January, July and October
18 months (6 terms)
The Marketing for Fashion & Entertainment Diploma blends fashion and marketing across the entertainment industry. You’ll learn the principles of fashion marketing, brand management, merchandising, trend forecasting, visual merchandising and fashion buying. You’ll also explore event planning, styling, public relations and social media. With field-trips to fashion showrooms, retailers, public events, PR firms and design studios, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes perspective on the inner workings of the fashion and entertainment industries.
THE PROGRAM APART
You’ll have the unique opportunity to collaborate with students across creative programs and build industry-wide networks, working with peers in fashion design, film production and acting.
Real World Education
The program focuses on practical, hands-on and experiential learning. You’ll visit fashion showrooms, retail stores, film production facilities, public relations firms, corporate offices and industry events.
In small classes, you’ll be mentored by industry experts who are recognized across the fashion and entertainment industries. From launching a product to being backstage, they share a wealth of diverse experiences, as well as insider industry connections and professional networks.
The program’s intensive pace and specialized curriculum will prepare you with the creative and technical skills to launch your fashion career in just 18 months.
Small Class Sizes
In small classes with one-on-one instruction and mentoring, you’ll have the greatest opportunity to reach your full potential. You’ll also build invaluable relationships with classmates and professional networks with peers across creative programs.
Study in the Heart of Canada’s Entertainment Industry
Recognized as Canada’s fashion and entertainment capital, Toronto is home to a variety of national and international head offices. The city also plays host to world-class cultural events including the second largest Fashion Week in North America and the first Men’s Fashion Week (TOM), as well as the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). At our Yonge and Davisville campus, you’ll study in midtown’s cluster of fashion and entertainment.
Your Degree Pathway
FOR GRADUATES WITH THE PASSION TO DO MORE
Maximize your potential in the Fashion industry with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Project Management. Our articulation agreement with Yorkville University lets you complete your BBA in 21 months while working, and helps develop invaluable business skills for trend forecasting, marketing, planning events, handling finances, and more.
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