Best fashion design university in the world

Ibero Fashion Design

We are confident that we will help you to acquire the knowledge and also the necessary experiences that will allow you to achieve your goals.  In this way you will be able to successfully assume the social responsibility that awaits you.

Research tools such as statistical analysis, case studies and daily observation all point to the fundamental role that the university plays in the development of our country and the world in general. The university promotes the following benefits to society:

The benefits of the university should be more widely recognized throughout society. The information revolution that is driving the new economy depends on educated and literate workers. More than ever, the new ideas driving this expansion are coming from people with college degrees.

It’s normal to be afraid to choose among the many majors at Del Valle University. Thousands of high school graduates have this same doubt. There is no easy answer. Therefore, choosing a career is one of the big decisions that every applicant faces when leaving college or high school. There are several considerations to take into account. There are interests and abilities. Also included are vocation, skills and development prospects, employment opportunities and salaries. In addition, there are the demands of parents, their professions and their expectations. This decision can be more difficult when some of these aspects do not coincide or clash. However, at Universidad Del Valle we are here to help you.

Centro art school of design

The IED Diploma in Fashion Marketing and Communication trains creatives capable of developing strategic, marketing and communication plans for the fashion industry, a sector in permanent transformation.

As a reflection of living social and cultural realities, fashion evolves in trends and new business models, constantly reinventing itself, so it needs a professional profile prepared to adapt and manage all these changes, as well as to work in international and multidisciplinary teams.

The teaching methodology prioritizes professionalism and academic preparation with the aim that the student, in an immediate working future, can develop their skills in a changing and competitive environment, while knowing how to know themselves and enhance their skills both creatively and strategically.

It also relies on the know-how of the team of professionals and the school itself, on the students’ learning by doing, and on the interdisciplinary nature of all the areas taught at the school: Design, Visual Communication, Fashion and Management for Creative Industries.

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“It happened that those used clothes stopped coming in, and we, because of the need to continue working, disassembled the ones we had and used them as a pattern, that is, it was because of the need that we did that,” recalls Polanco.

With their innovative creativity, they became known, expanding their offerings and, consequently, their portfolio of clients, which led the young man to have to go to school to learn this career and go from being an empirical by necessity to a professional in the area.

The fashion schools that bear his name are also being installed in Los Alcarrizos, Villa Mella, and Santo Domingo East, in addition to the Juan Pablo Duarte has two others in the Invi and Los Tres Brazos, because he is convinced that the young people of the neighborhoods must open the doors for them to move forward, which he says can only be achieved by giving them the opportunity.

To this question he is categorical in denying it, because he understands that the success of a person does not lie in the material, but in those things that can leave traces and serve as inspiration to others, to help them move forward in life.

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