RM Istituto Moda e Design
The school which is now here.

The school in which you prepare to face challenges that are yet unknown.
The school in which you will push yourself to your limits and learn to play off the cushion without losing sight of the boundaries.

RM Istituto Moda e Design

A new fashion and design school in Milan? Yes, and it is called
RM. A school with an unconventional spirit and an untraditional teaching method. A school conceived for those who want to look the future straight in the eye. And, above all, a school that has assembled an outstanding team of lecturers, many of whom are
prominent names in international style and design.

A school that goes all the way

RM’s teaching method is inspired on transdisciplinarity and aims at letting students experience the effectiveness of working on authentic projects for real-life clients. Teachers and students are immediately involved in a relationship without barriers. Dialogue,
a common effort to search for new solutions, and mutual trust
between teachers and students make up the foundation of this
process of individual growth and teamwork that trains you to
tackle the future. An education that faces the future and prepares students to experience it as a natural evolution of the present.

A school which is already a job

RM is the school that had never existed, but which companies
had been demanding for a long time; focused on doing as much
as on knowing. Projects here have a goal, a context, a stock
of resources, a background of previous experiences, a series
of reasons to come to life, and, naturally, a series of walls to break down. This is what students take in at every step. The professional world is the very foundation of our teaching programmes. In our Master’s courses, students encounter leading creative
personalities in their classrooms and get the chance to work with them on concrete projects.

The power of a network without boundaries

RM is the link that strengthens the international network of Raffles Group, which was founded more than twenty-five years ago and is currently strongly expanding, with 26 colleges in fourteen countries. The choice of Milan reflects the school’s strive for excellence and its deep affinity with a city which has always been acknowledged as the capital of design culture in the world.