The MSc Fashion & Luxury is a multi-disciplinary management program, delivered in English and designed to provide a diverse group of internationally-minded students the tools and skills necessary to accelerate their careers within the fast-moving fashion, luxury and beauty sectors.
The academic approach of the MSc Fashion & Luxury program mixes intensive in-class learning, innovative workshops, real-world business cases, study trips and language lessons. Students learn to navigate on a daily basis between theory and practice, creativity and analysis, the emotional and the rational, management and creation.
Students also examine how the fashion, luxury and beauty industries have evolved over time –via historical and contemporary references– and develop the skills to understand the "French touch", and its essential impact upon the sector.
3 options are available:
- MSc Fundamentals Year + MSc Core Year (27 months) for students holding a 3-year Bachelor's degree
- MSc Core Year (15 months) for students holding a 4-year Bachelor's degree
- Double degree program with ESCP Europe business school (27 months) for students holding a 3-year Bachelor's degree
Our strategic location in the center of Paris allows students to fully benefit from all that the Parisian fashion and luxury ecosystem has to offer, including easy access to international headquarters, key professional trade shows and a diversity of unparalleled cultural offerings.
The MSc program’s courses and workshops are taught by Institut Français de la Mode faculty, CEO’s and professionals, as students meet over 70 industry experts during the academic year.
Institut Français de la Mode is a state-recognized institution of higher education and the MSc in International Fashion & Luxury Management is registered at level 1 “Master level” (level 7 European nomenclature) with the Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles (RNCP). This entitles the non-EU students who have graduated from the program to obtain the Autorisation Provisoire de Séjour (Temporary Stay Authorization) allowing them to work in France for a year and in some cases longer.