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Master a craft in the three world fashion capitals: London, Paris, Milano or Firenze
fashion degree studies
Every year, over four thousand students representing 106 different nationalities meet at Istituto Marangoni to pursue one common dream: a career in fashion. The School is trusted by the most important members of the fashion industry and recognised across the academic world.
The School was founded in Milano in 1935 by the tailor Giulio Marangoni, and has schools in Firenze, Paris, London, Mumbai, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Miami.
international study experience
Istituto Marangoni International Study Centre provides a tailor-made university preparation programme for international students hoping to enter the fashion industry.
Following completion of the Foundation Year in London, and achieving the required grades, students have the option to progress to one of a wide range of undergraduate courses in the fields of fashion design, styling or business.
the next generation of fashion industry professionals
Istituto Marangoni’s solid reputation spans the fashion and academic worlds. The companies enriched by the School’s graduates include Calvin Klein, Mulberry, Stella McCartney and Vivienne Westwood. It has also forged partnerships with leading international institutions, including Manchester Metropolitan University.
* Participants who successfully complete the programmes ‘AFAM’ taught in Milano will be awarded the Diploma Accademico di I Livello. Recognised by the Italian Ministry of Education as an academic diploma equivalent to a university undergraduate level degree, students will obtain 180 CFA (crediti formativi accademici) equivalent to 180 ECTS credits.
**Participants who successfully complete the programmes taught in English in London and Paris will be awarded a BA (Hons) degree by Manchester Metropolitan University-UK; 120 credit points must be earned for each year of study in order for an honours degree to be awarded, so students will obtain 360 credits upon successful completion of the three-year course. Participants on the four-year sandwich course will receive 120 practice credits for the additional year.