COVID-19: From February 1st 2021 until the end of the didactic modules, the teaching activities continue in a face-to-face mode or partially remote
The courses managed by POLI.design integrate the contribution of companies, public or private bodies into their training courses. They can participate as promoters in the teaching of POLI.design.
The sponsor entity can actively work in the didactic programme of the masters by participating to the Design Workshop, sponsoring a Specializing Master course or giving scholarships to the selected candidates. Through launching a project brief, students, graduate designers from around the world, will develop the concept coordinated by a team of teachers and a class tutor and the sponsor team. While this collaboration provides new ideas and innovative solutions for the entity, the students can have a unique experience on how to work with a company.
By supporting the training courses in the manner described, the company will become part of the Professional Network of the Master or Course itself, made up of students, teachers, external professionals. Each edition will produce professionals, capable of representing a constant point of reference for business in the professional world.
Companies can financially support the Specializing Master or Course project, with donations. They will be able to appear among the supporters in all the institutional communication of the training course. They can also use this name in their institutional communication.
Companies can provide a full or partial scholarship for one or more candidates. By doing so, the company will allow a deserving candidate to attend the chosen training path. This method can be implemented in two ways:
Companies can actively collaborate in the teaching of the Masters or Course by participating in a Design Workshop.
Through this method the sponsor can propose a project theme of interest to him in agreement with the management.
The students, graduate designers from all over the world will develop the project coordinated by a team of teachers and a classroom tutor.
This method involves direct contact with the sponsor through the presentation of the brand, the organization of visits to showrooms, factories, laboratories, etc.