Course of Two-year gold techniques

  • Course duration 2 Years
  • Language Italian
  • Course manager Edmondo Fanciullo
  • Start A / A October 2023
  • End A / A June 2025

The Goldsmithing Techniques course aims at a complete training of those who want to start a career as technicians in a jewelry lab. Subjects focus on the acquisition of every skills necessary to realize jewels, from the learning to the application of goldsmithing techniques. The outgoing figure is a real gold artisan who is able to realize high-quality products thanks to his /her practical competence.

Admission to the Goldsmithing Techniques Course 

Italian and foreigners citizens with an high school diploma or a degree can enroll to this course. This course is for a limited number of students only and they have to pass an aptitude test and a preliminary interview. You can make a reservation for the selections at any time of the year, by phone or by e-mail.


Harim | Euromediterranea Academy is associated with I.G.I Anversa

Duration of the course
The Goldsmithing Techniques course is two-year long. The academic year starts in October and ends in May. The educational program offers a full immersion of 8 hours a week (8 hours a day once a week). This program is suitable for non-resident students. Our information office is at students’ beck and call for advices about the choice of the course and the planning accommodation of non-resident students. At the end of the academic year, the competence of the student is evaluated with oral exams and projects and students are rated.
Job opportunities
Italian goldsmithing industry is a key element of made-in-Italy handicraft and it has a top-position in the international market. The outgoing figures are high-trained lab goldsmiths, who can work in industrial, semi-industrial and artisan companies but also in specialized professional studios.
Graduation release
At the end of the course, a two-year Goldsmithing Techniques diploma is released to students.
Post-curricular area
Seminars, fairs of the sector and exhibitions. Personal collections. HARIMAG
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