Why choose the field of textiles and polygraphy? Because it provides a good foundation for continuous career growth. The Faculty of Textiles and Polygraphy (FTP) within the Technical University of Moldova collaborates with the most important employers in the field and offers the chance to be employed even during study years to the students who prove to be the best. More was discussed at the online meeting, during the Open Doors Days at FTP.

How can you become a student of this well-known faculty? The answer is simple: all you need is desire and passion for fashion, art, beauty, style and modeling. FTP will give you the opportunity to discover the fascinating world of specialties that unify technology, science and art. The Faculty applies the same principle in the training of designers, modelers, painters-decorators and engineers: openness to visions, imagination and creativity.

FTP teachers – dean Valentina BULGARU, vice dean Svetlana CANGAŞ, head of the Department of Design and Technologies in Textiles and Polygraphy, Marcela IROVAN, heads of the study programs Alina TOCARCIUC (Industrial Fashion Design), Olga SUGAC (Design and Technology of Textile Confections), Lucia ADASCALIŢA and Viorica CAZAC (Polygraph Design and Technologies), Nicolai ISCHIMJI (Engineering of Textile and Leather products), Angela GHELBET, member of the Admission Committee from FTP, together with Radu MELNIC, the secretary of the UTM Admission Committee, spoke about the various projects and academic mobility programs through which FTP students have the opportunity to gain new experiences, which they can later translate into their own creations. For this purpose, the Instituto Internazionale Fashion Design & Marketing POLIMODA, Florence and the Academia di Belle Arti di Como Aldo Galli, Italy; University of Lisbon, Portugal; University of ST. Ambrose, Iowa, USA; University of Oradea, Romania, etc., opened their doors for FTP students.

See you tomorrow, online, at the Faculty of Economic Engineering and Business!

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