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This study was conducted to provide the basic data to activate the consigned education of fashion retailing company in the department of fashion design in a junior college. 36 consigned education students from fashion retailing company in Daegu were surveyed and interviewed. The result can be summarized as follows:1. Their motives of study lie in ‘I wanted to study in a junior college’(55.6%), ‘It would be some help for my job’‘My company recommended'(16.7%), and ‘I wanted to get a higher degree’(11.1%).2. Their preferences in terms of major and subjects lie in ‘fashion marketing’ (30.6%), ‘fashion coordination’(25.0%), and ‘fashion information’(19.4%).3. The occupations they wanted to get are ‘a displayer’(38.9%), and ‘a shop master’(30.6%), and ‘a merchandiser’(8.3%). 4. The ratio of theories to practices they want is ‘40:6030:70’(27.8%), ‘50:50' (22.2%), ‘20:80’(11.1%)5. With regard to their adaptability in school, they answered that ‘I'm doing quite well'(44,%), ‘I'm doing OK'‘It' a little hard to follow'(22.2%)6. About teaching methods and contents, they responded that they want ‘more emphasis on practices’(41.7%), and they commented that ‘teachers are focused on the syllabus procedure rather than students' practical improvement’(19.4%), and ‘I feel loaded with too much assignment’(13.9%) 7. They wanted to be taught by ‘professors’(77.8%) and ‘professionals in the field’(19.4%)In conclusion, it is required that both the college and the company need to develop a customized education program focusing on the field training specialized by their cooperation and constant researches. On the part of junior colleges, adjusting their educational directions to the trend of the 21st century, they need to focus on nurturing the consigned students to be highly qualified professionals required by the industry, using hi-tec equipment and facilities through academic and industrial cooperation.