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|Type||Private fashion school|
|Location||Milan, Lombardy, Italy
A London campus was opened in Fashion Street, Shoreditch, in 2003. A Paris campus on avenue Raymond Poincaré opened in October 2006, and a Shanghai campus in 2012.
There are about 2,200 students of 70 nationalities in the three campuses.
The Istituto Marangoni is not listed by the Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, the Italian ministry of education, among the institutions authorised to award degrees in music, dance and the arts.
About 40,000 students have graduated.[unreliable source?] Alumni include Franco Moschino, Domenico Dolce (who left after four months, believing that the school had nothing to teach him), Alessandra Facchinetti and Rafael Lopez.[unreliable source?]
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