The BA in New Technologies for Applied Arts, alongside NABA BA in Media Design and Multimedia Arts, completes the Academyâ€™s educational proposals in the multimedia arts sector. The course, in fact, has been conceived to train three types of professional figures, respectively in the fields of motion graphics, 3D design and animation, and game development.
Over the three years students will complete design work and participate in workshops to gain an insight into the common features of these subjects (during the first year in particular) and will then specialise in the application of one subject.
At the end of their studies, graduates will be ready to either begin their professional careers in the chosen field or embark on a two-years Master of Arts degree.
After completing the course, students will be able to:
- Design and create complex graphics objects
- Produce high-quality motion graphics projects
- Devise and create articulated 3D projects
- Create complex design and animation projects
- Design games, including characters, dynamics and interactions
- Create video games using the main development platforms
*New Technologies for Applied Arts
History of Cinema and Video, Multimedia Drama, Linear Audiovisuals, Audio and Mixing, New Media Integrated Techniques, Digital Cultures, Digital Applications for Art I, IT skills
Creative Writing, New Media Integrated Techniques II, Multimedia Communication, Digital Video, Multimedia Performance Theory and Techniques, Computer Games I, Digital Applications for Art II, Multimedia Design I, Project Culture, Illustration, Digital Modeling Techniques, Multimedia Installations, Net Marketing
Digital Application for Art III, New media Aesthetics, Mew Media Integrated Techniques III, Multimedia Design II, Computer Games II, Communication Processes Analysis, Multimedia Installations, Visual Phaenomenology, Semiotics of Arts, Sociology of Cultural Processes
STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES
Through exchange programmes, NABA's International Office encourages and supports students wishing to study abroad.
The office promotes educational experiences at numerous prestigious international partner universities worldwide, including members and non-members of the Laureate International Universities network. Thanks to this vast international network, students at NABA are able to spend periods of study abroad, enriching their educational curriculum and laying the groundwork for increasingly international future careers.
International study opportunities are mainly provided as part of the Erasmus+ project promoted by the European Commission, the International Exchange Program for destinations outside of Europe, the Semester Abroad Program at the Laureate group Universities and short summer courses.
NABA counts more than 50 cooperation agreements with European academies and universities through the Erasmus+ Programme; the Academy also counts more than 20 international cooperation agreements with several universities outside Europe.
Visit this link for more information on the Erasmus+ Programme and international exchange.