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CISabroad January in Florence
Florence, Italy (Outgoing Program)
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|Program Sponsor:||Center for International Studies|
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|Minimum GPA:||2.8||Program Type:||Faculty-Led|
|Language of Instruction:||English, Italian||Housing Options:||Apartment|
|Areas of Study:||Art, Exercise Science|
On our January in Florence program, you’ll be immersed in the local Italian and Florentine culture immediately to get the most out of this short-term study abroad program. We’ll pack in a lot of fun activities in a short time, including excursions in and around Florence, group outings to movies and galleries, city tours, and enough social programming that you won’t have any trouble sleeping at night!
Here are some things to expect while on this unique program:
Florence is an amazing location - This Renaissance city boasts countless galleries, museums, cafes, festivals, holidays and generally social street scenes. Even when you don’t necessarily plan on it, you might find yourself engulfed by culture as a festival strikes up, a new gallery opens its doors to the public, or a museum offers free entrances.
A wide variety of courses to choose from - Much of your learning will take place OUTSIDE of the classroom in Florence. However, inside the classroom, you’ll be learning about intriguing, locally-focused topics including business, art, culture, architecture and even physical education. Of course, if you want to brush up on your Italian language, there are a range of levels of Italian offered.
- Escape the cold back home - If an average high of 50 degrees and sunshine sounds tropical compared to winter where you are, bring your bathing suit! A nice, temperate climate even in the dead of winter means you’ll have no excuse to not be out and about in the beautiful city.
Combine this with a spring semester - Want to get a head start on an incredible spring semester in Florence? The January in Florence program leads right into our spring Semester in Florence program, allowing you to combine the two for more than 4 months in Italy!
Florence is an amazing location for a study abroad program! It gives students all they seek in terms of culture, adventure, history, architecture and cuisine. Florence is the perfect size for a short-term study abroad experience, as you’ll be able to become well-acquainted with the city, yet it will continue to surprise you with its dynamic culture and myriad museums, galleries, eateries, shops and charming streets and plazas. You can spend hours on end just exploring the city’s hidden gems. Stumble into a restaurant playing live music; strike up a conversation with an old man relaxing in the plaza; snap photos of the Duomo from all angles; or stroll up to the Ponte Vecchio at sunset.
When you feel like setting off further afield, public buses can get you quickly and affordably to neighboring towns for an even more authentic peek into Italian culture. Hop on a train and get whisked away to nearby cities such as Rome, Venice, Milan or Pisa. And when you think you’ve seen and done it all (which is impossible!), our staff will take you to some locations that few foreigners know about.
There are many reasons to study on our January in Florence program, but here are a few of the key highlights that make this program unique.
• Winter break program allows you to get ahead academically!
• A variety of courses in both English and Italian
• Centrally-located campus with easy access a variety of shops and eateries on foot
• Included overnight excursion to Rome - the Eternal City
• Busy social programming schedule - pick and choose what you want to do
• Classes have a local focus and take you to explore outside of the classroom
• Exceptional facilities, including a gym, wireless internet, library and restaurant on campus
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|January Interim||2017||10/01/2016 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.