The number of students admitted to the course is limited and enrolment will be possible until all positions are filled.
Duration: 3 years (each academic year lasts 8 months)
Weekly attendance: every day from Monday to Friday
Start date: October
LANGUAGE OF STUDY
Classes will be held in English.
PARTICIPATION FEE (per year)
Registration fee € 500
Course fee € 27.000
Haute Future Fashion Academy offers a wide range of scholarships for deserving or talented students. Scholarships are provided for the following programmes: the Master Course, Short Master Course, Three-year Courses, and One-year Courses and cover (fully or partially) the Registration Fee and the Course Fee.
- Documents required
- Admission Form
- Photocopy of the passport or ID card
- Certificate of high school diploma or equivalent title complete of the grades students have obtained- Foreign students must enclose an official translation in Italian or English together with the original certificate.
- Signed Covering letter (including the scholarship request and indicating the course the candidate is applying for)
- 2 passport-size photos
The application documentation will be examined by an internal commission, the scholarships will be awarded and communicated following the ranking defined by the commission.
For more information please see: Scholarships
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS INFO
Foreign citizens who are from a country that is not part of the European community and intend to remain in Italy for more than 90 days must request an entry visa at the Italian Embassy or Consulate in their country of origin or in the country in which they permanently reside.
For more information please see: Entry Visa
A "codice fiscale" is a unique alphanumeric code allocated to you. These codes are used for both identification and tax purposes throughout Italy.
For more information please see: Fiscal Code
Residence Permits are indispensible for people living in Italy, whether they are attending school or planning to work in Italy. Residence permits for students can be converted into work-related residence permits, and can form the basis for requesting Italian citizenship after having been a resident in Italy for a number of years.
For more information please see: Residence Permits
REGISTERING WITH THE "ANAGRAFE"
Students from EU member states, from Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein who intend to stay in Italy for more than 90 days must register at the local "anagrafe" offices of where they are staying.
For more information please see: Registering with the Anagrafe
Registration in the Italian National Health Service (S.S.N.) ensures foreign nationals, EU or otherwise, access to a level of health care that, by law, is equal to that enjoyed by Italian citizens.
For more information please see: Health Cover
Foreign students studying in Italy can open a current account at any bank or post office. Using a current account to transfer money from abroad costs much less than with Money Transfer Agencies.
For more information please see: Current Account