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For all those who are interested in studying Fashion and latest trends Milan is the best place to go. It has all the good training institutions which provide good quality education at a reasonable cost. University of Milan and Polytechnic University of Milan are some of the well-known universities.
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In order to access the degree course in Fashion and Desing, it is necessary to have a diploma of secondary education or other qualification obtained abroad, legally recognized. A set of specific knowledge is not required. [+]
The Design Management Degree Program combines the concepts of design and management in a holistic way. Here design is not to be understood as artistic work, but rather as a fundamental way of design thinking and innovation in a managerial and leadership context. [+]
The purpose of the three-year course in Fashion Communication and New Media is to train professionals to ‘communicate’ fashion and luxury through existing media and new media, responding to the new demands of global fashion. [+]
The purpose of the three-year course in Fashion Communication and New Media is to train professionals to ‘communicate’ fashion and luxury through existing media and new media, responding to the new demands of global fashion. The three-year course explores the basics of fashion communication by looking at historical and traditional examples before moving onto more recent expressions of the captivating magic of fashion and luxury in videos, websites and through social networks. The ability to convey emotions through the use of images is the foundation of the skills of fashion communicators. Participants will be trained in order to prepare them for an industry where the visual language of appearance has always been key in the narrative. Great attention will be paid to developing the ability to filter ideas using tools from social observation and semiotics. Several research initiatives, both personal and professional, will help the participant deepen their understanding of the topics covered in the three-year course, with the goal of providing them with all the tools necessary to communicate the values of a brand, a fashion designer, a collection, a world of ‘values’ with a unique and differentiating style. The course will also enable future professionals to use all the newest forms of visual communication, including video and new media, without losing the essential focus that comes from the necessary rigor of conventional editorial. The fashion communication professional is the one who narrates this universe and at the same time participates in the definition and dissemination of fashion ‘trends’ as inspiring ideas not only in the field of clothing but also in the world of textiles and accessories. Their narrative is part of the extensive analysis of style and puts fashion in connection with art, cinema, music, design, marketing and society. They know how to find the time, ways and forms to create the buzz necessary to increase brand awareness, to intercept needs and aesthetic redundancies, while always respecting the brand image and the constraints of the budget assigned. In short, the fashion communication professional is someone who combines managerial rigor with creativity and poetry. In the contemporary world, where fashion is omnipresent and information overwhelms us, the success of a brand and a collection cannot come about without the effective management of communication. The new media & communications professional is the key figure of the future. Through their insights and ability to present and communicate to an audience eager for novelty and demanding at the same time, this professional can determine the success of a company, a newspaper or a media outlet by amplifying brand equity.... [-]
The course starts with the study of contemporary consumer market realities and their communication through visual language and storytelling, which... [+]
The course in accessories teaches students how to become accessory designers. During the three-year course those participating will develop their... [+]
The aim of the three-year course in Product Design is to harness and nurture the creative talent of applicants in the areas of design, 3D development... [+]
The aim of the three year course in Interior Design is to generate professional figures who are able to apply skills in interpreting and developing... [+]
This interdisciplinary programme gives you the tools to master the whole spectrum of visual communication as an all-rounder with specific subject knowledge. The duration of the study programme is 7 semesters, including one semester abroad and one in a company of your choice. As a student you will participate in several design competitions and work on projects for companies. [+]
Does good design function the same in every country? What should be considered when designing international advertising campaigns? Do aesthetic qualities change at the borders? In the English-language Bachelor programme in Media and Communication Design, students learn to deal with these issues.
Designers are increasingly challenged to think and work with an international mindset. Against the backdrop of global design challenges, you will learn the entire spectrum of visual communication and test yourself in the areas of image editing, typography, layout, or screen and interface design. Your own personal interests can shape your project work accordingly. Through the English-language teaching and the international orientation of the curriculum, you will meet the qualifications for a professional position in the international field of design. You will be needed everywhere where an international design perspective is required - both in Germany and abroad.... [-]
In the digital media world, design involves a broad and exciting array of tasks. The demands faced by designers are complex and at the same time fascinating, since the variety of media and the high volume of information require not only a steady stream of new ideas and creativity, but also clear conceptual thinking and process-led working methods. [+]
Using cross-media media channels, multi-layered content must be transformed into visual images and stories, in a way that appeals to the emotions of users and recipients and conveys the message clearly. Curiosity, openness and fresh ideas are the hallmarks of a good media designer, as well as artistic creativity and visual imagination. And the willingness to think through all facets of the set task, and to develop conceptual solutions, before beginning the design. Lateral thinking is required, especially in cross-media projects.The interdisciplinary programme of the Media and Communication Design course gives you the tools to master the whole spectrum of visual communication as an all-rounder with specific subject knowledge.Our fields of study - animation, game design and media design - offer you the chance to focus during your studies on whatever interests you the most personally. During your studies, theoretical/methodological knowledge is combined with in-depth technical production know-how and practical applications, using real tasks in graphic design. In principle this means that the whole media economy is open to you at the end of your studies. The university is not just one of many possible places to learn. Practical exercises, an intensive exchange of ideas with real industry professionals, and authentic teaching projects are as important to us as the teaching of theoretical principles. This is what students really appreciate about MHMK.... [-]