- Study abroad in Italy – Source: TOPUNIVERSITIES – "University Rankings, Course Guides and International Study Information for Students and Parents"
- IIEPASSPORT.ORG: Your Study Abroad Connection! – Source: web site
- Italy Program – "Semester Program in Italy" – Source: Study Abroad section of Meredith College
- John Cabot University – "An American university in the heart of Rome, Italy" – "An American liberal arts university in Rome, Italy, JCU offers bachelor’s degrees and study abroad programs." – Source: web site
- MBA Degree and Study Abroad Programs in Italy – Source: CIMBA – "Consortium of Universities for International Studies"
- Meredith College – Semester Program in Italy – Source: Study Abroad section of Meredith College – "I Believe..."
- Programs – Source: Lorenzo de' Medici – "The Italian International Institute" – "Lorenzo de' Medici is committed to providing a high-quality education that enables students to realize their own potential, develop and apply their creativity, and interact successfully with the community worldwide"
- Special Instructional Programs – Please scroll down to section labeled, "Cortona Program" – Source: found under the The University of Georgia Graduate School section of The University of Georgia
- the Umbra Institute – "STUDY ABROAD IN PERUGIA, ITALY" – Source: web site
- University for Foreigners (Università per Stranieri)
- University for Foreigners Perugia (Università per Stranieri di Perugia) – "is the oldest and most prestigious italian institution involved in teaching and research activities as well as in the diffusion of the Italian language and civilisation in all expressions." – Source: web site – In English, Italian
- University for Foreigners Siena (Università per Stranieri di Siena) – "" – Source: web site – In English, Italian
- ITALY – Source: StudyAbroad.com – "is the Internet's leading source of information on educational opportunities for students to study in other countries."
- PhD Programs in Italy – "This section provides information about the PhD programs available in Italy." – Source:
- Study Abroad in Italy – Source: Transitions Abroad – "WORK • STUDY • TRAVEL • LIVING"
- Study in Italy – "There are 164 organizations offering a total of 440 Study Abroad programs" – Source: GoAbroad.com® – "Welcome to the resource for meaningful travel!™" – " . . . is the leading international education and experiential travel resource."
- ITALY AND ELSEWHERE
- 2011 Summer Programs – "Upcoming Information Sessions" and "Individual appointments are available upon request; please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information." – Source: Global Programs section of NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
- Meredith College Study Abroad – Source: Meredith College – "I Believe..."
- Program Locations – Source: Academic Studies Abroad – "a leader in study abroad"
- study abroad italy – Source: Study Abroad Italy (SAI) – " . . . has been dedicated to providing students with an exceptional cultural and educational experience abroad in Italy, and now also in London."
- Study Abroad in Italy, Programs in Florence and Rome – Source: CEA Global Education – "provides college study abroad programs to American students in 14 countries and 24 cities across the globe."
- Study Abroad Program Italy – Source: TWO WORLDS UNITED – "EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION" – "a worldwide leader in international education offers quality student exchange opportunities."
- Study Abroad Search – "Looking for study abroad programs? Search our directory of over 17,000 opportunities abroad updated daily and find the best study abroad program for you!" – Source: GoAbroad.com® – "Welcome to the resource for meaningful travel!™" – " . . . is the leading international education and experiential travel resource."
- Why Study Abroad in Italy with AIFS – Source: Study Abroad with AIFS (American Institute For Foreign Study) – "is today the leader in summer, semester and academic year college study abroad programs."
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on what to bring to Italy if you are an Expat or a student *, dated, Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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That's it for Wednesday, 23 February 2011: mercoledì, 23 febbraio 2011
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