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From June to August, NABA offers two-week intensive courses in the fields of Design, Fashion, Fine Arts, Multimedia Arts, Communication, Italian Culture in Milan and Rome. All Summer Courses are conducted in English.
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You will be immersed in Italy’s thriving creative community through visits to museums, companies, production facilities, and design studios. Guided by skilled Italian and international professionals, you will explore trends in fashion and design and learn how to research and present a creative idea.

Overview Summer courses

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Area: Media Design and new Technologies

3D character design
Introductory level

During this course, students will be introduced to the world of CGI, throughout the fundamental teachings of polygonal modeling. The course objective is to teach participants how to develop humanoid and mechanical figures. This course includes the teaching of basic knowledge of Maya software, the use of well-defined shootings, and practical workshops.

Objectives
  • Acquire the basic instruments for the production of 3D models inside Autodesk Maya
  • Create a 3D model in Maya
  • Develop modeling techniques for character production

Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Milan

Concept Art
Introductory level

From videogame to Movies, Concept Artists are often the one responsible to define and develop eye-catching artworks that help to bring ideas to life. Scope of the course it’ll be to introduce students to the world of Concept Art, towards a practical approach the students will explore ideas and learn techniques used by many digital artists that work in the entertainment industry. The students will need to develop their own ideas starting from an initial briefing, as it can be during a normal production pipeline in a Studio or for a Production.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd 
Campus: Milan and Rome

Game development
Introductory level

Learn how to create video games using Unity 3D, a free-to-use game development engine. You will have the opportunity to develop 3D gaming experiences with sophisticated storylines, interactions, aesthetics, and technical aspects. You will discover how to use the core features of the software while designing your very first game – starting with learning how to create a new project and manage your game assets.

Objectives
  • Develop a fully playable prototype in Unity: installation and setup, pathfinding, lighting and light mapping
  • Acquire basic elements of artificial intelligence, camera animations, character animations, scripting, materials, skyboxes, sound effects, and music
  • Develop high-level gaming experiences from a technical, narrative and interactive point of view

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan

Sound Branding
Introductory level

What is a brand? It is a promise with a name and a value. The identity of a brand is communicated involving all the senses of the recipient: visual, olfactory, tactile, architectural and acoustic. Within the set of human senses, the course of Sound Branding aims at focusing on the value of sound in building a brand identity. The course combines critical-cultural knowledge, creative research and technical and technological practice with the analysis and design of the Sound Brand.

Objectives
  • acquire knowledge necessary for the production of sound branding project
  • introduce students to the sound dimension of the sound brand in all its practical features
  • apply the theoretical and technical knowledge in the different operational contexts of sound brand.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan

Sound Design
Introductory level

The training offered by the Sound Design course combines critical-cultural knowledge, creative research and technical and technological practice and the analysis and design of sound in different production areas: from electronic music production to sound design for film, television and radio.

Objectives
  • acquire knowledge necessary for the production of sound design project
  • introduce students to the sound dimension in all its practical features
  • apply the theoretical and technical knowledge in the different operational contexts of sound design.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Milan


Area: Visual Arts

Art discovery: from classical to contemporary
Experience course

In this full-immersion journey, students will discover why Rome is known as the “Eternal City” as they will explore this timeless city while growing their knowledge of classical but also contemporary arts. The course alternates lectures and visits to Rome’s most iconic monuments, museums, and exhibitions in order to show how to catch the different way to understand the artistic life of the city. The aim of the course is to guide the students along this long stretch of time using a set of carefully selected places and works of art, which will help students to understand the numerous and most significant changes and developments in the world of Italian art.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Rome

Curatorial studies and exhibition design
Intermediate level

The work of the curator includes a plurality of skills with multiple approaches to understand present times, to interact with the past, and to produce new perspectives.

Objectives
  • Develop curatorial projects, from the research and production of a concept, to its organization and display
  • Acquire experience and confidence in expressing their curatorial project
  • Develop a better knowledge of artists, exhibitions and key theories in the context of 20th and 21st century.

Milan: Session 1  June 28th – July 8th

Hand illustration
Introductory level

The course will show different techniques, processes and approaches to hand drawing, addressed to students who have no background in illustration and for students who are attending or will attend their first year of university studies in art and design.

Objectives

  • Acquire the basic technical and artistic skills necessary to turn their imagination into professional illustrations.
  • Drawing according to the rules of perspective and composition
  • Acquire a creative sign.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Milan

Portrait drawing and painting
Introductory level

This course aims at teaching how to create a realistic portrait, or build on the students existing skills through practicing on drawing the human face, using photographs and live models. Students will work through a variety of exercises to develop precise techniques and a personal style, with a special emphasis on form and color, observing proportions, rendering color and shadow, and making quick sketches that convey a range of emotions. In its second phase the course aims to dive into different aspects of the realm of painting, by reflecting upon the methods used to represent subjects, and by experimenting with several techniques. Through the exploration of different styles and the use of several materials, students will acquire the knowledge needed not solely to learn about the realm of painting, but also to develop their own unique style.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Rome

Sketching around
Experience course

Students will develop their drawing skills while exploring the ancient city of Rome, its monuments, museums, and the everyday places where Roman people gather to enjoy life. As they make quick drawing and painting sketches outdoor and indoor different environments, they will practice how to capture tone, colour, light, and atmosphere by using a variety of drawing and painting techniques.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Rome

Travel photography
Experience course

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of photography while exploring Rome, one of the world’s most historic and beautiful cities, and Milan, one of the world’s most dynamic and cosmopolitan cities. Through practical workshops, you will experiment with creative composition, camera controls, lighting, and color films. The lecturer will guide you through the discovery of narrative aspects of travel photography, focusing on portraying places, events, and themes, and on using storytelling techniques as tools to communicate your experience and vision. You will also gain familiarity with a variety of techniques to correct or improve images through the use of computer software.

Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Rome


Area: Design

Design gallery
Introductory level

This course introduces the tradition of product design linked to the Italian territory. Through the analysis of high-level design linked to the world of craftsmanship, the student will be able to develop his/her own idea and project. The frame of style and the language of the city of Rome, will provide elements of inspiration for the creation of new design scenarios.

Objectives

This course is intended for students without any academic background in the specific subject area and for students attending their first year of university studies in Art and Design.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Rome

Interior design for hotels
Advanced level

If you are a final-year design student or have some working experience in the field of interior design and are interested in exploring new creative opportunities, this is your course.  The course will enable participants to understand the combination of aesthetics, functional and operational aspects to design successful hotels. Students will acquire the ability to solve design problems, open their imagination, find alternative solution, be inspired by space and context.

Objectives

Students will:

  • Directly experience basic Hospitality Design business practices, including the ability to organize design projects and to work productively as a member of a team.
  • Analyze contemporary hotel typologies, the latest hotel design trends and information regarding materials, furniture, and lighting.
  • Gain knowledge and skills in the use of basic tools, techniques, technologies, and processes.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Milan

Interior design I
Introductory level

This course is intended for students who have no background in interior design and who are attending or will attend their first year of university studies in art and design. A full immersion course will provide students with an overview of the Italian Design methodology. Students will be provided with the necessary tools to analyze the elements of space and will have the opportunity to dive into intensive project works. Students will be introduced in the world of design in all its aspect and through experimentation, they will learn to recognize the various design typologies and spaces.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students shall be able to:

  • Analyze contemporary interior spaces through observation, based on personal research of Italian art and design into the city
  • Take personal notes through drawings, pictures, texts
  • Design an interior layout for a special location in the city selected on the first phase of the course and present the final results in a sort of class exhibition

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Session 3:  July 25th – August 5th
Campus: Milan

Interior design II
Intermediate level

This course is studied for students with a background and/or experience in the field of Interior Design. Students will have the chance to analyze contemporary interior spaces and develop a designer’s professional attitude searching for materials, inspired by city exploration. The project-based work will be geared toward the creation of a model of interior design, using only regenerated or discarded materials. Final results will be presented in a final class exhibition.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students shall be able to:

  • Analyze contemporary interior spaces through observation based on personal research of Italian art and design into the city of Milan
  • Develop a professional attitude in acting an interior designer and searching for materials as source of inspiration
  • Develop a project with physical model of interior layout, using different materials and technique.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd 
Campus: Milan

Italian Interior Design
Introductory level

A full-immersion course that will provide students with an overview of the Italian design methodology. Students will be introduced to the analysis of the elements of space, and they will have the opportunity to focus specifically on interior design, and to dive into intensive project works. Students will use lifestyle, art and design research in Rome to develop an interior space plan.

Objectives

This course is intended for students without any academic background in the specific subject area and for students attending their first year of university studies in Art and Design.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Rome

Lighting design

Advanced level

This course is intended for final-year university students, and for those people with some working experience in the field of design. Students will explore overall vision of the art of lighting and its related functions, from a technical and stylistic point of view. Students will assimilate theoretical data and awareness about the lighting design field. Students will develop a final project consisting in a new light system applied to an interior design case history.

Objectives

During this course, students:

  • will be led through the principles of correct evaluation related to the lighting system.
  • will develop a final project consisting in a new light system applied to an interior design case history
  • will develop a personal design language conform to the visual task requirements.

Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Milan

Product design I
Introductory level

This course is studied for students who have no background in product design and for students who are attending or will attend their first year of university studies  in art and design. Students will be introduced in the creative approach and exposed to the design process. They will have the opportunity to dive into intensive project work geared toward creative thinking and exploring form and functionality.

Objectives

During this course, students:

  • will understand what exists behind the creation of the product and will develop a design sensibility towards creative thinking and exploration
  • will work in small groups developing their creative process from the idea to the final presentation, learning design methodology
  • will work on a real small model with the use of proper tools.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Milan

Product design II
Intermediate level

This course is suitable for students with some background in product design, and for students who have completed one or two years of university studies in art and design. Students will develop a project that consists of a coordinated product line, created by using hand or digital drawing, as well as a prototype product model. Specific workshops, that will focus on materials, on the history of design, and on the biography of an object, will expose students to multiple possible approaches.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe selected aspects of a product design
  • Demonstrate basic product design skills and understand contemporary design through the development of a coordinated product, using hand and digital drawing
  • Design and execute a basic prototype model.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan


Area: Fashion Design

Accessories design
Intermediate level

Focused on the discovery of the fundamentals of luxury accessories brand collections, specifically of Made-in-Italy shoes and bags, the aim of the course is to plan a new Luxury accessory brand made in Italy. Students will learn to recognize Contemporary Luxury Accessories brands in Italy and to develop a new conscience about the Luxury Accessory field. Students will have to develop a personal collection proposal for a Luxury accessory brand.

Objectives

During the course, students will:

  • coordinate and develop a new luxury accessories brand
  • acquire the technical methodology to make shoes and bags
  • evaluate knowledge on Made in Italy accessory design

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan

Costume design for cinema
Intermediate level

This course is dedicated to students who want to get an overview of the process of costume design for the performance industry, along with an understanding of the important role that costuming plays in character creation. During the first week, students will investigate the world of costumes by analysing and discussing images, videos, and readings to discover how historical factors, character personalities, proportion, colour, materials, and tailoring techniques play into the process. They will make several visits to tailors’ shops, theatres, and costume archives. During the second week, students will work with into groups to design a portfolio of costumes for a live performance or a film. Depending on available time and participants’ skills, it might also be possible to create a costume prototype.

Requirements

This course is intended for students with some background in that specific subject area and for students attending or having completed one or two years of their university studies in Art and Design who are keen on building upon this through hands-on training experience.

Session 3:  26th – August 5th
Campus: Rome

Fashion design I
Introductory level

An inspiring discovery of the Italian Fashion pipeline with lectures by experienced professionals and guided visits to Milan’s best fashion areas and showrooms. Students will be given an overview of the Italian Fashion System, and they will learn to produce fashion sketches, carry out research to be used to develop a fashion collection.  Students will work in groups and will realize a research for the fashion project.

Objectives
  • Will learn how to plan and settle down a fashion collection from the initial research to a professional output
  • Will learn basics of fashion sketches and fashion technical drawing
  • Will learn how to produce a professional portfolio.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Milan

Fashion design II
Intermediate level

An innovative approach to the Italian Fashion System, discovering the reasons of success of the big Italian brands thanks to the trips on the most important fashion location in Milan. In addition to lessons at school, students will experience studio and workshop practice, working on the realization of a prototype with different handcraft tailoring methods. Students could improve their skills in sewing and drawing. Concepts, moods and themes will be developed to provide inspiration for clothing, color and shape.

Objectives
  • to improve and enrich technical and design skills,
  • to complete research activity with the aim of designing a collection,
  • to design a collection and produce a prototype.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan

Fashion design: from haute couture to pret-a-porter
Experience course

In Rome, students will discover and focus on haute couture, hence high-end garments that are customized and hand-tailored using unique and unusual materials. Lectures will explore the history and development of haute couture up to present-day role in the fashion industry. In Milan, instead, students will discover and focus on a social and cultural analysis of the Italian fashion industry, exploring the philosophies, styles, and business structures of some of the most iconic Italian fashion brands. Participants will be invited to consider how designers combine the quality of haute couture with the practical market needs of prêt-à-porter collections.

Objectives
  • Gain awareness on the context and artistic development of the Italian style and fashion system
  • Develop a prêt-à-porter collection through mood boards, illustrations, texts, videos, or the creation of a moulage (draping textile) prototype
  • Conduct a personal research project on traditional and contemporary approaches to fashion design.

Session:  July 4th – July 15th
Campus: Milan and Rome

Fashion digital drawing
Introductory level

This course introduces students to the world of fashion digital drawing. 
Through this course, students will learn the following subjects: the basic drawing skills in a digital way with the software of Adobe, the study of both female and male anatomy; the drawing of several pieces of clothing as instructed by the lecturer (jacket, trousers, skirt, blouse, t-shirt), the colouring techniques used for each piece of clothing (including the replica of the textile materials) and the introduction to technical drawing. 

Objectives

This course is intended for students without any academic background in the specific subject area and for students attending their first year of university studies in Art and Design.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Milan

Fashion film
Introductory level

This course introduces students to the world of fashion films.
It will provide students the necessary tools and basic technical skills regarding the making of a short fashion film.
Participants will be inspired to develop their own ideas and their potential to the fullest. Personal research and observation will be used to analyse contemporary fashion films and students will be required to develop the project of their own short film based on a personal concept.

Objectives

This course is intended for students without any academic background in the specific subject area and for students attending their first year of university studies in Art and Design.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Rome

Fashion image and styling I
Introductory level

An approach to Italian Fashion System: interpreting personality, lifestyle and needs of the audience through the application of trend skills, creating looks for a fashion magazine, and proposing new fashion images using clothing, accessories, photos and location combos.Students will present a photographic fashion magazine shooting or photographic fashion shooting for a fashion blog.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students will acquire:

  • professional skills in all creative process of the fashion industry from the value proposition to the promotion of a brand or a fashion product,
  • expertise of the stylist,
  • techniques to create a concept look for an editorial fashion shooting combining clothing, accessories, make-up, and location.

Milan and Rome: Session 1  June 28th – July 8th
Milan: Session 3  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Milan and Rome

Fashion image and styling II
Intermediate level

This course is focused on the field of Fashion Styling through a blended teaching method: theoretical and practical lessons, included the possibility to visit fashion show rooms. A specific technical training is used in order to give to students all the necessary tools to produce a new image: make-up techniques, hair shape, location, light, photography. Students will produce a real photo shooing using their imagination and creativity.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students will acquire:

  • capacity to analyze the emerging trends as a part of a new culture of the fashion image,
  • skills to create a own editorial image,
  • expertise to develop a styling project for a fashion magazine.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan

Fashion marketing and communication
Introductory level

Learning by doing: a mix of theoretical lessons, field trips and practical workshops, this course focuses on the fashion industry through a business and management perspective. Students will be introduced to fundamentals such as fashion industry sourcing, supply chain, fashion buying cycle, vendor selection and fashion buying decision criteria, internationalization of fashion retailing, international branding.

Objectives

At the end of the course students, will have acquired:

  • necessary tools to understand the dynamic context of Italian and international fashion business
  • core elements of marketing
  • various marketing techniques and activities and their specific employment in the fashion business

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Milan

Textile design
Advanced level

The course is divided in two connected parts. During the theoretical part, students will acquire the basic knowledge about the available materials, structures and techniques of weaving and printing. Then, students could put into practice what learned in theory, during the second laboratorial and practical part. Students will learn to evaluate the most appropriate techniques to be applied to a fabric. Once chosen a specific situation, students will produce a mini project.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students will acquire the following concepts:

  • Today’s Fashion Textiles market and notions
  • Tissue in general
  • Textile fibers, textile printing and textile dyeing.

Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th 
Campus: Milan

Visual merchandising
Intermediate level

Learning by doing a mix of theoretical lessons, field trips and practical workshops, the aim of the course is the analysis of visual merchandising strategies for showrooms, concept stores, mono- brand stores, and department stores.  Students can understand the basis of fashion business and fashion buying, retailing and merchandising as a result of the analytical and critical teaching approach used during the course. Students will learn how to develop an idea to realize their own retail strategy as final project.

Objectives

During the course, students could:

  • Learn the most recent fashion industry developments,
  • Understand the tools used to create a strategic language for fashion brands,
  • Analyze the strategies of a Fashion Brand.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan


Area: Communiction and Graphic Design

Digital illustration I
Introductory level

Throughout this course, students will learn how to create effective graphic vector images applicable in many different professional and design areas. Focusing on practice, through practicing with various tools, students will learn to create from simple graphs to basic shapes, icons, illustrations, and logos.

Objectives
  • Develop the technical skills and the ability to organize the visual elements necessary to communicate concepts and experiences across various software
  • Produce attractive illustrations for print and social media
  • Learn the basic technical and artistic skills necessary to turn imagination into professional illustrations.

Session 1:  June 28th – July 8th
Campus: Milan

Digital illustration II
Intermediate level

This course aims to introduce students to the field of motion graphics. By implementing photos, illustration, text and vector graphics, students will acquire knowledge on how to set up a project and to import creative content into software in order to develop simple animations. Alternating lectures to practice, students will learn eventually to create short videos or GIFs.

Objectives
  • Develop the basic skills using Adobe After Effects and Maxon Cinema4D in a confident and effective way
  • Create and edit images, audio and video to create short videos and animated GIFs.
  • Develop illustrations for publishing (magazines and book covers), animation (inspirational drawings) and new media (tablets, apps..)

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan

Motion graphic
Intermediate level

The course explores the field of Motion Graphic by focusing on and putting into practice After Effects software skills, for the realization of a concrete project that can be integrated in Graphic Design projects or other multimedia productions – characterized by different types of animations – experimentation and a correct use of dynamism.

The main professional techniques used for the production of audiovisual films will be addressed, ranging between different techniques, formats and application types: in web design (banners and SVG animations), for broadcasting (opening / closing credits for cinema and TV), in development motion branding and bumper logo, explainer videos and animated infographics, but also short films, commercials, promos and showreels.

Thanks to the implementation of Maxon Cinema4D, basics of 3D modeling will also be addressed, integrating compositing and color correction in line with the project development.

Objectives

The course is dedicated to students interested in an in-depth study on Motion Design techniques and for Graphic Designers interested in the field of contemporary computer graphics, animation techniques, and in general interested in insights useful for multiple design purposes and creative direction productions aiming at different media and communication devices.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Rome

Urban brand design
Intermediate level

This course aims to introduce participants to the topic of branding, focusing especially within the context of local brands and landmarks, such as regions and cities. Empowered by their communication approach, a must for every entity is to work on the definition of their image and perception, both from a commercial and from an institutional point of view. The target of GRAPHIC DESIGN AND COMMUNICATION Field territorial branding is to build brand experiences for tourism or institutions, in order to increase the capacity to reach new audience, through a process of brand design and experience design: research, analysis of values, and defining a strategy. Relying on case-studies for inspiration, students will engage in workshops to learn how to emphasize features and how to build communication strategies suitable in many business contexts. This course is intended for students with some background in that specific subject area and to students attending or having completed one or two years of their university studies in Art and Design who are keen on building upon this through hands-on training experience.

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Rome

Visual design
Introductory level

During this course, students will gain knowledge of the different visual communication concepts and tools. Participants will be guided through a path marked by both lectures and practical workshops in order to learn digital skills and the methods of visual representation. At the end of the course, each student will be able to find his own visual style and to develop his own personal project.

Objectives
  • Develop an integrated communication project that combines traditional and new media (outdoor & press adv campaign with a digital / social network campaign)
  • Use the visual language as a personal and professional way to communicate
  • Analyze the visual languages in the communication

Session 2:  July 12th – July 22nd
Campus: Milan

Visual storytelling
Intermediate level

The course is part of visual design and introduces participants to a form of visual storytelling that is able to integrate the creation of images and textual content. The student will be accompanied in the development of a narrative and in the discovery of their own tone of voice and stylistic output that can be expressed in a project with a different creative form (graphic novel, comics, visual storytelling, art book, sketchbook).
The urban experience, the contact with the city and its different souls will be the object of study, inspiration and research for students with the aim of creating a final project of personal and experimental visual storytelling.

Objectives

The course is aimed at students from fine arts academies or who in general already have skills in illustration (one year of university studies in Visual Design) and who intend to deepen their knowledge through practical experience.

Session 3:  July 26th – August 5th
Campus: Rome


Standard sessions 2022

  • 1st session Summer  (Milan & Rome) – 28th June – 8th July
  • 2nd session Summer (Milan & Rome) – 12th July – 22nd July
  • 3rd session Summer (Milan & Rome) – 26th July – 5th august

Two Cities, Double Experience 2022

  • Rome 4th – 8th July & Milan 11th – 15th July

Levels

NABA Summer Courses are intensive research and project-based trainings, which include:
• INTRODUCTORY LEVEL COURSE: intended for students without any academic background in the specific subject area and for students attending their first year of university studies in Art and Design
•• INTERMEDIATE LEVEL COURSES: for students with some background in that specific subject area and to students attending or having completed one or two years of their university studies in Art and Design who are keen on building upon this through hands-on training experience
••• ADVANCED LEVEL COURSE: for final year university students or those with some initial work experience in the field willing to explore new opportunities combining strategy and creativity.

Structure of the courses

First part: Theory – online lectures – 10 lessons of 2 hours per course
Second part: Project – a project will be assigned to students to be done in virtual groups
Third part: Interaction with students – live sessions with the groups of students for project and course review
N.B. Upon successful completion of each 2-week summer course in Milan, in Rome (45 hours) as well as for the Two Cities, Double Experience programme (50 hours), NABA will issue 3 CFA credits that can be transferred at the option of each student’s home university. 

Tuition fees 2022

€ 1.795 for a 2-week session
€ 2.995 for a 4-week session
€ 4.195 for a 6-week session

Scholarship Competition

NABA launches every year Scholarship Competitions for its Summer Courses.

Admission requirements

All classes are held in English, so a fluent understanding is required
Students must meet the eligibility criteria of the chosen course, as NABA will not take any responsibility for students who choose a course level that is not suitable to their abilities
NABA accepts applications by students from 18 years of age. In case of applicants who are 16 and show a strong motivation to NABA Introductory courses, they will be considered upon a written declaration of responsibility signed by both parents or legal guardians.

Contact Italstudio for more details and/or Application form.


Contact en aanmelding

Tel. 0345 52 01 52 – info@italstudio.nl (vraag inschrijfformulier “NABA Summer Courses”)
Neem contact met Italstudio op voor nadere informatie of aanmelding.

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Italstudio - Colosseum in Rome
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