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Ferrari Fashion School announces 21 scholarships for Latin American students

By Marta De Divitiis

May 18, 2022

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Ferrari Fashion School, has launched a programme with 21 scholarships for its master courses in fashion design: fashion photography and fashion styling & digital communication. In partnership with the Fashion for Future platform, the programme is exclusively aimed at Latin American students and professionals, who must prove their citizenship and tax domicile.

Applicants must be at least 21 years old, prove that they hold a technical or university degree in fashion, or have three years of professional experience. The selection will be based on a CV, motivation letter and portfolio of the candidates. The courses, according to a release, will run from October 2022 to June 2023, at the school's headquarters in Milan (Italy) and will be taught in English, requiring a B1 level of knowledge of the language.

Those interested have until June 3 to apply via the Fashion for Future website. The selection process will take place in two phases, following a document analysis, a list of the top 20 applicants for each course will be published. At this point, selected applicants will have interviews with Ferrari Fashion School teachers between June 27 and July 1, and those selected for the scholarships will be announced on 4 July. Those selected will have until July 15 to apply.

The Ferrari Fashion School, founded by Silvia Ferrari, has been operating for 20 years and is currently based in Milan. Its methodology is focused on fashion practice and the number of students admitted is limited, so that each student can be individually mentored by the teachers.

Fashion for Future is a fashion programme created in Milan with the goal to offer exchanges between students and professionals from Latin America and Italy. The organisation prepares professionals for scholarships and work placements through individual international career mentoring programmes.

This article was originally published on FashionUnited.BR, and translated and edited into English by Veerle Versteeg.

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