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Rome Business School

Master online in Fashion Management

Rome Business School
Online

£5,277
*Guide price
Original amount in EUR:
€5,900
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Important information

Typology Master
Methodology Online
Start October 2020
Online campus Yes
Personal tutor Yes
  • Master
  • Online
  • Start:
    October 2020
  • Online campus
  • Personal tutor
Description

Emagister adds to its catalogue the Rome Business School’s Master in Fashion Management, the programme is ideal for professionals seeking a world-class degree programme in these discipline, leading to a successful global career in the the global fashion market.

With the Rome Business School’s international perspective, the programme offers a unique learning experience and a global professional exposure, enabling participants to study in one of the best cities of the world or online. The Rome Business School’s Master in Fashion Management is geared to provide all the tools necessary to interpret, forecast, and follow this sector’s phases and trends, and is aimed at students, professionals, and entrepreneurs in the fashion, design, and luxury industries who wish to acquire the basics of and the ability to interpret the evolution of this special market, setting up and maintaining successful businesses.

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Important information

You must have one of the following qualification levels to take this course: Bachelor's Degree, Professional Diploma, Masters, Ph.D

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Online

Starts

Oct-2020Now taking bookings

To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

In particular, on completing the programme, participants will be able to: identify, analyse, and understand the fashion sector’s characteristics, its market trends and their evolution; identify and develop effective managerial strategies for fashion sector businesses; recognise and understand the specificities and differences between the various types of production and organisation in fashion, haute couture and fast fashion businesses; develop a business plan for fashion companies; identify the specificities of the various types of products in the clothing, accessories, jewellery, home and beauty contexts; analyse and perfect offline, online, and performance integrated fashion system strategies pertaining to marketing, branding, and communication; identify, analyse, and understand the innovative technologies, materials, and distribution opportunities found in the fashion sector; utilise brand monitoring tools suited to continuously work on the constant improvement of a fashion brand’s storytelling and reputation; utilise the experience acquired during company visits and interactions with industry professionals to build their own professional networks in the fashion market. At the end of the Master, the students will be able to strengthen their professionalism or start their careers in relation to professional profiles such as: Entrepreneur or manager in companies specialising in production, distribution, or commercialisation in the fashion context; Store manager Designer and stylist with managerial and communication abilities Brand manager, marketing and/or communication director for fashion companies (also as a freelance consultant) Press officer or PR director for a fashion brand Social media manager or social media strategist for a fashion brand Event manager specialising in fashion shows and events Personal shopper Fashion blogger

· Who is it intended for?

The Master Course in Fashion Management is designed both for those who are already professionally employed in the fashion industry and wish to update their competencies and acquire new ones in the field, and for those who intend to get a specialisation before their first experience in the industry. Thus, typical attendee profiles are: graduates interested in specialising in fashion management and therefore in acquiring the specific competencies needed to operate in this context; entrepreneurs interested in launching or revitalising a retail business focussed on the sale of clothing, accessories, jewellery, and home and beauty products; designers and stylists who also wish to acquire managerial competencies related to the management, distribution, and communication of their own brand or collection; managers, professionals, and consultants seeking to specialise in the fashion industry.

· Requirements

All applicants must have a three-year degree (or be near completion). Applicants must demonstrate English language proficiency.

· What marks this course apart?

Choose this course and its benefits: scholarships, international internships, career service, global networking, Italian language courses and many others...!

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What you'll learn on the course

Design
Marketing
Branding
Fashion Management
Business School
Market
Fashion Product
Fashion Coordinator
Business
Digital Marketing
Accounting and Finance
Business Plan
Project Management

Teachers and trainers (1)

Antonio  Ragusa
Antonio Ragusa
Professor

Antonio Ragusa has a Master in Business Administration from London’s Imperial College Business School, further specializing in marketing at the London School of Economics and in communications at Rome’s LUISS Business School. He teaches managerial disciplines at many Universities and Research Centers, such as the ROMA TRE University, LUISS Guido Carli, Salamanca University, the European School of Economics and Business International. He has many years of professional experience in large companies such as Enel and Trenitalia.

Course programme

The Fashion Market

  • The fashion industry and its evolution in various cultural and geographical contexts;
  • The fashion system: types of businesses (from haute couture to fast fashion)
  • Elements of consumer sociology
  • Elements of fashion history



Managerial Competencies

  • Business strategy and company organisation
  • Economics and company management
  • Marketing management
  • Digital marketing
  • Accounting and management control
  • Project Management
  • Business Planning
  • Human resource management



Fashion Products


  • Menswear, womenswear, childrenswear
  • Accessories
  • Jewellery
  • Home
  • Beauty and personal care



Fashion Touch Points and Communication Strategies


  • Targeting, experiential branding, and holistic marketing in fashion
  • Luxury Fashion: direct marketing, heritage marketing, ambient marketing, and packaging
  • Naming, branding and guidelines for their use
  • Visual Branding and Creative Direction: expressing exclusivity
  • Public relations, the press office, and institutional communication for fashion
  • Analysis and design of web-based supports, and elements of SEO
  • Social networking in the fashion sector
  • Brand monitoring for fashion
  • Retail branding: point of sale furnishing and layout
  • Shows and events



Technological innovation in Fashion

  • Point of sale and interfaces
  • Materials
  • Online presence and mobile app functionality
  • E-commerce and new forms of distribution



Fashion in the Made in Italy domain

  • Case histories, company visits and testimonials