The MSc in Fashion Buying is aimed at honours bachelor degree graduates (minimum 2.2 Honours) of universities or similar third level institutions who have a strong desire to succeed in the fashion industry. Holders of equivalent professional qualifications, by examination, will also be considered. The programme is conducted in English so a strong working knowledge of English (Minimum 6.5 IELTS or equivalent) is required.
Throughout the year, a series of Fashion Seminars will be delivered, these seminars will allow for the students to interact with key industry figures and be kept informed of the latest industry developments. International travel will also be an important feature of the programme.
The Interational study trip to Paris takes place in February, the aim of this trip is primarily to attend the Premiere Vision fabric trade fair and experience first-hand the demands of the apparel industry. The learning outcomes of this trip our examined by continuous assessment. Later in the semester, students will visit an Irish fabric mill to complement their Materials and Fabric module.
Timetable / Hours
While the timetable are subject to change, there are normally circa 15 to 20 contact hours per week on average. Given the intensive nature of the Masters in Fashion Buying & Management programme and the fact that subjects are new, students are advised to keep a clear working week and to minimise other commitments in order to participate in the programme. Students are also advised to be aware of time commitment needed to complete the work placement element of the programme (the 6 week placement occurs following semester one exams, throughout the summer months of June through to August).
Graduates are eligible for the award of ‘MSc Fashion Buying & Management’ from the Technological University Dublin, a Level 9 award on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ). TU Dublin awards are internationally recognised.
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