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Spotlight on Summer Study Abroad: Florence, Italy

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Spotlight on Summer Study Abroad: Florence, Italy | AIFS Study Abroad

The best place to study abroad is different for each person. The best time to study abroad is also an individual choice. To help you find the study abroad program that is right for you, AIFS offers opportunities around the world and throughout the year—including summer term!

Summer study abroad in Florence is a chance to earn up to 10 credits surrounded by endless art, culture and history in the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Florence is the beautiful capital of Tuscany, and one of the most captivating cities in all of Italy.

Anyone interested in anthropology, art history, drawing, entrepreneurship, fashion, history, Italian language, marketing, painting, photography, and sociology should consider this opportunity to study at Richmond in Florence. It is open to high school graduates and college undergraduates.

An Internship Program for 7 credits is available with a focus on hospitality, tourism management and Italian food and wine culture. This is open to students with at least 45 credits completed by the start of the program.

AIFS Summer programs are perfect for students to advance their education, travel and even obtain an international internship placement between Spring and Fall semesters. If you have a particularly rigorous semester schedule, but don’t want to miss the chance to have a life-changing global adventure, Summer study abroad is an especially flexible option.

Summer term abroad is a fantastic way to gain valuable international experience, see a bit of the world and knock a few things off your bucket list in one excellent adventure! Whether it’s your only opportunity to study abroad or one of many in an extensive study abroad portfolio, we’re here to help you find the best program to make your dream to study abroad come true.

Check out additional opportunities to study abroad in Italy, including January term in the northern Italian Alps and Spring 2017 in Florence. 

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