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Istituto Marangoni, teaches fashion design, product design and interior architecture at campuses in Italy, France, England, America and China. Istituto Marangoni was established in Milan, Italy, in 1935 by Giulio Marangoni, the leading fashion designer of the Italian aristocracy, to train specialists who produce fashion and interior architecture, as well as product and accessory designs.
Since 1935, Istituto Artistico dell'Abbigliamento Marangoni has been training the best professionals for the design world. Leaving 85 years behind as an Italian institute, Istituto Marangoni is now the best, largest and most powerful design school in the world. It has a multinational and multicultural structure with students from 106 countries. Very successful designers who are inspired by a wide variety of local cultures graduate from this institute, where religion, belief, race and many cultures coexist in harmony.
Almost all the famous designers of the world graduated from this school or teach here. Domenico Dolce, founder of Dolce & Gabbana, Franco Moschino, owner of Moschino, Stefano Guerriero, Alessandro De Benetti, Camila Perez & Frederic Morien, Maurizio Pecoraro, Rafael Lopez, Coen Park (Armani), Jennifer Prada, Sara Burke (Donna Karan) Top designers like Lee Hyun Wook (Versace), Claudia Cetti (Dolce&Gabbana), Tania Pecikoza (Valentino), Eva Salla (Diesel), Roberta Raeli are graduates of Istituto Marangoni. It is known that many participants who came to study at Istituto Marangoni and graduated with success were recruited by well-known companies such as Moschino, Dolce and Facchinetti during their graduation.
The training staff are the most professional and branded industry leaders in their field. Its staff is very wide and it offers a serious and relevant education with 1 teacher to almost 10 students. Istituto Marangoni is a very large school with 4 countries, 7 schools, 106 nationalities and a total of about 4000 students.
Undergraduate Programs (3 years)
Students can generally stay in three types of accommodation. These are homestay accommodation, student accommodation and residence accommodation. In homestays, students stay with local families in half-board accommodation, which includes breakfast and dinner.
In student houses, it is the type of accommodation arranged as the sharing of the large houses held by the school by the students. Meals are usually not included in this accommodation and students prepare their own meals.
In residence accommodation, the person stays alone or with a friend. It can be expensive compared to other accommodation options. In this accommodation option, students take care of their meals themselves.