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    • The Florida State University International Programs

    • The Florida State University International Programs - First Year Abroad in Florence, Italy

      •FYA is designed for seamless continuation toward graduation. •Students take up to 49 credit hours over 12 months, beginning in the fall term. •Classes are taught in English, except for foreign language classes. Additionally, living among native speakers immeasurably aids Spanish or Italian skills. •Classes satisfy requirements of the Liberal Studies Program, many minors, and first-year prerequisites for most majors. •An academic advisor ensures students follow “mapping” for their majors. •First More...

    • Other programs from The Florida State University International Programs matching this criteria:
    • Club Italiano Dante Alighieri

    • Academic Programs

      Learn Italian in Italy with the opportunity to spend an academic year in Florence with a course designed to answer the needs of a student's academic career.

    • 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.

    • George Mason University

    • Semester Program at Centro Fiorenza in Florence, Italy

      We are happy to offer a wide selection of course options offered by our new partner CAPA International. Specific course approvals for 2015 are currently under review. While abroad, each student takes one Italian Language course (3 credits) at the Centro Fiorenza and the Academic Director's course (Global Propaganda: 1900 - 1989 / 3 credits) also at the Centro Fiorenza, as well as 9 other credits with CAPA to equal 15 credits total. Students must enroll in 15-16 undergraduate credits. This program More...

    • Academic Studies Abroad

    • Academic Studies Abroad: Firenze

      Located in the heart of Florence, literally a few steps from the famous Duomo, ASA offers a once-in-a-lifetime academic and personal experience.

    • Accademia Italiana

    • Accademia Italiana: Academic, Firenze

      The Accademia Italiana Florence center offers courses in her signature areas of fashion design, graphic design, interior & product design, photograpy & new media, textile design, window display design and drawing & painting. In addition to courses in art and design, study abroad students may take courses in liberal arts and Italian language & culture.

    • Towson University

    • TU in Italy

      The TU in Italy program offers summer, semester and academic year study abroad options in Italy at an affordable price. The program offers students from a variety of academic disciplines the opportunity to earn credit towards their degree at TU.

    • Global Student Experience (GSE)

    • Abroad with GSE in Florence, Italy

      GSE study abroad programs in Florence focus on Italian language and culture study and are open to students of any ability, from beginner to nearly fluent. Students can select from an extensive list of courses instructed in English across a wide variety of major and general education subject areas.

    • Florence Academy of Art

    • The Florence Academy of Art

      The Florence Academy of Art teaches students to draw, paint and sculpt realistically using the traditional techniques of the old masters from the Renaissance through the 19th century French academies. Students learn to draw, paint and sculpt the human figure and portrait accurately.

    • World Endeavors

    • World Endeavors: Study in Italy

      Join World Endeavors for a summer, semester or full academic year studying in the heart of Tuscany, Italy's most dynamic cultural area. Students earn US academic credit while studying Italian language, culture, history, art, business, and a variety of other subjects in one of Italy's most dynamic cultural regions.

    • Art Studies in Florence

    • Art Studies in Florence

      Offering on-site learning using Florence as the classroom.

    • FlorenceArt Studio of Decorative Arts

    • Decorative Arts / Architectural Decoration / Restoration

      Courses offered: Florentine Decorative Painting, Gilding, Restoration, Mural/Fresco painting and Architectural decoration/Trompe L'Oeil workshop classes. Participants learn traditional European decoration techniques in our school-laboratory in Florence or in scenic Tuscan settings.

    • 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.

    • OLC International Ltd

    • OLC International Ltd: Academic

      Intensive Language course and Internship placement in Milan, Rome or Florence. Italian plus cooking - Italian plus photography and many more.

    • Art & Heart Studio

    • Art & Heart Studio: Academic

      Courses in Airbrush, Painting, Illustration and Design. Seminars, exhibitions and free meetings.

    • 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.

    • Gonzaga University

    • Gonzaga-in-Florence

      Since 1963, Gonzaga-in-Florence, administered by Gonzaga University, has welcomed students on its academic year, semester, and summer programs. Gonzaga-in-Florence's liberal arts, business, and engineering curriculum, cultural and linguistic activities, and travel opportunities are designed to challenge students to think critically, acquire global awareness, and develop the total self.

    • Adventist Colleges Abroad

    • Adventist Colleges Abroad

      Istituto Avventista Villa Aurora is situated in an original Renaissance villa in a 2 1/2 acre park on a hillside at Careggi in suburban Florence, the main city of Tuscany and one of the most beautiful provinces in Italy, rich in history and art.

    • Helikos International School of Theatre Creationo

    • Helikos One Year Training in Physical Theatre

      The first period is the awakening of the poetic potential of the body. It’s a rediscovery of the world and nature through the study of their movements. The second period is dedicated to the Mask, the first archetype of all theatrical languages. The third period focuses on the exploration of fundamental comic territories, following the question "why and how do we laugh?". Comedy is the search of the many ways in which characters, movement, space, tempo and writings can be unbalanced to provoke the More...

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