Curricular units and teaching staff
- Costume-making techniques
(Pasqualina Inserra and professional
- Male costume-making
(Filippo Guggia, Antonello Voghera)
- Hat-making techniques
- Workplace safety
(Sergio Antonio Tasca)
- Introduction to performance
(Rita Citterio, Patrizia D’Anzuoni)
- Stage tailoring techniques
(Professional stage tailors)
- Costume development techniques
(Cristiana Malberti, Eleonora Rossi)
- History of theatre costumes
(Maria Chiara Donato)
-History of ballet
- Introduction to musical theatre
(Andrea Massimo Grassi)
- Music appreciation
- Contract law
- Career orientation
(Sarah Dominique Orlandi and La Scala
- Organizational conduct
- Teambuilding in training courses
This list may be subject to change.
Thirteen months, from October 25, 2021
to December 23, 2022.
- between 18 and 29 years
old as of February 26,
- Secondary-school diploma
or three-year professional
Applicants must pass a three-phase selection process
to be admitted to the course:
- two written tests, one motivational, the other assessing
- a practical exam to assess basic knowledge of theatre
- personal interview focusing on the applicant’s motivations,
aptitudes, and expectations.
Scholarships and loan
Scholarships are available to cover all or part of course
fees for eligible students who request one.
Students whose ISEE (Equivalent Financial Status Indicator)
is 20,000 euros or less are eligible to apply for a scholarship.
Low-interest student loans are also available.
Instructions for applying for scholarships or student loans
will be provided in a specific announcement.