Fashion design professional courses

For over 10 years we have been collaborating with a prestigious international fashion school based in Milan.
Over 15 years of experience

Our
History

By knowing the history of the school, you can understand our spirit and join us. Firstly, Scuola Moda was founded in Cesena in 2007, created by Catia Lorenzini, who is a qualified teacher in the art of modeling and tailoring. The aim of our school is to offer quality training, combined with internships and practical experience. In other words, we constantly collaborate with clothing companies and tailoring workshops. This way, students can approach the job with practical skills and experience.

Corsi Stile

We offer professional training courses for international students, with the possibility of obtaining a study visa by purchasing the full three-year course. Our school is open to welcoming students from all over the world, the program we offer to our international students is based on four aspects.

Covid

Job insertion

Professional training

Furthermore, during the pandemic, student enrollment increased. The courses for pattern maker, fashion design, stylist, CAD-CAM Assyst operator and haute couture are supported by training internships, due to the collaboration with several companies. Depending on student needs, there are possibilities to work in companies located in Milan and Rome. To adequately complete the training, we offer short courses and apprenticeships in Milan to offer the student the chance to meet Milan's teachers. Finally, we also offer the opportunity to participate in their fashion shows.

Internships

To adequately complete the training, we offer short courses and apprenticeships in Milan. Once there, the teachers of the founding institute instruct the students of the school. Finally, we also offer the opportunity to participate in their fashion shows.

International recognition

Furthermore, the various courses offered by Cesena Fashion School takes place in Italy, Cesena. After the courses, diplomas and certificates are issued by the Institute in Milan (see more).

Master

The school, in collaboration with the Jean Monnet Institute, offers postgraduate courses for students who are completing their professional training.

Teaching method

Cesena Fashion School offers professional courses in Fashion and Fashion Design for Stylist, Fashion Designer, Pattern Maker, Tailoring, Fashion Operator (CAD-CAM Assyst). The lessons are held in groups, to allow synergies and contamination of ideas, but the study plan of each student has a highly personalized character. The classrooms are equipped with modern and up-to-date tools to allow students to learn how to use the same equipment that they will find in the world of work once they finish the courses.

Lecturers

Claudia Pasini
Carmen Ursino
Catia Menghi
Giulia Merlini
Carlotta Bellucci