The Undergraduate Degree in Design has a four-year structure. The first two are made up of core subjects and basic training, where students develop work and tasks from the syllabus. Specialized subjects start to be delivered in the third year, which help to deepen the theoretical knowledge and specific practices of each track.
⟶ At ESDi, we have collaboration agreements with all kinds of businesses in the fashion industry and its different sectors: womenswear, childrenswear, bridalwear, accessories, producers, denim, etc.
⟶ Our fashion students have completed placements at companies such as: Palomo Spain, Yerse, Boboli, Bibian Blue, Belle de Jour, Sauvage TV, Companion Denim, Dobert, Colmillo de Morsa, Mimètik Bcn, Verónica Miranda, Lurdes Bergada, Sourtex and Bianca’s Design, among many others.
⟶ creative director ⟶ personal shopper ⟶ trend analyst ⟶ product manager ⟶ brand founder ⟶ fashion illustrator ⟶ fashion designer
⟶ fashion accessory designer ⟶ visual merchandiser ⟶ fashion communication ⟶ stylist/brand image consultant ⟶ fashion consultant ⟶ materials/smart fabrics buyer
ESDi has more than 14,000 m² of facilities including workshops specialized in sewing, stitching, printing and footwear, textile project classrooms, tech labs, video/photography sets, and a textiles showroom.
"Atípic" by Anna Torralba. Final Project, Undergraduate Degree in Design. Specialty in Fashion.
At ESDi, we encourage our students to travel through our exchange programs with international universities who are leaders in the different disciplines of design. We have more than 50 agreements with various institutions across Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe, including some universities specialized in fashion design such as: London College of Fashion (LCF), Politecnico di Milano, Ravensbourne and Amsterdam Fashion Institute (AMFi).
We put our trust in mobility programs, both for students and (teaching) staff, as a way to exchange resources, knowledge and methodologies that will enrich and complete the international experience of studying design at ESDi.
The Final Project is the last educational task to evaluate the knowledge that students have acquired during the course of their studies. It's a project that should make use of skills in planning, conceptual thinking and production. The work is carried out individually, with the help of a tutor. Each specialization has its own specific regulations.