The Accademia Costume & Moda has both a long tradition and experience in training and education within the Costume and Fashion fields, qualifying itself as an centre of excellence in learning thanks to its educational offer and approach to teaching and learning. Its alumni are successful and accomplished designers and fashion professionals working within a huge variety of areas within the Fashion System or working as Costume Designers for important productions both at both national and international levels.
The Bachelor of Arts in Costume & Fashion, is probably the only Diploma in the word that combines equally Fashion and Costume subject areas within the same educational path. Every discipline supports the student to develop drawing, design and technical competences, thanks to an approach which is linked to design and product through culture, experimentation and laboratory.
The objective is to place the student in the industry at the end of the curricular path: this is achieved by letting her/him build, acknowledge and consolidate a unique identity linked to creativity. The inspiration process and creativity must be continuously stimulated and backed by culture and knowledge, which are fostered by curiosity, and of course by disciplines as history of fashion, art, cinema and theatre.
The Bachelor of Arts in Costume and Fashion is for those wo have completed a Secondary High School Diploma or equivalent, achieved either nationally or internationally and who are willing to start a career in Costume, Fashion or Accessories.
Due to demand and in order to maintain a high level of quality, course has a limited number of places. To be admitted are necessary an entry portfolio, a motivational letter and a motivational interview.
The course duration is three academic years and attendance is mandatory from Monday to Friday however to be accepted at the final assessments students must have at least 80% proven attendance.
The educational path is organized and split into a variety of main subject areas and assessment will be held in three main sessions (June/July; September/October and February). The course ends with the discussion of a final dissertation at the end of the third and last Academic year.
Due to demand and a closed number of places available (to maintain the quality of tuition) to gain access to the course it is required the successful completion of our admission assessment, both in cultural and technical-artistic topics. Please refer to our Admission page for all of the details.
Admission Tests for 2020-2021 Academic Year are:
Wednesday March 18th 2020 - on remote
- Tuesday April 07th 2020 - on remote
- Wednesday May 20th 2020
- Thursday July 09th 2020
- Wednesday July 22nd 2020
- Tuesday September 08th 2020*
- Tuesday September 22nd 2020*
Dates may vary due to organizational and didactic needs.
Saturday February, 15th 2020 Saturday March, 07th 2020 Cancelled
- Saturday April, 18th 2020 - Online Day
- Saturday May, 16th 2020 - Online Day
- Tuesday July, 14th 2020
- Saturday September, 12th 2020