So you want to work in fashion?

You always considered working in the fashion industry. if you want the opportunity to study fashion in Paris, read on about this interesting webinar...

For the past 30 years the Paris Ile-de-France Chamber of Commerce has been recruiting 30 foreign students each year on behalf of 12 Schools, including these 3 fashion schools:

  • Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne
  • Institut Français de la Mode
  • La Fabrique
 
A webinar will take place Wednesday 4 January at 5pm (French local time), therefore 6pm, estonian local time !!
 
This webinar is free of charge and all in english.
These schools representatives will present you the various career paths opened in the fashion industry.
 
NOT TO MISS!

Register here

To know more, check this website: Paris Ile-de-France Chamber of Commerce

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