The International Manufacturing & Product Development Advanced Study program teaches students about all phases of the product development cycle from the initial concept and design to technical design, global sourcing, costing, production and marketing to the consumer. During the course of their studies, students have the unique opportunity to study directly in Europe and Asia, as well as visit iconic locations around the USA in conjunction with the company they are collaborating with. This year’s collaboration is big--really big. FIDM IMPD Class of 2017 were paired with…..NIKE! With that, they were able to visit Nike Headquarters in Portland, Oregon. Check out the full recap here.
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FIDM Graduate Danielle Thaxton was named Best U.S.A. Designer, awarded by Ralph Lauren, at the 2016 ISKO I-SKOOL™ Gran Finale denim competition, which featured more than 50,000 students from some of the best colleges and universities around the world. Daniel … Read More
FIDM Alumna Danielle Thaxton just won the ISKO Award in Europe. She has a degree in Merchandise Product Development and graduated in 2016 with her International Manufacturing and Product Development degree. Tell us a little about yourself: I wa … Read More
All 11 of FIDM's International Manufacturing & Product Development Students recently visited Hong Kong, along with FIDM Vice President of Education Barbara Bundy and Special Projects Chairperson Amanda Starling, for hands-on learning in a fast-paced, global … Read More