The Bachelor Degree program in Fashion Industry Management is hold at the University of A Coruna Faculty of Humanities and Documentation. Those students interested in the fashion industry willing to develop international projects will get a solid training with international orientation and interdisciplinary approach. They will be taught through sustained practice and instruction, prepared to analyze and undertake each stage of a decision-making process in management as well as in the design, distribution and supply chains and commercialization. The degree syllabus carries 240 credits organized in four academic courses, 60 credits each.
Since the degree is international in its scope, a minimum of 40% of the syllabus credits will be taught in English language, being a bilingual education approach.
Being a practice-oriented degree, the curriculum endowes seminars hosted by professional experts in the field and are run in collaboration with Cointega
In accordance with the interdisciplinary orientation policy of the degree, the academic syllabus is structured in 5 modules.
The degree syllabus includes supervised internships in companies and a final project (TFG) during the second term of the fourth year.
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Prices for Spain or EU resident students
Approximate price of one academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment with residence in Spain or EU
Prices for Spain or EU non resident students
Approximate price of one academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment without residence in Spain or EU
Offered place for academic course 2021/2022
The main reasons to study this degree are:
This study is multilingual. The students will have the option to study part of the study in other languages.
|Starting academic year||2018/2019|
|Last update/verification ACSUG date||22/03/2018|
|Authorization Xunta Council date||13/06/2018|
|Authorization DOG publication date||29/06/2018|
|Official BOE publication date||07/09/2018|
|DOG syllabus publication date||19/12/2018|
|BOE syllabus publication date||26/12/2018|