Istituto Europeo di Design is spread across an international network of eleven cities in Italy, Spain and Brazil and offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. Students in our survey reported they were generally satisfied with the school's resources and campus, scoring above 70 percent. However, the students' rating of the overall quality of the student body also came in below average compared to other schools, with a 72 percent satisfaction score. According to a student comment, although the class and lecture tutors were professional and dedicated, the curriculum at times lacks structure. Career services, the quality of recruiters and the availability of networking events also left room for improvement, with below average scores. However, 88 percent of students complete internships and over 85 percent of survey participants reported finding a job within six months of graduating.
"It was a great experience; the school balances the theory of fashion and market dynamics very well."
"My experience at the school was very satisfying. We had the opportunity to stay in contact with very professional teachers who work in the fashion industry, and we maintain strong relationships with them after graduation. "
"The programme is very challenging and we do projects in accordance with the reality of the fashion industry. It is very fun."
"The masters programme is excellent for creative training. The course work is thorough and the industry connections are great. "
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