How about moving to Rome?

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How about moving to Rome?

Postby experience roma » Mon May 28, 2007 10:28 am

Hi there!
Just a short message to let you all know about this opportunity...

http://www.domusacademy.it/master/cultu ... agement/12

It's a brand new Master just launch by Domus Academy, the prestigious italian design academy. It's aimed to train people to become managers of cultural experiences: professionals able to give back the proper value to the artistic and cultural patrimony combining communication and design skills with management abilities.

Schoolarships available as well as stage and training on the job for the best students.
Location: Rome, Italy
Duration: 13 months, starting nov 2007

The Master is sponsored by the Rome Chamber of Commerce, that has recently launched a comprehensive project to further develop cultural tourism in the city with the support of design and technology.
Info - in italian - also available at: www.rm.camcom.it, or www.irfi.it
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MED Master flyer - english version
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Postby AP » Mon May 28, 2007 1:16 pm

Interesting. What scholarships are available? And what provision for learning italian/from what standard - it says the course is only translated to English for the first 3 months; presumably implying some kind of expectation that within that time the students learn to understand Italian.
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