Education is of huge importance to Condé Nast as a company. We have a number of academic institutions around the globe, teaching a range of disciplines.
Journalism, design and digital innovation are our core areas of focus, across the industries of fashion, beauty and food.
Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design London
Based in London’s Soho, the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design provides an education across numerous areas including styling, journalism, marketing, branding, graphic design, PR and digital strategy.
The college offers outstanding facilities and access to top industry experts, including the teams at Vogue, Love, Glamour and GQ. Degrees and courses offered include MAs in Fashion Media Practice and Entrepreneurship: Fashion & Creative Industries, a BA in Fashion Communication and the Vogue Fashion Certificate.
The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design gives students insight into the fashion and creative industries and access to a network of leaders in the field including editors, designers and entrepreneurs.
The Condé Nast College Spain, based in Madrid, offers courses in styling, journalism, events and interiors, taught in Spanish.
With Masters in Fashion and Beauty Communication, run in partnership with University Carlos III, and Diplomas in Styling and Fashion Production or Fashion Journalism, the institution offers pupils a myriad of avenues to explore their creativity.
Additionally, the Condé Nast College runs the Vogue Summer School, a roster of short, intensive courses, tackling Fashion Business, Social Networks and Styling, to name a few.
All students are given access to experts in their respective fields, who provide real-world insight into the workforce.
The first of its kind, the Condé Nast Social Academy, founded by Condé Nast Italy in 2017, is an influencer incubator designed to provide training in the world of social media for content creators, companies and professionals.
With courses spanning styling, art direction, content strategy, marketing and photography, the academy gives students access to leaders from relevant industries and a chance to learn, refine and build on their skill set.
Supported by the SDA Bocconi School of Management, the Condé Nast Social Academy is helping to define the future of the social media space.
An authoritative voice on Italian food and hospitality, La Cucina Italiana has expanded its print and digital offering to include a cooking school, or La Scuola. Offering courses for beginners, children and corporate functions in pasta and pastry making, deserts, seafood and more, the school is a natural extension of the brand, founded in 1929. The La Cucina Cooking School was founded in 1987 and is based in the Condé Nast Italy office in Piazzale Cadorna, Milan.
Left image credit: Riccardo Lettieri for La Cucina Italiana