The Postgraduate Diploma in Fab Academy BCN: Applications and Implications of Digital Fabrication is the local chapter of the Distributed Digital Fabrication program directed by Neil Gershenfeld of MIT’s Center For Bits and Atoms and based on MIT’s rapid prototyping course: How to Make (Almost) Anything. Fab Academy focuses on personal fabrication – prototyping your ideas into products.
It is an intensive five-month program that teaches students to envision, design and prototype projects using digital fabrication tools and machines. It is a multi-disciplinary and hands-on learning experience that empowers students to learn-by-doing and inspires them to make stuff locally to become active participants in sustainable cities and communities.
IAAC-Fab Lab Barcelona offers 1 x 50% Scholarship for the Postgraduate Diploma in Fab Academy BCN: Applications and Implications of Digital Fabrication, valued in 7.500€.
This program grants 45 ECTS granted by the School of Professional and Executive Development at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia – European Higher Education Area (EHEA).