MA Fashion Entrepreneurship aims to begin to address the need for entrepreneurs who can build and capitalise on the existing strengths in the UK and international fashion industries to ensure that the sector has the influx of creative entrepreneurial talent it needs to sustain growth of new fashion businesses.
The ethos that entrepreneurship serves as a catalyst for economic development underpins the course philosophy. Strengthened by London College of Fashions unparalleled external and internal industry networks, the programme aims to facilitate your development of innovative fashion related concepts through to commercialisation. This development is supported through collaborative relationships between education and industry that are aligned to both 21st century business and new market challenges for the global fashion industry.
Masters Project Proposal
This unit supports the development of your project proposal. You will be able to work on your initial ideas discussed at interview, through reviewing and revising your focus in line with developing interests synthesised from your work within the specialist units of your MA course. A staged process of development and review culminates in the presentation of the proposal for assessment. Individual and original results must be underpinned by sound research methodologies, and you will be expected to consult a wide range of specialist resources.
You will be introduced to a broad range of research methodologies and skills, including presentations, workshops and practitioner case studies. This unit will support you in the completion of your coursework assignments and will prepare you for the development of your Masters Project.
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