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1.香粧品製作與管理學系（法國 - 須已有大學學位（理科較佳）或是５年以上相關工作經驗）
The University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ) and the Institut Supérieur International du Parfum, de la Cosmétique et de l'Aromatique Alimentaire (ISIPCA) have created a unique programme in Fragrance and Cosmetics leading to a dual competence both scientific and management with a university diploma which will give students international recognition.
The programme has been created for worldwide students in search of a multicultural education. The idea is to give participants a double competence: an inside knowledge of the perfumery and cosmetic sectors from a scientific point of view and an understanding of the strategic and managerial aspects of business and marketing in those sectors.
Successful completion of the course should prepare students for a career in all areas of R&D as well as marketing and product development. Students will acquire a broad understanding of all roles as well as achieving professional training within the industry along with a vocabulary indigenous to the perfumery and cosmetic sector.
The programme is entirely delivered in English. The first year, held in Versailles (France) is essentially technical and scientific (perfumery, cosmetic and chemistry) but applied directly to some of the most luxurious subjects in our history. The perfumery and cosmetic modules are delivered by Group ISIPCA and chemistry modules by the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ).
For the second year students head off either to Plymouth (UK) or Padova (Italy) to absorb themselves in business administration and marketing which represent a necessary complement for today's scientific students. It provides an intimate knowledge of business and marketing management as applied to the perfumery and cosmetic sector.
The University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines is renowned for its multidisciplinary choice of subjects, with particular strength in scientific fields. It has strong potential in research, specifically in chemistry. Since 1993 Group ISIPCA and UVSQ have provided an educational programme for specialists in cosmetics, perfumery and food flavourings (master level) in partnership with the industry.
Group ISIPCA is managed by the Chamber of Commerce of Versailles Val d'Oise/Yvelines. It is a leading institute worldwide in the development of perfumery, cosmetics and food flavourings.
The University of Plymouth in the UK has developed a national and international reputation for high standards, both academically and in research. The management courses for perfumery are designed to provide a sound basis within the world of business with special projects in cosmetics and perfumery.
The University of Padova (Italy) is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. The faculty of pharmacy is recognised as a leader in its field for cosmetic and pharmaceutical subjects. The faculty of economics is on the cutting edge of innovation and international orientation. These two faculties will organise specific courses of marketing and business management in perfumery and cosmetics.
A first hand knowledge of the industry is also vital and the students will have a four month training period in the industry to complete the second year t raining. The students will put the knowledge they have acquired during their training programme to good use.
Examinations will be held in both Versailles and the partner university. To be eligible for the course, students need a Bachelor degree or equivalent, preferably in scientific matters or have at least five years working experience in these sectors.
The course starts early October of each calendar year.
For further information and registration, contact:
36 rue du Parc de Clagny
78000 Versailles, France
Tel : 188.8.131.52.70.74
Fax : 184.108.40.206.70.34
E-mail : email@example.com
Web site : www.efcm-master.com
University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines: www.uvsq.fr
Groupe ISIPCA: www.isipca.fr , www.efcm-master.com
University of Padova: www.unipd.it
University of Plymouth: www.plymouth.ac.uk
Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program in Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management（專業碩士學位）
The School of Graduate Studies
Fashion Institute of Technology ( FIT )
Seventh Avenue at 27th Street
New York City 10001-5992
fax 212 217.5156
www.fitnyc.suny.eduSource(s): http://www.mba-courses.com/ads/efcm.htm ＋ 自己
- 1 decade ago
恩恩 並不能說專業人士啦 只是說有興趣的人 課程沒有一定是晚上的....
- 1 decade ago
請問Fashion Institute of Technology ( FIT )所提供的Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program in Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management（專業碩士學位）....我有上去學校網站看, 這是給畢業後專業人士去進修的課程, 是嗎?上課是晚上的, 對吧?!
- 2 decades ago
London college of fashion 英國
Study Mode: Full Time
Duration: Three years or four years sandwich
Start Date: October
Application: UCAS Route A
Deadline: 15 January
University Code: L65
Cosmetic Science - B995
Beauty Science - WB99
This unique four year course is the first in the UK to focus on the specialist needs of the Cosmetic and Beauty industry. The course provides students with in-depth scientific knowledge to create new products and/or treatments, plus an understanding of the cosmetic and beauty market and its consumers.
The course has been developed with the support of the industry and professional bodies. It builds on London College of Fashion's specialist experience of delivering cosmetic science and beauty courses for students aspiring to careers in all aspects of the cosmetic and beauty industry. From Year One students specialize in either Cosmetic Science or Beauty Science.
In the first two years students are introduced to all aspects of developing new cosmetic and toiletries products. They learn the principles and scientific basis of formulation, manufacture and evaluation of cosmetic products whilst acquiring an insight into the nature of the consumer and characteristics of the beauty and cosmetics industry.
This course is an ideal route for students wishing to enter the industry as a formulating scientist, although they will be equipped to pursue a variety of careers in the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Industry. Graduates may decide to follow a career in research and development, product manufacturing, marketing, or technical sales.
It has been developed in collaboration with industry and professional bodies in order to best suit the needs of the profession.
This unique degree is a full-time sandwich course and is the first in the UK to focus on product development for the cosmetic industry. The programme particularly focuses on cosmetic product formulation, including research, development, and marketing. It will provide students with in-depth scientific knowledge to create new products, plus an insight into the nature of the consumer and characteristics of the cosmetics industry. They learn the principles and scientific basis of formulation, manufacture and evaluation of cosmetic products whilst acquiring an insight into the nature of the consumer and characteristics of the Cosmetics, Toiletries and Perfumery Industry.
Subjects studied include:
Relevant aspects of chemistry
Cosmetic raw materials
Product formulation (including skin, hair, dental and decorative products)
Safety and efficacy
Production and distribution
Marketing and market research.
The final year of the course offers the opportunity for students to choose an individual project focused on specific aspects of their studies which suit their aspirations and experience.
This new pathway is aimed at students who wish to pursue a career in senior positions within the beauty industry. Beauty companies work in a complex business environment, where an understanding of market forces and good management skills are essential, but very rarely coupled with relevant technical knowledge and professional skills. This new pathway aims to fill the gap in the existing national educational provision and the beauty industry needs.
The course structure combines a systematic and integrated study of a range of sciences (both pure and applied), therapeutic practices and management. The combination and blending of these elements in such an academic course are unique and offer a graduate a range of career opportunities.
Normally, students complete a placement year in the cosmetic or beauty industry during their course of study, which leads to a Diploma in Industrial Studies, although they may opt for a three year course experience. The Diploma is a University of the Arts London award for a period of industrial placement undertaken after two years of study, in the third year of a four year full time undergraduate degree.
Students develop an appreciation of the practice and culture of the workplace, gaining experience of the pace, discipline and atmosphere of working with industry. The third year is spent in industry, where students have the opportunity to put their knowledge and skills into perspective, acquire 'hands on' experience and develop transferable skills.
Students also have the opportunity to form lasting relationships with their host companies to enhance their prospects of employment after the course. The College can draw upon extensive contacts and offer work placements in the exciting world of the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Industry. Our current students are enjoying placements at Coty International, Quest, Symrise, Fleet Laboratories, Alberto Culver (to mention some in the UK), as well as Noiro (Finland) and Creations Couleurs (France).
The course involves a significant degree of student centered learning through its project-based structure, each student undertaking an individual major project in the final year.
On the Cosmetic Science pathway, graduates may decide to follow a career in research and development or product manufacturing supported by their awareness of the market structure. In addition, graduates may choose a career path in marketing or technical sale.
Graduates of the Beauty Science pathway have options such as working at a highly technical level for cosmetic or equipment companies in areas of marketing, sales, treatment or promotion design, training and education.
Alternatively students will be eligible to apply for postgraduate study.
Prospective students should:
be at least 18 by 1 September in the year of entry
have 2/3 A levels (at least one science subject) or BTEC National Diploma or Higher National Diploma in a related subject
or NVQ/GNVQ level 3 in a related subject
or Cosmetic Science Diploma
or equivalent qualifications
or equivalent professional experience
have IELTS level 6.5 or equivalent if English is not the first language
Preferred subjects at A level or equivalent include Chemistry and/or Biology.
Applications from mature students are welcome.
A Society of Cosmetic Scientists Diploma allows direct entry into the second year of the Cosmetic Science pathway.
Suitably qualified candidates are invited for interview in the spring term.
For further information on the course please contact Communications and Marketing:
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7514 7344
If you are an international student (from outside of the EU), for further information please contact:
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7514 7677
Fax: +44 (0)20 7514 7692
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