Program Details

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, a
Location:
Florence, Italy
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer, Year Round

Program Overview

Program Description:
Areas of study include:
Art, Business, Classical Civilization, Communication Arts, Economics, Engineering, English, History, International Studies, Italian Studies, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Women's Studies.
  • Courses taught in English
  • Classes Monday -Thursday
  • No prior knowledge of Italian language is required


  • 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.

    Combine academics with the opportunity to explore Italy and beyond.
    Opening Tour/Orientation, Excursions, Weekend Trips (optional), Christmas Tour (optional), Computer and Internet Services, WiFi campus access, Student Advising and Services, Library, Fitness Center, Student Lounge, Volunteer Opportunities, Cultural and Linguistic Activities, and much more. Continue to develop your total self with Gonzaga-in-Florence!
    Setting Description:
    Study and live in the heart of Florence.
    Gain insight into the social, political, and economic forces that shape Italy both from what you learn in the classroom and as you live and interact with Italian families in Italian boarding hotels.

    Located in the center of Florence, Gonzaga-in-Florence is not far from the Duomo with one of the great engineering feats of the Renaissance, Brunelleschi's Dome. The campus provides students with all the facilities required for learning and socializing, including the latest wireless technology, a library, student lounge, and fitness center. The living arrangements are conducive to learning the language and to better understanding the Italian culture. Homestay options are available upon request.

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