The Master course in Food Design and Innovation aims at enabling students to become professionals of the food industry and of all the related sectors and to combine marketing and communication skills with sensitivity and with the ability to manage design project methods.
The Master in Food Design develops the necessary skills to give a creative contribution to an increasingly growing sector, of which Italy constitutes one of the main benchmarks known worldwide. It is an opportunity not only for students holding a degree in design, marketing and communication, but also for managers and professionals working in the field.
The programme combines a focus on food-related markets with the design approach and methodologies. This creates a food designer who is able to manage the design:
The academic activities encompass lessons, design workshops and seminars with the leaders of the food and agriculture industry and of the design field: entrepreneurs, managers, journalists, food critics, designers, architects, publishers and chefs. The structure of the course also comprises visits to food companies, concept stores, restaurants as well as important gastronomic fairs and events. After the end of the course, students will have an internship experience in a company, agency or firm working in the field.
The Master is held in collaboration with important companies and firms of the food industry.
Our students participate in a course whose goal is to prepare them in the most comprehensive way, providing them with a testing ground to express skills from concept to execution.
The faculty supervises students individually; designers, professional figures from different fields and visiting professors are at your disposal throughout the academic year.
Teaching sessions vary between intensive workshops, studio classes, lectures, seminars and external visits.
The Master’s course in Food Design and Innovation is organized in collaboration with major industry leaders and other universities. Certificates and academic credits are awarded according to the ECTS system.
After successfully completing the Master’s programme, students will receive the First Level University Master’s Diploma and the equivalent of 60 ECTS credits.
Graduates in scientific disciplines, social sciences and liberal arts can be selected for the Master, as well as candidates who have previously gained significant professional experience in the field.
Selection is based on the following criteria:
The number of places is limited.
The Master starts each year in November and lasts an academic year with a break throughout August.
Attendance is mandatory and the presence is full time: it corresponds to 1500 hours of lessons, class exercises, internship and individual study.
At the end of the classes, a 3-month internship at a company in which to put your skills into practice is always guaranteed.