This $20,000 scholarship will fast-track your fashion design career in 2019

Jan 10 2019, 5:53 am

If you’ve ever thought about pursuing a career in fashion design, 2019 is your year to start. Fashion is a global industry and a competitive industry. It is important to gain the right mentorship, guidance and certifications.

The Cut Fashion Design Academy, founded by Vancouverite Liza Deyrmenjian, is committed to inspiring, educating, and creating true fashion professionals through their rigorous programs and learner-centered environment.


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Liza, who has had extensive experience in the fashion industry, including 12 years in New York City working with fashion designers, prides herself on her unique methods and networking she brings to The Cut Fashion Design Academy.

“I started my first fashion business when I was 19 years old, turning a tiny studio into a 9000 square foot factory with 50 employees within five years,” she says of her humble beginnings.

She emphasizes the importance of keeping classes at the Academy to a maximum of six students, saying that the very intensive programs allow for one on one training. With plenty of lab training hours (60% of the program), and the opportunity to learn in a working environment, where established brands (including Herschel) product develop and produce, students will be able to learn an immeasurable amount about the fashion industry in a short time.


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“At The Cut Fashion Design Academy, we are dedicated to providing the skills and experience that will help students find their place in the world of fashion,” she says.

An important part of The Cut Fashion Design Academy is an opportunity for networking with special guests brought in from around the world to not only speak to students but to lead weekend workshops with them.

The Cut Fashion Design Academy offers full-time, part-time, and summer intensive programs — with scholarship options available for full-time programs. The program intake dates are May, September, and January, with summer intensives beginning in July 2019.

This year, the school will be offering up to $20,000 in scholarships for their new Fashion Design and Creative Arts Diploma program with Cooperative (paid) work experience, as well as scholarships of up to $5,000 for their Full-Time Certificates, so there is no time like the present to pursue your fashion design dreams!

Visit their website for more information about available programs, and how to enrol.

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