OK, so I'm thinking of going to a college in Italy for fashion design, but I haven't advanced the Italian language yet. Is there a college where I can learn Italian and continue to univ later? What about Style Design College, or is there any other option?
If I take the diploma in SDC, is it enough? Or should I take further education in a university? Btw, if I take the fashion certificate instead of the diploma, what's the impact?
We have an Online Interactive Italian Course: All Levels From Beginner to Business available that allows you to learn Italian with flexibility. The course takes approximately 80 hours to complete.
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