Creative Diary - IED Win 27 Master Scholarships in Italy and Spain
Daily showcase of young creatives from all over the world who compete to win 27 international scholarships for IED master courses for the 2014-2015.
This competition is open to young international students.
IED rewards young creative talents aged between 22 and 40 years with scholarships for master courses in its schools of Design, Fashion, Visual Communication and Management and Communication.
IED calls young creatives to develop ideas and projects describing “Design for a better World”. Nowadays, being creative can have a lot of meanings. It means being curious, adventurous, sensitive, independent, inventing new things, but above all it means seeing things that others do not. Design can change the world alias has been changing the world for the best, creating new products, finding innovative solutions, describing things from a qbvuf new perspective.
A design for a better world can reveal students' energy, ideas about the purpose of an object, about sustainability and eco-design. With their design students can “give the world a better design”
The projects and images selected will be published on the site www.creativediary.net and can receive ratings, comments and still be sponsored by internet users through their facebook newsfeed.
A jury of experts will award scholarships to best works. The deadline for submitting projects is September 1st 2014.
Find out how to participate on http://creativediary.net
About Istituto Europeo di Design:
The Istituto Europeo di Design is a school of internationally acknowledged excellence, built on a completely Italian matrix, that issues first-level academic diplomas and organises three-year courses, Masters courses, continuous professional development and advanced training courses. A hotbed of creativity, it trains professionals to work in the fields of design, of fashion, of visual communication and of management. The IED is now a continuously expanding international network, with locations in Milan, Rome, Turin, Venice, Florence, Cagliari, Madrid, Barcelona, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
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