MSc International Fashion Marketing / Course details
Year of entry: 2020
Students will be exposed to key developments and issues related to the global fashion industry. Core aspects of the course will focus on the international scope of fashion business, and will draw upon global challenges and insights in the design, sourcing, production, consumption and sustainability of fashion.
Manchester Engineering Campus Development (MECD), the University of Manchester's new £400m purpose built home for engineering and material science, is nearing completion. The physical move to the new development is scheduled to take place between January 2021 and December 2021. Whilst it is anticipated that access to equipment, or work on projects for which such access is required may be limited during the period of the move, plans are underway to ensure that any disruption caused is minimised, a wide selection of dissertation projects will continue to be available, and excellent student experience remains pivotal. If you have any questions about how the move may affect you, please contact email@example.com
Teaching and learning
The course is delivered through a mix of lecturing, blended small and small group tutorials.
We use a range of teaching and learning methods, including tutorials, workshops, seminars and research projects. These are supported by an e-learning infrastructure that includes on-line feedback, lecture and lab podcasting and close academic supervision.
Find out more by visiting the postgraduate teaching and learning page.
Coursework and assessment
We will assess your progress using:
- written reports
- oral presentations
- dissertation project
Course unit list
The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
|Dissertation (IFR & IFM)||MATS65550||90||Mandatory|
|International Fashion Retailing||MATS67112||15||Mandatory|
|Constructed Textiles for Fashion||MATS67121||15||Mandatory|
We are unique amongst UK Universities in that we have world-class facilities for manufacturing textiles, including Jacquard weaving, computerised flat-bed knitting, digital printing and nano-fibre manufacturing.