Open Thursdays at ModaHSE all August
The Higher School of Economics has opened enrollment for the course "Brand management and buying in the fashion industry", which starts on October 12. For the 17th time, the legendary faculty of ModaHSE gives an opportunity to those who are just planning to build their professional career in the fashion industry, as well as specialists with experience in the fashion business to gain basic knowledge and master specific techniques to understand the specifics of the industry as a whole. In August, they will be able to learn about the course in more detail. Every Thursday at 18:00 open days will be held, where you can get acquainted with the content of the program, ask questions and pass an interview.
The program «Brand management in the fashion industry» lasts 15 months, and with an additional course «Buying and assortment policy in the fashion industry» 18 months. It consists of three main blocks of disciplines: management and merchandising, marketing communications, the history of design and textiles, and also includes more than 20 author's courses from leading experts of the fashion industry, master classes and special courses from Russian and foreign companies and professionals.
The professional retraining program has been in existence since 2000. More than 700 people have graduated from it in 16 years. Creators and curators of the program – Fashion Consulting Group.
In addition to classes, students of the program will have the opportunity to undergo an internship in a Russian or international fashion company, attend fashion weeks and leading industry exhibitions, and will constantly communicate with industry practitioners. At the end of the course, theses are defended and a diploma of professional retraining of the National Research University "Higher School of Economics" is issued.
Open days in August are held every Thursday on the 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st. It starts at 18:00.
Address: Tverskaya metro station/Pushkinskaya/Chekhovskaya, Maly Gnezdnikovsky Lane, 4,Higher School of Economics, room 101.
Pre-registration is required to visit.