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    • Florence Culinary Art School

    • Chef Quick Learning Course 6-weeks -learn and enjoy-

      This is a short version of the Chef Perfect Training course, and puts equal focus on enjoying the journey of Italian culinary world globally as well as acquiring skills and knowledge in the kitchen. During 6-weeks, you will enjoy more day-trip excursions including visiting other cities such as Pisa and Siena. The cooking class are 4 hours/day, slightly lighter than the Chef Training course. Through this course, you can learn and enjoy Italian culinary art as much as possible.

    • MAITRI GLOBAL EDUCATION

    • Master in Fashion Trend Forecasting

      1) Vision: Cultural Starting Point (CSP) We will explore the early signals for trends. The signals should be based on observations of human culture and behavior, including various theories and movements that may influence trends. We will also project the possible tipping point of the trend argument. The cultural starting point should have a strong global aspect and can be quite broad. You will also learn though various assignments how to become more intuitive. 2) Reporting: Data gathering, practical More...
    • International Enrichment

    • International Enrichment in Florence, Italy

      - Tuition - Books and class materials - Official Transcripts - Housing: Shared apartments - Airport transfer on arrival - Pre-departure orientation and services - On-Site Orientation - Staff on campus - 24/7 Emergency Contact - Mail service - Optional Excursions and Extensions (additional fees apply) - Personal attention to each student.
    • DaemenAbroad

    • DaemenAbroad in Florence!: Academic

      DaemenAbroad provides an affordable opportunity to earn up to 18 credits (upper division courses), experience Florence, and immerse yourself in Italian culture. High academic standards and individual attention. Students choose up to 6 interdisciplinary courses per semester from the following fields of study: Liberal Studies/Humanitites; Art History/Architecture/Studio Arts; Business/Economics; History/Political Science/Sociology; Italian Language/Italian Studies.

      Other programs from DaemenAbroad matching this criteria:
    • NECA

    • Study Abroad in Italy with NECA! (Arts and Humanities)

      Unique and affordable opportunity to earn up to 18 credits (upper division courses), experience Florence, and immerse yourself in Italian culture. High academic standards and individual attention. Students choose up to 6 interdisciplinary courses per semester from the following fields of study: Liberal Studies/Humanitites; Art History/Architecture/Studio Arts; Business/Economics; History/Political Science/Sociology; Italian Language/Italian Studies.

    • Riverside Community College

    • Riverside Community College: Italy

      Earn transferrable college credit in this quality academic program.
    • Languages Abroad

    • Italian Study and Cultural Immersion in Florence

      Learning is based on the communicative approach, without losing sight of the need for grammatical accuracy. Italian language courses are taught in Italian and are designed to help students acquire fluency and sufficient communicative skills to cope with any situation they are likely to encounter.
    • City College of San Francisco

    • Semester in Rome & Florence: Italy

      Spend a semester in Florence, one of the world's centers of art and culture. Immerse yourself in the language and culture of the Renaissance in a city still adorned with the paintings, sculpture and architecture of Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Brunelleschi.
    • Infinite Human Institute

    • New Renaissance Florence Study Abroad Program

      Our classes go beyond the current conventional programs offered by most study abroad programs, into an inner journey of self exploration and celebration of the human spirit. We offer one week workshops by professionals in independent film making, four to eight week Intensives, professional internships. One year Professional Certificates, and M.A.Degrees in Professional Film Making and New Media, Creative Writing, and Performance Arts.
    • Florence Art Academy

    • Classical Drawing and Painting

      The courses are based on the Renaissance and Neoclassical traditional methods of drawing and painting. The program provides for a full immersion in drawing as a prerequisite to the Painting courses.
    • CET Academic Programs

    • CET History of Art and Italian Studies in Florence

      The CET History of Art and Italian Studies program is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of Italy's art heritage. The program takes advantage of the rich artistic treasures of Florence, and all courses incorporate excursions to local sites. CET Florence is one of the few study abroad programs that uses Art History as its central focus. The program welcomes not only art history and Italian studies majors but also non-majors interested in exploring Italy's art history, language More...
    • New York University

    • NYU Florence

      NYU Florence offers students an extraordinary opportunity to live and study in the majestic setting of La Pietra, a breathtaking 57-acre estate located on a hilltop overlooking the Duomo. Courses are offered in English and Italian. During the spring semester, students with advanced language proficiency may take courses taught in Italian at the University of Florence.
    • NRCSA - National Registration Center for Study Abroad

    • Study in Italy

      There are four skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking which need to be studied and developed from the start of the program. The emphasis on these four areas helps to enable the student to use their knowledge of the language in day-to-day communication. An immersion approach to the language is used for all levels - this means that from day one only the language is spoken in the classroom. This approach helps the student to become comfortable with the language quickly.
    • Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

    • ACM Florence: Arts, Humanities, & Culture

      All students take a required course in Italian language and enroll in three of six elective courses which explore various facets of Renaissance art, history and literature, and classical figure drawing. During the first four weeks, students learn about contemporary Italy and receive intensive instruction in Italian language. Afterwards, students continue these courses less intensively and choose three of the other six courses for the remainder of the semester.

      Other programs from Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) matching this criteria:
    • Wells College

    • Wells in Florence

      The thousands of students, from more than 200 American colleges and universities, who have participated in the Wells College Florence Program have praised it for its efficient organization, the excellent personal, academic and logistical support, the close and personalized staff-student relationship, the rich and varied curriculum (more than 250 courses), the professionalism and commitment of the faculty, the uniqueness of the one-week orientation in Florence, and the cultural activities and excursions More...
    • Lake Tahoe Community College

    • Florence, Italy

      Live and learn in beautiful Florence, Italy. In the fall 2009, LTCC will offer a four-week study abroad program in the beautiful city of Florence. Students can choose to study Italian with a local instructor and also, Art History, Beginning Drawing and/or Plein-Air Water Media Painting with renowned LTCC Art Instructor Phyllis Shafer.
    • Abroad Italy

    • Spring Break in Florence, Italy: Academic, Florence

      Spend your Spring Break in Italy this year. Various excursions and exciting trips are included in the price of this affordable program. It is open to students of all levels, from beginners to almost fluent. It is adequate for both college and highschool students. You can choose from a wide variety of classes, from Italian Language, culture, art, business, cooking, fashion and internship.

      Other programs from Abroad Italy matching this criteria:
    • Northern Arizona University

    • Northern Arizona University: Academic, Firenze

      The program, under the sponsorship of Arizona State University, offers Italian language courses as well as literature and culture courses in Italian or English. Knowledge of Italian is helpful, but not required.
    • Gemological Institute of America - ITALY

    • Graduate Diamonds

      Learn GIA's International Diamond Grading System and the 4Cs (color, clarity, cut, and carat weight) directly from its creators. Gain a solid foundation of diamond knowledge that will serve you throughout your entire career. On campus you work closely with a GIA instructor, and train with over 200 actual diamonds.

      Other programs from Gemological Institute of America - ITALY matching this criteria:
    • ELI-Experiential Learning International

    • Italy: Study in Florence

      This program is ideal for students wanting to study fine art, liberal arts, art history, and Italian language. With ELI you will get a superior educational experience while living in Florence. Once you arrive you will participate an in-depth orientation that will cover everything you need to know for a successful semester or summer in Florence. Throughout the semester we will offer cultural activities such as cooking classes, wine tours and film nights. The school we partner with has professional More...
    • Eastern Michigan University

    • Cultural History Tours: Academic

      The Cultural History Tours are multi-country, traveling interdisciplinary adventures, integrating experiential learning of cultures abroad with traditional coursework. With more than 30 years of successful programming, the Cultural History Tours offer a truly unique, intensive educational experience on five and ten week tours throughout Europe and Asia.
    • European Heritage Institute

    • European Heritage Institute: Academic, Firenze

      Italian language and civilization. Florence & Venice have studio art, art history, social sciences and humanities in English.
    • James Madison University

    • Master of Arts in Political Science – European Union Policy Studies Concentration

      James Madison University’s Master of Arts program in Political Science with a concentration in European Union Policy Studies (EUPS) is a rigorous and exciting one-year graduate program. The program, which is based entirely in Florence, Italy and involves multiple academic trips to Brussels and Strasbourg, develops students’ policy analysis skills and provides them with a comprehensive mastery of the European Union (EU), the EU’s role in contemporary global affairs, and the forces that move policy More...
    • The Darkroom School of Photography

    • The Darkroom School of Photography

      The Darkroom's main goal is to prepare students to become professionals, to let them have fun with Photography during their study. Our programs are conceived to give students the highest knowledge about light, composition and aesthetics.
    • Firenze Arti Visive

    • Firenze Arti Visive: Academic

      Firenze Arti Visive is a unique and progressive program that offers University level accredited courses with classes in Studio Art, Italian language, Cultural studies.
    • Bentley College

    • Business Programs Abroad: Academic, Italy

      In addition to language and culture courses, students also take courses in business and liberal arts at the Lorenzo de'Medici Institute in Florence.
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