MA Fashion Media Strategy
Course Summary School: The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design
Location: United Kingdom,
The MA Fashion Media Strategy is a unique industry-focused programme that allows you to learn about the commercial, business and strategic aspects of fashion media along with business management and leadership for media industries. Drawing on from Condé Nast’s knowledge and expertise, the course delivery is split between taught academic content, practical and technical workshops, independent research as well as masterclasses from leading industry professionals in exploring the creative, commercial and critical dimensions of print, digital and experiential fashion media.
The programme is situated within the fashion media portfolio of the college that also includes master’s courses in Fashion Journalism and Creative Direction for Fashion Media. Students on MA Fashion Media Strategy will share some taught sessions and project with the other fashion media masters in order to nurture collaboration and to ensure that students acquire a holistic understanding of fashion media industries.
The purpose of the programme is to provide opportunities for you to become an effective practitioner in your chosen field within fashion media. The course aims to develop key transferable skills in communication, critical thinking, reflection as well as project management in preparing you to innovate and push the boundaries as a fashion storyteller, media business leader or visual communicator.
The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design has a strong focus on preparation for industry. The programme aims to support an effective transition from study to employment, linking theory and academic study to industry practice. You will become familiar with real-industry situations that will allow you to continue to advance your knowledge and understanding, and to develop new skills to a high level after graduation. During the course, you also have an opportunity to complete 4-week relevant work experience as part of your professional development.