FUA Florence University of the Arts
FUA Florence University of the Arts Programs
This is a 39-credit program and a collaborative undertaking of FUA with Endicott College. Focusing in International Tourism, this program is on a full-time basis, lasting...
Combine language study with the acquisition of professional experience in an internship placement in Italy. All students must complete at least one three-week session of
FUA Florence University of the Arts Reviews
The best semester yet
Submitted by miamcgovern - University of San Diego | January 24, 2015
After living in the city for almost four months, Florence easily became a second home to me. FUA provided endless opportunities to really become immersed with all aspects of the Italian culture. I wouldn't have traded my experience for anything!
Study Abroad Florence
Submitted by kaylakuzniewski - Fairfield University | January 23, 2015
Excellent program. I was extremely impressed by how organized it was. There was always someone to go to with questions or concerned. I felt safe and secure the entire time there. From what I've heard about other programs, this seems to be the best put together.
There's no better place than Florence.
Submitted by SB - FUA | January 02, 2015
I have found that traveling invigorates the soul, opens the eyes, and leaves us with greater understanding of just how we fit in this not so big world we each call home. Florence will forever hold a special place in my heart.
Submitted by ln12 - Westfield State University | December 31, 2014
I enjoyed studying at FUA because my professors were really great! The classes were easy and it didn't feel like I was going to school. The EFT trips through FUA were amazing! I had two of them included in my program and they were some of the best trips I took while studying abroad.
Submitted by goosiegirl12 - Florence University of the Arts | December 22, 2014
I loved the courses that I took, I wish I had researched Florence more before I decided to study abroad there, it is a very touristy city, and a lot of people speak english, which I think hinders the Italian learning experience.