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Italy: Accademia Italiana- Summer
Full-time Study, Language Immersion
Academic Fields Available:
Arts and Performing Arts, Communications, Humanities, Language and Cultural Studies, Social Sciences
About Accademia Italiana
The Accademia Italiana is considered one of the best fashion and design schools in Italy, as numerous experts in the field have testified. Founded in 1984 the Accademia Italiana has campuses in Florence and in Rome, and programs in cooperation with prestigious universities from all over the world. The Accademia Italiana offers bachelor's programs and some masters programs in the fields of Fashion and Costume Design, in Interior and Product Design, Graphic Design, Jewelry Design, Photography and New Media.
A department of Italian language and culture is also active--The courses offered by the study abroad department are held in English language or are bi-lingual (Italian and English). The liberal arts department also offers Italian language courses at all levels.
The programs "study in Italy" offered by the Accademia Italiana are considered among the best offered at an international school present in Italy in terms of academic quality and student services.
Housing & Orientation
The Accademia Italiana has long-term relationships with the landlords, most of whom have been leasing exclusively to Accademia students for years. Accademia Italiana staff inspect the conditions of all apartment prior to the start of each term/program and are available to facilitate communication between students and apartment owners throughout the term/program.
The program at Accademia Italiana starts with with a 2 – 3 day, comprehensive orientation session. Orientation activities are led by multiple members of the on-site staff and include an introduction to student services staff and resources available to students at her Florence school or Rome school, addresses what to expect during the study abroad experience as well as safety, security and health while in Italy and Europe and telecommunications options including information about computer lab facilities and cell phone providers. Students register for academic courses and are led on tours of the school buildings and facilities and the host city which highlight many typical day-to-day destinations such as daily markets, post offices, public transportation hubs, pharmacies, and more key essentials to help you get your bearings. You will learn more about the discounts available to you as an Accademia Italiana student at a number of book and art supplies stores, clothing stores and restaurants as well as local gyms.
Various Campus-specific fees (college fee, technology fee, etc.)**
Program Acceptance Fee
On-site Orientation at Accademia Italiana
High level of Pastoral Care throughout the program, and
Brockport's Study Abroad Office Services
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Transportation to/from Italy
Textbooks and Supplies
The actual amount that you will spend depends heavily on your style of living, and will vary with each individual's personal spending habits, entertainment preferences and travel choices.
Financial aid applies towards fees.
*The SUNY International Health Insurance is mandatory and will be included on the student's Brockport invoice.
**Varies depending on the SUNY campus at which the participant pays tuition.
Participants will normally earn 6 credits for a short term program at Accademia Italiana.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COST OF THIS PROGRAM WILL BE THE SAME WHETHER A STUDENT ENROLLS IN 3 OR 6 CREDITS. Students have the option of enrolling in 3 credits, however, students are highly encouraged to enroll in 6 credits.
For more information about the School of Liberal Arts in Florence, click here.
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For more information about the School of Design in Rome, click here.
For more information about the School of Liberal Arts in Rome, click here.