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MUMBAI · FASHION & DESIGN COURSES
Upon successful completion, participants will be awarded an Istituto Marangoni Certificate.
Istituto Marangoni Mumbai
Ceejay House, F Block, Shivsagar Estate Dr. Annie Besant Road
Worli, Mumbai 400 018
t. + 91 22 62613100
The Mumbai Fashion & Design Training Centre offers a wide range of courses in the fields of fashion and design, bringing experienced professionals into the classroom to teach and share their knowledge and valuable experience. Trainees enjoy the locations and atmosphere of state of art buildings in the beating heart of these important cities: the premium Ceejay House in Worli, South Mumbai, one of the most high-end luxury residential micro-markets in Asia.
All courses are project-led and teaching is task driven with group activities supported by lectures, workshops and subject specific presentations by leading professionals in the field. If trainees have little or no previous experience, but would like to become familiar with some of the key disciplines in the industry, or in a specific area, they can choose from a variety of study options to suit all preferences. Each course allows trainees to grasp the key principles and notions of their chosen subject, or move onto more intense study schedules, providing experience in the magical worlds of fashion, art or design. Short courses are also offered as the perfect ’taster’ or introductory course, meanwhile executive short courses offer trainees the chance to discover a more advanced level of expertise.
Istituto Marangoni Mumbai offers 10 scholarships for the undergraduate progression programmes and postgraduate executive programmes for talented and deserving students.
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Istituto Marangoni was founded in 1935 in Milano as ‘Istituto Artistico dell’Abbigliamento Marangoni’ and in 2015 it reaches a special milestone, 80 years of history and success in training the top professionals of Fashion and Design.
Istituto Marangoni can praise itself for the education of four generations of students from 5 continents and for having launched over 45,000 professionals in fashion and luxury fields, such as Domenico Dolce, Franco Moschino, Alessandro Sartori, Maurizio Pecoraro, Paula Cademartori, Andrea Pompilio and Lucio Vanotti. It currently educates 4,000 students per year from 107 countries at its schools, located in Milano (the School of Fashion and the School of Design), Firenze (School of Fashion & Art), Paris, London, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Mumbai and Miami, the international capitals of fashion, design and luxury.