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SUMMER 2012

STUDY ABROAD ITALY

FLORENCE

SIENA

ROME

SORRENTO

MILAN

TURIN

LONDON


Italy

at a glance

Turin Study Abroad Italy Program Locations

Sorrento


STUDY ABROAD ITALY

Full Summer Program Features

Since 1995, Study Abroad Italy (SAI) has been dedicated

• All academic courses taught in English

to providing students with an exceptional cultural and

• U.S. academic credit: 3-15 credits per summer session

educational experience in Italy, and now in London. We strive to create culturally rich and academically rigorous programs

Pre-departure Services

that encourage students to know their host country on a

• Admission services: course enrollment through housing assignment from our U.S. Office; U.S. staff available to provide friendly, professional assistance

deep level; its history, geography, food, art and people. There are no language prerequisites for SAI programs; courses are Language Program or are offered for students at advanced

• Online student groups to acquaint you with other SAI students participating in your program

levels of Italian language proficiency.

• A helpful Student Handbook delivered to you prior to departure

taught in English, unless the courses are part of an Italian

• Support and assistance through SAI’s online “live chat” feature

SAI’s Full Program option includes comprehensive student services, which begin with pre-departure, and lead to our

• sOnline pre-departure orientation

on-site orientation and advising throughout the student’s

On-site services

experience. SAI’s professional full-time staff of Program

• Airport pick-up and transportation on arrival days

Coordinators provides students with an unparalleled

• Welcome reception and events

degree of support; including assistance throughout the term and 24 hour emergency access. In addition, Program Coordinators organize a range of activities throughout the semester, including excursions and weekly cultural events. Having worked with US students in Italy for many years, SAI is exceptionally well positioned to help students gain

• Welcome bag upon arrival containing items to kick-start your experience abroad (at most sites) • Full health insurance: HTH student health insurance, including full medical coverage with zero deductible and medical emergency evacuation

cultural access to their host country. Through activities and

• Housing: carefully selected living accommodations in clean, pleasant city center apartments or family home stays

excursions, we help students supplement their academic

• Orientation: comprehensive introduction to your city and program

coursework and encourage the development of greater intercultural competency. A Tuition-Only Program option is also available to independent students. In addition, SAI maintains close, collaborative relationships with each of its overseas partners. We are proud to offer

• Free cell phone: personal cell phone assignment prior to departure and pick-up upon arrival • 24 hour emergency support telephone • Program Coordinators and Advisors on site dedicated to providing personal assistance throughout your study term

students access to some of the finest English language

• Weekly cultural activities; a rich calendar of events and excursions

academic programs available in Italy. In the following pages

• Additional optional excursions offered at each program site

you will find a basic overview of each of SAI’s programs.

• A wide range of volunteer and internship opportunities

Additional details, including program costs and dates, can

• Farewell evening: reception and dinner with all students

be found online at: www.saiprograms.com. Re-Entry services

We invite your to join us for an academic adventure

• Registration fees for re-entry conferences

overseas!

• Ambassador Program • Alumni Network


FLORENCE The beauty and wealth of Florence have attracted visitors throughout the ages, from the Roman Era to modern times. Though Florence is an ancient city, the focal point today is the art and architecture of the Renaissance that blossomed there from 1400 – 1600. No other city in Europe reflects the birth and development of modern society more than Florence, through its exquisite examples of art and architecture. The Renaissance or “rebirth”, the revolutionary time that followed the Dark Ages of Europe, changed the world forever by placing importance on the individual and on creativity. The streets of Florence still ring with the vibrant culture that began over 600 years ago; the city center has changed little, combining the elegance and quality of the Renaissance style with a stunning blend of modern design. The lush hills and mountains of Tuscany surround the city, offering themselves for exploration on afternoons or weekends. Though Florence has a rich history, today it is an important center for contemporary art, fashion design, graphics and business. We invite you to experience this contrast of past and present with other students from around the world that come to study in Florence. SAI Partners in Florence Florence University of the Arts (FUA) Apicius International School of Hospitality (AISH)

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ACADEMIC TERMS • • • •

Summer programs: 4 – 12 weeks Short Programs: 3 weeks Fall and Spring Semesters: 15 weeks each Quarter Programs: 10 weeks

Subjects include • Business and Economics • Communications and Publishing • Digital Imaging and Visual Arts • Fashion, Accessories and Tech • Fine Arts • Food and Wine Studies • Hospitality • Italian Studies and Linguistics • Liberal Arts • Life Studies / Human Services • Sciences and Mathematics • Sport and Health Sciences For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit www.saiprograms.com/florence


ROME It has been said that more than a lifetime is needed to experience all that the city of Rome has to offer. It is a city layered with art and antiquities encompassing 2,500 years of history — from the Coliseum, the Imperial Forum, and the Roman Pantheon, to Vatican City, with the Sistine Chapel and Vatican museum. For over two thousand years Rome has been a nexus of culture and commerce; a metropolis that has beguiled visitors and locals alike. Rome is a world-class city where innovative thinking thrives in a bustling urban environment, and history comes alive on every street corner. Because of the city’s unique character, Rome offers unparalleled opportunities for the study abroad visitor. Especially for students who are studying Italian Language and Culture, visiting Rome offers the academic adventure of a lifetime.

SAI Partners in Rome John Cabot University (JCU) Italiaidea Institute

ACADEMIC TERMS • Summer Programs: 3 – 8 weeks • Short Programs: 4 – 8 weeks • Fall and Spring Semesters: 15 weeks each Subjects include • Arts and Humanities • Classical Studies • Communications • International Business • Internships are available • Italian Language • Sciences • Social Sciences For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit www.saiprograms.com/rome

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SIENA Nestled in the rolling hills of the heart of Tuscany, just 70 miles south of Florence, Siena was first settled during Etruscan times and then during the time of Emperor Augustus, a Roman town was founded on the site of Siena. As an important money-lending center, Siena prospered as a city-state and reached its height of importance following the victory against the Florentines at Montaperti in the fall of 1260. With its narrow winding roads and medieval architecture, Siena appears all but untouched by modern times. One can wander through tucked-away squares and tour museums and churches that are home to countless renowned works of Byzantine, Renaissance and High Renaissance art. All SAI participants in Siena are accommodated with local host families. This home stay is an integral and indispensable part of SAI’s Siena Program, offering students the opportunity to make life-long friends, reinforce the language skills acquired during daily lessons and to experience modern Italian culture from “the inside.” Home stays include three meals a day, seven days a week.

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SAI Partner in Siena Siena Italian Studies (SIS)

ACADEMIC TERMS • Summer Programs: 4 - 9 weeks • Fall and Spring Semesters: 15 weeks each Subjects include • Anthropology • Business • History • Internships are available • Italian Language • Literature and Linguistics • Music and Visual Arts • Sociology For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit www.saiprograms.com/siena


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SORRENTO Overlooking the Mediterranean at the tip of the Amalfi coast, Sorrento, with its charming cobblestone streets, lively piazza and vibrant cultural scene, is known for its serene beauty, safety and friendliness. This thriving city, considered one of the loveliest In Italy with its lemon groves, flower gardens and nearby beaches, lies close to many nature preserves and historic sites such as Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Capri. Sorrento offers learning opportunities both in and out of the classroom with its churches and cathedrals that exemplify a wide range of Italian architectural styles. Sorrento also provides easy access to Rome and Naples for SAI excursions and guided field studies. Historically, Sorrento was a Greek village prior to the Roman Empire when it became a favorite of wealthy Romans whose villas on the sea are now notable ruins. Today, Sorrento’s historical significance is evident and it continues to be a favorite locale for its spectacular natural beauty. SAI Partner in SOrrento Sant’Anna Institute – Sorrento Lingue (SASL)

ACADEMIC TERMS • Summer Programs: 5 - 10 weeks • Fall and Spring semesters: 15 weeks each Subjects include • Archaeology • Architecture • Art • Business • Geology • History • Internships are available • Language • Literature • Marine Biology • Volcanology For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit www.saiprograms.com/sorrento

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TURIN In Turino (Torino in Italian) SAI offers a program of study at Torino Study Abroad. The program’s mission is to incorporate the history, art, culture, business, and technology of modern Italy into an academic program of excellence. TorinoSA’s academic programs provide courses instructed in English and taught by American-trained professors with rich and solid individual research expertise reflected in their publications. The school takes full advantage of its location, history and future prospects using the natural, industrial, historical, cultural, social and economic resources that the city of Torino offers. Torino is not only recognized as a forward-thinking city second to none in lifestyle and trendsetting (the ‘slow food’ movement was born here); it is also seen as a Baroque capital, treasuring significant Roman vestiges and commanding a wealth of suburban Savoy royal palaces and their surrounding grounds. Accordingly, TorinoSA offers classes in Roman, Renaissance, and Baroque topics. But given the complex historical background of Torino, TorinoSA also focuses on modern and contemporary Italian society. SAI Partner in TORINO Torino Study Abroad (TorinoSA)

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ACADEMIC TERMS • Summer Programs: 4 - 8 weeks • Fall and Spring Semesters: 16 - 20 weeks each Subjects include • Archaeology • Art History • English • Film and Graphic Arts • History • Internships available

• Italian Language and Culture • Law Studies • Mathematics • Music Studies • Natural & Environmental Science

SPECIAL semester PROGRAMS • Music Program (in conjunction with the Conservatory of Torino) • Archaeology Program (including a 4 week dig in Stromboli, Sicily) • Economics, Finance & Law Program (in conjunction with the International College of Turin)

SPECIAL Summer PROGRAMS • Archaeology Program (including a 3 week dig in Stromboli, Sicily) • Language Program

For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit www.saiprograms.com/torino


MILAN Milan is synonymous with cutting-edge fashion, and is also internationally renowned as a center for interior, industrial, graphic and product design. Filled with the world’s premier fashion and design studios, the city provides students with an outstanding opportunity to explore state-of-the-art design in a truly international environment. Studying in a city that hosts some of the world’s top design and fashion shows allows students direct exposure to working professionals who are producing some of the finest work in their respective fields. In addition to exploring Italy’s rich design heritage, students will be challenged to develop their own creative voices and to explore new ideas, approaches and methods. SAI Partners in Milan Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA) Domus Academy (DA)

ACADEMIC TERMS • Summer Programs: 2–6 weeks • Fall and Spring Semesters: 15 weeks each • Master’s programs: 11 months Subjects include • Fashion Accessories • Fashion Communication • Fashion Design • Fashion Merchandising • Fashion Retail Management • Fashion Styling • Fashion Textiles

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Graphic Design Interdisciplinary Design Interior Design Italian Art & Design Painting Product Design

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Interior & Living Design Marketing of Luxury Goods Product Design Service & Experience Design Urban Vision & Architectural Design Visual Brand Design

Master’s programs: • • • • • • •

Accessories Design Business Design Car Design Fashion Design Fashion Management Fashion Styling & Visual Merch. Interaction Design

For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit www.saiprograms.com/milan

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LONDON Born out of a collaboration with SAI programs in Milan, SAI offers students the opportunity to study at University of the Arts London (UAL), Europe’s largest University for art, design, communication and the performing arts. UAL has a distinguished international reputation and offers a diverse and comprehensive range of undergraduate courses. Join alumnae such as Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen and others in studying at this outstanding 150 year old institution. London is rich in contemporary and historical art, design and architecture and students are encouraged to fully explore the city during their time abroad. London also provides students with easy access to other parts of the UK and to the rest of Europe. SAI Partners in London University of the Arts London: Camberwell College of the Arts (CCA) Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (CSM) Chelsea College of Art and Design (CCAD) London College of Fashion (LCF) Wimbledon College of Art (WCA)

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ACADEMIC TERMS • SummerPrograms: 3 - 8 weeks • Fall and Spring Semesters: 11 or 15 weeks each Subjects include • 3D Design • Curation & Conservation • Film, Photography & Sound • Fashion & Textiles • Fine & Applied Arts • Interior & Spatial Design • Graphic Design & Illustration • Theater & Performance • Studio Art For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit www.saiprograms.com/london


LONDON/MILAN

DUAL CITY PROGRAM Students and young designers from around the world are invited to participate in this extraordinary London / Milan Summer Session. Now in its fifth successful year, this unique program enables students to study in two of Europe’s most inspiring cities, while taking complementary courses in various fields of Design. Last year over 200 students from 40 countries joined these dynamic courses and came away with fresh ideas and new creative energies. SAI Dual City Partners • Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (Milan) and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (London) Chelsea College of Art & Design (London) and Wimbledon College of Art (London) • Domus Academy (Milan) and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (London)

ACADEMIC TERMS • 4 weeks (2 weeks in London + 2 weeks in Milan) Students can earn • 6 credits Subjects include • Cultural Tour • Fashion & Culture • Fashion Business, Branding & Marketing • Fashion Illustration Techniques • Fashion Styling & Image Creation • Interior Design • Portfolio Building for your Fashion Career • Theater Costume Design For more information, including class schedules, program dates and costs, please visit: www.saiprograms.com/milan/da/our-programs/summer www.saiprograms.com/milan/naba/our-programs/summer

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CALENDAR SUMMER 2012 FLORENCE: Florence University of the Arts / Apicius International School of Hospitality Summer Semester 2012 - 12 Weeks Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

March 15 May 13 May 14 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer I 2012 - 3 Weeks Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

March 15 May 13 May 14 June 1 June 2

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer II 2012 - 3 Weeks Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

April 5 June 3 June 4 June 22 June 23

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer III 2012 - 3 Weeks Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

April 26 June 24 June 25 July 13 July 14

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer IV 2012 - 3 Weeks Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

May 17 July 15 July 16 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer A 2012 - 6 Weeks Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

March 15 May 13 May 14 June 22 June 23

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer B 2012 - 6 Weeks Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

April 26 June 24 June 25 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer Publishing Program 2012 - 5 Weeks (FUA only) Wednesday Sunday Sunday Tuesday Friday Saturday

April 11 June 10 June 10 June 26 July 13 July 14

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Travel Research Begins Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer Italian Riviera I 2012 - 3 Weeks (FUA only) Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

April 5 June 3 June 4 June 22 June 23

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer Italian Riviera II 2012 - 3 Weeks (FUA only) Thursday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

April 26 June 24 June 25 July 13 July 14

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Please Note: Students can add One week Cultural Introduction to Italy if participating in the 3 or 6 week programs. Please see our website for more detailed information and calendar dates: www.saiprograms.com/florence SIENA: Siena Italian Studies Summer I 2012 - 4 Weeks Sunday Thursday Saturday Wednesday Friday

March 25 May 24 May 26 June 20 June 22

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer II 2012 - 8 Weeks Sunday Thrusday Saturday Wednesday Thursday

March 25 May 24 May 26 July 25 July 26

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer III 2012 - 6 Weeks Sunday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Thursday

April 15 June 14 June 16 July 24 July 26

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer IV 2012 - 4 Weeks Tuesday Saturday Monday Friday Sunday

April 24 June 23 June 25 July 20 July 22

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

SORRENTO: Sant’Anna Institute - Sorrento Lingue Summer I 2012 - 5 Weeks Wednesday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

March 28 May 27 May 28 June 29 June 30

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer II 2012 - 5 Weeks Wednesday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

May 2 July 1 July 2 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer III 2012 - 10 Weeks Wednesday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

March 28 May 27 May 28 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out


CALENDAR SUMMER 2012 ROME: John Cabot University

TURIN: Torino Study Abroad

Summer I 2012 - 6 Weeks

Summer I 2012 - 4 Weeks

Sunday Wednesday Monday Friday Saturday

March 18 May 16 May 21 June 29 June 23

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

May 6 June 27 July 9 August 10 August 4

March 25 May 24 May 28 June 22 June 24

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Sunday Thursday Monday Friday Sunday

April 29 June 28 July 2 July 27 July 29

ROME - Italiaidea Institute

Summer III 2012 - 8 Weeks

Summer I 2012 - 4 Weeks

Sunday Thursday Monday Friday Sunday

Wednesday Friday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

April 25 May 25 May 27 May 28 June 22 June 23

Application Deadline Arrival / SAI Housing Check-in Arrival / Home-stay Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer II 2012 - 8 Weeks Wednesday Friday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

April 25 May 25 May 27 May 28 July 20 July 21

Application Deadline Arrival / SAI Housing Check-in Arrival / Home-stay Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer III 2012 - 4 Weeks Wednesday Friday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

May 23 June 22 June 24 June 25 July 20 July 21

Application Deadline Arrival / SAI Housing Check-in Arrival / Home-stay Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer IV 2012 - 8 Weeks Wednesday Friday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

May 23 June 22 June 24 June 25 August 17 August 18

Application Deadline Arrival / SAI Housing Check-in Arrival / Home-stay Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer V 2012 - 4 Weeks Wednesday Friday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

June 20 July 20 July 22 July 23 August 17 August 18

Application Deadline Arrival / SAI Housing Check-in Arrival / Home-stay Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer VI 2012 - 8 Weeks Wednesday Friday Sunday Monday Friday Saturday

June 20 July 20 July 22 July 23 September 14 September 15

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer II 2012 - 4 Weeks

Summer II 2012 - 6 Weeks Sunday Wednesday Monday Friday Saturday

Sunday Thursday Monday Friday Sunday

Application Deadline Arrival / SAI Housing Check-in Arrival / Home-stay Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

March 25 May 24 May 28 July 27 July 29

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer IV 2012: Italian Language Program - 7 Weeks Sunday Thursday Monday Friday Saturday

March 18 May 17 May 21 June 29 June 30

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer V 2012: Archaeology Program - 7 Weeks Sunday Thursday Monday Friday Saturday

March 18 May 17 May 21 June 29 June 30

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes / Fieldwork End Departure / Housing Check-out

MILAN: Domus Academy Summer I 2012 - London / Milan Dual City 2 Weeks Monday Friday Monday Friday Saturday

April 30 June 29 July 2 July 13 July 14

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin - London Classes End - Milan Departure / Housing Check-out

MILAN: Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Summer I 2012 - 4 Weeks Saturday Wednesday Monday Friday Saturday

April 21 June 20 June 25 July 20 July 21

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer II 2012 - 4 Weeks Wednesday Saturday Monday Friday Saturday

May 9 July 8 July 10 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out


CALENDAR SUMMER 2012 MILAN: Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (continued)

LONDON: University of the Arts London

Summer III 2012 - 6 Weeks

Summer I 2012 (CSM) - 3 Weeks

Saturday Wednesday Monday Friday Saturday

April 21 June 20 June 25 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Tuesday Friday Monday Friday Saturday

May 1 June 29 July 2 July 20 July 21

Summer IV 2012: London / Milan Dual City - 4 Weeks

Summer II 2012 (CSM) - 3 Weeks

Tuesday Saturday Monday Friday Saturday

Tuesday Friday Monday Friday Saturday

April 24 June 23 June 25 July 20 July 21

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin - London Classes End - Milan Departure / Housing Check-out

May 22 July 20 July 23 August 10 August 11

Summer V 2012: London / Milan Dual City - 4 Weeks

Summer III 2012 (LCF) - 8 Weeks

Monday Friday Monday Friday Saturday

Tuesday Saturday Monday Friday Saturday

May 7 July 6 July 9 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin - London Classes End - Milan Departure / Housing Check-out

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

April 10 June 9 June 11 August 3 August 4

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

Summer IV 2012 (CCAD/CCA/WCA) - 3 Weeks Tuesday Friday Monday Friday Saturday

May 1 June 29 July 2 July 20 July 21

Application Deadline Arrival / Housing Check-in Classes Begin Classes End Departure / Housing Check-out

PROGRAM COST

Single Room Supplement (optional)

Visa Processing Fee (optional)

**Italiaidea Homestay housing: includes 4 dinners and 5 breakfasts and 1 laundry per week. Siena Homestay housing: includes 3 meals a day 7 days a week and laundry. Sorrento Half Board Homestay housing: includes breakfast 7 days a week and laundry. Sorrento Full Board Homestay housing: includes breakfast and dinner 7 days a week and laundry.

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Confirmation Deposit (Non-Refundable: applied to Program Cost)

*Tuition Only Program - DOES NOT INCLUDE HOUSING OR SERVICES.

Application Fee (Non-Refundable)

NOTE: Costs include US Credits. Some programs are offered with host school credits only, with a cost reduction. Some programs also offer Tuition Only Programs, please contact the SAI office for more information.

Security Deposit (Refundable)

COSTS SUMMER 2012

FLORENCE: Florence University of the Arts (FUA) / Apicius International School of Hospitality (AISH) • 1-Week Cultural Introduction to Italy: Tuscany (1 credit) • 3-Week Program (3 credits: 1 course) • 3-Week Program (6 credits: 2 courses) • 3-Week Program: Italian Riviera Program (3 credits: 1 course - FUA Only) • 3-Week Program: Italian Riviera Program (6 credits: 2 courses - FUA Only) • 5-Week Program: Publishing Program (12 credits: 4 courses - FUA Only) • 6-Week Program (3 credits: 1 course) • 6-Week Program (6 credits: 2 courses) • 6-Week Program (9 credits: 3 courses) • 12-Week Program (6 credits: 2 courses) • 12-Week Program (9 credits: 3 courses) • 12-Week Program (12 credits: 4 courses) SIENA: Siena Italian Studies (SIS) • 4-Week Program (6 credits: 3 credit language + 1 course) - Homestay** • 6-Week Program (9 credits: 3 credit language + 2 courses) - Homestay** • 8-Week Program (9-12 credits: 3-6 credit lang. + 2 courses) - Homestay**


PROGRAM COST

Single Room Supplement (optional)

Visa Processing Fee (optional)

**Italiaidea Homestay housing: includes 4 dinners and 5 breakfasts and 1 laundry per week. Siena Homestay housing: includes 3 meals a day 7 days a week and laundry. Sorrento Half Board Homestay housing: includes breakfast 7 days a week and laundry. Sorrento Full Board Homestay housing: includes breakfast and dinner 7 days a week and laundry.

Security Deposit (Refundable)

*Tuition Only Program - DOES NOT INCLUDE HOUSING OR SERVICES.

Confirmation Deposit (Non-Refundable: applied to Program Cost)

NOTE: Costs include US Credits. Some programs are offered with host school credits only, with a cost reduction. Some programs also offer Tuition Only Programs, please contact the SAI office for more information.

Application Fee (Non-Refundable)

COSTS SUMMER 2012

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SORRENTO: Sant’Anna Institute - Sorrento Lingue (SASL) • 5-Week Program (3 credits: 1 language) • 5-Week Program (3 credits: 1 language) - Homestay Half Board** • 5-Week Program (3 credits: 1 language) - Homestay Full Board** • 5-Week Program (3 credits: 1 elective) • 5-Week Program (3 credits: 1 elective) - Homestay Half Board** • 5-Week Program (3 credits: 1 elective) - Homestay Full Board** • 5-Week Program (6 credits: 1 elective + language) • 5-Week Program (6 credits: 1 elective + language) - Homestay Half Board** • 5-Week Program (6 credits: 1 elective + language) - Homestay Full Board** • 5-Week Program (6 credits: 2 electives) • 5-Week Program (6 credits: 2 electives) - Homestay Half Board* • 5-Week Program (6 credits: 2 electives) - Homestay Full Board** • 10-Week Program (6 credits: internship + language) • 10-Week Program (6 credits: internship + language) - Homestay Half Board** • 10-Week Program (6 credits: internship + language) - Homestay Full Board** • 10-Week Program (6 credits: internship + 1 elective) • 10-Week Program (6 credits: internship + 1 elective) - Homestay Half Board* • 10-Week Program (6 credits: internship + 1 elective) - Homestay Full Board** • 10-Week Program (9 credits: internship + 2 electives) • 10-Week Program (9 credits: internship + 2 electives) - Homestay Half Board* • 10-Week Program (9 credits: internship + 2 electives) - Homestay Full Board** • 10-Week Program (9 credits: internship + 1 elective + language) • 10-Week Program (9 credits: internship + 1 elective + language) - Homestay Half Board* • 10-Week Program (9 credits: internship + 1 elective + language) - Homestay Full Board** ROME: John Cabot University (JCU) • 6-Week Program (3/4 credits: 1 course) • 6-Week Program (6/7 credits: 2 courses) ROME: Italiaidea Institute • 4-Week Program (4 credits: 1 course) - Homestay** • 4-Week Program (4 credits: 1 course) • 4-Week Program (4 credits: 1 course) - TUITION ONLY: HOUSING NOT INCLUDED • 8-Week Program (8 credits: 2 courses) - Homestay** • 8-Week Program (8 credits: 2 courses) • 8-Week Program (8 credits: 2 courses) - TUITION ONLY: HOUSING NOT INCLUDED TURIN: Torino Study Abroad (TorinoSA) • 4-Week Program (3/4 credits: 1 course) • 4-Week Program (6/8 credits: 2 courses) • 7-Week Archaeology Program (10 credits: 3 courses) • 7-Week Language Program (12 credits: 4 courses) • 8-Week Program (6/8 credits: 2 courses) • 8-Week Program (9/12 credits: 3 courses) • 8-Week Program (12/15 credits: 4 courses) MILAN: Domus Academy (DA) • 2-Week Dual City London/Milan Program (4 Credits: 2 Courses) MILAN: Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA) • 4-Week Program (6 credits: 2 courses) • 6-Week Program (9 credits: 3 courses) • 4-Week Dual City London/Milan Program (6 credits: 2 courses) LONDON: University of the Arts London (All Schools) • 3-Week Program (3 credits: 1 course - CSM ONLY) • 3-Week Program (3 credits: 1 course - CCA, CCAD, WCA ONLY) • 8-Week Fashion Design Program (12 credits: 6 courses - LCF ONLY) • 8-Week Footwear Design Program (12 credits: 4 courses - LCF ONLY)


STUDY ABROAD ITALY For more information, contact STUDY ABROAD ITALY (united states) Tel: (707) 824-8965 • (800) 655-8965 mail@saiprograms.com www.saiprograms.com

Study Abroad Italy Summer Brochure  

Study Abroad Italy's summer 2012 brochure, including all programs.

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