The Bologna Consortial Studies Program (BCSP) offers qualified students the opportunity to study for a full academic year or semester at the University of Bologna. Choose from coursework across disciplines at one of the oldest universities in Europe and experience the gastronomic capital of Italy.
The CIMBA program is located in the small Italian town of Paderno del Grappa at the base of majestic Mount Grappa, and shares use of the campus of Istituto Filipin, a private Italian boarding school.
Take courses at the Universitá Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, regarded as the premier university in Italy. This program is administered by College of Liberal Arts. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.
Use the city of Rome as inspiration and context for your design studio course. Observe the Italian workforce as an intern. Travel to Sicily as part of the program to participate in design workshops, and explore different aspects of Italian culture.
Freshman Seminar Abroad: Discover the mark Galileo left on Italy while risking his career, his freedom, and even his life for science.
Why was Galileo, a mathematician, convicted of heresy by the Catholic Church for studying the sun and the moon? Or, that the great artists, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Brunelleschi were also well-known scientists and engineers? The Great Minds of the Renaissance will take an in-depth look at these men and follow their footsteps in across Italy.
Choose from programs in Milan, a center for business and fashion, or Rome, Italy's bustling and ancient capital.
"Made in Italy" integrates theory and practice in order to provide students with a decision-making framework they can use in the workplace. The course focuses on understanding mass market brand management techniques as well as luxury brand management techniques, in the context of an international marketplace.
Global Seminar May 2020: Immerse yourself in Italian culture by studying opera, art, fashion and food.