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-Accommodation in self catered apartments
-Residential lab in the Giudicarie Valley
-International medical insurance and emergency evacuation services
-Pre-departure orientation and services
-On-site Resident Director
The Trentino program is designed to create intense cultural immersion opportunities for students interested in history or sustainability. You can take an experience-based course in public history focused on Alpine Italy and its thousands of years of history as a frontier area in the very heart of Europe. Or take the course “Sustainability, Food, and Landscapes in the Italian Alps” which considers issues of global concern such as sustainable agriculture practices, climate change and resource management with Trentino as your case study. In both courses, you will begin the program through a structured virtual pre-semester course component before traveling to the Italy where the Alpine region becomes your classroom as you visit villages, meet with local experts and connect to businesses and organizations. Your BCA Trentino Resident Director, a native of Trentino’s capital Trento, will introduce you to the exceptional natural resources and warm hospitality that characterizes the region.
- Venture farther afield than most other study abroad students in Italy in this beautiful Alpine region known for its breathtaking views, crystal glacier lakes and convergence of Italian and German culture.
- Analyze the complex interaction between people and their environment by focusing on the food industry or public engagement with the past. Review it all from the Italian Alps’ perspective, a place renowned for its distinctive history, environment, rich a
- Sample Trentino’s culinary creations for yourself. You’ll have the opportunity to tour and complete tastings at an olive oil mill, coffee roasting factory and a farm holiday enterprise.