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See post 51 and 52 for a previous comment about esmod Berlin.

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See post 51 and 52 for a previous comment about esmod Berlin.
Thank you for moving and addressing my post. hm, posts 51 and 52 do not sound good...

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Fashion Management
Hi,

Can anyone tell me how does a graduate in Fashion Management's career fairs like? The job profile, prospects, hierarchy etc....Are these jobs in demand in Fashion industry and how are the pay scales?

Please note that I am not Italian and would qualify as Non-EU student.

Also, How is Domus Academy for Fashion Management?

I also saw Fashion and Luxury Brand Management course in Istituto Marangoni..Is it the same thing as Fashion Management and how is it compared to Fashion Management in Domus?

Thanks for any help!


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Masters in Fashion Digital Communication
Hi,

Anyone has any clue about the Polimoda program - Masters in Digital Communication in Fashion?

What are the prospects post the course? Has anyone done that course?

The job prospects after the course and how many got picked up after the course, if they are not French?

Thanks!

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Hi,

Can anyone tell me how does a graduate in Fashion Management's career fairs like? The job profile, prospects, hierarchy etc....Are these jobs in demand in Fashion industry and how are the pay scales?

Please note that I am not Italian and would qualify as Non-EU student.

Also, How is Domus Academy for Fashion Management?

I also saw Fashion and Luxury Brand Management course in Istituto Marangoni..Is it the same thing as Fashion Management and how is it compared to Fashion Management in Domus?

Thanks for any help!
Welcome to the Fashion Spot!

You might be interested in this thread: Schools that Offer Courses in Luxury Brand Management

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Thanks Bette.

Anyone has an idea about the Digital Communication in Fashion program? Also, How are Domus and Polimoda for the same?

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Has anybody studied/is studying at AMFI in Amsterdam?

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Hello guys !

I'm gradutaing this year in Industrial Product design and I'm thinking about attending IED Barcelona for their Shoes and Accesories courses, does anyone have an idea about IED , also can anyone advice me if Intensive summer courses are helpful and worth it ? Thanks so much in advance !

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too bad this thread is mostly unanswered questions...

I was wondering if anyone had info on AMFI (amsterdam) and Beckmans college (stockholm)?

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La Cambre
Hello everyone, I'm looking for any kind of informations about La Cambre school, since I want to apply for next year, and facing difficulties to find feedbacks or advices on the internet, apart from the school leaflet...

I have two specific questions:

Between La Cambre and Antwerp, which one is the best for you?(considering that I'm french...)

I'm 24, and I have already done a 1-year master course at the Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale last year; wouldn't I be too aged to apply? And is it realistic to try a direct second year entry?

Thanks a lot!

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Hey,

I've tried the exam once. Maybe I could help a little bit.

1/. Personally I like la cambre better. But I know a girl who fail the entrance exam of antwerp are try la cambre. I think it's as competitive as Antwerp and I love the teachers there. You can't really compare both school, I think it's really depends on yourself.

2/. I once heard they prefer younger, fresh mind or not too skilled students. Because they don't want your knowledge to limit yourself.
I think if you are good enough and you impress them, then it should be alright.

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Hey,

I've tried the exam once. Maybe I could help a little bit.

1/. Personally I like la cambre better. But I know a girl who fail the entrance exam of antwerp are try la cambre. I think it's as competitive as Antwerp and I love the teachers there. You can't really compare both school, I think it's really depends on yourself.

2/. I once heard they prefer younger, fresh mind or not too skilled students. Because they don't want your knowledge to limit yourself.
I think if you are good enough and you impress them, then it should be alright.

Thanks a lot for your answer, I hope my age won't be crippling for them, since I still have a lot to learn to be able to enter onto the job market!

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