ACADEMIC MASTER'S PROGRAMME
DOUBLE AWARD MASTER'S
The Master’s in Product Design programme is workshop-based, supported by seminars, lectures, tutorials, and fieldwork. Industry professionals, the programme leader, and project leaders will guide you via individual coaching and mentorship.
The combination of accredited coursework and real-life professional projects gives students the opportunity to build on their academic foundation, while gaining valuable work experience directly applicable to their future careers.
Students can apply to the Academic Master’s Programme, accredited by the Italian Ministry of Education, or to the Master of Arts degree with an international UK validation.
Graduates of the Academic Master’s Programmes earn a degree that is recognised throughout Europe and the world, receiving an Academic Master’s Degree (60 ECTS credits) accredited by the Italian Ministry of Universities and Research (MUR)*, in addition to a Domus Academy Master’s Diploma.
The programme consists of 5 modules, including a curricular internship and a final project workshop.
* The academic Master’s Degree is awarded by NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti.
The Double Award Master path allows students to obtain an Academic Master validated by the Italian MUR and a Master of Arts, with international validation in the UK from Regent’s University in London.
Students integrate additional lectures and a more in-depth individual project to their 5-module programme that includes the curricular internship and final project.
The UK validation gives students more international recognition of their course of study and the opportunity to obtain a Master of Arts Degree (90 ECTS) awarded by Regent’s University London that allows them access to most international doctoral programs.
Within their academic year, students enrolled in the Double Award Master’s Programme, have the opportunity to spend a week at Regent’s University London for a London study trip experience, with special teaching activities and visits to the most significant sites for creative trends. During their stay, students will have the opportunity to take part in tours to discover London’s most iconic places, museums and galleries. The one-week London study trip is not part of the Academic curriculum, therefore not mandatory. It is subject to additional costs covering both the cultural offer and the trip.
The Master in Product Design program combines cross-disciplinary studies of design thinking with hands-on experience.
You will have the opportunity to work on projects with companies on the front lines of product design, engineering, and business. You will learn how to analyze current industry directions, anticipate future trends, and explore new territories in design, technology, fabrication, and distribution.
The program is addressed to candidates who have a first-level degree and/or professional experience in interior design, product design, architecture, engineering, visual arts, or other disciplines related to the field of study, who want to take their career in product design to the next level.
All courses are taught in English. A high level of proficiency in the English language is required.
This programme trains professionals capable of designing products for various industrial sectors on both a local and worldwide scale. Graduates can launch their own company or join design firms, architecture/design studios, or research environments.
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The Master’s involves the following costs, in addition to the payment of a degree fee to be paid within one month before the course start date, equal to € 540 for the Academic Master’s Programme and € 650 for the Double Award Master’s Programme.
Matriculation Fee: € 540/650
EU & Switzerland Students Fee
Double Award Master
Non-EU Students Fee
Double Award Master
After earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Architecture and Building Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Aoi Hasegawa launched her career as a set designer at Fuji Television Network in Tokyo, where she designed sets for Japanese and international musical acts. In 2005, Aoi moved to Milan and earned a second master’s degree at Domus Academy. MEET HER AT THE ONLINE OPEN DAY
After earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Architecture and Building Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Aoi Hasegawa launched her career as a set designer at Fuji Television Network in Tokyo, where she designed sets for Japanese and international musical acts. In 2005, Aoi moved to Milan and earned a second master’s degree at Domus Academy.
Since 2006, she has been working with Domus Academy, first as a project assistant and tutor and now as programme leader of the Master in Product Design and Master in Interior & Living Design course. She also collaborates professionally with various companies and studios in the fields of product, interior, and strategy design.
Other visiting professors and collaborators include product and industrial designers, package designers, and entrepreneurs such as: Fabio Besti, Maddalena Casadei, Dante Donegani, Sara Ferrari, Piero Lissoni, Niko Koronis, Marco Maggioni, Roberto Palomba (Palomba Serafini Associati), Christophe Pillet, Hagit Pincovici, Laura Polinoro, Matteo Ragni, Claudia Reder, Eleonora Ricca, Paolo Rizzatto, Valerio Sommella, Marieke Sonnevelt, Philippe Tabet, Massimo Temporelli (Fablab), Studio Pepe, Patricia Urquiola.
Join the portfolio-based competition and get a scholarship for the Masters starting in February 2024.
Scholarships up to € 7.000 of the total tuition fee.
PORTFOLIO CHALLENGE | FEB ’24