Apply To STADIO Faculty of Arts & Design For 2021

Wanting to study fashion, media or design? Direct your attention to STADIO. LISOF Fashion School and Prestige Academy have rebranded and have become STADIO. Applications to study at STADIO in 2021 are now open.

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Remember LISOF Fashion School and Prestige Academy? Well they have now combined and rebranded into STADIO. 

At STADIO School of Media and Design, which was formerly Prestige Academy, they inspire students to reimagine possibilities by developing critical visual literacy. The programmes emphasise innovative education in the multiple fields of the Arts with a focus on practical skills development. Interdisciplinary training within the programmes is on par with international trends and probes the pathways of culture through to an emerging future.

To learn more about STADIO School of Fashion, click here.

The School of Fashion, formerly LISOF, is internationally accredited with the British Accreditation Council (BAC), as a result of rigorous academic processes and industry-relevant graduates. Their programmes triangulate practice, theoretical knowledge and experiential learning facilitated by our highly-skilled academic faculty, ensuring that students are equipped to enter the world-of-work upon graduation. 

To learn more about STADIO School of Fashion, click here.

How To Apply

  1. Go to www.stadio.ac.za
  2. Click on Apply Now
  3. Complete the online application form
  4. Receive your provisional offer to study within 24 hours

STADIO's advisors are ready to assist you with any queries you may have and they will be working hard to attend to all the enquiries that came through while they were closed.

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