Institut Français de la Mode
MSc in International Fashion & Luxury Management
The objective of the MSc program, taught in English, is to prepare a group of select students to pursue their careers on an international level for fashion, luxury or beauty companies such as Chanel, Christian Dior, Hermès, L’Oréal Luxe, Louis Vuitton… who participate in the program during the academic year, and by proposing internships. The program gives students a strong foundation in management skills as applied specifically to the creative sectors: marketing, strategy and operations, with a particular emphasis on merchandising, retail management and product knowledge. New: The MSc program now offers a Fundamentals Year, open to students holding a 3-year Bachelor's degree.
15 months or 27 months (for those students holding a 3-year Bachelor’s degree), September intake
Bachelor’s degree, English Test, Application for admissions, References, Interview
From November through June
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Brad Fujimoto - Director of the MSc in International Fashion & Luxury Management
- Audrey Tourangeau - Class of 2018 – Christian Dior Couture – Junior Merchandiser
- Brian YOST - IFM current student, MSc in International Fashion & Luxury Management
What are the nationalities of the students? Are most French or European?
The program is taught in English, but do you need to speak French for internships and other opportunities?
You mentionned several partners. What are they doing for the program?
What differentiates IFM from a fashion and luxury program at a business school?
Do graduates have an easy time finding jobs? What are some of the companies where graduates end up working?
What were some of your favorite courses?
Do you feel that the coursework prepared you for starting your internship?
Can you talk more about the double degree with European Business School? How it works and who gets selected?
What are you looking for in students who want to be admitted to the IFM?
What made you choose IFM and what other programs were you considering, if any?
What are some of the benefits of studying in Paris? Can students gain access to fashion week events and runway shows?
Why doing study tours? Where will it be?
Is there help available for finding housing in Paris?
You talked about the interest of Fundamentals Year. If I have the level to integrate directly the Core year, can I still apply to do the 27 months program in order to get all the tools and knowledge I can have from the program?
I see that there is a History and Culture class. What is the interest of this class compared to Savoir-faire and Design or Products, from Concept to Market which are also classes?