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The STADIO School of Fashion: Creating viable and sustainable careers

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Staying plugged in and continuously developing your craft, will always set you apart. This is why those looking to be ahead of the pack and make a mark in the competitive, and somewhat saturated fashion industry, choose The STADIO School of Fashion.

The STADIO School of Fashion (formerly LISOF), is one of Africa's most renowned Fashion Design schools. This is as a result of several years of experience, coupled with their progressive and forward-thinking approach that’s aligned with the needs of the global fashion and design industry.

The programmes offered at the school are internationally accredited by the British accreditation council (BAC). While the media and design school have been South African Higher educational pioneers in 3D animation and creative design theory.

The private higher education institution offering consists of the School of Fashion, School of Media and Design, and School of Architecture and Spatial Design.

The school is vibrant, intellectually and creatively engaged—with a strong emphasis on immersive learning experiences, practical academic rigour and industry engagement. The modules offered include information, analyses and theories that are relevant, up-to-date and of the highest academic and industry standards.

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Its principal objective is to produce graduates capable of advanced creative and critical thinking skills, allowing them to access and contribute towards all forms of human creativity, and to make dynamic interventions and contributions in their chosen professions. Art and Design graduates often achieve public prominence, and contribute not only towards social change aimed at increasing the social good but also harnessing creativity for collective growth in the creative economy.

The STADIO School of Fashion has identified this potential and aim to continue the conversation and actively participate in the positive growth of this sector. While the country is slowly recovering from the impact of Covid-19, fashion may just be the answer to upskill, create jobs and boost the manufacturing sector into further positive growth.

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