master degree

product and visual communication arts

course leader

 

 

course leader

Barbara Pasa

 

language

Italian

 

admission: limited

> communication design: 50 places

48 places for EU and EU-equated applicants

2 places for non-EU candidates residing abroad

> product design: 50 places

48 places for EU and EU-equated applicants

2 places for non-EU candidates residing abroad

> interior design: 50 places

48 places for EU and EU-equated applicants

2 places for non-EU candidates residing abroad

 

ministerial degree code

LM-12 Design

 

 

communication design track >>

communication design track >>

 

interior design track >>

 

product design track >>

 

The master’s degree in product communication and interior design offers the opportunity to experience areas traditionally associated with design, such as private and public space furnishings, installations (e.g. temporary and permanent exhibitions or retail spaces), as well as emerging cutting-edge sectors such as health, individual and social wellbeing, environment, energy, environmental communication, complex narratives and dynamic visual identities.

Design workshops are crucial: their focus depends on the track of reference, but all share systemic design approaches integrated with technical skills from the engineering and computer science and theoretical skills from the humanities and social sciences

Designers will be able to develop a product, a service, a graphic tool, an interior design project by dealing with all activities involved in the process, prioritising the technical-functional and qualitative needs of the final users.

Students are qualified to work immediately after graduation, thanks to internship experience in enterprises, studios, agencies, fab labs, institutions in Italy or abroad.

 

careers

Graduates can work as self-employed professionals or in organisations and professional firms, manufacturing and service enterprises, study and research centres and public administrations, specialised publishing houses, documentation centres and archives, and organisations in the field of cultural events production. They can also continue their studies with a PhD.

Three years after graduation, around 90% of graduates are employed, also following post-graduate internships.