Who is This Course For?
Professionals in fashion ( designers, buyers, merchandisers etc)
Stylists and personal shoppers that work with English speaking clients
Anyone that loves fashion and wants to understand fashion trends and get insights into the fashion industry
Fashion influencers, bloggers or any person interested in talking about fashion in English
Course's Aims & Benefits
A unique online Business English Fashion course that teaches you specialized business vocabulary, key fashion terms and concepts that you need to know to understand how the Fashion Industry works.
Do you want reliability and validity after you finish the course?
Included in the course is the Oxford Online Placement Test (OOPT) this is a standardized test from Oxford University Press. The test can verify your English level in an hour. After the test, you will receive a rating that is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Test scores are valid for two years.
Obtain an official LEVEL CERTIFICATE from Oxford University after you have completed the online fashion course and exam.
You will study the grammatical structures and vocabulary of a range of topics covered, including: Working in Fashion, Fashion careers, Garment Construction, Production, Creating a brand, Promotion, and Retail.
Case studies and projects in the course all help students work towards real language progress in this specialized field.
See if your qualify to take this course.
*B1 CEFR level recommended. (take FREE level quiz here)
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 specific units
20 unique lessons
Multiple videos immediate start / LIFETIME access
Fun quizzes / Free recourses / Listening extracts/Grammar practice
Downloadable vocabulary list (from English to Italian, Chinese & Russian)
1 bonus 40 min video with a key player in the fashion industry
30 minute live consultation with the teacher and course review after finishing the course by appointment
OXFORD UNIVERSITY LEVEL CERTIFICATE
*Some institutions accept these test scores for their entrance requirements. However, you should check with your intended faculty or study program first to find out whether they recognize the OOPT results.