Luxury Fashion Management

MSc - 1 year Full-time

The MSc Luxury Fashion Management course is designed to advance practical and theoretical skills including creativity, innovation and management.

You will learn how exclusive luxury organisations succeed through exceptional business acumen, creativity and innovation. Luxury businesses are central to the industry and a barometer to international trends, embracing sustainability, diversity and change. Luxury fashion is embedded in historical and cultural contexts but characterised by contemporary issues including evolving customer demands, digital technology, style and image. The programme develops awareness of the cultural codes of the luxury fashion industry through deeply understanding a brands DNA, heritage, craftsmanship, services and clientele.

For more information on specific units, fees, assessment details and entry requirements; visit our online prospectus.


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A postgraduate loan scheme up to £10,000 is available for UK/EU students.

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Noelle Hatley, Programme Leader, Luxury Fashion Management MSc

“I realised that being a researcher not only reminded me of how it feels to be a student, but that so much of what I was learning would enhance my teaching. My approach is one of care and compassion. I believe that if I am open and honest about who I am, this will encourage students to trust me and express any concerns they have. If I had a mantra – it would be ‘to support students to achieve their personal best’. They arrive at university with different experiences and abilities; my role is to bring out the best in them. An important part of this is building their confidence, and helping them to realise what they have to offer.”

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