Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti Milano - NABA - Italian design school:
NABA is a highly-renowned school of Visual Arts, Communication, Design and Restoration located in Milan, Italy - the recognised capital of fashion, publishing and design. NABA trains students and professionals in a range of design and visual arts fields through our undergraduate / graduate degree programs and diplomas as well as short courses and summer courses.Email: Contact us below ( or request a callback ).Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree Programs:
NABA offer three year undergraduate degree courses in the following subjects:
gn (product, interior and exhibition design)
- Fashion Design
- Theatre Design
- Graphic Design
- Media Design
- Visual Arts
Language of Instruction:
All NABA BA Programs are taught in Italian, therefore international students need to master the Italian language to be able to attend classes successfully. According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the required level of knowledge of Italian would be B1. NABA offers to international candidates an intensive course of technical Italian for design during the month of September whose cost is included in the application fee.
NABA intensive course of technical Italian for design is meant to improve and refine students’ language skills, hence students are highly recommended to acquire at least a lower intermediate level of Italian before enrolling into the course.
About our Bachelor of Arts degree programs:
NABA education is varied and provides different learning methods for individual and group work:
- Theoretical-critical lessons: students acquire the cultural and methodological tools necessary to enter the job market with awareness and a critical attitude
- Design laboratories: students can develop self-chosen assignments or projects in cooperation with institutions and companies
- Tool laboratories: students acquire the various techniques and learn how to use the tools necessary to develop projects
Participation in cross-disciplinary activities and workshops involving different subjects is part of NABA didactic approach and encourages collaborations with professionals, thus broadening the students’ cultural horizons. Students get to know both the art world and the professional world thanks to guided museum visits, meetings with artists, professionals and companies, thereby receiving creative stimuli.
Special emphasis is set on individual work through the realisation of self-chosen projects, the participation in the Socrates/Erasmus exchange program, and in short training periods and internships.