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Istituto di Moda Burgo

Istituto di Moda Burgo
Istituto di Moda Burgo
A fashion school among the most prestigious in the world
Istituto di Moda Burgo
Istituto di moda Burgo

The Burgo Fashion Institute is a private fashion school, with its headquarters in Milan, a branch in Rome and offices in many foreign countries, founded sixty years ago by Fernando Burgo, it currently has several offices and partnerships abroad but it continues to be 100% Made in Italy.

The most awaited moment for students is the one that closes a scholastic one: the traditional parade. An important event, not only for the school, but also for professionals in search of new talent. On the catwalk, in fact, the creations of the students who have attended courses in stylist, designer, professional tailoring and sartorial patternist parade. Every year about a hundred participants, including 11 from external schools (Italian and foreign ones). With the opening in the capital, in 2017, the Burgo Fashion Institute continues its mission to spread and preserve the typical Italian craftsmanship, transferring the skills and secrets of the trade to young students from all over Italy and the world.

A highly qualified and constantly updated teaching staff has the essential task of training complete professional figures able to compete internationally. The school's flagship is the school textbooks Il Figurino and Il Modellismo, constantly updated and sold worldwide and unique in the sector, which represent a further and fundamental support to the didactic activity.

Individuality and practice are the keywords that best characterize training in IMB. The personalized study plans, consisting mainly of laboratories, allow a quick learning of the profession and a maximization of time by exploiting the potential of each student. Over the months the teachers cultivate and let their talent express, stimulating their creativity and preparing them to face the world of work.

This is thanks to the teaching method of the Burgo Fashion Institute, which focuses on individual learning and provides 80% of practical lessons. Result: to date, more than 100,000 former students have found work in the fashion world. Former students at the school included transgender designer Mogok Pauk Pauk, Maureen Disini, Kristina Stets, Bimbo Oye-Akinnifesi.

The Burgo Fashion Institute is a private fashion school, with its headquarters in Milan, a branch in Rome and offices in many foreign countries, founded sixty years ago by Fernando Burgo, it currently has several offices and partnerships abroad but it continues to be 100% Made in Italy. The most awaited moment for students is the one that closes a scholastic one: the traditional parade. An important event, not only for the school, but also for professionals in search of new talent. On the catwalk, in fact, the creations of the students who have attended courses in stylist, designer, professional tailoring and sartorial patternist parade. Every year about a hundred participants, including 11 from external schools (Italian and foreign). With the opening in the capital, in 2017, the Burgo Fashion Institute continues its mission to spread and preserve the typical Italian craftsmanship, transferring the skills and secrets of the trade to young students from all over Italy and the world. A highly qualified and constantly updated teaching staff has the essential task of training complete professional figures able to compete internationally. The school's flagship is the school textbooks Il Figurino and Il Modellismo, constantly updated and sold worldwide and unique in the sector, which represent a further and fundamental support to the didactic activity. Individuality and practice are the keywords that best characterize training in IMB. The personalized study plans, consisting mainly of laboratories, allow a quick learning of the profession and a maximization of time by exploiting the potential of each student. Over the months the teachers cultivate and let their talent express, stimulating their creativity and preparing them to face the world of work. This is thanks to the teaching method of the Burgo Fashion Institute, which focuses on individual learning and provides 80% of practical lessons. Result: to date, more than 100,000 former students have found work in the fashion world. Former students at the school included transgender designer Mogok Pauk Pauk, Maureen Disini ,, Kristina Stets, Bimbo Oye-Akinnifesi.
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