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LIM College and MOTIF Take Fashion Education to the Next Level with Online Courses for Professionals Worldwide

The first three LIM College courses launching exclusively on MOTIF will cover supply chain, sustainability, and advanced spreadsheet analytics.

Hong Kong – August 12th, 2020 – Leading global fashion e-learning platform MOTIF and New York City’s LIM College are partnering to launch a series of online fashion business courses.

The collaboration will deliver LIM educational material to a global professional audience, including apparel and retail corporate training programs. The first LIM online course on supply chain will be released at the end of August 2020, followed by a course on sustainability, and advanced spreadsheet analytics for fashion professionals seeking to upgrade or expand their skill sets.

Courses are 4-6 weeks in length (for 1.5-2 hours per day) and cost between $290 – $525 USD each. All instruction will be delivered asynchronously – meaning participants can start a course any time they like and complete it on their own time.

MOTIF – an e-learning platform that offers advisory, course creation services as well as a community-based marketplace for professional training material – is supporting the development of LIM courses on the Motif.org platform. LIM instructors will have access to MOTIF’s newly released course authoring tools and source advisory services, which are built for instructors, universities and companies to self-publish. LIM College will be the first higher education publisher on MOTIF.

“We started MOTIF with the aim of connecting apparel professionals around the world with the skills and industry expertise they need to transform their business, lives and careers,” explains Catherine Cole, CEO of MOTIF. “Today, we are taking it a step further through our upcoming e-learning courses with LIM College. Their addition to Motif.org is our first foray beyond apparel courses. The new course catalog extends our online training offerings for fashion, apparel and footwear professionals,” she says.

Located in New York City, LIM College is focused exclusively on the study of business and fashion. Says President Elizabeth S. Marcuse, “LIM College has been at the forefront of educating fashion’s future business leaders since 1939, fostering a unique connection between academic study and its application in the workplace. We chose to partner with MOTIF because their commitment to advancing the innovation, technical intelligence, and practical skills needed to succeed in the fashion world uniquely aligns with the education LIM provides.”

To learn more about LIM College’s new online courses on Motif.org, please click here. 

About LIM College

Based in New York City – the heart of the global fashion industry – LIM offers both online and on-campus associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs in a variety of fashion-focused majors. Classes are taught by industry professionals and veterans who are experts in their fields. Areas of study include Fashion Marketing, Fashion Merchandising & Retail Management, Global Fashion Supply Chain Management, International Business, Visual Studies, and Fashion Media. With over 800 industry partners, and a community of alumni with thriving careers in every aspect of fashion and its related fields, LIM College is recognized worldwide for its specialized and immersive approach to fashion education. Its online degree offerings were included in U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of 2020’s “Best Online Graduate Business Programs” and “Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs,” and in 2019 LIM was named as one of “The Best Fashion Schools in the World” by the BoF (Business of Fashion). www.limcollege.edu

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