Florence University of the Arts (FUA) presents a contemporary and thorough approach to a Liberal Arts education, along with an extensive curriculum in Studio Arts. With small classes taught by a highly qualified international faculty, every course aims to enhance the social, intercultural and professional experience of each student. Known for its focus on fine arts, Courses include numerous options in art history including Contemporary Italian Art, History of Photography, Renaissance Art in Florence, and more.
Academic Year , Fall , Spring , Summer
Language: English, Italian avaliable
Join UK Professor Becky Alley in Argentina to study Curatorial Strategies and Street Scenes/Zines. From the Andes Mountains to the bustling port city of Buenos Aires, Argentina embodies the richness of both South American and European cultures. Based in Buenos Aires, a fascinating urban landscape with famous streets, cafes, architecture, cuisine, music and dance, group excursions include visits to museums, outdoor markets, historic mansions, national monuments, government ministries and soccer stadiums. Courses make Argentina the focus of discussion through hands-on learning opportunities and guest lectures by local Argentine experts. Students enjoy free weekends to travel independently to other regions in Argentina.
Rain forests, cloud forests, beaches, coral reefs, white water rivers, and volcanoes are all just a few hours drive away from the Universidad Veritas campus in San Jose, Costa Rica. While you're studying abroad, you'll have the opportunity to enroll in English or Spanish language classes. Art studio classes such as Basic Principles of Drawing, and Mural Painting and Public Art are great opportunities to earn major credit abroad. No previous knowledge of Spanish is required to study at Universidad Veritas, but one semester is recommended to help you make your way around San Jose.
Fall , Spring
Language: English, Spanish available