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International Fashion Management

International Fashion Management


1. Curriculum

September – December

  • Global Leadership Skills
  • The Ecosystem of the Fashion Industry
  • Digital Marketing
  • Financial Management
  • Cash flow planning
  • Sustainability & the supply chain
  • Fashion & Law
  • Entrepreneurship & Business Modeling

28 January 8 march: Antwerp – Milan

  • Business Case on Fashion Purchasing OR Fashion Branding (rotating every year) 6 weeks in Domus Milano – Italy

Mid March – April: Antwerp – Sao Paolo

  • Emerging Markets, context & Fashion Industry, Field trips to the Industry 6-7 weeks in FAAP Sao Paulo – Brazil

May – June: Antwerp Management School

  • Master Project

Meet the academic director

2. Fashion Entrepreneurship Award

As a student of the Master in International Fashion Management, you get a chance to compete for the Fashion Entrepreneurship Award. Team up with a student of the Master in Innovation & Entrepreneurship and a designer and pitch your business plan together at the end of the academic year. The best business plan will win the award.

What does this award give you?

  • Recognition from the fashion industry
  • A starting capital of € 250,000
  • Coaching and guidance from AMS and business experts to start your business

3. Global Leadership Skills

At AMS you embark on a personal development journey through which you will grow as a person and future leader. With the Global Leadership Skills track, we challenge and coach you to become more aware of who you are, how you cooperate with others, and what kind of career you want to pursue.

Throughout this journey, we will focus on these three levels of learning by working with a mixture of exercises, self-analysis instruments, moments of reflection, individual follow-up, and collective sessions and peer coaching. We will offer you relevant frameworks that help you understand who you are and how you relate to others. We will support you in understanding your strengths and needs, and defining your areas for growth. We will challenge you in developing a personal leadership claim that entails a global and sustainable perspective.

Global Leadership Skills development is more than a ‘nice to have’, it is a basic prerequisite for career success and recruiters will be assessing this when you apply for a job. Today’s employers are looking for an impressive set of soft skills when selecting young graduates. These include: self-awareness, the ability to work collaboratively with others, leadership skills, the capacity to adapt to new situations and to develop new skills, openness to and respect for different perspectives, multicultural awareness, and long-term and system thinking, to name just a few. This course aims to support you in developing these skills and in finding a match between who you are and what the world of employment needs; between your career ambitions and what employers are looking for.

4. AMS bootcamp

Once you’ve registered for this program, you can register for our AMS bootcamp, which will be organized the week before the start of your program. You can expect courses in academic writing, professional English, business research methods and financial management. This summer school is not mandatory, but highly recommended. Not only do we offer you courses of academic rigor, we also offer you a trip to one of Belgium’s oldest cities Bruges, and of course it is an ideal opportunity to get to know your fellow students.

5. Faculty

Function Academic Director Creative Industries
Function BASF - Port of Antwerp - Randstad Chair on Sustainable Transformation
Function Senior researcher & lecturer HRM & Creative Industries
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A question about this program?

Eva Peeters

Phone: +32 3 265 40 11


A question about this program?