Three Reasons to Reserve Your Spot in the Class of 2021 Right Now
posted by Kristina Ortiz, Dean of Admissions
Listen, we can talk for hours and hours about why LIM is the best college on earth for the business in fashion. We’re in the biggest, most fashionable city on the planet. Our students land jobs with the industry’s fashion elite. We’ve got some of the most successful and talented faculty in the business. And if you’re making a decision right now about which school you want to go to, and LIM is among your options, that means you’ve been chosen by one of the fiercest fashion-business schools on the market.
We have an Open House scheduled on May 13 to give you another opportunity to see for yourself how awesome it is at LIM and an Information Session on April 28, May 2, 3, and 5. We’ve also got three reasons why you should reserve your spot in our Class of 2021. Right. Now.
1. You can start dreaming of your first internship and networking with other accepted students. We literally have a fully loaded database full of internship and job opportunities. Some of our students have done work with Kate Spade, Saks Fifth Avenue, Urban Outfitters, Michael Kors, Gucci, Tommy Hilfiger, and just way more here than you (or we) can count. And at our event for accepted students, think about how much fun it will be to meet your future classmates.
2. You'll have time to get to know NYC. As an LIM student, you'll be in the center of one of the most incredible cities in the world. Check out New York Magazine for the best restaurants, boutiques, and coffee shops in Midtown Manhattan. Get learning the subways so you can easily navigate the city when you arrive (and show off to all your friends when they come visit). Google Maps? You’ll hardly need it.
3. Because you’ve always loved fashion, and now you’re about to make it your life’s work. This is the most exciting decision you’ve ever made: You’ve always known your obsession with fashion mags wasn’t just some superficial pastime. You’ve heard the call. It’s time to answer it.
Topics: Accepted Students