MBA Sustainable Fashion Management Sustainability Management School - SUMAS

This course provides in-depth knowledge about the core issues and challenges of sustainable fashion and integrates responsible leadership applied to the fashion sector. Participants learn the art of sustainable fashion with a creative focus and a critical awareness that enables them to be an active player in the sustainable fashion industry.

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SUMAS students are constantly engaged in practice-oriented projects that are guided by academics, consultants and professionals. These projects are part of SUMAS’ innovative teaching methodology which includes video conferences with leading speakers in organizations and in-class company presentations. These activities not only encourage knowledge sharing but also provide valuable opportunities for networking to enhance your career development.

SUMAS students can choose to take a second optional year and engage in an internship in a corporation or an international organization.

Our next intake for both MBA and MAM:

 

Online: July and October 2020

On-campus: September 2020.

Content

9 core modules
5 major modules
Final Capstone
Projects in collaboration with executives

Small Classes

Classes are based around discussions of cases, videos and role-play activities.

Cost of the master: Not declared
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