caledonian University London (GCU London).

The two one-year programmes, recruiting for a September 2015 start, have been designed to develop a different approach to the fashion sector. 

MSc Digital Fashion Strategy, the first programme of its kind, will focus on the strategic adoption, integration and optimisation of technology specific to the diverse needs of the fashion sector. Developed in consultation with senior industry stakeholders, the course will develop graduates to be the digital thought leaders of the future.

The MSc Fashion Business Creation programme has been designed in collaboration with leading fashion businesses to help nurture entrepreneurial talent. Reflecting the unique nature of business creation in the sector, it will develop students’ insight into the strategies and practices that are key to developing and sustaining a successful fashion business.

Dr Linda Amrane-Cooper, Dean of GCU London, said: "The British School of Fashion is really starting to make a name for itself and we're excited to be offering these two unique programmes in September."

The new programmes come less than two years after GCU launched the British School of Fashion at GCU London, offering postgraduate students a world-leading fashion business education.

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