Fashion & Luxury Brand Management · Master's Degree (MA)1
from 11th february 2013 to 30th may 2014
from 1st october 2013 to 30th january 2015
the fashion brand manager is the person who decides whether to produce a collection or not, defining its fashion content, deciding its price range and identifying its target market. his task is to study the fashion landscape, identify the competition, oversee the development of the product, plan its promotion and select the sales channels. he works with the design office and with all the production and sales departments.
should you launch a new product or improve the existing one? who are your competitors and what potential is there? what tools can you use, how can you use them and when? the fashion business poses a lot of questions. but the task of the brand manager is to observe the lay of the land, identify the consumer, define the product, develop a penetration strategy and organise the means to implement it (through market research and communication tools).
finally, it's his job to check that the results correspond to the original plan. and when there are a lot of people to manage, from marketing personnel to the design office, organising them all requires considerable technical knowledge and plenty of determination.
fashion marketing management
strategic brand management
contemporary issues in fashion
product creativity and innovation
professional practice master's project
1 academic year
Enrolment fee - € 3.500
Tuition fee - € 22.400
for students holding a uk passport, the payment in gbp is available.
for further information please contact the admission office at the london campus.
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1 students who successfully complete the programmes taught in english in london will be awarded with a master's degree by MMU (manchester metropolitan university); master's degrees include a 12/14 weeks work placement. 180 credits points are available in order to gain a master's degree upon successful completion of the course. all candidates should meet specific requirements (please check the website www.mmu.ac.uk/international indicating your nationality and study level); for further details please do not hesitate to contact the information office.