Acadamies In Italy

We Represent 2 Top Italian Academies

Namely the Domus Academy and the Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti (NABA); both ranked in the top spots of distinguished rank charts and accredited by the Italian Ministry of Higher Education. The Academies prep students for a thriving and successful career in Fashion, Graphics and Design, to not only meet but surpass industrial needs and expectations. Students are exposed to multicultural and multi-disciplinary academic lifestyles that help to further expand creative vision and connect with innovative minds from across the world. Make your choice; each Academy opens doors to rewarding pathways that help cement your place in the field as a recognized, highly qualified professional who’s an industrial all-rounder.

Top Tips for Studying in Italy

  1. Life in Italy may be much easier and convenient if you learn the national language, Italian. If you’re travelling to Italy for just a semester, best learn atleast a few key Italian phrases to communicate with the locals in your daily travel around and about.
  2. Travel in Italy is budget-friendly. Extensive train and bus networks are available and are designed exclusively for student travel. Don’t limit yourself to certain parts of a city just because of travel costs.
  3. Accommodation offerings in larger cities will be more costly than those in rural areas but larger cities may give you a wider range of options. The general standard of living in Italy may be quite high.
  4. Daily expenses may be partly covered by part-time work. Should you be a foreign student from an EU country, you will be governed by a different set of work regulations than students from non-EU countries. Part-time work can be taken up for a limited number of hours per week.
  5. Italy has more of a Mediterranean climate; expect mild weather, cool winters and hot summers. Pack accordingly, bearing in mind that what you pack is all you might be able to live on until you get settled in.

“We are committed to enrolling a community of learners and thinkers whose education will be enhanced by diverse experiences in preparation to serve in all segments of society.”

Mr. Loho | Chairman

Domus Academy

Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti (NABA)

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