In 1982, Domus Academy was founded in Milan, Italy as a private institution of higher education. As the first postgraduate design school in the country, it was established by the Mazzocchi family, owners of Editoriale Domus. The academy offers 11 educational programs, including a master's degree program in Design, Experience, Fashion, and Business. Around 4000 students represent more than 50 nationalities at the college.
A number of awards and recognitions have been presented to Domus Academy, including the Compasso d'Oro for its teaching methodology and the Special Badge of Excellence in Learning Experience from The Business of Fashion. The program offers students excellent educational facilities, including workshops conducted in collaboration with renowned companies with a period of professional experience. As part of its placement program, it collaborates with various organizations and industrial partners. Among the notable alumni of the academy are Christophe Pillet (French designer), Reid Baker and Ines Amorim (founders of Ernest W. Baker), and Pia Maria Laux.
|Student to teacher ratio||15:1|
|Living cost||EUR 10,000|
|Accommodation||On-campus and off-campus|
|Average package||EUR 75,574|
|Tuition fee per year||EUR 25,490 - EUR 28,600|
On-campus and off-campus
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||EUR 25,490 - EUR 28,600|
|Cost of Living/year||EUR 10,000|
|Application Fees||EUR 100|