- Private Institution Type
On 21 December 2007 Poland joined the Schengen Area. As a result passport checks are abolished on Poland's borders with Germany, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Lithuania. It practically means that persons admitted to the Schengen Area can travel hassle-free between 24 countries of the Schengen Area without internal land and sea border controls from Portugal to Poland and from Greece to Finland.
We educate future designers, product managers, brand managers, communication specialists – interdisciplinary professionals working in all sectors of the fashion industry understood in the broadest sense of the word – professionals able to combine creativity with knowledge of modern technologies, commercial materials, design technique as well as real knowledge of market principles.
VIAMODA INDUSTRIAL graduate should be able to function confidently on the labour market easily finding employment in firms manufacturing clothing, accessories and textiles, trade firms in the fashion industry, in professional media, marketing and consulting agencies, other institutions connected to the clothing industry and fashion as well as have strong foundations for starting their own economic activity and developing original business concepts.
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The Orientation Programme is offered to help you during the first days of your stay in Warsaw. It provides crucial information about living and studying in Poland but also helps international students to get to know each other. It consists of a series of meetings with University Authorities as well as parties and events with international students from different universities.
Planning your studies at VIAMODA INDUSTRIAL you are advised to look for appropriate accommodation for the period of your studying in Warsaw before arrival in Poland.At a student’s request the University may offer help in finding accommodation either in a private flat or in a dormitory, depending on preference.
Our Intranet system was established to facilitate your contact with the School. In the relevant tabs you will find information which will allow you to have an easy access to the current announcements, to download materials necessary for your classes or to communicate with the School administration and with lecturers.
In the computer lab our students have the chance to participate in classes aimed at supporting the designing process (among those: textile technology, computer based techniques of constructing designs, printing on textiles). The laboratory equipment comprises professional computer hardware and software required to support the designing process, suitable printers.
EU students are entitled to use public health facilities in Poland on the same conditions as Polish citizens - general health insurance which entitles its bearer to free health services. The only requirement is that you get a confirmation of health insurance from your home country called European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).
Warsaw, a city of over 1.7 million people, is Poland’s capital and is located in the heart of Europe. It is a bustling metropolis with a vibrant night-life, rich cultural offerings, as well as an unforgettable history. As Poland’s economic and political centre, Warsaw also offers many employment opportunities for ambitious students who wish to work for the hundreds of national and international companies including fashion & design brands, organizations and institutions that are located in the city.
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