Preparatory course for fashion and design academies

preparatory fashion design academiesItaly and ‘Made in Italy’: a great and prosperous resource for the Bel Paese! The creative talent that so many are envious of, makes Italy the ideal place to learn the tricks of the trade and trends and be able to refine one’s own tastes.
This course, lasting 4 weeks for a total of 120 lessons and in groups of maximum 5 people, is suited for those who want to get into an Italian Academy of Fashion & Design.

In Florence - where Italian fashion has its origins - this course prepares students to enter the prestigious Polimoda, sponsored by the famous haute couture company Ferragamo, or the European Institute of Design (IED).

To be able to enrol on this course, an intermediate knowledge of Italian is required, equivalent to level B1 of the CEFR.

Starting dates

Preparation Courses for Fashion & Design Academies 2017
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From 28 August to 22 September

Course Facts

DurationCourse N°LessonsParticipantsFees
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4 weeks* 367 120* min. 1 max 5* € 1.280
Course Facts & Notes
  • * Minimum 5 participants = 120 lessons; 4 participants = 95 lessons; 3 participants = 70 lessons in 3 weeks; 2 participants = 43 lessons in 2 weeks; 1 participant = 28 lessons in 2 weeks
  • The preparatory courses are designed for students who wish to attend Italian Fashion and Design Academies. 
  • Level: min. Intermediate B1.
  • A €70 enrollment fee valid for 12 months must be paid for any enrollment.
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Student Opinions

Tamay Bicer

Country: Turkey - Source: Testimonial

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My experience at Scuola Leonardo da Vinci was wonderful. The teachers I worked with and stuff was very kind and helpful. I did a Preparation Course for Accademia delle Belli Arti di Firenze - school of painting. During my stay in Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, I had drawing session of naturmort, some sculpture lessons and life drawing with a model. Besides that i did some copies from masters, like Leonardo and Ribera. After some practice for drawing, I started to work on painting. I tried two techniques: tempera and oil. I really enjoyed working with oil. The program that I did at Scuola Leonardo da Vinci was very personal, based on my natural talents and my weakness too. I had a very effective communication with my teachers so we always focused on my needs to accomplish the exam. At the end of 1.5 month of study, I accomplished the exam, I got accepted to Accademia delle belli arti di Firenze!.

 

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