|Annual tuition (EEA)||1,000 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||1,000 EUR|
The Masters Programme in Fashion (LM-65) prepares students for high-level responsibilities in the world of fashion, as well as its relations with figurative arts, communications and entertainment, or for independent careers in the fashion industry and a wide range of related fields.
Students acquire skills and specialist knowledge related to the development of the fashion industry, both historically and as an on-going trend, with special attention to cultural, symbolic and economic/financial factors, as well as the entrepreneurial and management skills necessary to work in this field.
The Master programme uses interdisciplinary teachings involving scholars from several disciplines, including humanities, social sciences, marketing, and technical and management disciplines. Strong professional connections in the field of fashion provide students with insight into today’s world of fashion
The Master is organized in 4 semesters (2 years) and provides students with mandatory and optional courses. There are only two compulsory courses, during the first year (I semester). In each semester (and year) students are given the chance to choose between a number of selective courses within specific disciplines groups.
In this way students are given a relevant freedom to specialise their learning. Lessons are concentrated in three semesters; the last one is dedicated to the final thesis, internship experiences and Erasmus mobility. The programme provide students with more opportunities of seminars, workshops, events and hosts international scholars for special lectures about fashion.