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BA (Hons) Fashion Management with Marketing (Top-up)

Siktar du på en chefsbefattning eller annan nyckelroll i modevärlden? Vill du lära dig om strategier och utveckling, vilken betydelse varumärken har och hur e-handeln förändrar modeindustrin i grunden? Vår “top-up” leder till en universitetsexamen och är lämplig för dig som redan arbetar i branschen men också dig som siktar på en framtida karriär inom mode. Med FEIFLEX kan studierna ske var du än befinner dig. Dessutom kan du läsa på deltid parallellt med ditt arbete utan karriäravbrott. Utbildningen ges i samarbete med brittiska Solent University.

Nästa kursstart
6 september 2021
Omfattning

2 års deltidsstudier parallellt med dit arbete eller 1 års heltidsstudier

Översikt

En universitetsexamen som du kan läsa i Stockholm, London, Alicante eller var du vill!

FEI har lång och omfattande erfarenhet av samarbeten med svenska och utländska universitet och högskolor. Vi är också ledande aktör när det gäller edtech – modern utbildningsteknik. Genom att kombinera dessa styrkor kan vi erbjuda en aktuell, utmanande och spännande utbildning med unika inslag. Utbildningen erbjuder en övergång mellan yrkeshögskolan och den akademiska världen, något som är mycket ovanligt i Sverige. Vår hybridmodell FEIFLEX gör att du kan studera på distans eller välja att delta på plats på våra egna FEI-center i Stockholm, London och Alicante i Spanien.

Bakgrund

FEI i samarbete med Solent University, ett brittiskt universitet beläget i Southampton på den engelska sydkusten, erbjuder en unik utbildning för dig som har en YH-examen omfattande minst två års studier eller motsvarande. Utbildningen ger således en ‘top-up’-examen för den som redan har relevanta eftergymnasiala studier som grund.

Denna utbildning erbjuds vid Solent University och samlar då studenter från många olika länder. Nu kan du gå samma utbildning via FEIFLEX – vår marknadsledande hybridmodell för nätbaserade studier. Som student är du inskriven vid Solent University, vilket innebär samma studie- och examinationskrav som om du hade bedrivit studier på plats i England.

För vem – studiebakgrund

Utbildningen vänder sig till en bred målgrupp. Grundkravet avseende tidigare studier är att du ska ha antingen:

  • en YH-examen omfattande minst två år (400 YH-poäng) eller
  • högskolestudier omfattande minst 120 högskolepoäng

 

Dina tidigare studier kan ha varit inriktade på mode (exempelvis inköp) men annan ämnesbakgrund fungerar också, till exempel företagsekonomi, marknadsföring/försäljning, inköp, kommunikation, eller annan relevant teoretisk bas.

Du bygger på din tidigare studier och får den specialkompetens som krävs för en roll med ansvar i modeföretag. Chef, marknadsförare, projektledare, kommunikatör, konsult, olika digitala befattningar och butikschef är exempel på yrkesroller som utbildningen kan leda till.

Utbildningen genomförs på engelska. Det betyder att du måste ha tillräckliga kunskaper i engelska för att förstå facklitteratur och kunna producera akademiska rapporter och uppsatser.

För vem – praktisk erfarenhet

Praktisk erfarenhet från modesektorn är inget krav men vi välkomnar särskilt sökande med branscherfarenhet. Utbildningen är en bra möjlighet till kompetensutveckling för den som är yrkesverksam; om studierna bedrivs på deltid går det utmärkt att kombinera med heltidsarbete.
Utbildningen är också relevant för dig som har praktisk erfarenhet inom andra områden och som är intresserade av en framtida karriär inom modesektorn.

Deltidsstudier

Utbildningen lämpar sig utmärkt för att läsa på deltid parallellt med arbetet. Syftet med YH-utbildningar är att de ska leda till jobb. Om du har en YH-examen i bagaget har du därför sannolikt en heltidsanställning. BA (Hons) Fashion Management with Marketing (Top-up) är således lämplig för dig som har en önskan om att komplettera tidigare studier med en universitetsexamen för att stärka din kompetens och möjligheter till karriärutveckling. Följande gäller vid deltidsstudier:

  • Utbildningen omfattas av fyra terminer under två års tid.
  • Lektionerna genomförs på kvällstid, en till två gånger i veckan.
  • Du läser en kurs i taget.
  • Studierna omfattar ungefär “halvfart” vilket innebär cirka 20 timmar i veckan inklusive lektionstid samt själv- och gruppstudier,

Heltidsstudier

Studierna kan även ske på heltid. Om du har för avsikt att arbeta parallellt med studierna, rekommenderar vi deltidsarbete.

  • Utbildningen omfattas av två terminer under ett års tid.
  • Lektionerna genomförs på dag- och kvällstid, två till tre gånger i veckan.
  • Två kurser läses samtidigt, parallellt med varandra.
  • Heltidsstudier innefattar upp till 40 timmar i veckan inklusive lektionstid samt själv- och gruppstudier.

Akademisk utbildning med praktiska inslag

I utbildningen kombineras akademisk förankring med praktisk tillämpning. Studierna, som omfattar ett år på heltid eller två år på deltid parallellt med arbetet, leder till akademisk examen vid FEI:s brittiska partneruniversitet Solent University. De praktiska inslagen syftar till att ge dig verktyg som du kan använda direkt i din yrkesroll. Undervisningsspråket är engelska.

Relevant innehåll för både detaljhandel och e-handel

Utbildningens innehåll speglar den senaste utvecklingen i modebranschen och innehåller delkurser som ger kunskaper som är relevanta inom digital handel såväl som detaljhandel i butik. I kurserna behandlas frågeställningar i både operativa och strategiska perspektiv. Examensarbetet (Project and Dissertation) utgör en viktig och omfattande del av utbildningen.

  • Ecommerce for Fashion, 10 ECTS
  • Contemporary Digital Marketing Strategies, 10 ECTS
  • Research Methods, 5 ECTS
  • Dissertation and Practice Project, 15 ECTS
  • Brand Development and Communication Strategies, 10 ECTS*
  • Fashion Sustainability and CSR, 10 ECTS*

Solent University

FEI:s samarbetspartner Solent University är ett modernt universitet med över 10 000 studenter. Detta lärosäte grundades redan 1856, är statligt och icke vinstdrivande, det är av vikt både när det gäller seriositet och acceptans. Solent har examinationsrätt upp till doktorsgrad och framstående forskning inom en rad områden.

Solents utbud är i hög grad utformat i samarbete med näringsliv och arbetsmarknad. Fokus är på industry focus, ett arbetsintegrerat förhållningssätt som sätter akademiska studier i ett professionellt kontext. En examen från Solent ger relevanta kunskaper och en skjuts i karriären. Det är således en profil som väl överensstämmer med de tankar som ligger till grund för yrkeshögskoleutbildning i Sverige.

Solent är, som många andra brittiska universitet, mycket internationellt. FEI och Solent har kommit överens om en stor gemensam satsning för att göra samarbetet mer känt, både i Sverige och internationellt.

Samarbetet

Samarbetet mellan FEI och Solent kännetecknas av en gemensam värdegrund avseende utbildningsfilosofi, kvalitetstänkande och seriositet. Andra samarbetsprojekt inkluderar Masterprogram för svenska chefer.

FEI och Solent University har ingått en överenskommelse som innebär att Solent tillgodoräknar examina omfattande minst två års studier på relevanta YH- och KY-utbildningar som motsvarande två års studier vid Solent. Denna överenskommelse har sin grund i ramverket EQF – the European Qualifications Framework. EQF syftar bland annat till att göra det enklare för medborgarna att studera och söka jobb i de olika medlemsländerna.

Examen

Utbildningen i kombination med dina tidigare YH- eller högskolestudier leder till en brittisk universitetsexamen på kandidatnivå: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Fashion Management with Marketing.

Notera att du om du redan har en treårig kandidatexamen (180 hp) från högskola eller universitet i Sverige kommer 120 hp av dessa tillgodoräknas i ovanstående examen. Du erhåller således ytterligare en kandidatexamen.

Lärare

FEI har rekryterat en mycket kvalificerad lärarkår som kombinerar akademisk expertis, praktisk erfarenhet och pedagogisk förmåga. Lärarna har oftast sin bas på svenska eller brittiska universitet men praktiker som är verksamma i företag och branschorganisationer bidrar också i utbildningen.

Stockholm, London, Alicante eller online via FEIFLEX

Utbildningen genomförs i FEI:s klassrum i Stockholm, London och Alicante i Spanien, men den kan också läsas på distans. Det innebär att en deltagare vid varje enskilt lektionstillfälle kan välja att närvara i något av FEI:s klassrum eller medverka i undervisningen online i realtid. Läs mer om hur FEIFLEX fungerar.

Efter utbildningen

Utbildningens mål är att ge dig en plattform för att utvecklas i din karriär inom modesektorn. Kunskaperna som du får utgår i de flesta fall i ett chefsperspektiv. Du lär dig ett förhållningssätt och utvecklar färdigheter som du har nytta av i en framtida roll som ledare.

Utbildningen leder till en formell universitetsexamen. En sådan examen har högt meritvärde om du är aktuell för ett nytt jobb eller en befordran. Det är också en bekräftelse på att du har kunskapsdjup, kapacitet och intellektuell förmåga att anta utmaningar och svårare arbetsuppgifter i din karriär.

En bachelorexamen ger också möjligheter till fortsatta studier på Masternivå. Du har många alternativ att studera vidare.

Kursinnehåll

  • Contemporary Digital Marketing Strategies, 10 ECTS
  • Research Methods, 5 ECTS
  • Ecommerce for Fashion, 10 ECTS
  • Brand Development and Communication Strategies, 10 ECTS*
  • Fashion Sustainability and CSR 10 ECTS
  • Dissertation or Practice Project, 15 ECTS

Contemporary Digital Marketing Strategies, 10 ECTS

Unit description

The aim of this unit is to support delegates in developing their understanding of the ever-evolving and dynamic digital fashion landscape. The unit will cover the research and analysis methods necessary to identify, on a macro and micro level, how fashion brands are developing. Delegates will also get insight into how leading fashion businesses are building their digital marketing capabilities into strategic marketing plans.

Delegates will build awareness of the challenges and opportunities within the digital environment and obtain the skills and tools required to develop effective digital marketing strategies. Further, delegates will consider the concept of agile marketing and how it can reflect changing consumer needs.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the unit, delegates will have obtained skills outlined below.

Knowledge, understanding:

  • demonstrate an understanding of the strategic planning behind a direct and digital marketing campaign; and
  • demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the role of direct and digital marketing in the marketing/communications mix;

Cognitive Skills:

  • demonstrate the ability to analyse and evaluate the direct/digital marketing needs of an organisation and formulate strategic solutions; and
  • critically evaluate a range of digital campaign tools to specific case studies or scenarios.

Practical and Professional Skills:

  • produce a business report outlining strategic recommendations in relation to digital marketing;
  • plan a digital marketing campaign; and
  • design and write an online marketing report including measurement and monitoring elements; and

Personal development:

  • determine and achieve agreed personal objectives with minimal guidance and accept responsibility for outcomes.

Areas of study

The unit will cover the importance of digital marketing in the fashion industry. It will review the role of digital marketing communications for today’s online, connected world and explain the principles of digital marketing campaigns. The unit will review the various hardware and software available to marketers and the metrics used for evaluation of campaigns. It will also cover the impact of legislation, regulations, and codes of practice and their impact on digital marketing.

It will consider the importance of online customers acquisition, retention, and loyalty and how these are achieved across multiple channels.

The content of this unit will include:

  • digital disruption of the fashion industry;
  • introduction to digital and online marketing;
  • digital marketing strategy and planning;
  • digital marketing – the scope and potential of new media;
  • multi-media channels and campaign integration;
  • digital storytelling;
  • customer retention, acquisition and loyalty;
  • creative strategy;
  • campaign measurement and evaluation; and
  • digital marketing and the law.

Learning and teaching strategy

The unit will be taught via interactive tutorials and practical work. Activities and discussion sessions will be used to provide a conceptual framework for the material covered. Seminar sessions will consider case studies and scenarios with delegates completing practical problem-solving exercises. Delegates will identify a fashion campaign to work on which may be for a busness they already work for, or an organisation they aspire to work for. Skills developed will include time management and strategic planning skills.

Assessment strategy

There will be a number of opportunities for feedback through self- assessment, peer review and tutorials. Feedback will help delegates to improve and develop their work before the final submission.

Delegates will submit an online portfolio in which they will address the topic areas they have researched during the unit. The contents of the portfolio represent the delegate’s response to a fashion issue they have identified that would be improved through the development of a stronger digital marketing strategy and implementation of a multi-media integrated marketing campaign.

The assessment strategy for this unit is aimed at developing the delegates’ understanding of digital marketing by providing the opportunity for all delegates to gain hands-on experience.

Assesssment

AE1 weighting: 100%

  • Assessment type: Portfolio
  • Length/duration: 3 000 words
  • Online submission: Yes
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

Re-assessment arrangements

Students referred in AE1 will be required to revise and resubmit their original assessment in the light of tutor feedback.

Research Methods, 5 ECTS

Unit description

The Research Methods unit prepares delegates for their dissertation or practice project by equipping them with the skills and knowledge necessary for a research project. This unit will require delegates to undertake a number of tasks related to their subject area, including formulation of a research question, supported by a detailed research plan.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the unit, delegates will have obtained skills outlined below.

Knowledge, understanding and cognitive skills:

  • systematic and in-depth understanding of the research methods and methodologies relevant for their subject specialism, and demonstrate the ability to apply them within this area;
  • effective engagement with ideas and practices at the forefront of the subject specialism and explore the boundaries between existing knowledge, or current practice, and potential developments; and
  • independent and critical synthesis, analyse and evaluation of information and data.

Real world skills:

  • expertise and autonomy in conducting a variety of specialised research tasks and presenting them at a professional level, with academic rigour.
  • working autonomously and self-critically, with the support and guidance of a tutor, evaluating own performance throughout and an awareness of academic requirements and expectations.
  • engaging confidently and competently in academic and professional communication.

Areas of study

The unit allows delegates to perform academic research in their chosen area of the fashion industry, alongside overarching discussions about the nature and uses of such research. It will provide an introduction to dissertation level research methods and methodologies relevant to the fashion industry. Issues covered include:

  • setting research questions for projects and dissertations;
  • primary and secondary research and validation of sources;
  • research techniques;
  • understanding the causation, correlation and data relationships;
  • presenting research data professionally; and
  • converging research across traditional disciplines.

Learning and teaching strategy

Delegates will explore research theory and methods, with reference to their own dissertation/practice project. Delegates will be expected to undertake individual research on their proposed dissertation/practice project in order to come up with a research plan. Individual tutorials will be arranged between delegates and their supervisor in preparation for their proposal and dissertation/practice project. These sessions will be used for personal learning through sharing information/knowledge, collaborative reflections and feedback.

Assessment strategy

This unit contains one formal assessment element, which allows delegates to demonstrate the learning outcomes for this unit.  This assessment can also be used as a formative opportunity for part of the final Dissertation or Practice Project.

Assesssment

AE1 weighting: 100%

  • Assessment type: Dissertation or Practice Project Proposal
  • Length/duration: 2 000 words

Re-assessment arrangements

The referral/deferral submission for all elements will take the same format as the original assessment task but delegates will be expected to add to or amend work taking into account previous feedback. In addition, delegates should submit a 400 word evaluative statement detailing any changes they have made.

Dissertation or Practice Project, 15 ECTS

Unit description

The Dissertation or Practice Project is where delegates will design, execute and present an individual piece of work that deploys a systematic and in-depth understanding of the skills and debates relevant to their particular discipline of study. The proposal, will form the template for the project.

The Dissertation or Practice Project can take a number of different forms.  However, in each case, the delegates will be expected to present a professionally written and creative piece of work that critically synthesises approaches and methodologies within the discipline and demonstrates initiative and autonomy in its execution.

The intention of the Dissertation or Practice Project is to create industry relevant solutions depicted in a variety of creative formats as appropriate to the project.  Delegates will have the opportunity to portray clear integration of research and the development journey in the output, while evidencing a reflection of personal and professional development during the project.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the unit, delegates will have obtained skills outlined below.

Knowledge, understanding and cognitive skills:

  • effective engagement with ideas, practices and methods at the forefront of the subject/profession and explore the boundaries of existing knowledge or current practice and potential developments;
  • initiative in designing approaches and methodologies to address complex problems, both abstract and practical, and show originality in the solutions or conclusions reached and their justification; and
  • the ability to independently and critically analyse and evaluate complex information, ideas, data or propositions that may be incomplete or contradictory and that include aspects of new knowledge or cutting-edge practice.

Real-World Skills:

  • expertise and autonomy in conducting advanced and specialised practical, technical, creative, work-based or research tasks to a professional level;
  • confidence adn competence in academic and professional communication with others, including communicating the results of research or professional practice innovations to peers; and
  • the ability to work autonomously and self-critically, reflectively evaluating own performance and that of others through awareness of professional requirements and expectations.

Areas of study

Delegates will be encouraged to investigate their own fields of interest and postgraduate employment aspirations in order to provide a possible direction for their final dissertation or practice project. Thorough and broad research based activities will have been carried out in the Research Methods unit in order to inform the direction and content of the project.  Delegates will have been advised on areas for potential investigation by their tutors throughout the Research Methods unit and Course tutors will, through tutorials in this unit, pose relevant questions in order to ensure that the dissertation or practice project has a suitable subject and content for a piece of work of this importance.

Learning and teaching strategy

The Research Methods unit will provide the methodological foundation for the Dissertation or Practice Project unit as well as ensuring that each delegate has secured a viable project proposal. The focus and likely content of the Dissertation or Practice Project will already have been established in the proposal submitted for the Research Methods unit but nevertheless tutors will ensure that the scope and trajectory of the Dissertation or Practice Project remains appropriate and manageable.

The Dissertation or Practice Project is a test of student resourcefulness and as such, delegates are encouraged to independently gather information from a wide range of sources that are appropriate. Delegates will be expected to engage with lectures, tutorials and seminars, as well as to consult with industry experts relevant to their specific project.

Tutorials and critiques will be used to monitor progress and development and to identify areas requiring additional or remedial attention. Key reviews will form a framework for progression through the stages of research, development and realisation. Knowledge and understanding will be further developed by the exploration within the project of the opportunities and constraints.

Intellectual skills will be exercised through the problem solving nature of the Dissertation or Practice Project and through the integration of complex fashion business and marketing material. Evaluation and application of research will be monitored at critiques. Practical skills will be developed through the generation of a professional output.  Transferable skills are demonstrated through the orchestration and management of a complex and integrative piece of work, which communicates at all levels persuasively.

Assessment strategy

Formative Assessment:

  • In week 8, delegates will deliver a ‘work in progress’ presentation that will focus on the work undertaken since the submission of the proposal in the Research Methods unit.
    Additionally, delegates will communicate with their supervisor/tutor on a regular basis for formative feedback during the entire project period. This will form a discursive approach to encourage the development of the work.

Summative Assessment:

  • AE1 – the “appropriate” final form of the Dissertation/Practice Project is decided through negotiation between the delegate and the Project supervisor and is determined by the nature of the work undertaken. There are two formal pathways that delegates can follow:
  1. The Dissertation Project
    The Dissertation is defined as a written piece of academic work that is researched, written and presented to evidence both in-depth understanding of existing knowledge and the origination of new knowledge within a specialised subject area. The format, length and presentation standards of the Dissertation must clearly and adequately reflect the amount of time devoted to research and preparation. Dissertations will normally be within 8,000 (min) and 12,000 words (max).
  2. The Practice Project
    The Practice Project is defined as the development of a substantial research informed creative output accompanied by a portfolio of detailed development including a 3,000 word analytical report. The final form of any Practice Project will be negotiated with the project supervisor. The format, length and presentation standards of the Practice Project must clearly and adequately reflect the amount of time devoted to research and preparation. The 3,000 word analytical report should provide a critical framework for the piece.

Summative assessment details

AE1 weighting: 50%

  • Assessment type: Dissertation or Practice Project
  • Length/duration: See guidance for each piece of work
  • Online submission: Yes
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

Re-assessment arrangements

Delegates who fail AE1 will be asked to re-submit their Dissertation/Practice Project after having been given guidance on specific areas for improvement in the light of the original submission. Delegates must also reflect on how and why previous shortcomings have been addressed.

Ecommerce for Fashion, 10 ECTS

Unit description

By the end of 2018, according to a Deloitte report, e-commerce accounted for 20% of all retail sales. Although the majority of sales still take place in-store, they recognised the bulk of growth is coming from online. Similarly, McKinsey identified that e-commerce has enabled luxury fashion brands to become more accessible globally and this has also generated significant sales growth. In this unit a range of online business models will be analysed, along with an evaluation of different revenue models, to understand the impact e-commerce is having on the fashion industry and how it meets the demands of today’s consumer.

The unit will review how to generate sales and revenue from the internet. The means, modes, and manner in which consumers shop will be explored along with omnichannel retailing including types of retailers and their range of approaches to multi-channel marketing. Equally the unit will review opportunities to revitalise retail sales and how new technologies and experiences could re-engage Generation Z.

Delegates will become familiar with a range of retail channels and compile a project that relates to aspects of multi-channel trading by way of producing a research file investigating e-commerce fashion opportunities and a proposal for a fashion brand to increase their online presence and sales.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the unit, delegates will have obtained skills outlined below.

Knowledge and Understanding:

  • understanding the similarities between online and traditional marketing concepts in relation to environmental factors in the context of the fashion & retail industry; and
  • being able to discussing a wide range of current and future issues and practices for fashion e-commerce.

Cognitive Skills

  • being able to describe and appraise online business and online revenue models;
  • the ability to differentiate traditional and online business methods as appropriate to the fashion & retail industry in a customer-centric context; and
  • develope analytical and critical skills in the assessment of online fashion businesses.

Transferable and Key Skills

  • communicate information, ideas and data effectively; and
  • determine and achieve personal objectives within specific time frames with minimal guidance and accept responsibility for the outcomes of their work.

Areas of study

This unit will consider digital and traditional marketing concepts and applications, online business models, the digital/traditional marketing mix and how to develop a digital/traditional marketing plan in the context of the fashion/retail industry. This unit will cover multi-channel retailing and different international trading options, e.g. social media.

  • Growth of online sales
  • Dynamics of the fashion industry and impact of digital disruption
  • Reasons for growth in fashion e-commerce
  • The changing consumer
  • E-commerce trends
  • Instore revolution
  • Shift to experience
  • Fashion on the go
  • Customer journey mapping
  • Reaching the online customer via POES media
  • Future trends and technologies

Learning and teaching strategy

This unit will be taught via lectures and seminars with practical content. Lectures will introduce the weekly topic in broad terms. Seminars will build upon and develop lecture content via provision of core reading and supplementary online material. Throughout the unit, there will be opportunities for peer and tutor led formative assessment and feedback.

Assessment strategy

Formative feedback is encouraged via weekly contact with the delegates through the use of informal presentation and discussion providing delegates with the opportunity to obtain feedback and improve their overall performance and results in the summative assignments.

Assessment for this unit will be in the form of a research folder and concept proposal to recommend a way of enhancing e-commerce performance for a fashion brand which could include – improved social media activity to increase consumer engagement and excitement, introducing new technology in retail stores, creating consumer experiences that re-engage Generation Z.

Assessment

AE1 weighting: 40%

  • Assessment type: Visual Report
  • Length/duration: 2 000 words
  • Online submission: Yes
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

 

AE2 weighting: 60%

  • Assessment type: Individual Project
  • Length/duration: 3 000 words
  • Online submission: No
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

Aggregation of marks

The marks for each element of assessment will be aggregated to give an overall mark for the unit.

Re-assessment arrangements

Re-assessment of AE1 will require students to submit an improved research file and re-assessment of AE2 will require an improved proposal along with a written summary and reflections of the improvements made to the original submissions.

Brand Development and Communication Strategies, 10 ECTS

Unit description

Developing a brand vision, based on customer insights, is one of the most important skills for fashion professionals. Understanding branding ensures delegates can create effective marketing strategies and design integrated marketing communications that engage the target market. This unit is designed to introduce delegates to the use of branding and the development of communication strategies within the fashion industries.

The unit allows delegates to explore the theories and practices relating to branding and how to create a brand story that engages the customer, provides inspiration and encourages brand loyalty. It covers an introduction to branding, methods to evaluate brand performance and how to use consumer insights to develop motivational brand positioning statements. As well as ways to generate creative ideas and develop communications strategies and marketing plans to launch new fashion brands, products, and services.

Brand aesthetics play a key role in creating identity and image within a social and cultural context and these aspects will also be explored in some depth along with the commercial aspects of brand equity within the fashion industry. Delegates will be given the opportunity to explore and develop creative branding proposals using semiotic principles and demonstrating within primary and secondary research their understanding as to the application of these.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the unit, delegates will have obtained skills outlined below.

Knowledge and Understanding:

  • the ability to explain how branding ideas and strategies can be used and developed in the context of the fashion industry.

Cognitive Skills

  • identify, analyse and evaluate existing brand identities; and
  • devise and apply contemporary strategic branding solutions for a specific business within the fashion sector.

Practical and Professional Skills

  • develop an innovative brand communication strategy to solve a marketing problem for a fashion brand.

Transferable and Key Skills:

  • effectively utilise innovative methods of communication and present work in line with a fashion brand’s heritage or core identity;
  • critically reflect through primary research methods, how the role of a brand manager and/or brand landscape in the fashion sector is evolving.

Real world skills:

  • understand the role of branding in the fashion industry;
  • explain how branding ideas and strategies can be used and developed;
  • identity a fashion brands’ heritage and core identity;
  • identify, analyse and evaluate fashion brand campaigns using semiotics;
  • apply contemporary strategic branding solutions suitable for businesses in the fashion sector;
  • develop an innovative brand communication strategy to solve a marketing problem for a fashion brand.

Areas of study

The emphasis of the teaching subjects will be around the innovative methods used by the fashion sector to revive, raise awareness and create a new/build identity. The unit will explore how the fashion industry is leading the way in communicating brand image successfully to a wide range of target markets.

  • What is a brand?
  • Brand Identity and equity
  • Brand positioning
  • Strategic brand management
  • Brand Reputation
  • The role of a brand manager
  • Designing and implementing branding strategies
  • Integrating marketing communications to build brand equity
  • Visual Research
  • Semiology
  • Design and branding psychology
  • Emotional branding

Learning and teaching strategy

Lectures will introduce the concept of branding and associated subject areas, seminars will develop the delegate’s knowledge and understanding of its use within identification and the communication of values. This will be supported by activity-based learning and the presentation of case studies, photographic and video material and debate to provide a base to encourage exploration, analysis and evaluation. Communication strategies will be explored and examined through the use of contemporary case studies, guest speakers and site visits. Employability skills will be developed specifically in the areas of transcribing semiotic meaning into a piece of communication work and devising strategic control tactics to sustain a brand’s image.

Assessment strategy

Assessment will be conducted by means of a written and visual report that will enable demonstration of the learning outcomes. Knowledge and understanding of branding principles will be demonstrated through the analysis and evaluation of current brand identities and the development of own chosen subject matter. Intellectual skills will reside in the delegate’s ability to identify, manipulate and apply primary signifiers (research). Practical and transferable skills will be demonstrated through the design of an advert and editorial script.

Assessment

AE1 weighting: 80%

  • Assessment type: Report (Visual & Written)
  • Length/duration: 4 000
  • Online submission: Yes
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

 

AE2 weighting: 20%

  • Assessment type: Advert and script
  • Length/duration: 1 000 words
  • Online submission: Yes
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

Aggregation of marks

The marks for each element of assessment will be aggregated to give an overall mark for the unit.

Re-assessment arrangements

Re-assessment of AE1 will require delegates to submit an improved report and re-assessment of AE2 will require an improved advert and script on along with a written summary and reflections of the improvements made to the original submissions.

Fashion Sustainability and CSR, 10 ECTS

Unit Description

This unit will explore environmental issues within fashion and investigate the challenges, local and global, towards improving sustainability within the industry. Lectures will build delegates’ knowledge of a wide range of issues surrounding ethical fashion including alternative sustainable materials, products, and services, in order to understand alternative and smart choices across the supply chain to create environmental improvements.

This unit will encourage the independent application of strategic and innovative approaches towards the investigation of current movements, and potential future developments, in relation to sustainability of the fashion industry.  The emphasis is for delegates to identify sustainable opportunities through the management of systems and design of lifecycles within fashion. It will also consider the wider role of Corporate Social Responsibility and how fashion brands need to create policies that enable a more ethical approach to trading and profits.

Within the project set for this unit focus will be placed on two key objectives; redesigning a product or service to promote the value of sustainability and deliver a strategic plan of good practice for business through exploring business ecosystems and the circular economy.  This will encourage delegates to integrate a theoretical and practical approach when investigating issues relating to global impacts of fashion upon society, economics, and the environment.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the unit, delegates will have obtained skills outlined below.

Knowledge and Understanding:

  • collate and utilise relevant information and reformat information when working towards the promotion of sustainable values and choices in relation to the fashion business;
  • discuss a wide range of issues and practices together with theoretical approaches to the study of the fashion business; and
  • locate and organise relevant information and ideas from a wide range of secondary and some primary sources.

Cognitive Skills:

  • use judgment to analyse, evaluate and reformat a wide range of information; and
  • effectively analyse and utilise strategic and creative thinking to make own judgments in working towards research and outcomes.

Practical and Professional Skills:

  • apply an innovative approach to challenge current business models and fashion industry practice; and
  • connect the impact of own work upon the development of outcomes that influence and encourage good practice.

Transferable and Key Skills:

  • communicate whole picture thinking towards problems solving and communicating, influencing behaviour towards a positive change; and
  • communicate information, ideas, and data effectively in spoken and written form.

Areas of study

The emphasis of the teaching subjects will be around investigating the methods used by the fashion sector to implement Corporate Social Responsibility policies and how the fashion industry needs to change to accommodate increasing environmental challenges, pressures and changing consumer behaviours and attitudes.

Provides an overview of sustainable issues and solutions in relation to ethical and fair-trade production, legislation and policy, sustainable materials and sourcing, product development, lifecycles (recycling, upcycling and afterlife), waste management, repurposing,  carbon footprint, value chain, wellbeing and societal progress, marketing values, slow fashion, fast fashion, collaborative consumption

Specifically, the unit will cover:

  • current industry practice providing an overview of sustainability;
  • corporate social responsibility influence and impact upon the planet, people and profit;
  • investigating risk and lifecycle management;
  • corporate governance;
  • strategy and influential marketing techniques;
  • consumer behaviour in relation to ethical fashion;
  • creative and systematic thinking processes and business models;
  • smart solutions and consumption, eco sourcing;
  • sustainable innovation, future trends, sustainable design development,and theory;
  • visualisation and presentation techniques; and
  • future scenarios and ideation;

Learning and teaching strategy

This unit will be based on lectures, seminars, and interactive forums.  Lectures will provide delegates with a theoretical base of knowledge needed to analyse and reflect upon the themes within the areas of study.  The seminars will provide the framework to develop the theoretical and practical skills needed to complete this unit. The use of forums and group discussion will develop working relationships through collaboration and the analysis of case studies. This utilises the development of transferable skills for personal and professional development.

Assessment strategy

Assessment will be conducted by means of assignments that collectively demonstrate the learning outcomes. Formative assessment will be provided to present work in progress through tutorials and peer-to-peer feedback.

The specific assignment brief will be designed to provide exposure to many ‘real world’ issues in order to apply sustainable values and be of sufficient complexity to enable students to satisfy the appropriate learning outcomes.

Delegates will produce a visual business report that provides a strategic and innovative approach to sustainable solutions promoting good practice. The presentation will assess the visual representation and communication of ideas, which should demonstrate a synergy between sustainability and business. The report and presentation will be summative assessments.

Assessment

AE1 weighting: 60%

  • Assessment type: Visual Report
  • Length/duration: 2 500 words
  • Online submission: Yes
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

 

AE2 weighting: 40%

  • Assessment type: Individual Presentation
  • Length/duration: 10 minutes
  • Online submission: No
  • Grade marking: Yes
  • Anonymous marking: No

Aggregation of marks

The marks for each element of assessment will be aggregated to give an overall mark for the unit.

Re-assessment arrangements

Re-assessment of AE1 will require delegates to submit an improved visual report and re-assessment of AE2 will require an improved version of presentation slides with a written summary and reflections of the improvements made to the original submissions.

Informationsmöte/ studievägledning

Vill du ha mer information om utbildningen? Vid våra informationsmöten berättar vi om innehåll, hur upplägget fungerar och vilka möjligheter till finansiering som finns. Du får chansen att träffa oss och ställa frågor. Anmäl dig redan idag!

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På plats eller FEIFLEX online

Utbildningen genomförs på ett mycket flexibelt sätt. Välj att studera i Stockholm, eller på distans. Det innebär att en deltagare vid varje enskilt lektionstillfälle kan välja att närvara i något av FEI:s klassrum eller medverka i undervisningen online i realtid. Läs mer om hur FEIFLEX fungerar.

Ansökan till start september 2021

Ansökningsförfarande

Ansökningsformulär finns längs ned på denna sida. Ansökan ska göras på engelska. För att kunna få stipendium så måste ansökan vara oss tillhanda i tid (se datum under menyvalet “Stipendium”). Registerutdrag eller examensbevis från universitet/högskola/YH krävs, detta kan kompletteras i efterhand till international@fei.se. Sista datum för komplettering av examensbevis är 15 augusti 2021.

Utbildningsvariant

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Personuppgifter

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Studiebakgrund

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Personligt brev

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Antagningsbesked

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Erbjudande om utbildningsplats

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Application BA (Hons) Fashion Management with Marketing Top-up

  • The name must be identical to the name as printed on your current passport/ID i.e. in the same order. Surname is your last name and Given name is your first and middle name (if any).
  • Note that all fields need to be filled out. If you do not have an "Address Line 2", put for example 'None'.
  • YYYYMMDD-XXXX
  • Passport, driving license or other personal identification document.
  • Please enter your where you have studied from the age of 16

  • School/college/centre nameWhen did you start…....and finishDid you attend full time or part time?Did you/will you receive any formal qualification(s)? Please specify.Please specify if you studied English, and if applicable, level/s and grade/s achieved 
  • Please enter your University or Higher Vocational Education qualification.

    Information regarding your University (universitet/högskola) or Higher Vocational Education programme (YH/KY) and where it was issued.
  • Note that you should only fill in information about your University/HVE qualification here.
    University/HVE qualification (in English)University/HVE qualification (in Swedish)Institution where the qualification was obtainedCredits 
  • Please enter all of the course modules included in your University or Higher Vocational Educational programme and the grades achieved.

    Enter the course module title in English and Swedish as well as the grade received in each course module.
  • Please enter all course modules included in your Univerasity/HVE programme and the grades achieved.
    Course Unit (in English)Course unit (in Swedish)GradeCredits 
  • Please upload a copy of your University/HVE certificate/diploma.

    Attach a copy of University/HVE certificate/diploma in Swedish and English.
  • Upload a copy of your certificate/diploma transcript in Swedish
  • Upload a copy of your certificate/diploma transcript in English.
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  • Employer nameBrief job descriptionWhen did you start?When did you finish?Type of work 
  • Please describe why you would like to pursue the BA (Hons) Fashion Management with Marketing Top-up and other information you might want FEI to know. The statement should be a minimum of 1000 characters and a maximum of 4000 characters. Please note that the personal statement will be used to assess and evaluate your English language writing level.
    Accepted file types: pdf, docx, doc.
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  • Provide an indication of where you would like to study, it is possible to make multiple options.
  • If you chose more than one place of study, provide a brief explanation of your plan.
  • Apply for a FEI scholarship. If granted, the amount will be deducted from the course fee.
  • Please note that this application is not binding. Applicants will be notified of their admission decision in the beginning of June. Denna ansökan är inte bindande. Sökande får antagningsbesked i början av juni.

    After the admission decison has been made, accepted applicants have 15 working days to confirm their place on the course. Sökande som får ett erbjudande om en plats på kursen förväntas lämna besked inom 15 dagar.

Avgift

Kurssavgift

Kurssavgiften uppgår till GBP 9 250. Med nuvarande valutakurs (2021-06-09) motsvarar det cirka 108 000 kr.

I avgiften ingår all undervisning och handledning. Kostnaden för kurslitteratur tillkommer.

Stipendium

FEI erbjuder möjlighet till stipendium för att delfinansiera kursavgiften. För mer information se “stipendium” i vänstermenyn

FEI Studielån eller annan finansiering

Finansieringsalternativ

Det finns flera möjliga sätt att finansiera utbildningen:

Självfinansierad

Om du väljer att betala kursavgiften själv vid deltidsstudier faktureras 25 % av avgiften per termin. Om du studerar på heltid faktureras 50 % av avgiften per termin.

Arbetsgivare

Din arbetsgivare står för kostnaden. Även i detta fall faktureras avgiften 25 % av avgiften per termin vid deltidsstudier. Heltid faktureras 50 % av avgiften per termin.

Arbetsgivare och löntagare kan också ibland komma överens om löneväxling. Löneväxling/bruttolöneavdrag innebär att en anställd byter en del av sin kontanta bruttolön mot en förmån, t ex en utbildning. Ta gärna reda på om din arbetsgivare erbjuder löneväxling för kompetensutveckling.

FEI Studielån

Om du är privatperson kan du delbetala kursavgiften via FEI Studielån. Du ansöker om FEI Studielån samtidigt som du ansöker till utbildningen. FEI Studielån är ett annuitetslån, betalningen sker månadsvis med autogiro. Villkoren är mycket förmånliga, räntan är låg (0.99 %) och du kan välja att betala under 3-8 år. Betalningen sker från och med månaden för kursstart.

Kursavgiften om £9 250 motsvarar ca 108 000 kr (växelkurs 2021-06-09). Beroende på vilken avbetalningstid du önskar blir månadskostnaden:

  • Vid 8 års eller 96 månaders avbetalning blir månadskostnaden 1 171 kr.
  • 7 år (84 månader):  1 332 kr
  • 6 år (72 månader):  1 546 kr
  • 5 år (60 månader):  1 846 kr
  • 4 år (48 månader):  2 297 kr
  • 3 år (36 månader):  3 047 kr

CSN

Utbildningen berättigar för närvarande inte till studiemedel från CSN. Detta är en konsekvens av Brexit.

Stipendium

FEI erbjuder ett begränsat antal stipendier på upp till 10 000 kr om du ansöker till utbildningsstarten i september 2021. Ansökan om stipendium görs samtidigt som du ansöker till utbildningen. Möjligt maximalt stipendiebeloppet beror på när du ansöker enligt följande:

  • om du ansöker senast 15 juni 2021: 10 000 kr
  • om du ansöker senast 15 juli 2021: 5 000 kr

Stockholm, London, Alicante och online

Studier med valfrihet

Du kan medverka på lektioner i FEI:s lokaler eller online via FEIFLEX.

I denna utbildning finns möjlighet att läsa längre eller kortare tid på våra FEI center i Stockholm, London eller Alicante. Du kan kombinera studieorter och studier online i realtid; flexibiliteten är total!

Alicante

FEI utbildningscenter i Spanien ligger i Alicante, precis vid Medelhavet längs den kända kustremsan Costa Blanca. Med drygt 300 000 invånare är staden är störst inom Alicanteprovinsen och dessutom ”huvudstad”, vilket innebär att du här hittar allt du förväntar dig av en större stad vid havet – ljuvliga stränder, fantastisk mat, shopping och härliga promenader. FEI:s nydesignade och trivsamma kontors- och utbildningslokaler är FEIFLEX-utrustade och belägna mitt i centrala Alicante på gatan Calle Pintor Cabrera 22. Som studerande på utbildningen är du välkommen att delta på plats i Alicante under längre eller kortare studieperioder.

 

London

Brexit har inneburit att reglerna för studier i Storbritannien har förändrats avseende bland annat visum. Med FEI:s studieupplägg genom FEIFLEX finns dock fortfarande utmärkta möjligheter att delta på plats i London under längre eller kortare perioder.

FEI:s lokaler är mycket centralt belägna på Themsens södra sida. Lokalerna ligger på gångavstånd från Waterloo Station, London Eye, Big Ben och Westminster. Området Southwark är ett av London mest spännande; utbudet av nöjen och kultur är stort. FEI:s lokaler är fullt FEIFLEX-utrustade. Flera av utbildningens lärare är baserade i London och deras föreläsningar sänds från FEI:s lokaler. Som studerande på utbildningen är du välkommen att delta på plats i London under längre eller kortare studieperioder. Adressen är 90 London Rd, London SE1 6LN.

Information in English

Are you thinking about a Top-up?

Are you aiming for a managerial or leadership role within the fashion industry? Do you want to learn about strategies, fashion product development, branding and how e-commerce is revolutionising the fashion industry? If so, you might want to enroll with us to complete a Bachelor degree in BA (Hons) Fashion Management with Marketing (top up). This course is industry-focussed with a strong academic underpinning.  It is designed to suit the needs of individuals already working in the fashion industry or, alternatively, those with a two year higher vocational education qualification who want to extend their studies in fashion management. If you enroll for this course, you can choose to study from our FEI premises in Stockholm, Alicante or via FEIFLEX online anywhere in the world.

Overview

This specialised academic course focusses on marketing, management and leadership and is specially tailored for the fashion industry. It is organised by FEI in collaboration with Solent University, Southampton, UK. The course is a “top-up” which means it is equivalent to the third year of a three-year Bachelor degree. If you have finished a two year Higher Vocational Certificate/Diploma or have 120 ETCS University credits, this (top-up) course allows you to build on your existing qualifications and gain a Bachelor degree in just one year of full time study.

You will gain expertise highly sought after by fashion and retail companies. This course will equip you with the strategic and operational skills necessary to pursue a career in fashion, opening up positions in (among other things) management, marketing, project management, consultancy and digital sales.

You can choose to study full-time or part-time.

Full time studies

  • The course will take one year and comprise two 20 week semesters.
  • Lectures/webinars will be during the day and evenings, with two to three sessions a week.
  • Two units will be studied simultaneously.
  • Delegates will be required to dedicate around 40 hours a week to lectures, group work and self-study.

Part-time studies

  • The course will take two years and comprise four 20 week semesters.
  • Lectures/webinars are held in the evening only with one to two sessions a week.
  • You will study one unit at a time.
  • Delegates will be required to dedicate around 20 hours a week to lectures, group work and self-study. This means you can work and study at the same time!

An academic course with a practical approach.

The course combines academic and practical approaches and will, if successfully completed, lead to an academic degree from FEI’s British partner, Solent University. It will also give you the relevant tools and industry awareness to shape and develop your future career.

Entry requirements

Students with a wide variety of academic backgrounds are welcome to apply for this course. Outlined below are the minimum requirements for application:

  • a Higher Vocational Certificate or Diploma equating 400 points; or
  • 120 ETCS University Credits.

Although previous studies with a fashionh focus (for example, purchasing) will be helpful, we also welcome applicants with experience and/or qualifications in business administration, marketing, sales, communications, or other relevant theoretical and applied backgrounds.

Practical experience

Practical experience from the fashion sector is not a requirement.  However, if you do have industry experience, this course will build on your existing skills, experience, fashion awareness and self-development. Of course, the part-time option is also an excellent way for delegates to combine work and studies.

Degree

Successful completion of this course will, in combination with your previous Higher Vocational certificate/Diploma or university credits, lead to a BA (Honours) in Fashion Management with Marketing.

If you already have a three-year bachelor’s degree (180 credits) from a university in Sweden or abroad, 120 of the archived credits will be counted towards the (top-up) degree.  Delegates who already have a Bachelor’s degree will, therefore, receive an additional one!

Lectures/Course leaders

FEI has recruited highly qualified teachers who combine academic expertise with strong industry awareness. The majority of lecturers are from Swedish and British Universities.

Stockholm, Alicante or online via FEIFLEX

At FEI, we are forward-thinking in our approach to learning. We understand that flexibility plays a key role in creating a satisfying student experience, especially, when it comes to when, where and how students want to learn. Our FEIFLEX courses have been designed with this in mind.

After the course completion:

The aim is to provide you with a platform to develop your career in the fashion industry. The knowledge you gain, will be from a managerial perspective. Effective leadership and management are critical to an organisation’s success – especially in times of change and uncertainty. In summary, you will develop the skills, understanding and knowledge that will benefit you as a future leader.

This (top- up) degree leads to a formal university degree from Solent University – a great addition to your cv, if you are currently looking for a promotion or a new career path in fashion.

A Bachelor’s degree also offers opportunities for further studies at the Master’s level.

Course content

This course is relevant for both retail and e-commerce

The content of this course reflects the latest developments in the fashion industry. Each unit that delegates will undertake, has a strong industry focus and will adopt both an operational and strategic perspective. Delegates will also have to produce a research-based project / dissertation in a chosen specialist area.

Delegates will have to successfully complete the following four compulsory core units:

  • E-commerce for Fashion, 10 ECTS
  • Contemporary Digital Marketing Strategies, 10 ECTS
  • Research Methods, 5 ECTS
  • Dissertation and Practice Project, 15 ECTS

To create a unique programme for each delegate and tailor the course to their individual interests and aspirations, delegates will also need to successfully complete two of the four optional units listed below.

  • Brand Development and Communication Strategies, 10 ECTS*
  • Management of the Retail Environment, 10 ETCS*
  • Buying and Merchandising, 10 ECTS* (Please note this option will only be available from autumn 2021)
  • Fashion Sustainability and CSR, 10 ECTS

 

Financing

There are three options for payment of the tuition fee.

Your employer pays the tuition fee

This is the most common way in which tuition fees are paid. The tuition fee is divided into two parts and billed twice of the period of the course. The first 50% is paid at the start and the second 50% half-way through.

The individual pays the tuition fee

Private financing is also an option.

The tuition fee will be divided into two parts – 50% at the start of the course and another 50% half way through.

The individual pays the tuition fee using a FEI student loan

As an individual, you can apply to pay the tuition fee in instalments via a FEI student loan. You apply for this loan in conjunction with your application for the course. The maximum period of repayment is five years and interest rates are very competitive, (currently 0.99%). Payments are made via direct debit on a monthly basis starting the first month of the course.

What is FEIFLEX?

FEIFLEX is our unique Edtech concept that offers students complete freedom over how they want to experience their course. FEIFLEX combines the best aspects of traditional classroom teaching and distance learning. It offers benefits for all course participants regardless of how you choose to study, whether it is on site with us, from home, from the office or on a trip.

FEIFLEX allows lessons to be conducted in our dynamic classrooms whilst also being broadcast in real-time. With each session you have the option of participating either directly on site or remotely from any location that suits you. Additionally, as the sessions are recorded you can review them afterwards as often as you like!

Read more about FEIFLEX

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