Congratulations to our prize winners who were awarded in last week’s Communication, Marketing and Fashion Management ceremony. This event marks the beginning of the new semester, where we’re welcoming new and existing students to campus this week.
Thanks to Bon Accord & St Nicholas for sponsoring the prize for “best stage 4 student”.
Thanks to McCalls for sponsoring the prize for “best fashion project”.
And thank you to Trend for sponsoring our prizes for “best stage 3 student” and “best fashion management dissertation”.
Well done to all our winners and we hope you had fun celebrating your achievements!
Stimulate your mind with a Masters in Fashion Management (and an on-campus Costa coffee of course!)
Our next Postgraduate Open Evening takes place on Thursday the 14th of May from 6-8pm – come along to find out more about some fantastic opportunities where we offer a range of exciting subjects ranging from fashion, PR and digital marketing to project and information management! To register visit http://www.rgu.ac.uk/better.
It’s that time of year again and our fourth years are working hard on their Honours dissertations. As always we have a really interesting variety of research projects going on and we’re very much looking forward to reading the results!
One of our students is carrying out research into the use of fashion blogs and is looking for participants (fashion students and non fashion students from 17-30 years old) for a focus group which will take place this month in Aberdeen. If you’re interested in getting involved then please contact Suzy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your help is much appreciated!
A fabulous example of marketing which reminded us to remind our fourth years (again) to complete the National Student Survey!
Here’s a little challenge that Dr Morag Hamilton, Course Leader for the Masters in Fashion Management, sets our students each year. Morag completed her PhD in luxury branding a few years ago and introduces the challenge as part of her fashion branding module.
Research has shown that we, as consumers, tend to be more loyal towards brands than specific retailers and most of us could relate to a number of brands we engage with on a daily basis.
These are Morag’s “brands in a day”. Only one of these is merely aspirational – I wonder if you can guess which one…
What would be your “brands in a day”?
On Wednesday the 9th of April, our stage 3 BA (Hons) Fashion Management students made the headlines (Evening Express) with their World of Colour fashion show.
Well done to our third years and we hope we’ll be reading more about the event in the local press in the weeks running up to the show.