DESIGN FOR FOOD
In collaboration with Università degli Studi di Scienze Gastronomiche
I Edition - in English
October 2021

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The Specializing Master DESIGN FOR FOOD is organized according to a mix of theory and practice that sees the alternation of lessons and hands-on activities on projects and exercises organized in the form of workshops or applied experiences, such as study-tours and compulsory internship. The Master will be held in English.
 
Hours of lessons in class: 354
Hours of Workshop: 90
Field Trip Hours: 70
Hours of internship: 470
Hours of individual study: 384
Hours of individual study (WS): 72
Hours of individual study (Field Trip): 30
Hours of individual study: 30
Total hours: 1500

Didactic course

 
The Specializing Master DESIGN FOR FOOD is structured according to an lesson plan that provides:
  • Frontal lessons: aimed to introduce the main themes of study and the acquisition of tools and methodologies for analysis and design development; the lessons are held by a Faculty with professors from the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo, in addition to qualified external professionals;
  • Workshop: "hands-on" activities developed in studio (also in collaboration with external companies) aimed at the application of tools and methodologies for the development of product-service ideas;
  • Study Tour: educational trips aimed to approach the topics dealt with, through experiences applied to real contexts in the food sector
  • Internship: 470 hours of training experience in a partner reality of the Master or suggested directly by the participants in agreement with the coordination of the Master

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DESIGN FOR FOOD

 

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Tuition and Fees
The Specializing Master costs € 16.500.
 
For students graduated from the Politecnico di Milano and from the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo, the total cost of the course is € 14.500.
 
EARLY BIRD 10%
deadline: 31 March 2021
Goals
  • outline innovative models and strategic orientations for the specific sector
  • understand and design the territorial impacts of food supply chains
  • design complex solutions and their articulation 
  • manage all phases of the process of conception, design, development and implementation 
Teaching Plan
Start: October 2021
End: October 2022
Venue

POLI.design, Via Don Giovanni Verità, 25 - 20158 Milan

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