I want to study Masters in Fashion Management in Canada. Can you suggest appropriate colleges for it?

Asked by SHREEVIDYA CHAKRAVARTY about 1 year ago

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Ajay Tewani

Ajay Tewani

Investment Analyst at IFC - World Bank Group | IIM Ahmedabad | CA | CFA Level III

Fashion Management degrees train you to create original pieces of clothing and related accessories, keeping true to seasonal fashion trends or setting their own. Fashion Design courses, offered by fashion schools worldwide, incorporate knowledge of technical and artistic abilities that enable designers to send a message through their work.

Even your choice of country is excellent. Canada is one of the most popular study destinations in the world due to its high focus on the quality of its universities and its emphasis on attracting international students. 

The top three universities that you can consider are:
1. Humber College, Toronto 
2. Fanshaw College, London
3. Faculty of Arts, Edmonton

While this is primarily a generic school list, please note that each university has its own set of profile standards, and you should only apply to universities that match your profile. Because of your profile, you may not be able to apply to all of the above-mentioned universities. However, you may be able to gain admission to some more prestigious universities.

I know it can be a bit difficult to find out which universities match your profile, and then there is also a high chance of miscommunication because of a plethora of data over the internet. 

I suggest you check out the FREE School Explore Tool here. It will generate a personalised list of schools that match your profile and preferences. This will make it easier for you to narrow down your best choices then. 

Once you have your school list, I’m sure you would also have questions like how to apply, what are the documents required etc. Let me know, and I will help you with relevant information. 


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