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International College of Fashion (ICF)

Promoted by the Bajaj Capital Group, is a leading and preeminent temple of envisioning and evolving Fashion Entrepreneurship education. ICF endeavors to partake in the developmental process of fashion industry by producing top notch entrepreneurs with valuable skill set and efficiency. It is instrumental in mentoring students to continually look for marketable opportunities to exploit and start a new business venture from concept to creation and from fashion to street.

ICF, through its Entrepreneurship programs, takes the initiative of discovering those talented and successful individuals who have both the flair and business edge to become future leaders and champions of the local fashion industry. Fashion Entrepreneurship aims to build strong professional foundation of technical and managerial ability for effective decision making. It usually involves planning, organizing, directing and controlling the input of suppliers, contractors and the design team members, together with accepting the associated business risks. It targets towards individuals who aspire to build a successful brand for them selves the fashion industry.

Full Time Industry Integrated  Programs:

  • B.B.A. in Fashion Entrepreneurship – 2 years
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Entrepreneurship (PGDFE) – 1 year
  • M.B.A. in Fashion Entrepreneurship – 3 years

Curriculum Designed By:

  • National Institute of Design (NID)- Ahmedabad
  • IIT- Delhi (Indian Institute of Technology- Delhi)
  • NIESBUD  (National Institute of Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development)

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Academic Council:
ICF is established to watch over the quality of the pedagogy and to ensure that it meets the expectations of companies in the entrepreneurial sector. The council members coordinate parts of the curriculum corresponding to their expertise.  It is a panel of professionals and experts from the industry and academia.

  • Leena Singh (Designer)
  • Anjana Bhargav (Designer)
  • Raakesh Aggarvwal (Designer)
  • Payal Jain (Designer)
  • Sheena Aggarwal (Image Consultant)
  • Vinod Kaul- Director, FDCI
  • K.R. Arya- D.G., NIESBUD
  • RSJ Inspection Service Ltd. (Audits, Lab Test Management, Quality inspection etc.)
  • Specialty Merchandising Services (Buying House)

How is Fashion Entrepreneurship @ ICF different from other college
This course  introduces  the  concepts of design,  marketing and sales management through a series of readings, case studies that highlight the decision-making problems  of marketing and sales managers and mentoring from experts from the industry and designers perspective.
The focus is on topics like market environment, planning and research, consumer behavior, segmentation and forecasting, promotion decisions  and  the  different  elements  of marketing mix, sales and distribution management  in the Indian context. Case analysis is used to bring in real world problems into a classroom environment and to ensure active participation  thereby leading to innovative solution to problems.

Whether or not students start a business, most employers find entrepreneurial traits attractive in new recruits. We want to encourage our students to innovate and introduce a new product or a process into the market.

The Post Graduate  Diploma in Fashion Entrepreneurship program at ICF trains the fashion lovers who plan to create  their own clothing line, to evaluate a business idea from top to bottom and  to  get  a  true  understanding   of  the  market.  Experiential learning, where students learn entrepreneurship through Fashion
Marketing, Entrepreneurship  Management,  Range  Planning, Retail  Model and Enterprise Launching & Resource, Trends & Forecasting and by working on their own businesses modules, continues to be a big part of entrepreneurial education today, and, many times, students are even more involved with the business leaders.

ICF concept of education
The focus is on topics like market environment, planning and research, consumer behavior, segmentation  and  forecasting,   promotion   decisions   and  the  different  elements   of marketing mix, sales and distribution management  in the Indian context.  Case analysis is used to bring in real world problems  into a classroom environment and to ensure active participation thereby leading to innovative solution to problems.

Admission Cycle

1 – January 2016

Admission Cycle

2 – April 2016

Admission Cycle

3 – June 2016

 

 

 

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