Program Details

Semester in Perugia is housed at the Umbra Institute, which offers courses in a wide variety of subjects, including Archaeology, Art History and Studio Art, Classical Studies, Creative Writing, Economics, Education, European Studies, Film and Media, Food
Location:
Perugia, Italy
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:
Semester in Perugia is housed at the Umbra Institute, which offers courses in a wide variety of subjects, including Archaeology, Art History and Studio Art, Classical Studies, Creative Writing, Economics, Education, European Studies, Film and Media, Food Studies, History, International Business and Marketing, Italian Language and Literature, Political Science, Psychology, Religion and Philosophy, Sociology, Sustainability, Women's Studies, and more. Our Semester in Perugia program offers great academics in a beautiful city! It's the perfect way to study abroad in Italy. Here are some of the program highlights that you can enjoy: Living in Italy’s college town Taking part in community engagement activities Incredible scenery Challenging course options, including Honors and independent research courses One of the biggest jazz festivals in Europe Delicious desserts- world-famous chocolate and gelato Great restaurants and nightlife Beautiful art One day and one weekend excursion
Setting Description:
Perugia offers the chance to live in a lively college town, while still getting to experience all of Italy’s rich history. Over 40,000 of the city’s 160,000 residents are college students, so you will always be able to find something going on. The Umbra Institute’s community partnerships make it easy to get to know the city. An ancient hilltop town that has preserved its medieval and Renaissance character, Perugia is located in the heartland of Italy, halfway between Rome and Florence. This authentic and intimate town exudes regional pride. Countless artistic masterpieces adorn many of its buildings, including remarkable frescoes and paintings by Perugino, Pinturicchio, Guercino, Caravaggio, and Raphael. The city's Etruscan walls, medieval churches, and Renaissance and Baroque palaces are enduring reminders of its splendid past. Your semester in Perugia will combine a charming old world setting with all the amenities of a modern city. You’ll be able to find endless cafés, restaurants
Cost:
For current prices and dates please visit the CISabroad website.

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