Condé Nast enter the world of fashion design courses

Condé Nast, a fashion magazine publisher, has recently ventured into the launch of an institute where a course on Fashion and Designing is being taught to students. The name of the college, Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design, has Susie Forbes as the principal. The principal has mentioned about Condé Nast contemplating extending the course to cover brands like Wired, Glamour and Tatler as well. That however is a future plans, for as of now the institute is focusing on the Vogue course.

Presently the brand that the college covers in its syllabus is Vogue. In a very short time the college has gained popularity and demand from students wanting to enrol has surpassed the capacity that the college can handle, as per Susie Forbes. The length of the course as well as content refining so that the degree course could be completed in two years rather than three, is being looked into by the administrators of the college.

The principal also spoke about the process the college has instituted to ensure its courses are available to all strata of people. A bursary scheme, as well as scholarship for three students has been incorporated in the college from this academic year. There is also the thought of associating with other colleges so that Masters could also be perused by students of this college. Susie Forbes was speaking at the Professional Publishers Association event held recently in London.