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Study Abroad
Study Abroad
Fashion and merchandising employers will tell you that graduating students with international experiences on their resumes stand out from the crowd. At CMU, we encourage you to study abroad. We’ve developed relationships with the following institutions to provide you with once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunities. Our study abroad students come back completely transformed and excited about the global opportunities within the fashion industry.

Paris
FMD 570: The Business and Design of European Fashion, a faculty-led study abroad course can broaden your perspective in the world's fashion capital — PARIS .

For more information:
Maureen MacGillvray, PhD
Wightman 216
989-774-2229
macgi1ms@cmich.edu

FMD in the Big Apple

Are you an apparel merchandising and design student interested in seeing the world's fashion capital up close? If so, consider signing up for the FMD 350: The New York City Professional Study Tour in the summer. You'll visit the studio of Francis Bitonti, and companies that could include Saks Fifth Avenue, Adrianna Papell and Bergdorf Goodman. You will also visit museums, browse costume archives and take in a Broadway show. Highlights of the 2015 trip!

For more information, contact:
Michael Mamp, PhD
Michael.mamp@cmich.edu
Wightman Hall 210
989-774-6595

To find out more about these educational institutions where students can gain international experience, explore the websites below.


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