The professional orientation of the MSc Luxury & Fashion management guarantees its relevance and ensures that students are professionally operational by the end of the year.
The MSc Luxury & Fashion Management opens opportunities to pursue careers in a wide range of fashion and luxury fields. Whilst having a strong disciplinary base in international luxury brand management, its range is such that graduates will be able to work with specialists in other areas, getting involved in creative, marketing or finance positions. Graduates can go on to work in top level management, designing, sourcing, merchandising, budgeting, advertising, global luxury or fashion brand management as well as strategy.
Graduates take on roles that are essentially strategic, analytical, marketing and planning.
Recent graduates have been recruited around the globe into a wide range of fields by leading fashion or luxury institutions and multinational corporations such as DHV, Rodriguez, Dassault, LVMH, Baume & Mercier, Hermes, Jitrois, Caudalie, BETC Design, Gucci Group….
2016 MSc employment survey
Our latest employment survey
found that graduates of the MSc Luxury & Fashion Management
have an 85% net employment rate (at six months), and an average salary of €50,000.
59% work outside of France; most of the others work in the Paris region.
BETC Design, Dassault, Baume & Mercier, RSW, Jitrois, Gucci, Neemrana Hotels, Global Luxuria, Jaypee Group…
Josselin Roulet, 2009 graduate
"I joined JCDecaux OneWorld in 2016 as international client service director - Asia. JCD OneWorld is the global services division of the world’s largest OOH company, JCDecaux, operating in over 75 countries and 3400 cites.
I recently held the role of account director, China at Interpublic Group. I was also strategy director of Shanghai Uncle Advertising, a local social media agency based in Shanghai and Guangzhou.
During my time at IPG, I led a number of multi-disciplinary teams working with brands including Porsche, P&G, Nike, Visa, MasterCard and Microsoft. Recently, I counselled Porsche China on booking OOH advertising in 15 different cities within mainland China."
Haixang Li, 2017 graduate
"From 2014 to 2017, I studied on the MSc Luxury & Fashion Management and, during that time, I became the exclusive distributor of Leguano in China and Japan.
After finishing my studies, and with more profound business knowledge as well as the help of our professors and alumni networks, I now develop more accurate and efficient marketing and branding strategies while developing various channels.
My sales turnout keeps increasing. Not only do I sell shoes, but I also build the communications platforms and acquire more resources. In the future, we're intending to introduce more products and services."