The Foundation Course represents an interdisciplinary preparatory program aimed at candidates who have a high school diploma or other qualification deemed suitable, but who do not fully satisfy the admission requirements for a three-year degree course.
At the end of this course, students will have acquired adequate linguistic, historical and cultural skills to be able to proceed with the admission test and subsequently enroll in a three-year degree course.
The program is available both in English and Italian.
Upon successful completion of the Foundation Course, students will receive a certificate issued by NABA.
During the Foundation Course, students will be offered various opportunities to achieve key learning objectives, including:
- Improve language skills.
- Acquire knowledge about methodologies and some historical processes related to design and visual arts in field of interest
- Know the Italian historical-cultural-social context.