The first study cycle in Fashion Design is characterized by a pragmatic approach with a wide spectrum of theoretical and practical programmatic contents, which aim to answer the challenges and the needs of the current range of professional territories related to the fashion industry.
Throughout the three curricular years, the interdisciplinarity of the programmatic contents is supported in wider umbrella concepts – namely, identity, function and materialization – which converge towards the development of the following competencies:
Understanding of historical, cultural and economic context of fashion and its possible intersections;
Establishing connections between theory and practice of fashion design;
Applying pragmatic methodologies/strategies in projects;
Strengthening the personal vision of the universe of fashion through the creation of concepts and their materialization in apparel, accessories, figurines and styling;
Capability of interrelation individually and in teams, and of work organization;
Capability of creation and communication of marketing strategies.
National Admission 2023/24
Grade of the last student admitted – 1st phase172.00Grade of the last student admitted – 2nd phase175.00