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Italy offers everything you could ever want for a rewarding study abroad experience: a great climate, rich culture, impressive art, tasty cuisine, and so much more! Be more than just one of the millions of tourists in Italy when you go with CIS Abroad, as you’ll have the chance to get off the beaten track with our staff’s guidance. Choose from any of our immersive and supportive programs, from a culinary-focused travelling study tour to a semester studying and living alongside locals. Choose from programs in Rome, Italy's capital, Florence, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, on the colorful Amalfi Coast, or in Perugia, a youthful college town on a hill with deep cultural roots and walkable cobbled streets. All options offer exceptional support, incredible activities, and a options for a wide range of majors. The host institutions range from large, English-speaking universities to small study centers focused on language and culture.
- Choose from four amazing host cities and universities
- Take courses in English or study Italian at all levels
- Local excursions and activities and at least 1 day trip and 1 overnight trip
- Explore your host city and easily use public transportation to explore Italy
- Study and socialize with students from across the US and around the world
CISabroad Scholarships and Financial Aid
70% of all CISabroad students receive scholarships, grants, or discounts to study abroad. We're unapologetically committed to increasing access to international education for all students.
Study at the Sant’Anna Institute, home to an international community that promotes experiential learning and cross-cultural exploration between faculty, staff, and students. The school sits high atop the cliffs near the colorful Amalfi Coast, overlooking the fishing village of Marina Grande, just a short walk from the café-lined city center where they’ll start to learn your name.
Live like a local in one of the world’s most popular and timeless destinations. Hit the ground running by participating in a one-week, three-credit traveling Cultural Introduction to Italy course, connecting you with your fellow program participants and your new home country! Study alongside other study abroad students just as excited to experience Italy as you are at Florence University of the Arts, situated throughout downtown Florence.
Live in Perugia, a youthful college town on a hill with deep cultural roots and walkable cobbled streets. Take classes at the Umbra Institute, whose distinctive programs allow you to dive deep into Italian culture and learn beyond the classroom. The small class sizes and close-knit community mean personalized attention in your classes (all in one building in the center of town), and you’ll be able to practice your Italian with local students