API in Italy
API offers comprehensive semester, summer and year study abroad programs in Florence, Rome, and Syracuse, Italy. All courses are conducted in English, and Italian language classes are offered at all levels. Topics of study include culinary studies, humanities, international studies, social sciences, studio art, and natural sciences.
Accelerated One-Year/Semester Art Program in Florence
Accademia Riaci, set in the heart of Florence, offers unique, quality, diploma-bearing art courses in various in more than 15 Artistic Majors to choose from for emerging artists. Take this opportunity to learn directly from some of the leading Florentine artists, with tailored instruction of basic to higher level skills & techniques, of both the most traditional and the latest trends.
Masters Course of Art, Design, and Language.
Accademia Riaci's Masters' program in pursuit of higher Artistic Development in more than 15 majors of art, design, and language. REQUIREMENTS: Graduate of Riaci's BASIC and/or ONE-YEAR COURSE; Graduates of 4 year colleges in design; Equivalent working / training exerience in a specific field, and desire to pursue their studies in a further advanced level.
Contact: email@example.com, www.accademiariaci.info
The Aegean Center for the Fine Arts
Italy/Greece Fall Semester
The Fall Session at the Aegean Center begins in the Tuscan city of Pistoia, Italy, and concludes at our permanent facility on the Greek island of Paros. This schedule allows participants to study and base work on the two most important inter-related Mediterranean traditions of art in a single program.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.aegeancenter.org
Center for Study Abroad (CSA)
University of Macerata — Summer School
Study Italian this summer in Macerata, Italy. Low cost.
Earn college credit. Housing included on campus. See CSA website
for details. Early registration advised.
Contact: Center for Study Abroad,
325 Washington Ave., Apt. #93, Kent, WA 98032; (206) 583-8191; email@example.com; www.centerforstudyabroad.com
City College of San Francisco
Semester in Florence with City College of San Francisco
On this program, your home base will be a furnished apartment in the city of Florence, while you attend Italian Language classes at the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, located in the historic center. Other classes include Art History and Humanities: Music, Art and Literature. Class time will be spend in lecture, as well as visiting churches, museums, and monuments and attending musical performances.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.ccsf.edu/studyabroad
C.V. Starr-Middlebury College School in Italy
Italy has a long history of welcoming foreign students. The School in Italy offers three sites from which to choose depending on the type of environment the student is seeking. Students may choose to study in the provincial city of Ferrara, in Florence, or in Rome.
Study Art in Florence
Spend an academic year, semester, or short summer session
exploring the language, people, art, and food of Tuscany! The program
allows students to gain credit
studing fine art, liberal arts, art history, and/or the Italian
language while exploring the birthplace of the Renaissance.
Contact: email@example.com, www.eliabroad.org
Firenze Arti Visive
Studio Art in Florence, Italy
Firenze Arti Visive is a non-profit visual arts program founded by artists for artists. Many visions and diverse voices comprise this unique and progressive program that offers an in depth studio arts education with accredited courses at the University undergraduate level. A key factor that distinguishes Firenze Arti Visive apart from other programs is the emphasis on small classes, interdisciplinary study, creative investigation and individual dialogue.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.firenze-artivisive.org.
Study Abroad in Florence
Istituto Europeo organizes short programs in many
fields, upon request as well. Please contact our staff
for more information.
Contact: email@example.com, www.istitutoeuropeo.it
John Cabot University
Study Abroad in Rome
John Cabot University, a traditional American liberal
arts college located in the heart of Rome and accredited
by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
JCU offers 13 BA programs; Art History, Business Administration,
Classical Studies, Communications, Economics and Finance,
English Literature, History, Humanistic Studies, International
Affairs, International Business, Italian Studies,
Marketing, and Political Science.
With a diverse, international student body, over 150
different courses to choose from, Study Abroad opportunities,
JCU offers individualized attention in small classes.
Extra curricular activities and internships with leading
multinational organizations, allow students to benefit
widely from their experience, far beyond the rigorous
Academy of Fine Arts in Italy. Study Art and Design in Milan, Italy!
Founded in 1980, NABA was the first academy in the Higher Education Fine Arts System in Italy. They offer short design summer courses, one-year
intensive master degrees, two-year programs (MA) and three-year programs (BA) in art, design, fashion, and media.
Contact: Int.firstname.lastname@example.org; www.italian-design-academy.com
NECA — New Etruria College Association
NECA provides a unique and affordable opportunity to earn college credit, experience Florence, and immerse yourself in Tuscan culture. Scholarships available for every program. High academic standards, individual attention, small groups, excellent working environment.
Contact: email@example.com, www.necaflorence.com.
Penn Summer Abroad
Italian Studies in Florence
For students interested in intensive beginning and intermediate language courses and cultural studies in art history taught in one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Numerous cultural opportunities and field trips offer a valuable supplement to class work.
Contact: Penn Summer Abroad, Univ. of Pennsylvania; www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/programs/abroad/venice.
Performing Arts Abroad — Study Music in Italy
Study and perform vocal or instrumental music in beautiful Florence, Italy with Performing Arts Abroad! Based at a renowned Italian music and art school, the program exposes students to exceptional musical talents from professors, both local and international. Choose from a wide range of theoretical and practical music courses, from music history to piano, viola, violin, opera, and even private voice lessons.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.performingartsabroad.com/music-in-italy
Studio Art Centers International (SACI)
Studio Art Centers International (SACI) is a comprehensive
accredited art institution. Located in the heart of Florence, Italy,
SACI specializes in studio art, art history, art conservation, architecture,
design, and Italian cultural studies. Courses are offered in English
in over 40 different Studio and Academic disciplines at all levels.
SACI has 5 programs of study: Academic Semester/Year Abroad, Late Spring/Summer,
Post-Baccalaureate, MFA in Studio Arts & MFA in Photography
Study Abroad in Italy
SAI offers semester and summer study abroad programs at the following Italian institutions:
Florence University of the Arts
John Cabot University, Rome
Siena Italian Studies, Siena
Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, Milan
Sant'Anna Institute, Sorrento
We invite you to join us for a remarkable cultural and academic experience!
Contact: Director of Communications, 7160 Keating Ave, Sebastopol, CA 95472 USA; Tel. 800-655-8965; email@example.com; www.saiprograms.com.
Santa Reparata International School of Art
Semester and Summer Art Courses in Florence, Italy
Santa Reparata offers accredited semester and summer courses in studio art and art history. The school is located in the historical center of Florence, and provides housing in nearby apartments. The faculty is made up of Italian and American artists andd scholars and all teaching is in English.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.santareparata.org
St. John International University
Study Abroad: Summer/Semester/Academic Year
St. John International offers study abroad programs, in English, with a wide selection of general education and upper-level credits in the areas of: architecture, art history, environmental sciences, political science, business, economics, history, Italian language, film studies, computer science, sociology, religious studies and literature. In addition to culture activities and Italian excursions, students attend classes in the Vinovo Castle located just outside of Torino.
In the American liberal arts education tradition, SJIU offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in: Art History, Business Administration, Environmental Studies, Film Studies and Environmental Architecture. Graduate degrees comprise of: Masters in Architecture, Masters in Business Administration and a Masters in International Arts Administration. Torino is an industrial and commercial hub providing students with several models of international business right at their doorstep.
Contact: email@example.com, www.sjiu.it.
The Aegean Center for the Fine Arts
Italy/Greece Fall Semester
The Fall Session at the Aegean Center begins in the Tuscan city of Pistoia, Italy, and concludes at our permanent facility on the Greek island of Paros. This schedule allows participants to study and base work on the two most
important inter-related Mediterranean traditions of art in a single program.
The University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy
Primarily a studio art program which includes art history in a small Tuscan hilltown. Three semester hours of university credit for each course taken. Spring and fall terms last about 13 weeks and summer term lasts about 9 weeks. Classes can be taken at the undergraduate and graduate level
University of Gastronomic Sciences in Bra, Italy
Three-Year Undergraduate Degree in Gastronomic Sciences
The degree course offers an education in the fields of history, the humanities, science and technology, economics, management and food communications. Graduates enter the employment market with a solid cultural background, a multidisciplinary knowledge of food culture and science, production processes and regions. Classroom lectures are complemented by stages, field trips that give first-hand experience of food and beverage production and promotion in Italy and worldwide.
Master in Gastronomic Sciences and Quality Products
The Master in Gastronomic Sciences and Quality Products is taught primarily in Italian, and focusses on providing a thorough knowledge of foods and their gastronomic and sensory values, covering production, marketing, tasting and communication of products. Products such as wine, olive oil, cheese, pasta, fish and tomatoes are studied from a number of perspectives such as history, technology and tasting while stages in Italy and the rest of Europe bring students into direct contact with producers.
Master in Food Culture: Communicating Quality Products
The Master in Food Culture: Communicating Quality Products is taught in English, aims to educate students about quality food products as well as the communication and promotion of such products based on a thorough anthropological and historical study of food consumption, not only in Italy but also the rest of Europe. Subjects include Food Journalism, Anthropology of Food, History of the Cookbook and Psychology and Sociology of Consumption.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.unisg.it
University Studies Abroad Consortium
Italian Studies in Torino and Viterbo, Italy
These Italian programs offer intensive courses in Italian language and culture, in addition to a diversified curriculum in business, economics, art, architecture, literature, etc. Torino is located at the base of the majestic Alps and hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics. Viterbo is centrally located between Rome and Florence, with the Mediterranean Sea within an hour.
Contact: USAC, usac.unr.edu