NABA collaborates with a wide network of Italian and foreign Universities and Academies and has signed various international agreements to promote international students’ access to its curricula. Among the Institutions that cooperate with NABA it is worth mentioning Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (London), Parsons Paris School of Art and Design (Paris), National Institute of Fashion Technology (New Delhi and Mumbai); Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok), Stroganov Academy and Marhi University (Moscow).
NABA has partnership agreements with 44 European Academies and Universities through the LLP/Erasmus Program and with 13 extra- European Universities, among which Pratt Institute, San Francisco State University, Rhode Island School of Design and Nagoya University. On its campus, NABA organises Summer Programs and Semester Abroad Programs for foreign students that are accredited by the US University System in collaboration with Philadelphia University and West Virginia University.
Moreover, NABA participates in the Planetary Collegium, a PhD Program in Arts and technologies organised by the University of Plymouth.
Since it was founded, NABA has joined various international networks, among which it is worth mentioning:
ELIA (European League of Institutes of the Arts) including over 350 Universities in the field of Arts and Design, Theatre, Music, Dance, Cinema in the European Community, in Eastern Europe and worldwide.
On 21st December 2009 NABA joined Laureate Education, an international network of accredited universities that includes a community of over 740,000 students on more than 60 institutions in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia.
The International Relations Office also assists international students providing information on programs, students’ services, visa requirements, pre-enrolment procedures through Italian Consulates and Embassies, language requirements, housing, cost of living in Milan.
The International Relations Office aims to facilitate the admission and integration of international students into daily academic life.