Courses In Fashion Management

B-School Courses In Fashion Management

Courses In Fashion ManagementLuxury Connect Business School (LCBS), country’s first and only luxury B-School, has launched the first ever post-graduation diploma in fashion retail and luxury retail management for students who want to pursue their career in luxury and/or fashion Industry, school sources said.

Both the courses are well structured with classroom and on job training which makes a student industry ready on completion of the course. Luxury Connect’s industry connections also will help students to get their jobs in leading fashion and luxury retail brands like ZARA, GAP, Gucci, Levi’s, UCB, Marks & Spencer etc., LCBS claimed.

On the occasion of launch of these unique courses, Abhay Gupta, founder and CEO of Luxury Connect Business School said “We at LCBS are very happy to announce these courses which will help the young and bright talent of the country to reach new heights in the luxury and or fashion retail industry. Besides, the industry will also further accelerate its growth with efficient and well trained professionals.”.B-School Courses

Both these courses are designed with the help of Industry experts and professionals to help the students develop their career in the respective fields of fashion retail and luxury retail. The course in fashion retail management provides students a thorough understanding about the programme ranging from creation, to handling of fashion goods and products and prepares students with required skills of managing and handling a fashion brand in and out, LCBS said.

Luxury retail management course is designed with the objective to provide a strong foundation and in-depth knowledge with an experience sharing mechanism with executives of the corporate world.

Apart from these new diplomas, LCBS’s flagship course is a post graduate diploma in luxury management in collaboration with the University of Monaco. This is designed to help students develop a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the multi-billion dollar market for luxury goods and services.

Reference Link