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Rome school: Liberal Arts and Fashion Design
RomeStudents who study with the Accademia Italiana’s school in Rome will find themselves immersed within a culture of unmatched artistic legacy and in the company of some of the greatest creative minds of today. The Romans are known the world over for their passion and excellence in the arts and this, combined with the vibrant energy which defines Roman daily life, makes Rome the perfect place to study Italian art and design, and Italian language and culture.
The Accademia Italiana's school in Rome is located in Piazza della Radio, a bustling commercial area located near the historic and lively Trastevere district, surrounded by some of the city's most famous areas of interest: the Basilica of St. Paul, the Cestia Pyramid and the picturesque Garbatella neighborhood. The school is less than 15 minutes from the center of Rome, where you will find some of Italy's greatest historical and cultural sites, such as the Pantheon, the Colosseum, the Castel Sant'Angelo, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi fountain. The school has been completely renovated with state-of-the art technology and studio facilities.
Studying at the Accademia Italiana’s school in Rome provides students with the opportunity to study in one of the world’s most historical and renowned centers of art, design and innovation. The Accademia offers a truly international creative hub where students are taught by experts in the field and integrated in classes with like-minded artists, designers and thinkers from virtually every region of Italy and all over the world.
The knowledge and experience that young designers gain from studying design with Accademia Italiana’s school in Rome prepares them with the skills to effectively realize their creative ideas across cultures and her students emerge from the program uniquely equipped to enter a key role in the global sector.
For more details about the Accademia Italiana’s courses in Rome, click HERE.