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Office of International Programs

ITALY
Business, Hospitality & Studio Art

at the Florence University of the Arts & Apicius International School of Hospitality
SUMMER

Program Dates:photo
- Summer 1 Option: mid-May to early June
- Summer 2 Option: early June to late June
- Summer 3 Option: late June to mid-July
- Summer 4 Option: mid-July to early August
*Students may choose to enroll in more than one session, back-to-back
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The Florence summer program options allow students with little or no experience in the Italian language to choose from several courses in taught in English in a wide variety of subjects such as: Advertising, Art History, Contemporary Italian Studies, Digital Media, Environmental Studies, Fashion Design, Food & Culture, History, Hospitality, Italian Language, Journalism, Literature, Marketing, Management, Nutrition, Photography, Political Science, Sport Science and Studio Art.




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How to Apply

Application Deadline: February 15th

Eligibility:
Undergraduates, with sophomore status and at least a 2.75 GPA (cumulative).
There is no language prerequisite for this program.

Application Procedure:

  • Step 1: Submit a completed MSU Study Abroad Application to the MSU Office of International Programs by February 15th
  • Step 2: Receive letter of acceptance to study abroad through MSU from the MSU Office of International Programs
  • Step 3: By the appropriate deadline, complete the ISA application online, making sure to follow all instructions and program requirements.
  • Step 4: You will receive notification of your final acceptance status from ISA. If admitted, complete the process outlined below along with any other instructions you receive from ISA.

Contact Information: Emma May, Education Abroad Programs Assistant



Information for Admitted Students
* Although we make every attempt to keep this information up to date, please defer to information provided to you directly from ISA as the best resource. If there are discrepancies between the protocols listed here (applying for housing, getting registered for courses, etc.) and those told to you by ISA, default to those of ISA. However, health insurance requirements, course equivalencies, credit transfer and grading are determined solely by MSU.

 

 

 

 

updated September 9, 2014