At which university in Italy can I study interior design?

5 August, 2021 Thomas Kazmierczak 5

Answers (5):

    7 August, 2021

    Your best bet for an interior design program would be at the Politecnico di Milano, which established the first Italian school of design in 1954. The school has 2 schools - one located in Milan and one in Turin, and offers degrees from bachelor to PhD level. Main disciplines covered are Architecture, Design, Restoration & Conservation, Sciences Applied to Design. The Arts Course is split into 5 concentrations - Architecture (Bachelor), Urban Planning (Master), Interiors Design Management (Master), Industrial Product Design Engineering (Doctoral) and Interior Architecture Civic Heritage Protection & Cultural Heritage Management Science Degree Programmes).

    7 August, 2021

    An overview of interior design in Italy says that there are many opportunities for students to pursue their education, but the college must offer a specific program in Interior Design. There are universities with this program and those which have an architecture degree, where one can take classes pertinent to the discipline.
    Students need to be aware of three main obstacles which may prevent them from studying in Italy: making sure they can speak Italian fluently; that they meet all entrance standards for any university they choose; and finally having enough time to go back home should they not get into a school in Italy after an application season's consideration. If these requirements are met and accepted by the student then there is much opportunity ahead of them.

    7 August, 2021

    There are a number of schools in Italy that offer design degrees. The University for Design in Milan offers a 3-year undergraduate degree, plus an additional 4-year postgraduate specialization. The coursework consists of design courses on furniture, lighting and space coordination, together with elective courses, such as fashion studies or handicrafts. But it is not just about the time spent in the studio - students also have to spend one semester living abroad in New York or London and then complete an internship which lasts between 12 to 18 months at different Italian companies all over the country.

    7 August, 2021

    The best Italian university for interior design is the Politecnico di Milano. The Politecnico, established by king Charles Albert of Savoy in 1859, hosts a four-year degree in interior and environmental design. A student's final examination receives an “Esito Collegiato” upon completion of a four-year undergraduate curriculum (120 credit hours) divided into six semesters, all leading to both a diploma from the university as well as a Bachelor's Degree with Honours granted by École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne - EPFL.

    7 August, 2021

    You can study Interior Design at the University of Ferrara. I think you may be referring to either architecture or industrial design, because interior design is usually taught as a subset of those disciplines. I cannot tell which discipline you are interested in, so I would recommend looking for an engineering school that offers degrees in architecture, industrial design, and/or interior design. The University of Ferrara teaches these disciplines together and they rank very highly in Italy overall (and number 5th out of the schools we profiled across all three disciplines). If what you're really asking about is studying architectural history or theory then try checking out Sapienza's undergraduate program on "Architecture - History & Theory" ranking 13th out of all courses.