LCF launches Fashion Business School

London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London has announced
the launch of the Fashion Business School, a pioneering centre for fashion
business and management research, teaching and learning, which it claims
will bring together the College’s existing business, management and
enterprise functions together, to offer students and industry an
unparalleled fashion business offering.

The launch of the Fashion Business School is in response to the
recognition that the link between fashion, business and education has never
been more important to the UK and its creative economy, with the British
Fashion Council stating that fashion’s contribution to the UK economy is
worth 26 billion pounds and recent UK government policy statements claiming
that economic growth is reliant on universities, and in particular Business
Schools, engaging with micro, small and medium enterprises.

The Fashion Business School will house both full and part-time courses
in a range of disciplines relating to fashion business. The undergraduate
offer will include BA (Hons) Fashion Business, Fashion Buying and
Merchandising, Fashion Management, Fashion Marketing and Fashion Visual
Merchandising and Branding. Postgraduate study will include MA Fashion
Design Management, Fashion Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Fashion Retail
Management, Strategic Fashion Marketing and the newly launched MA Fashion
Enterprise Creation as well as the world’s first Executive MBA (Fashion)
which launched in 2013.

Professor Frances Corner OBE, head of London College of Fashion and pro
vice chancellor of UAL said: “By launching the Fashion Business School at
London College of Fashion we can contribute to the development of the UK
business schools and be a leading player in the global business school

“Our unique focus across the fashion industry sets us apart and means
we can push boundaries across creative management research and practice.”
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