SUPERIOR ART DEGREE TEACHING
DEGREE IN FASHION DESIGN
These courses of study comply with the requirements of the European Higher Education Area and are managed by the Department of Education of the Junta of Castile-Leon.
They are Superior Degree Courses, at the same level as university studies and qualifications although they are taught at Schools of Art and Design rather than at university.
Purpose of the studies
Qualify students as future interdisciplinary designers, with a specialization in Fashion Design. Train them as professionals able to master scientific, humanist, technological and artistic disciplines and in the methods and procedures associated with such knowledge; prepare them to generate values with artistic, cultural, social and environmental meaning, in response to the social and technological changes that are taking place around them.
The aim is to train professionals who will be able to find the best solutions to problems involving design, stylism and research. People who will keep themselves permanently updated and fully informed about creative and technical developments that respond to market needs and tendencies.
Firms and Design Studios: designer, costume and set designer, layout and photography stylist, drafter flat drawing.
Tendency agencies: coolhunting.
Costume and Set Design: cinema, theatre, series…
Teaching and research in the field of Design.
Title: Graduate in Fashion Design
The studies are structured over four academic years.
Total 240 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) Credits, 60 ECTS credits per course, which include:
Practical and theoretical training
External practice (12 ECTS).
End-of-course project (18 ECTS).
Our study plan may be downloaded from:
|STUDY PLAN – DEGREE IN FASHION DESIGN|
Hold a Bachillerato (upper secondary studies) or equivalent, or a pass in the University access exams for mature students (over 25 years old).
Students over nineteen years old with no qualification should have passed a maturity test in relation to the objectives of the Bachillerato (upper secondary exams).
In any event, it will also be necessary to pass a general admission test in which the knowledge, abilities and aptitudes needed for the successful completion of these studies will be assessed.
Students holding the qualification Técnico Superior de Artes Plásticas y Diseño [Superior Technician in Plastic Arts and Design] may gain direct admission to the course.
GENERAL ADMISSION TEST
Analysis and commentary of a text in the field of design and plastic arts in the contemporary world.
Representation of a tridimensional model through the application of techniques and languages of artistic drawing.
Completion of a freestyle colour composition exercise, based on freestyle interpretation of the model proposed by the Panel.
ADMISSION AND MATRICULATION
Of the 100 places on offer, 25 are reserved for direct access students. The award of these places depends on the average grade in the portfolio of work presented when applying for admission to the school.
Places that are not covered by this system will be added to those for test-based admission.
From among the students admitted onto the course following the test, priority will be given to those that pass the general admission test set for this course by the Junta of Castile-Leon, in accordance with their final grades, ranked from high to low.
The remainder of the vacant places will be awarded to candidates that have passed the general admission test in other autonomous regions during the relevant academic year.
GRANTS AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
The Junta de Castilla y León (Regional Government of Castile-Leon) organizes two lines of financial assistance each year, supplementing those organized by the Ministry of Education for students on these academic courses:
Financial assistance for enrolment fees.
Financial assistance for residency and transport expenditure.
Financial assistance to complement Erasmus programme grants.
IN ADDITION, WE OFFER
The School has international mobility projects for both teaching staff and students: Erasmus, Leonardo and Comenius
MASTER’S IN THE TEACHING OF ART
Having obtained a Graduate degree it is possible to follow a Master’s in the Teaching of Art or Doctoral studies in collaboration with a University.
The Master’s Course has between 60 and 120 credits (theoretical and practical training) and an end-of-course Master’s project (between 6 and 30 credits).
The School offers enterFASHION open days on an annual basis, in which the visitor is brought closer to the professional world of Fashion in an academic setting.
Technologically well-equipped workshops and laboratories available to students.
Classrooms equipped with new information and communication technologies.
Library service with a specialized catalogue for Art and Design.
Partnerships with institutions and firms related to design and the textile sector.
An appointment with the Castilla-Leon Fashion Show: support for participation at the Castilla-Leon Fashion Week so that scholarship students can study at the Instituto Marangoni and so that they can gain experience in the professional world of the fashion show.