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Course objectives: to prepare students in the Italian language, teach them about Italian culture & lifestyle, and provide knowledge of some basic principles of fashion and design. [+]
Course objectives: to prepare students in the English language, introduce them to Made in Italy, and provide them with knowledge of some important elements of the fashion and luxury system. [+]
The Condé Nast Fashion Journalism course is an intensive one-week programme to introduce students to a range of practical skills and essential information on the subject. [+]
The Vogue Intensive Summer Course is a four week programme suitable for students from a wide range of backgrounds, including school leavers and graduates hoping to work in fashion, as well as those [+]
The objective of this course is to enable students to communicate with greater confidence and accuracy in a variety of everyday situations. [+]