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The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design is learning in Vogue

by | 22nd, February 2012

ANYONE wanting to study how be a fashionista in London can enrol at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design.

It “operates from the heart of one of the world’s most exciting fashion capitals”:

The Condé Nast College will establish itself as an important starting point for those who want to be tomorrow’s stars of the fashion industry. With outstanding resources, leading-edge facilities and access to experts from the worlds of fashion, style and luxury, the College will prepare its students to work in all areas of this exciting and innovative industry.

In 2013 we will offer two courses the ten-week Vogue Fashion Certificate and the year-long Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma. We are now accepting applications and look forward to welcoming the first students!

Sounds great.

The Condé Nast College offers unrivalled industry links and partnerships, and unique access to fashion insiders. As a result, our students will be presented with a significant networking opportunity.

The best bit about studying fashion with Vogue is networking?

Why London:

The College itself is situated* in the heart of central London. This means that our students have easy access to the many famous museums, galleries, theatres and other cultural landmarks. In addition to the educational and cultural riches on offer, the area boasts many iconic international landmarks including Trafalgar Square, the Houses of Parliament and the great Royal Parks and Palaces.

London is full of free stuff to see and do.

What about the courses?

The ten-week Vogue Fashion Certificate will run for the duration of each of the terms of the standard Academic year. This intensive course aims to prepare students either for further study in higher education or for employment in the world of fashion. As well as the taught modules students on the course students will develop research skills, plus the ability to present their work in a portfolio or via a presentation.

This is a full-time course. Students will be required to attend College for a minimum of fifteen hours of formal lectures and seminars each week.

In addition to this, students will have a busy schedule of industry, museum and gallery visits plus personal study time in order to produce essays and project work.

So. How do I get in?

Tuition fees for the Academic Year 2013/2014 will be:

Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma
£19,560.00 excluding VAT

That’s a year-long course – with holidays:

Autumn Term
7 October 2013 – 13 December 2013

Spring Term
6 January 2014 – 14 March 2014

Summer Term
23 April 2014 – 20 June 2014

Or how about the 10-week Vogue Fashion Certificate?

£6,600.00 excluding VAT

Oh, and that work you in study… Conde Nast owns it:

All rights (including all IPRs as defined below) in and to the examination papers, together with any and all other material and/or content produced by students during the course, (together, the  “Materials”) are owned by the College. Each student hereby irrevocably and unconditionally assigns by  way of future assignment all intellectual property  rights and interests in and to the Materials… Each student hereby irrevocably and unconditionally  waives in perpetuity, in connection with the  Materials, the benefits of any provision of law known as moral rights or “droit moral” and any right to  derogatory treatment or any similar rights whether  now existing or hereafter conferred under the laws of any jurisdiction.

It’s an education…

 



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