Summer Design Scholarships 2016 - Entries Closed

One of the best ways to grow as a creative individual is to travel and gain exposure to a variety of cultures. Exploring new frontiers can change the way someone sees the world and they come back as a different person! Let us be the ones to get you there.

The summer of 2016 is a summer of design on Frontier! We are offering you the opportunity to spend July / August at one of two amazing creative locations: Milan, Italy or San Diego, California, US.

Whether you wish to gain unforgettable experiences in either the old world, surrounded by modern and traditional art and design in the ‘style capital’ Milan OR opt for the new world of California, where the vibrant and sunny coasts lead to the cutting edge of the creative technology industry – the decision is yours.

Our partners at NABA - Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milano and the NewSchool of Architecture and Design in San Diego came together and have offered four special scholarships to the members of Frontier. The scholarships will save you 50% off the course fee and we have two scholarships to give from each school. To sweeten the deal, Frontier will pay for your accommodations while you’re there!*

How to enter?
Entering for a chance to win this lifetime opportunity is easy - all we need is to look at your Frontier portfolio!

Follow these steps to apply:

  • Visit this page and pick your course(s) in Milan or San Diego 
  • If you are not already a member on Frontier, register here
  • Build a powerful portfolio on Frontier. We’d like to see a minimum of portfolio 6 pieces (ideally more). All artwork must be your original creation of course
  • Fill out the scholarship entry form on this page

The deadline is 26 April 2016.

*TERMS — You need to be at least 16 years old to apply and fluent in English.

Scholarship is 50% off the course fee and accomodation for the duration of one course. Flights, food and personal expenses are not included. You need to be eligible to enter the country of your chosen destination. Having a valid passport and visas (if necessary) are your responsibility.

All courses are open to all levels of experience. Institutions will not take any responsibility for the students’ choice of a course level that is not suitable to their background and skills.