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List Of The Best Fashion Schools In The World, 2015 Ranking

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, United Kingdom, was named best fashion school in the world for 2015 to study for fashion-related degree, according to the Business of Fashion’s Global Fashion School Ranking. Central St. Martins (C.S.M.) ranked number one for undergraduate courses (BA) and second for graduate courses (MA).

In the undergraduate top fashion schools list, Bunka Fashion College (Japan) ranked second, Kingston University, near London, was No. 3, Parsons The New School for Design in New York ranked fourth, and Fashion Institute of Technology (New York) was No. 5.

Meanwhile, for those seeking higher education, Royal College of Art, Central St. Martins (C.S.M.) and London College of Fashion took first, second and fourth, with the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in third place.

Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia), was No. 5, and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (R.M.I.T.) in Melbourne, Australia showed up again, at No. 6.

Where’s the best place to be a fashion student?

The top 20 fashion schools in the world to study for a fashion-related undergraduate (BA) programmes:

Rank Fashion Institution Location
1 Central Saint Martins, University of the
Arts London
UK
2 Bunka Fashion College (Tokyo) Japan
3 Kingston University (Surrey) UK
4 Parsons The New School for Design (New York) US
5 Fashion Institute of Technology (New York) US
6 Polimoda International Institute of Fashion
Design and Marketing (Florence)
Italy
7 University of Westminster (London) UK
8 London College of Fashion, University of the
Arts London
UK
9 RMIT University (Melbourne) Australia
10 Drexel University (Philadelphia) US
11 Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and
Art (Tel Aviv)
Israel
12 Ryerson School of Fashion, Ryserson
University (Toronto)
Canada
13 Stephens College (Missouri) US
14 Nottingham Trent University UK
15 Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia) US
16 Philadelphia University US
17 University for the Creative Arts (Surrey) UK
18 Istituto Marangoni (Milan) Italy
19 Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology China
20 Hogeschool van Amsterdam Netherlands

Stephan Caras

The top 10 fashion schools in the world to study for a fashion-related graduate (MA) programmes:

Rank Fashion Institution Location
1 Royal College of Art (London) UK
2 Central Saint Martins, University of the
Arts London
UK
3 Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp) Belgium
4 London College of Fashion, University of the
Arts London
UK
5 Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia) US
6 RMIT University (Melbourne) Australia
7 L’Institut Français de la Mode (Paris) France
8 Ryerson School of Fashion, Ryserson
University (Toronto)
Canada
9 Polimoda International Institute of Fashion
Design and Marketing (Florence)
Italy
10 Philadelphia University US

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