Ready for a study abroad experience that includes rigorous academics and takes advantage of an off-the-beaten-path location? CET Siena is for Italy-lovers who are ready to make a full year's worth of Italian language progress and to delve deeper into their understanding of Italian culture through electives in history of art, studio art, film, literature and politics. Local roommates or homestays and a faculty-led Traveling Seminar open additional windows to Italian culture. University of Virginia oversees academics, making this program a good fit for serious students of all majors and Italian language levels. This program is open to students from all colleges and universities.
Av. do Estado, 2052 - Sé, São Paulo - SP, Brazil
This program is for students who want to step out of their comfort zone and come to understand Brazil from a local perspective. The basic curriculum is a combination of Portuguese language courses and electives taught in English, but intermediate and advanced students may opt for full immersion by taking direct enroll courses in Portuguese alongside Brazilian peers. Excursions provide insider's access, allowing students to engage with Brazilian society as actors, not spectators. Students of all Portuguese language levels and majors are welcome.
Via Orsammichele, 4-6, 50123 Firenze, Italy
Want to study in one of Italy's most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities in an academically challenging environment? With CET Florence, the city provides inspiration--and field trip destinations--for top-notch classes. Because the program is affiliated with Vanderbilt University, you can be assured of a seamless credit transfer process that will help you stay on track for graduation. CET Florence is open to all majors. The program size is small, so you can be sure your professors will take an individual approach and that you will experience Florence like a local.