Fashion is a global business. Experience a semester abroad or one of our short-term international programs to add an invaluable dimension to your education.
Study abroad in Australia for a semester at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT).
Spend a semester at the University of New York in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.
Whether you’re focused on merchandising management, arts and design, or fashion marketing, there’s a study abroad program in London for you.
France and fashion are synonymous. Choose from three semester-long exchange programs and immerse yourself in the industry.
LIM partners with Mercado Global, a social enterprise organization that links indigenous artisans in rural Guatemalan communities to international sales opportunities, to offer you a unique opportunity.
Study Italian fashion and culture in Rome for a semester-long program.
Hone your business acumen at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
Spend a semester at Heriot-Watt University's campus in the town of Galashiels, a gateway to the Scottish textiles industry.
With a multicultural student body and a structured academic program, experience the semester of a lifetime in Madrid at the Universidad CEU San Pablo.
Each year, three LIM students have the opportunity to study the business of fashion at Shih Chien University in Taipei, Taiwan.
Explore the richness of Vietnamese culture and the excitement of Ho Chi Minh City while studying the Asian fashion industry.
Buying Trip and Competitive Shop
Spend a week in London getting to know the retail landscape and learning buying strategies.Explore London's fashion scene
Business, Fashion, and Culture of Europe
Spend two weeks in Europe, immersing yourself in the culture and exploring the fashion business.Explore Europe
Travel to Europe over Winter Break to explore local cultures and the business of fashion while earning elective credit.Spend your Winter Break abroad
Rebirth and Revolution
Discover Renaissance art and the city of Florence through this three-week summer program. Students will take one art history course taught by an LIM faculty member and one elective course at the Florence University of the Arts.The Arts in Florence