Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci Offers Art, Fashion, Design Courses

By: Scuola Leonardo da Vinci

Florence, 25 July, 2007 -- Do you want to stay a semester in Italy while studying in the fields of Art, Design, Fashion, Graphic and Media design?
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci offers you the possibility to study during 6 months your Art specialization while learning Italian, in one of the most lively city of Italy: Milan.

Thanks to the collaboration with NABA (New Academy of Fine Arts and Design), the Italian Language School in Milan is able to offer to students the possibility of attending a semester inside a recognized University of Arts, choosing between one of the following areas:
- Art
- Italian Design
- Italian Fashion
- Graphic and Media Design

Before starting these ones, students have to attend a language course which can last from a minimum of 4 weeks to a maximum of 24 weeks, in order to reach the level requested to enter in the Art classes.
The Art courses have a duration of 12 weeks and consist of 144 lessons.

Milan is the capital of Fashion & Design in Italy, that's why taking an Art semester course in Milan is the way to plunge in the Italian Design & Fashion field.
The city of Milan always organizes many events, such as design expositions, fashion shows and art exhibitions, so that to spend a period of time here also means to have the possibility of participating to these events, discovering the last design styles and fashion trends and learning the "Italian way" in Fashion, Graphic and Design.

The first course is addressed to people who more need an Italian language study improvement and starts on 27th of August.

What are you waiting for?
Have a look at Scuola Leonardo Art semester courses and take your occasion!

For general questions, contact the Marketing Office of Scuola Leonardo da Vinci.

Information and Registration Center (Florence, Italy)
Tel.: +39-055-29.03.05
Fax: +39-055-290396
http://www.scuolaleonardo.com

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