Culture, Design and Craftmanship linked to a laboratorial approach are the key points of the School’s educational mission
The Accademia Costume & Moda releases Academic titles equal to Undergraduate Programs (180 credits) and Master’s Degrees Programs (60 credits), and attendance certificates for its Post Graduate, Intensive and Summer School Programs.
The Careers and Placement department of the Accademia works closely with the Industry to create internship and job opportunities for its students
There is a high placement ratio, given the strong track record that the School has and which is driven on a yearly basis by the merits of our alumni.
The BEA consists of more than 4,500 monographs and about 5,000 magazine issues.
About Masters in Creative Knitwear Design
The course will be taught both in Italian and English and classes will be held at Accademia Costume & Moda as well as at MISS DEANNA’s historic headquarters in the town of SAN MARTINO IN RIO (Reggio Emilia).
The tailor made course comprises of on-site lessons with the main tutors, while the visiting and special projects tutors will be on hand to help to support students with their personal projects and to guide their progress towards personal and professional growth. The course places great emphasis on collaborations with prestigious partner companies, these are a crucial element of the course. Therefore, students will be required to take part in external visits to these facilities in order to become familiar with and learn about the most technologically advanced knitwear manufacturing process
At the end of the curricular path, Undergraduate and Master, our Careers & Placement Office supports the students to find jobs, monitoring the needs of companies and seeking the right profiles among recent graduates. Students are assisted throughout, from portfolio development, right up to the results of the interviews.
The Accademia has ongoing links with the professional world, many renowned figures in the Fashion and Costume Design sector are former students, who come back to their alma mater to find new, young talents.
The average placement ratio for the last 5 academic years has been around 85% of the total student population.