University of Bologna: Master in Vehicle Digital Design

University of Bologna: Master in Vehicle Digital Design

University of Bologna (Italy) has announced its Master in vehicle digital design. The course is open to 25 students, will start in January 2009 and will last 10 months. The deadline for registration is 10 December 2008.

Boat DesignThe Architecture Department of the University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy) has organized the "Master Universitario in Metodi di Progettazione Digitale di Stile del Veicolo in Serie Limitata" – which literally stands for "University Master in digital styling design methods for limited series vehicles".

The course is targeted to students graduated in Industrial Design, Architecture and Engineering and to young professionals with a few years experience in the industrial design field – especially in the automotive, motorcycle and boat design sectors.

Bike cutawayThe Master will start in January 2009 and will end in October 2009. It will include lessons, workshops and internships. Lessons are intended as a part-time activity.

The Master is open to a max number of 25 students, who will be selected on the basis of their resume, portfolio of drawings/projects and an interview.

The total cost of the Master is 7,000 Euros. Partial scholarships of 3,500 Euros will be assigned depending on the portfolios and interview results.

The deadline for registration is 10 December 2008.

The formative course includes the following modules:

  • Sketching and physical models representation
  • Concept digital modeling
  • Advanced digital modeling
  • Vehicle design
  • Virtual vehicle project presentation
  • Basic computer graphics and model engineering
  • Project production
  • Internships

For more information visit the official website (in Italian).

(Source: University of Bologna)

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