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Semester / Trimester

Students may choose between the following Program Terms:

Business, Hospitality, Design & Liberal Arts - Florence University of the Arts and Apicius International School of Hospitality

Students will enroll in a total of 12-15 semester credits per semester in a variety of subject areas at Florence University of the Arts and Apicius International School of Hospitality (FUA and AISH) including: Advertising, Art History, Contemporary Italian Studies, Digital Media, Environmental Studies, Fashion Design, Food and Culture, History, Hospitality, Italian Language, Journalism, Literature, Marketing, Management, Nutrition, Photography, Political Science, Sport Science and Studio Art. Students who have not completed a college semester/quarter of Italian language or the equivalent must choose language as one of their courses. Some courses may require additional fees.

Courses are taught in English except for Italian language courses which are available for students with a beginning through advanced level of proficiency. Also available are elective courses in Italian for advanced speakers and internships. Courses will be taught by local and international faculty. Classmates are international students, the majority of whom are North American.

Upon program completion, students will receive a transcript issued directly from the Florence University of the Arts (FUA). Students requiring a U.S. transcript will have the option to request a supplemental transcript from the University of South Florida (USF), who serves as the U.S. School of Record for ISA programs held at the FUA/APICIUS. For more information on this option, please contact ISA.

ProgramDatesCodePriceStatus
Fall 1 2014Aug 26, 2014 to Dec 13, 2014IFLF1114$15,700Program in Progress
Spring 1 2015Jan 27, 2015 to May 16, 2015IFLS1115$15,250Currently Accepting Applications!
Fall 1 2015Aug 27, 2015 to Dec 14, 2015IFLF1115$15,250Currently Accepting Applications!

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