A.Y 2020 Contest- 10 Scholarships Master Product and Fashion Design
Raffles Milano Istituto Moda e Design, one of the most exclusive fashion and design schools in the world, located in the center of Milan, is allocating 10 scholarships for its International Masters in Product Design and Fashion Design starting in February. If you are interested in Fashion Design and Product Design, you can apply till December 15 for the Masters starting in February. The Scholarships will be granted to candidates based on the evaluation of their portfolio. Candidates should send the Application form, Privacy authorization, and a portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org according to the deadline.
Sponsor: Raffles Milano - Istituto Moda e Design
Applicants for this award must meet the following criteria:
|Field Of Study List||Architecture & Design and Fashion|
|Other Criteria||The contest is open to students with an Undergraduate Degree or Bachelors’ Degree and with a non-academic degree or qualification. Even candidates with a working track record in the chosen field of study can participate.|
Host Institution: Raffles Milano Istituto Moda e Design
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Additional information about this award.
|Amount||26.000€ - 19.000€|
|Number of Awards||10|
|Includes||4 scholarships cover 50% of the tuition fee 6 scholarships cover 25% of the tuition fee. Master Fashion Design International Student - 26.000€ (3.000€ Enrollment Fee + 23.000€ Tuition Fee) European Student - 15.000€ (3.000€ Enrollment Fee + 12.000€ Tuition Fee) Master Product Design International Student - 19.000€ (3.000€ Enrollment Fee + 16.000€ Tuition Fee) European Student- 15.000€ (3.000€ Enrollment Fee + 12.000€ Tuition Fee)|
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