Application Deadline: 23/10/23 at 9:00 am
Opportunity type: Academic-led trips
Faculty: Art, Design and Humanities
Departure Date: 08/04/24
Return Date: 12/04/24
£400: the estimated cost for travel and accommodation (excluding any support). Students will also be required to pay for: UK and in-country transfers, visits, food and drink, visa (if applicable))
DMU Global Bursary: £150
Accommodation: Shared rooms will be provided in a hostel/hotel
Travel: Travel booked by DMU (students travel as a group)
General Enquiries: Global Mobility Office - email@example.com
Trip Lead: Fiona Bailey - firstname.lastname@example.org
How to pay
Payment details: Students will be required to pay £250 as a contribution towards the cost of travel, accommodation and transfers (if included) after being offered a place on the trip. The DMU Global bursary will be deducted directly from the overall cost of the booking.
Second year Fashion Buying students are eligible to apply for this trip. There is a maximum of 30 places available, with a minimum of 15 participants required for this opportunity to take place. Students are recommended to check the eligibility criteria before applying.
The fashion buying in Amsterdam trip gives students an exciting opportunity to spend 5-days visiting brand head office’s, experience Kingpins Show, the Amsterdam Fashion Academy, visit the Sustainable Fashion Museum and sample the unique culture of Amsterdam.
There will be organised tours of several well known fashion brand head offices, including Asics, Adidas, G-Star and Tommy Hilfiger where participants will meet members of the team and see first-hand how brand operations work (subject to staff availability).
The estimated total cost for travel and accommodation for this trip to Amsterdam is £400. Students will be expected to pay £250, as the £150 DMU Global bursary will be deducted from the total.
Participating in a DMU Global opportunity can help you develop a range of employability skills and competencies that enhance your studies. The objectives of this trip to Amsterdam are:
Before the trip, students will be expected to research Kingpins, the Fashion For Good Museum of Sustainability and will be given activities to research the brands where the students will be visiting.
Amsterdam offers a rich and varied culture and there are many experiences students may want to engage with, such as the Anne Frank House, canal boat cruise, hire bikes and explore the city, visit the Albert Cuyp market and the many museums such as the Moco museum, Van Gogh museum, Rijksmuseum and the upside down museum.