Master in Technical Drawing for Fashion - Milan


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Program Description


Creating a clear technical drawing can streamline and improve the pattern development process.

Through this technical drawing for fashion master’s course, you will acquire both competences through extensive training that embraces planning-expressive and technical operational methods, for menswear, womenswear, and childrenswear.

To enroll, you need to have a Bachelor’s Degree, or other qualifications in fashion, design, liberal arts or equivalent titles.

Your Academic Journey

Things you will learn

During this one-year course, you will study the history and techniques of technical drawing, acquiring practical and historical notions to build a thorough set of skills.


  • Planning and Technical Drawing
  • Techniques for Digital Modeling
  • Graphic design
  • Tailored Techniques for Costume
  • Culture of Clothing Material
  • History of Art Techniques
  • Logic and enterprise organization

Final Exam

The final exam is structured in two parts, consisting of a written thesis to present the theoretical topics and a practical exam.


You will complete your training with a work experience offered by one of our partner companies.

Your future after the Academy

You will acquire specific professional skills related to CAD design, helping you follow the whole production process. Having a full set of practical skills, you will be able to launch your own business or support business management and foresee fashion trends for menswear, womenswear, and childrenswear.

Benefits for students

INPS provides scholarships for public employees children with full coverage of the cost of the master.

In addition, Accademia della Moda provides, for all, 10 scholarships to cover partial enrolment (from 40% to 70% of the total), which will be allocated on the basis of income and merit.

Last updated April 2019

About the School

Our Academy was born in the Sixties, from an idea of the Neapolitan tailor Domenico Lettieri.

Our Academy was born in the Sixties, from an idea of the Neapolitan tailor Domenico Lettieri. Read less
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