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ISA Fashion, Food and Art in Florence Italy Short-term Study Abroad
Florence, Italy (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer (Dec - Feb)
Partner University Homepage: Click to visit
Restrictions: Sydney applicants only
Program Details:
Level:
Undergraduate
Language/s:
English, Italian
Program Type:
Non-Exchange Short-Term
Minimum Mark:
60%; Pass
Short-term Type:
Coursework, Cultural Experiences
Short-term Duration:
2-3 weeks
Program Description:

Florence University of the Arts and Apicius International School of Hospitality
Arts, Business & Italian Language
International Studies Abroad ISA

ISA Florence ST SAB  
   
Location Florence, Italy
Program description This multidisciplinary program offers a range of courses between the Florence University of the Arts and its Apicius International School of hospitality. Learn about Fashion, Food and Art in the birthplace of the renaissance! Courses include:
  • Marketing
  • Journalism and Publishing
  • Digital imaging & visual arts
  • Fashion Merchandising
  • Food and Wine studies
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Italian Language
  • Art History & Architecture
For more information about units and course details, see:
http://studiesabroad.com/programs/country/italy/city/florence/duration/155/program/272/session/IFLJ0117/viewCourses

 
Relevant subject areas Arts and Social Sciences
Program Dates 2 January - 21 January 2017
Application deadline 1 November 2016
Places available ISA programs are highly competitive and fill up fast so be sure to get your application in as early as possible.
 
Eligibility criteria When researching the ISA programs, be sure to consider whether you meet the published pre-requisites. You should contact ISA for course syllabi and discuss whether the program meets your academic requirements by discussing it with your course coordinator at the University of Sydney.
Minimum GPA
Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.75.
Minimum Admissions Prerequisites
There is no language prerequisite for this program.
Students must be at least 18 years old by the program start date.
Students with a cumulative GPA below 2.75 may be considered for acceptance. They must also submit one letter of recommendation and a statement of purpose.

 
Credit/ Not-for-credit Please contact your faculty office with the below forms to submit an application for credit. Participation in any ISA program does not guarantee credit and will require faculty assessment of individual applications-for-credit.
 
All courses in this program are 3 credits and range from 45 to 150 contact hours.
 
Arts and Social Sciences here

 
Language Classes are instructed in English.
Fees and scholarships 2017 Total Program Fee: See individual programs
Inclusions: 
  • Tuition
  • Accommodation
  • Cultural activities
  • Site visits
  • ISA pre-departure service and support
Additional costs (not included in program fee):  Airfare, travel and health insurance, visa, personal expenses and additional travel.
 
OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.
Location overview Italy is an extraordinary feast of heart-thumping, soul stirring art, food and landscapes. Being the epicentre of the Roman Empire and birthplace of the Renaissance, this place is filled with culture. You can stand in the presence of Michelangelo’s David, Sistine Chapel frescoes, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, and Primavera, and Da Vinci’s Last Supper. Italy has more UNESCO world heritage cultural sites than any other country on Earth.

Florence, is a riverside city that is large on the world’s ‘must-see’ list – magnetic, romantic and busy. Its urban fabric has hardly changed since the Renaissance, its narrow streets evoke a thousand tales, and its food and wine are so wonderful the tag ‘Fiorentina’ has become an international label of quality assurance.

The best-known site of Florence is the domed cathedral of the city, Santa Maria del Fiore, known as The Duomo. The nearby Campanile (partly designed by Giotto) and the Baptistery buildings are also highlights. The dome, 600 years after its completion, is still the largest dome built in brick and mortar in the world. In 1982, the historic centre of Florence was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.
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