Florence, Italy, December 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- For creative people interested in having a high quality education in Fashion or Design field, Italy is the right place to go. The cradle of a modern Design, Italy represented in the last 60 years the synonymous of interesting, new, creative and trendy.
Every year many students from all over the world come to Italy to study the Italian secrets of fashion and design, and the first thing that these students have to learn is the Italian language. The language is the base for every further step that they wish to take during their artistic and professional path.
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is renowned for being interested in helping students to find their own way and taking their needs and wishes as the primary goal of its educational program and courses.
This is why Scuola Leonardo da Vinci in Florence and Milan, decided to activate a specific language and cultural program that will prepare students to face without problems and concerns, their first and hardest year in one of the Italian Art, Fashion and Design Academies such as: NABA, Domus Academy, Istituto Marangoni, Polimoda, Istituto Europeo di Design, etc.
It is not important if students will have to take the entrance exam, if he or she will be requested to elaborate a project or make a presentation (of course everything in Italian), because the Preparatory course for Fashion and Design Academies will train students to be secure and well prepared to face any task or assignment.
The course is designed to be accessible to students with different language levels, form absolute beginners that will take a longer 16 to 24 weeks language preparation course, to those that are already good in Italian and need just to improve and take confidence with the specific terminology that will attend just 4 to 8 weeks course.
Course syllabus in fact is divided in two parts, the first one is mainly focused on language preparation while the last 4 weeks of the course are completely dedicated to specific subjects related to Italian Fashion and Design such as: Language of Fashion, History of Fashion and Design, Italian Art History, Free Hand Design, Italian Fashion Trends, etc.
The school’s teaching staff is highly qualified and experienced in teaching courses and will be able to provide students with the attention and support that they need.