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ISD, founded in 1989 is an international school of design that offers a wide range of courses at the academic level and master. Specializing in Fashion and Textile Design, Interior and Industrial Design, the institute hosts students from all over Europe and the rest of the world.
The ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI DESIGN (ISD) is the first institute of the Italian Mezzogiorno to operate in the field of training, at undergraduate and post-graduate professionals of the fashion, graphics and design.
The ISD was founded in 1989 with the intent to establish a methodology in the teaching professions innovative, able to combine the flexibility of teaching a strong adherence to the practical dimension and to train professionals capable of responding adequately to the needs of the labor market.
Today, the ISD, is an international school of design that offers a wide range of courses at the academic level and master. Specializing in Interior and Industrial Design, Fashion and Textile design, the institute hosts students from all over Europe and the rest of the world.
Thanks to the experience gained in over twenty years of experience in the field of education and research, the ISD is a reference point for all companies asking for design solutions for products or services.
Thousands of students that have attended ISD courses are now working in fashion, design and communication companies. Many students have an important role in the working world and they have already reached the professional aim, both in Europe and in the world. The 90% of ISD students is able to find a job within six months after their diploma.
The purpose of ISD is to teach students the great Italian traditional experience in these fields in order to create able, charismatic and successful designers that can compete with the most important designers of the past.
WHERE IS IT LOCATED
ISD is located at Napoli a city steeped in history it has always been an extraordinary melting pot of culture. Naples today confirms its centrality in the cultural landscape of the European capitals and also became the seat of production and trade of great national and international interest.