Summer Program in Orvieto
In collaboration with the Italian Cultural Studies Institute
Excursions to Florence, Rome, Perugia, Assisi, Siena
Summer 2004 - July 5-31
Come to lovely, strategically located Orvieto for four unforgettable weeks, enjoy the natural and cultural richness of one of central Italy’s most important stops between Rome and Florence, stay in a first-rate hotel, centrally located, in comfortable rooms, participate in educational excursions to Florence, Rome, Assisi, Perugia, and Siena.
Students may choose from the following courses, up to six credits:
Italian 3.6: Basic Conversation workshop, 3 credits. (Open to students who have taken one or two semesters of Italian.)
Italian 59.1: Advanced Conversation, 3 credits. (Open to students who have taken three or more semesters of Italian.)
Italian 19.50: History of Italian Civilization, 3 credits (In English, open to all students. Can be applied toward the Italian major by making special arrangements with the instructor.)
Art 14.71: Early Renaissance Art in Italy, 3 credits (In English, open to all students.)
Accommodations: double occupancy room with private bath in a first-rate hotel, breakfast included.
Flight: Students have the option of making their own travel arrangements, but a group flight will be offered. Students who choose the group flight will be picked up at the airport by bus and taken to Orvieto.
Meals: Pay as you go with a Program ID discounted in participating restaurants ranging between $4 and $15. Orvieto has excellent, inexpensive restaurants and cafeterias.
The program is open to qualified CUNY and non-CUNY undergraduate and graduate students.
Program Cost: $1602
Cost includes accommodations (with breakfast) and excursions.
Not included: CUNY tuition, airfare (about $800-$1000), meals (around $400 to $600) or spending money (about $500).
Deadline for application: April 15, 2004
For application contact Palma DellaPorta at 718-951-3195/5773 or at email@example.com.
For further information e-mail Professor Bonaffini (below).
Scholarships maybe available if criteria are met. Please contact Professor Bonaffini or Palma Dellaporta for more information
All costs, fees, and dates are subject to change without notification.
Dept. of Modern Languages
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