Many of our graduates choose careers as fashion designers, merchandisers, buyers, textile scientists/engineers, textile designers, consumer and market analysts, production coordinators, fashion entrepreneurs, trend forecasters, fashion marketers/brand managers, fashion advertising/PR specialists, fashion editors, and technical designers. In addition, many alumni work in government ministries and affiliated institutions, research centers, and educational institutions relevant to clothing and textiles.
The current fast-growing trends of information technology and sustainability are giving our graduates opportunities to expand their career paths into fashion-related high technology, start-ups, and government policy-making in addition to the traditional careers in, design, merchandising, marketing, and fashion forecasting. We strive to support various career plans available for our students, including pursuing graduate studies in the clothing and textiles field.
|Education||Professor, middle or high school teacher||Universities, colleges, middle and high schools|
|Research||Researcher, developer, examiner, analyst||Textile-related research institutions, R&D departments of companies|
|Business||Designer, merchandiser, buyer, planner, marketer||Fashion brands, textile and clothing companies, sourcing companies/vendors|
|Analysis & Consulting||Fashion information analyst, trend forecaster||Market research institutions, fashion consulting firms|
|Retail & Distribution||Merchandiser, planner, buyer||Department stores, home shopping businesses|
|Media||Marketing, PR||Broadcasting companies, newspapers, fashion journals, advertising agencies|