Amber Moore, who is in her third year of her fashion marketing degree, added, "It was really interesting to see the process and what the studios looked like. It helps give us more of an idea of what career opportunities there are once we graduate - I might not have previously put Amazon and fashion together."
Last year, Amazon Imaging created 252,311 images for its e-commerce platform.
Ruth Jacob, Programme leader for Fashion Marketing at UEL, said that it was an important opportunity for students to make industry links and become inspired by different pathways into the industry.
She said, "Opportunities to meet industry partners like Amazon always inspires students and their thinking. It also helps them start to think about different pathways into their chosen careers by giving them a glimpse into the workings of a thriving player in the fashion e-commerce."
The visit was organised by Employer Engagement team at the University of East London which connect employers with our talented students and graduates in order to promote graduate roles, internships, part-time and casual jobs.