Creative Design and Fashion Internships

Your Career in Creative Design and Fashion is Waiting

A Creative, Design and Fashion Internship will allow you to explore the business side of the creative industries and/or let your creative skills shine. Choose from a wide range of placements from interior design to graphic architectural design to fashion – depending on your interests and career goals. UNESCO defines the creative industries as combining ‘the creation, production, and commercialization of products which are tangible and cultural in nature.’ Whatever your interests, wherever your skills and career dreams lie, a Creative, Design, and Fashion Internship will help you to use your creativity, initiative, and business acumen to kickstart your career in this exciting field.

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Key Projects on a Fashion Internship

Your degree may equip you with theoretical knowledge of creative industries, but a remote internship at a French interior design company, using photo editing software or creating promotional posts for a big event will enable you to put that knowledge into action. The on-the-job practice in a professional setting will help you gain key skills that employers seek to get started in your career. Here’s an example of what you can expect:

★ Creative Design Intern
Learn or improve your Adobe software skills such as Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator to assist your creative team and support the development of new ideas to pitch for future projects.
★ Marketing Intern
Use your creative digital skills to create online promotional materials such as posters, banners, engaging social media imagery, and leaflets.
★ Fashion Business Outreach Intern
You will foster new client relationships and engage gallery and museum profiles by contacting potential suppliers.

Key Skills You’ll Gain on

a Creative Design and Fashion Internship

The creative skills you learn will be extremely important to bring to administrative and creative projects in your career.
Interpersonal Skills
Working with vendors, business departments, customers, and more will require the immense ability to support multiple stakeholders.
Creative industries can often have a less clear and direct career pathway and require an immense amount of initiative to suggest new ideas, start companies/projects and more.

Did you know?

1 in 4 interns

 are offered a position at the end of their internship by their host company

* End of program feedback data, April 2022


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