As a graduate student of LIM College, you live and learn in the fashion capital of the world. Immerse yourself in the everyday reality of the fashion business, meet industry leaders, and study with fashion professionals.
LIM College accepts students from all over the world to join the Center for Graduate Studies. Graduate applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the U.S. or an equivalent undergraduate degree from a foreign country.
We are now accepting Master of Professional Studies (MPS) applications for Fall 2017 in Fashion Merchandising and Retail Management, Fashion Marketing and Global Fashion Supply Chain Management. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis as space is available in each graduate program.
In a 300-500 word essay, please describe the most significant experience, accomplishment, risk you have taken, moral dilemma or personal triumph you have faced and its impact on you.
To be considered for admissions, you must submit an online application along with a $40 non-refundable application fee or approved fee waiver. Applications are accepted after March 1 on a rolling basis as space permits in each degree program.
Letters of Recommendation
Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation from academic or work-related references. The letters of recommendation should demonstrate insight into your teamwork, leadership, communication, intellectual and interpersonal skills and abilities, as well as your level of maturity, strengths, and weaknesses. Letters of recommendation can be submitted online with your application or via email or mail.
Provide your reference with a stamped, pre-addressed envelope or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Official Test Scores
International students may be required to complete the TOEFL or another exam to prove English proficiency.
Students must submit an official transcript from the institution in which the applicant holds an undergraduate degree. We may request transcripts from all other colleges or universities attended at the undergraduate or graduate level to make an admissions decision. If an undergraduate degree was completed outside the United States, the Office of Admissions may request your transcript is evaluated by the World Education Service, AACRAO International Education Services or another evaluation agency approved by NACES.
LIM College requires applicants submit a resume or CV demonstrating chronological work experience.
A personal interview is required for graduate applicants. Domestic applicants can interview in-person or over the phone. International applicants can interview in-person or via Skype and must send a picture of their photo ID beforehand.
*Once applicants have reached the interview step in the application process, a link will be emailed to register for an interview timeslot.
June 15th: Graduate Admissions Information Session 12-1 pm
June 21st: Graduate Admissions Webinar (Online) 10-11 am
July 13th: Graduate Admissions Information Session 12-1 pm
July 19th: Graduate Admissions Webinar (Online) 8-9 am
August 9th: Graduate Admissions Webinar (Online) 10-11 am
*Online Webinars are conducted in Eastern Standard Time