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NABA expands its Summer educational offer to those who want to experience international and summer study sessions in the city of Milan, attending full-immersion courses held in English by design professionals.

In addition to the areas of Fashion Design, Design, Visual & Digital Arts and Italian Culture & Lifestyle, summer courses will now also include the fields of Multimedia Arts, Graphic Design and Visual Arts.

The new Summer Courses are:

GAME DEVELOPMENT
INTERACTION DESIGN WITH TOUCH BOARD
YOUTUBE CONTENT CREATION AND CHANNEL MANAGEMENT
CREATIVE CODING
BOARD GAME DESIGN
VIRTUAL REALITY AND 360° VIDEO PRODUCTION
DRAWING I 
DRAWING II 
ART DISCOVERY I 
ART DISCOVERY II 
CURATION AND EXHIBITION DESIGN

CREDITS

NABA will award ECTS credits for its Summer Courses, making it easier for students to transfer their credits to other Universities and Academies that use or acknowledge the ECTS system.
Upon successful completion of each 2-week summer course (45 hours of classes), NABA will issue 3 ECTS credits that can be transferred at the option of each student’s home university.
Interested students should require NABA ECTS course syllabus to NABA Summer Courses Office at summer@naba.it and submit it to their home universities in order to verify the possibility of having the ECTS credits issued by NABA. In order to obtain the ECTS credits students must be over 18, have completed High School, are currently enrolled in a university, and must meet  the admission requirements of the course and achieve  the course’s learning outcomes and objectives.

HOUSING

NABA helps international students find accommodation. Students can choose between single and shared rooms within walking distance from Campus or apartments managed by the school.
Furthermore, NABA has developed agreements with a number of real estate agencies that have a variety of apartments in different areas of the city as well as numerous contacts with private landlords. NABA also has special deals with hostels, residence and hotels.
For further information, please contact NABA Housing Office via email at short@milanhousing.it or via phone at +39 02 97 372 295

VISA

Please check with an Italian embassy or consulate in your country of origin to determine whether you need a visa to enter Italy.
If you do need a VISA, NABA will provide you with an admission certificate (upon complete payment of your tuition fees) so that you can obtain a visa from your local Italian embassy/consulate.
Please be aware that the visa application and issuing process may take more than a month, so consider applying for your visa well in advance. It is your responsibility to apply for the visa in time.
In the event that your visa application is denied, NABA will reimburse your full tuition fee (minus the 150 EUR administrative fee) only if you send proof of the visa rejection (that is, the official letter or email sent by the embassy/consulate denying the visa).

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