STUDY ABROAD SPRING SEMESTER IN FLORENCE

8th JANUARY – 30th APRIL 2014
7th JANUARY – 29th APRIL 2015

Led by George Mason University Professor Martin Sherwin in 2014, this study abroad program is open to any undergraduate student who has earned 45 semester credit hours (sophomore, junior or senior standing) by January 2014, including non-Mason undergraduate students.

It was during the Middle Ages and Renaissance Era that Florence became the cultural hub of Europe, where artists like Leonardo DaVinci and Michelangelo, architects like Brunelleschi, and writers like Dante flourished. The evidence of their achievements is still present throughout Florence in palaces, squares, churches, monuments, and museums.

These days, Florence is an active commercial center for business, banking, fashion, and the production of leather goods. The innumerable artistic treasures and natural beauty of the Tuscan countryside attracts students from all over the world who come to Florence as their place for an unforgettable study abroad experience. This unique city will be yours to absorb, explore, taste, marvel, and enjoy for an entire semester! Excursions are also included in the program's fee!

For further details and application please contact Center for Global Education at George Mason University: http://globaled.gmu.edu/programs/semester/florence.html

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Centro Fiorenza - Italian Language and Culture Courses - P.IVA: IT03304380482
Via S. Spirito, 14 - 50125 - Firenze - Italy - Tel. +39.055.2398274 - Fax +39.055.287148

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