THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH
The aim of the Master in Jewelry Design program is to train a new generation of professionals who are able to enter the varied world of jewellery with success. Undeniably, in the last two decades, this world has gone through some deep changes and it is essential to know its different facets.
The designer will have to know how to operate in different sectors with an open view on both creative and technical aspects, and on a broader and strategic vision of the evolution of the market, in order to interpret future scenarios.
It is addressed to those who earned a first-level university degree in subjects related to design and fashion. It is also the right specialisation for experienced professionals and artisans of this field who want to enhance both technical aspects and those related to the market and to the diffusion of the product.
The Master in Jewellery Design program is formulated to strengthen the knowledge in Jewellery Design strategic sectors, giving the opportunity to participants to evolve and be ready to meet different market opportunities. It examines in depth the fine jewellery design focusing on the knowledge of gems and of the market values, as a central theme for the composition of jewels. It deals with methodologies and communication needs of the project in jewellery and watch collections, created for important brands and for large-scale retail trade. It allows the participants to experience the complexity of the productive and functional implications of the product.
This Master’s program is structured so as to acquire a higher education with regard to the three-dimensional design. From a deep knowledge of geometrical lines to the most advanced construction solutions of a jewel through specific software. The Master’s program includes other key aspects such as the knowledge of theories and experiences in the Marketing and Advertising field, to allow a full comprehensive approach and an innovative vision of the Jewel Designer’s role.
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Last updated July 12, 2016