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Samale1109
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Hi everyone,

I'm going to study Fashion business in September but I'm really undecided between my choices. Do you have any reviews/opinions abn Management.

1) London Metropolitan University: Fashion Marketing and business management.

2) London College of Fashion: Fashion Management

3) London Southback university: Marketing with luxury brand management

4) University of West London: Fashion Buying and management

5) Retail Fashion accademy: Business management in fashion
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(Original post by Samale1109)
Hi everyone,

I'm going to study Fashion business in September but I'm really undecided between my choices. Do you have any reviews/opinions abn Management.

1) London Metropolitan University: Fashion Marketing and business management.

2) London College of Fashion: Fashion Management

3) London Southback university: Marketing with luxury brand management

4) University of West London: Fashion Buying and management

5) Retail Fashion accademy: Business management in fashion
Didn't even know degrees in that existed, have you tried looking at rankings if there are any?
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My recommendation is that you should start by understanding the difference between fashion marketing and fashion management, and then let your preference guide your choice. And eliminate LSBU, as it lacks the authentic fashion credentials and the luxury route can be covered at postgrad if your focus shifts further down the line.
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Hello it depends with what you really like. Start by reading each course's details and summary and choose what interests you the most. Well, while studying fashion business you will study marketing and branding, it is broader. As for luxury brand management, you could take it as a short course or MSC later on
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(Original post by Samale1109)
Hi everyone,

I'm going to study Fashion business in September but I'm really undecided between my choices. Do you have any reviews/opinions abn Management.

1) London Metropolitan University: Fashion Marketing and business management.

2) London College of Fashion: Fashion Management

3) London Southback university: Marketing with luxury brand management

4) University of West London: Fashion Buying and management

5) Retail Fashion accademy: Business management in fashion
obvs. depends on which course and campus appeals to you, but besides that:

1. worst uni in the UK and possibly western civilisation
2. very good place for fashion
3. yuk
4. yuk
5. i have literally never heard of this
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My recommendation is that you should start by understanding the difference between fashion marketing and fashion management, and then let your preference guide your choice.
To get you started, Fashion marketing focuses on customer needs, whereas Fashion management has an operational focus.
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obvs. depends on which course and campus appeals to you, but besides that:

1. worst uni in the UK and possibly western civilisation
2. very good place for fashion
3. yuk
4. yuk
5. i have literally never heard of this
Thanks a lot,

The Fashion Retail Accademy organize “fast-track” degree courses (2 years.) awarded by Falmouth University.
Is Falmouth university a good uni? And what do you think about a “fast track” degree?
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Thanks a lot,

The Fashion Retail Accademy organize “fast-track” degree courses (2 years.) awarded by Falmouth University.
Is Falmouth university a good uni? And what do you think about a “fast track” degree?
i don't know much about Falmouth, but it's not going to be as good place to be in as London is it?

and the fast-track 2 year degree is brand new, you will be one of the very first people in the country to try it so nobody can tell you what it will be like, you'll have to work out the pros and cons
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(Original post by Samale1109)
Hi everyone,

I'm going to study Fashion business in September but I'm really undecided between my choices. Do you have any reviews/opinions abn Management.

1) London Metropolitan University: Fashion Marketing and business management.

2) London College of Fashion: Fashion Management

3) London Southback university: Marketing with luxury brand management

4) University of West London: Fashion Buying and management

5) Retail Fashion accademy: Business management in fashion
London College of Fashion is the best out of that lot, but you should visit it and check for yourself that it meets your own particular requirements
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I’m currently applying to study Luxury brand management MA - GoldsmithsLuxury brand Marketing - British School of fashionBritish School of Fashion has A LOT of fashion business postgrad courses so seems like it could be a very good option for you and has better credentials that most of the places you’ve listed.Hope that helps!
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