The sectors that the Master in Fashion Management prepares for are textiles and clothing (prêt-à-porter for men, women and children) and fashion accessories (shoes, glasses, leather goods, watches, jewellery, perfume and cosmetics).
The responsibilities of professionals working in these areas range from product design to launching the product in the market, also including management and distribution, brand management and communication at the point of sale.
This course trains for the following jobs in particular:
- Retail Manager
- Product Manager
- Merchandising Manager
- Visual merchandiser
- Sourcing Manager
- Collection Manager
- Logistics Manager
- Corner Manager, Department Stores
- Sales director, Brand director
- Shop in shop manager