Domus Academy, the first Italian post-graduate academy of design, presented its new management structure and its future development. Roberto Riccio, CEO at Galileo Global Education Italia, highlighted a moment of great and renewed interest in the design and fashion sector, introducing the new Director Fabio Siddu, already School Director of the School of Fashion & Art at Istituto Marangoni, and Fabio Novembre, new Scientific Director and Brand Ambassador.

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Fabio Novembre, Scientific Director and Brand Ambassador at Domus Academy. (photo Giovanni Gastel).

More and more focused on learning by designing methodology, also through collaboration with companies, Domus Academy is committed to strengthening its global approach, which aims to train the best professionals from around the world.  Among the goals, is to develop activities involving increasingly prestigious companies in the specific industries, to take part in the most recognized awards, to catch and offer students the best opportunities.

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Fabio Siddu, Director at Domus Academy

Domus Academy is now part of the new Italian pole of private high education Galileo Global Education Italy, which gives it the opportunity to further extend its academic offering. Domus Academy offers twelve Master programs recognized by MIUR (Ministry of Schools and Education of Italy), organized into 4 thematic areas ranging from design to fashion, from business to the most innovative frontiers of user experience and interaction design.

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Roberto Riccio, Chief Strategy Officer at Galileo Global Education.

Attention to the origins of Italian design, an open attitude to dynamic, transversal and increasingly international frameworks, with an approach focused on the future, are the central themes introduced by Fabio Novembre, Scientific Director, who has chosen to reconnect with the origins of the school to design the scenarios of tomorrow.

Fabio Novembre highlights: “Domus Academy was born from the experiences of radical Italian design, presenting itself as a free land where different knowledge meet and the different backgrounds add value. A melting pot of visionaries who love dialogue with partner companies, mixing professionalism and utopia. A school where teachers and students play interchangeable roles”.

Info: Domusacademy.com