LIM College: Fashion Merchandising, Marketing, Visual Studies, Management, Fashion Media, International Business, the Business of Fashion
New York, New York
Fashion Merchandising

The Fashion Merchandising program at LIM College focuses on the business side of fashion to prepare its students for careers in the industry.  Students receive relevant, practical, hands-on experience with field trips, internships, and guest lectures.  The program includes professional fashion courses as well as liberal arts and business courses to provide a well-rounded educational background.

What fashion related programs and degrees does LIM College offer?

As of 2019, LIM College offers the following degrees:

  • BBA, BPS, AAS, AOS Fashion Merchandising
  • BBA, MPS Business of Fashion
  • BBA Marketing
  • BBA Visual Studies
  • BBA Management
  • BS Fashion Media
  • BS International Business
  • MPS Fashion Merchandising & Retail Management
  • MPS Fashion Marketing
  • MPS Global Fashion Supply Chain Management

What’s the school’s contact information?

LIM College
12 E. 53rd St.
New York, NY 10022
Phone: 1-800-677-1323
Email: [email protected]


Type of School? Private

How much is tuition?
Annual tuition: $26,210
Room & Board: $16,350

What’s the typical student profile?
LIM College total undergraduate students: 1,438
Fashion program students: 1,438 (on campus)

What are the requirements to enter program?

Undergraduate: Completed application and $40 application fee, HS diploma and transcript, letter of recommendation, essay

How long does it take to complete program?

It usually takes four years to complete a BPS, BBA or BS degree, two years to complete an associate degree and one year to complete an MPS program.

How many faculty members does LIM College’s Fashion program have?
Faculty members: 230

What career placement services does LIM College provide?

Students are required to complete an internship in the freshman, sophomore, and senior years, where they are often with top companies. Study abroad opportunities are available in cities around the world, either for an entire semester or for as short as 10 days.

All data is as of 2018.