In the past few days, Maya has received two university acceptances to study for the European Bachelor of Science in Design/ Bachelor of Arts (Fashion Design), one in Milan and the other in Berlin.
Accademia Del Lusso, Italy
The Accademia Del Lusso in Milan, Italy offers a 3-Year Course in Fashion Design: an international programme that follows the entire process of creating fashion collections, from the first sketches to the final creation. It begins by providing an overview of the evolution of fashion and design and the relationship between fashion and history, society, art, and culture. This provides a foundation upon which students continue to build throughout their career, and which will inform their research and choices when developing creations.
Examining Italian and international case studies is also an important part of the course. Students gain on- and offline trend research techniques, learning to anticipate future trends and to work in line with concept and market demands. Practical workshops teach a range of essential skills such as fashion sketching and drawing, understanding fabrics, tailoring, how to use colour, sizing, using CAD for 2D and 3D pattern-making, and designing fashion prints. Students develop collections for womenswear, menswear, sportswear, knitwear, accessories, childrenswear, underwear, and swimwear.
During the course there is a focus on the importance of sustainable fashion and students learn about eco-friendly materials and production processes, including the respect of human rights in the textile industry. They learn how to successfully market their creations and acquire vital business skills for an enduring career, such as gaining knowledge about the various business types, brand management, and how to set up a business. Final year students have the chance to showcase their creations in a professional standard end-of-year student Fashion Show before an international audience including industry experts, media, and influencers. https://www.accademiadellusso.com
Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Fashion Design at Macromedia University in Berlin is offered in cooperation with Atelier Chardon Savard, Paris. The Atelier Chardon Savard, one of the top fashion design schools in France. The Atelier Chardon Savard conducts the study programme with French flair and know-how from 30 years of experience, and in Berlin, the creative capital of Germany, students are exposed to the city’s unique quirky style, experimentation, and entrepreneurial spirit. Classes take place in the beautiful loft rooms in Kreuzberg, which is a cultural hot-spot teeming with creative people.
Past graduates work for top brands of the fashion world including, Jean Paul Gaultier, Kenzo, Paco Rabanne, and Louis Vuitton. In addition to the intensive contacts of Atelier Chardon Savard with well-known companies in the fashion world, what prepares students for a brilliant career in fashion design is the individual support provided by the lecturers, the study projects, and the intensive teamwork. During their studies, students develop their own collections, which they can present to the public at the annual fashion show.
In the last semester, students complete a practical semester in the fashion industry, ideally opening up a direct entry into professional life. The study programme is offered both in German and in English as an international degree programme. https://www.mhmk-international.org
University of Regina, Canada
Oyinkan has received a second acceptance decision recently. This one is from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada and it is to study for the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Production. The University of Regina is one of Canada’s top fifteen comprehensive universities.
Offered by the Faculty of Film, Media, Art, and Performance, this four-year major involves the study of animation, documentary, digital media and traditional film making.
Students also develop their writing, research, and analytical skills, and focus on the role film and cinema plays in our lives. There is ample room for minors such as Arts Administration, or a double major, so students can add breadth to their program and extra value to their degree.
The degree course at the University of Regina allows students to develop their unique voice in a production medium within a collaborative environment and close-knit community. Additionally, students work alongside faculty from across the university to develop complex responses to art, culture, and technology.
In this program, emphasis is placed on learning how to use technology to stage, design, and operate productions and events. The constant development of teamwork with other artists trains graduates in the practical usage of production techniques in addition to developing their design skills. Students gain skills in company, stage, production management, and performance technology. The course benefits those wanting to improve their career opportunities by learning at a higher level. Core courses also include production processes, performance design technology, media concepts, and stage management.
After completing the program and earning their bachelor’s degree, individuals can find work in a diverse range of careers. One such area is directing. A graduate can also work as a producer. In this position, individuals are responsible for developing an idea, hiring the director, supervising casting, and assembling a crew. Additionally, graduates can work in cinematography, where they are responsible for shooting the film, supervising the camera and lighting departments, and overseeing and approving all aspects of the production. https://www.uregina.ca
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