The international character of ISEM Fashion Business School is reflected in alliances and agreements with well-known schools and fashion institutions around the world.
Examples of International Activity:
– Academic stays of FBA students in Paris (IFM) and Milan (SDA Bocconi)
– Fashion Business iQ Program at the IESE New York headquarters with faculty from: Parsons The New School for Design, Fashion Institute of Technology, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Stern School of Business New York University, Boston University, Harvard Business School.
– International teaching staff and guest speakers from the most prestigious schools and universities and companies.
– Training programs designed for students of international Schools at ISEM focused on the Spanish fashion industry and fast fashion business models.
– Comparative research projects.
This school is specialized in creativity management, they offer an exchange program for its students with the students of the ISEM Fashion Business School. In addition, it has collaboration of teachers to teach classes in the Fashion MBA (FBA) at ISEM Fashion Business School.
The agreement signed with this institution allows the intervention of professors specializing in foreign policy and macroeconomics issues applied to the textile and fashion industry.
The agreement signed with this institution will allow the exchange of teachers and students. Likewise, the institutions will be able to develop joint programs, share material and documentation for research, as well as work on common projects to boost the professionalization of the fashion industry.
The agreement signed with this institution will allow academic exchanges between teachers and students. Both institutions intend to broaden and deepen the knowledge on the fashion systems of Spain, on the part of the Scandinavian students, and of Sweden, on the part of the Spaniards.
Through this agreement the exchange of students, alumni and doctoral students of both centers is supported; the visits of professors are promoted, both for training and for research, between the two universities; and collaboration is encouraged in academic publications and papers as well as the joint development of research activities.