Here are the links for Studying Abroad and in Italy:
- Study Abroad – From TransitionsAbroad.com
- Study Abroad program: Italy – Welcome to the resource for meaningful travel! – From GoAbroad.com
- Study Abroad Programs – From Learn4good
- Study Abroad Italy – From
- Study in Italy – From MIUR (Ministry of Education, University and Research)
- Studying in Italy – Making Italy Your Classroom – From Transworld Education
- Studying in Italy – From Travellerspoint Travel Community
- Study Italian in Italy – From TransitionsAbroad.com
- Istituto Linguistico Mediterraneo – "Italian language school in Tuscany to learn Italian in Italy. Courses of Italian language and culture." – In multiple languages
- The American University of Rome
- Cornell University in Rome Program
- List of Universities in Rome – From Romexplorer.com
- Loyola University Chicago – The John Felice Rome Center
- Rome International Schools, Directory of Schools, & Universities in Rome – From “As the Romans Do: An American Family's Italian Odyssey”, Alan Epstein
- Temple University – International Programs
- University of Dallas – Rome Program
- University of Notre Dame – International Study Programs
- University of Southern California – Office of Overseas Studies
- Study in Italy Program – "... is an interdisciplinary program sponsored by the University of Texas School of Architecture and the College of Liberal Arts." – From The University of Texas at Austin
- University of Washington Rome Center
- Find International Programs in Italy – Consortium for International Education & Multicultural Studies – From Worldwide Classroom
- The Little Blue What-To-Do: The Stranger’s Guide to Perugia – In English, Italian – Source: published by Green Door Publishing – In Italian Only
Please note: I do NOT represent or endorse any of these links nor do I receive payment for listing them in my blog.
This is just a sampling of what is available for studying in Italy or abroad.
That's it for Tuesday, 6 June 2006: martedì, 6 giugno 2006.
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