Current Students

Study Abroad in Italy

Apicius International School of Hospitality, Florence University of the Arts

(June 16- July 12, 2024)

This study abroad program allows students structured time to travel and to learn about the regions of Italy first-hand. An eight-day cultural tour, from Rome north to Florence, serves as an introduction class. Students then live in Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance, while studying at the Apicius International School of Hospitality campus for three weeks with their choice of four courses for class credit.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, graduating seniors can attend the program.

Yes, but students need to arrive in Rome on Sunday, June 18 by 5:00 pm.

Visa requirements are dependent on nationality, home country, length of stay and reason for stay. Refer to the Visa for Italy Website for more information.

Refer to this website for COVID requirements:

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