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Publishing and Communication, Fashion CulturesEditoria,culture della comunicazione e della moda

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field LM-92 Theory of Communication
Application and Admission Open, subject to entry requirements. How to apply
Course Duration 2 years (120 credits)
Course Subjects - Publishing
- Communication
- Fashion
Course Attendance Recommended
Course Language Italian
Course Location via Festa del Perdono, 7 - Milan
- via Noto, 6/8 - Milan
Head of Studies Emanuela Scarpellini
Course Website Programme Description (Italian)



Admission requirements

  • Graduates from the Bachelor Degree course in: Cultural Heritage, Disciplines of Figurative Arts, Music, Show Business and Fashion, Philosophy, Humanistics, Communication Sciences, Education and Training Sciences, History and in the corresponding categories specified by Ministerial Decree 509/99 that have acquired at least 60 credits in the following scientific subject sectors: Computer Science);  Information Processing Systems, Private Law; Constitutional Law; Institutions of Public Law; Administrative Law; European Union Law, Philosophy of Law; History of Contemporary Art; History of Drama and Show Business; Cinema, Photography and Television; Musicology and History of Music; Italian Literature); Contemporary Italian Literature; Italian Linguistics; Glottology and General Linguistics; French Literature; French Language-Language and Translation; Spanish Literature; Hispanic American Languages and Literatures, Spanish Language-Language and Translation; Portuguese and Brazilian Literature, Portuguese and Brazilian Language-Language and Translation; English Literature; Anglo-American Languages and Literatures, English Language-Language and Translation; German Literature; German Language-Language and Translation; Scandinavian Literatures, Russian Language – Russian-Slavonic Literature; Theoretical Philosophy; Aesthetics; Philosophy and Theory of Languages; Modern History; Contemporary History; Political Economics; Political Economics; Applied Economics; Business Economics; Corporate Economics and Management; General Psychology; Social Psychology; General Sociology; Sociology of Cultural and Communication Processes.
  • Graduates from other Bachelor Degree categories, on condition that they have acquired at least 90 credits in the following scientific subject sectors: Computer Science; Information Processing Systems, Private Law; Constitutional Law; Institutions of Public Law; Administrative Law; European Union Law; History of Modern Art; History of Contemporary Art; History of Drama and Show Business; Cinema, Photography and Television; Musicology and History of Music; Italian Literature); Contemporary Italian Literature; Italian Linguistics; Literary Criticism and Comparative Literatures; Glottology and General Linguistics; French Literature; French Language-Language and Translation; Spanish Literature; Hispanic American Languages and Literatures, Spanish Language-Language and Translation; Portuguese and Brazilian Literature, Portuguese and Brazilian Language-Language and Translation; English Literature; Anglo-American Languages and Literatures, English Language-Language and Translation; German Literature; German Language-Language and Translation; Scandinavian Literatures, Russian Language – Russian-Slavonic Literature; Theoretical Philosophy; Logic and Philosophy of Science; Moral Philosophy; Aesthetics; Philosophy and Theory of Languages; Geography; Economic and Political Geography; M-Medieval History; Modern History; Contemporary History; Political Economics; Political Economics; Applied Economics; Business Economics; Corporate Economics and Management; History of Economics; General Psychology; Social Psychology; General Sociology; Sociology of Cultural and Communication Processes.

 



Course Objectives

The degree course in Publishing and Communication, Fashion Cultures is designed to:

  1. Develop professional skills that ensure an overall vision of the productive activities of the publishing system and of its general problems, ranging from production to consumption, with specific reference to book publishing, offering a wide range of options for in-depth study in the various spheres of publishing, considered a study of the transmission of texts and the study of techniques required to publish printed or electronic texts; 

  2. Build linguistic, philosophical and aesthetic, historical, logical and rhetoric skills with special focus on the principles of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and the theoretical and methodological know-how that is useful for a detailed analysis of the communication systems of mediological and sectoral languages, to produce texts in the framework of said languages, to design communication models to be used in the fields of advertising, mass media and corporate communication;

  3. Build skills focused on training professionals skilled in operating in the framework of fashion, with solid humanistic and interdisciplinary knowledge, able to meet the demand for new emerging professional figures in a field that is now consolidated, concerned not only by strictly commercial effects but also by repercussion in terms of culture and identity of the Italian fashion sector, considered as cultural heritage to be optimised (with specialised communication, archives, museums, conventional and electronic shows, websites, etc.).



Career and Employment

  1. Responsible positions in the various compartments of publishing companies and in any public and private initiative that envisages editorial activities, such as specialists in linguistic, literary and documental fields; in editorial archives, libraries and study centres.

  2. Work in the field of communication and dissemination of knowledge in various mass media and advertising frameworks, with expertise in ultimate technologies: organisation of cultural events; use in advertising and mass media sectors.

  3. Highly specialised profiles in the sector of fashion, with a humanistic background that is unique in the current scene, for positions in companies, newspapers, specialised agencies, public relations offices, archives, public and private cultural institutions related to the world of fashion.