REGULATION

THE PARIS SCHOOL 15TH ANNIVERSARY SCHOLARSHIP

Terms & Conditions

1. Subject

Istituto Marangoni’s Paris School of Fashion was founded 15 years ago and ever since it has been instrumental in enhancing talents and helping students integrate the fashion industry. On the occasion of our 15th Anniversary, the Paris School will award 15 scholarships to young talents starting their studies in an Intensive course, first year of a BA (hons) Degree, or a Cycle De Spécialisation.

2. How to participate

Participation in the Initiative is free: each candidate can submit only one application by uploading the required documents on the Scholarship platform. For further information on how to apply, please contact: admissions.paris@istitutomarangoni.com

Candidates will receive a confirmation e-mail for the application submitted. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact the above email address no later than 24 hours after submission of the application.

In order to participate in the Initiative, applicants are requested to upload a list of documents, according to their course of interest.

Intensive Courses

Participants who wish to apply for an Intensive course are requested to upload:
1) Copy of High School Diploma: if you haven’t graduated from high school yet, you can upload a certificate of enrolment confirming that you are attending your final year;
2) Copy of High School Grades Certificate;
3) Passport Scan / ID;
4) Signed Personal Statement (Letter of motivation): we suggest you explain why you wish to participate in the Initiative, how would you develop your career in the coming years, what are your personal goals, etc. (about 100 words).
5) 6 creative ideas – only for creative courses: they can be anything that visually describes the applicant’s inspiration and the chosen area of study. They can be submitted in the form of sketches, drawings, photographs, moodboards and collages (the 6 creative ideas might also be a mix of these). They can also be: - personal reinterpretations of objects, environments, people, situations, etc. - design ideas: representations of personal creations such as outfi ts/fashion collections, objects, furniture pieces, interior spaces, etc. (according to the desired course you are applying to). All items must be submitted in A4 or A3 format, in .pdf,.tiff, .jpg, .zip.

Three-Year Courses & BA (Hons) Degrees

Participants who wish to apply for a Three-year course / BA (Hons) Degree are requested to upload:
1) Copy of High School Diploma: if you haven’t graduated from high school yet, you can upload a certificate of enrolment confirming that you are attending your final year;
2) Copy of High School Grades Certificate;
3) Passport Scan / ID;
4) Signed Personal Statement (Letter of motivation): we suggest you explain why you wish to participate in the Initiative, how would you develop your career in the coming years, what are your personal goals, etc. (about 100 words).
5) Language Certificate (only for validated programmes): for Manchester Met validated courses in Paris, non-native English speakers need to provide a copy of the official English Language Certificate. The English language test score should be at least B2 on the CEFR level - i.e. IELTS overall score of 6.0 with no modules below 5.5 (for BA (Hons) courses taught in the Schools of London and Paris). The minimum English language requirements are subject to change and can be checked on https://www2.mmu.ac.uk/international/courses/english-language-requirements/
6) 6 creative ideas – only for creative courses: they can be anything that visually describes the applicant’s inspiration and the chosen area of study. They can be submitted in the form of sketches, drawings, photographs, moodboards and collages (the 6 creative ideas might also be a mix of these). They can also be: - personal reinterpretations of objects, environments, people, situations, etc. - design ideas: representations of personal creations such as outfi ts/fashion collections, objects, furniture pieces, interior spaces, etc. (according to the desired course you are applying to).

All items must be submitted in A4 or A3 format, in .pdf,.tiff, .jpg, .zip. Following the upload of the required documents on the scholarship platform, students applying for a three-year course will be required to complete a brief skill test.

Cycles De Spécialisation*

Participants who wish to apply for a Cycle de Spécialisation are requested to upload:
1) Copy of University Degree: if you haven’t received your Degree, yet, you can upload a certificate on enrolment confirming you are about to graduate;*
2) Copy of University Transcript;*
3) Passport Scan;
4) Signed Personal Statement (Letter of motivation): we suggest you explain why you wish to participate in the Initiative, how would you develop your career in the coming years, what are your personal goals, etc. (about 100 words).
5) Reference Letter 1;
6) Reference Letter 2;
7) Curriculum Vitae;
8) Language Certificate (only for validated programmes): for Manchester Met validated courses in Paris, non-native English speakers need to provide a copy of the official English Language Certificate. The English language test score should be at least B2 on the CEFR level - i.e. IELTS overall score of 6.5 with no modules below 5.5 (for Master’s Degree Programmes and Cycle de Spécialisation, courses are in English and taught in the Schools of Paris). The minimum English language requirements are subject to change and can be checked here.
9) Portfolio – only for creative courses: the portfolio must demonstrate the student’s creative and technical skills and must include a brief description on the project development. The portfolio must include 10-12 illustrations, photos and/or slides.

* For MMET validated courses in London and Paris: when not in English, an official English translation must be provided.

3. Timeline and Deadlines

• 23rd July, 2021 > deadline to submit applications.
• By 26th July 2021 > Committee meeting for the selection of winners
• Starting from 29th July 2021 > Communication of victory to selected participants.

4. Jury and Award

15 winners will be chosen at the incontestable discretion of the Jury. 15 scholarships consisting of €4.000 deduction on the tuition fee (enrolment fee is always due) on a pre-selected course, valid for one of the programmes offered by Istituto Marangoni Paris. Any scholarship assigned, as they will have to be approved by Direction and the Academic Committee on a case by case modality. For participants applying to a three-year / BA Hons course: the deduction of tuition fee is only applied to the first year of the three-year course. At the sole discretion of Istituto Marangoni, economic facilitations may also be granted for enrollment in courses starting in October 2021 to participants in the Initiative who are not winners, but who have developed projects worthy of interest for the same.

5. Results and publication

At the end of the selection made by the Jury, the winners of the Initiative shall be informed by e-mail and by a phone call. The selected participant for the scholarship shall confirm his/her interest in the scholarship within 15 (fifteen days) working days from the date of the first communication by email. After that period has been elapsed without receiving any communication from the winner, the scholarship shall be considered as expired and shall be reassigned. The acceptance of the scholarship implies the obligation for the winner to file application for the selected course and pay the residual quote of the tuition fee.

6. Information notice on personal data processing

Personal data (“Data”) collected in relation to participation in the Initiative will be registered in the database of Istituto Marangoni, controller of the treatment (“Data Controller”), pursuant to of the General European Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 27 April 2016 and related implementing legislation (hereinafter, jointly, the "Regulation"). Data of the Participants collected in relation to the their participation in the Initiative will be processed by Data Controller for the following purposes: . (i) to enable Participants to submit their application and, if necessary, to subsequently provide further information useful and/or necessary for the assessment of their application; (ii) for purposes related with and instrumental to the process of evaluating, reviewing and selecting of the validly submitted applications; (iii) for the management of the participation in the Initiative, including sending requests for integration of the application, information materials, updates, communications and/or changes to the programme related to the Initiative itself; as well as for deciding and announcing winners; (iv) to fulfil any obligation provided for by laws, regulations, Community rules, orders, prescriptions and/or requests made by the Judicial Authority or by any person authorized to do so under legal provisions and secondary legislation; (v) to exercise the rights and protect the legitimate interests of the Data Controller, such as the right the right to legal defence. The processing of the Data for the purposes indicated in points (i), (ii) and (iii) above shall be carried out by Data Controller for the purpose of execute Participants’ application, for the assessment and possible selection of the projects and - in the event of effective selection and confirmation - for announcing and proclaiming the winners and therefore does not require Participants’ express consent (pursuant to article 6.1 letter (b) of the Regulations). For such uses, the release of the data requested by Istituto Marangoni is indispensable and, therefore, failure to provide such Data will prevent Participants’ application from being examined and, consequently, their participation in the Initiative (pursuant to article 6.1, letter (b) of the GDPR). Data processing for the purposes specified in points (iv) and (v) above is carried out to fulfil legal obligations, and therefore does not require Participants’ express consent (pursuant to article 6.1, letter (c) of the GDPR). Participants’ Data shall be processed by means of manual, computer and electronic tools, in any case able to guarantee the security thereof and to avoid unauthorized access to the Data. Participants’ Data and projects shall be communicated by Istituto Marangoni to third parties for the purposes of selecting and evaluating Projects within the scope of the Initiative. The release of Data for this purpose is necessary to participate in the Initiative. Pursuant to the Regulation, those whose Data are collected as a result of the participation in the Initiative are entitled to: a) obtain information on the existence of the data and the purpose for which the Data is processed, the storage period and the persons to whom the Data is disclosed; b) obtain disclosure of the Data in a format in common use, readable by any automatic, interoperable device; c) object to some or all of the processing; d) obtain the update, correction, integration, limitation, deletion, blocking or transformation of the Data to an anonymous form. Istituto Marangoni also remind that Participants are entitled to contact the Data Protection Authority ((Piazza di Monte Citorio, 121 – 00186 Rome RM) to assert Participants’ rights regarding the processing of the Data. Participants may exercise the rights set forth above by means of a written request to be sent to the Data Protection Officer (so called DPO) Frareg S.r.l. - Viale Jenner 38, 20159 Milano MI – Italy, appointed by Data Controller, on email address dpo@frareg.com who has been appointed by the Data Controller.

7. Use of personal data Participants

authorize Istituto Marangoni to use their Data and images, as well as to realize and acquire videos, photos, registrations and to consign their image through third parties and by any means and activity related to the Initiative within six months starting from the expiry of the Initiative. They grant to Istituto Marangoni the right of use the said “material” in the context of the publishing products under the direction of Istituto Marangoni and in the context of the institutional website and social networks of Istituto Marangoni and its successors. 8. Applicable law and jurisdiction The French law will govern the Initiative and the relations between the Participants. Any dispute that may arise between the promoters and the Participants will be of exclusive jurisdiction of the Court of Paris (France). 9. Exemption from the ministerial validation This Initiative is not a prize competition or lottery: as a result, no ministerial authorization is needed.