bachelor degrees 2019-20

industrial design and multimedia

course leader



course leader

Alberto Bassi





admission: limited

> interior design track: 60 places

55 places for EU and EU-equated candidates

5 places for non-EU candidates residing abroad

> product e visual design: 120 places

115 places for EU and EU-equated candidates

5 places for non-EU candidates residing abroad


ministerial degree code

L-4 Disegno industriale



interior design track >>

interior design track >>


product and visual design track >>



studying design in Venice

The three-year course offers the opportunity to study and train in the field of product, system and service design as well as on emerging contemporary topics, such as design with new technologies, individual and social well-being, environmental sustainability and energy, new behaviours and ways of life, and design for social innovation.


the bachelor’s degree in product, visual communication and interior design

This bachelor’s degree provides a thorough response to the needs of the economic and production context and provides the necessary skills to deal with the processes of analysis, research, design, implementation, and those related to communication, distribution, product-service lifecycle management, either as part of a team or independently.

The study programme includes different types of activities, combining design workshops and lectures with seminars, internships and cultural initiatives.

In the design workshops, experience-oriented design activities are carried out under the guidance of some of the most highly qualified professionals at national and international level. Fully equipped computer, photography, modelling and prototyping labs are available to students.

An essential part of the study programme is the internship in manufacturing and service companies, professional studios and organisations or institutions in Italy or abroad. The bachelor’s degree ends with a project-based thesis.



Graduates in design have acquired a critical education and theoretical and practical skills involving the use of research tools. They can continue their studies with master's degrees.

For graduates who decide to enter the labour market, the bachelor’s degree opens up a wide range of possibilities, in particular in technology and R&D departments of manufacturing and service companies, in enterprises involved in exhibition and retail design, and in companies and institutions interested in brand and online communication. They can also work in professional design and consultancy firms operating in the field of product, system and service design, in the world of conventional and multimedia publishing, in communication agencies, in cultural, museum and service institutions in the field of cultural heritage.