Students are encouraged to participate in the Study Abroad Program at the University of Bologna, the oldest university in Europe. Co-sponsored by UW-Madison and Indiana University, the program is not limited to Italian majors. Students interested in language, literature, art, history, music, international relations and political science will benefit from the experience of studying and living in one of the major cultural centers of Europe.
A unique feature of this study abroad program is that, following an orientation period focusing on Italian language skills, culture, and history, participants attend courses at the University of Bologna with Italian students. They thus have ample opportunity to speak Italian and to gain first-hand knowledge about Italian life and culture.
Students may earn 30 or more credits on this 9-month program.
Contact the program coordinator for more information.
Rome 2020–Summer in Italy
May 29-June 27, 2020
Earn 6 university credits: Italian Language-All Levels (3 credits),
Italian Society and Culture GER HU (3 credits)
Contact Mary Iaquinta email@example.com
Earn 6 university credits in Rome, the eternal city, this summer with UWM and ACCENT! Immerse yourself in experiential learning, exploring emblematic Roman monuments, cathedrals, museums, neighborhoods and galleries in an Italian Culture and Society course taught in English by the UWM program faculty director. Study Italian at the beginning, intermediate or advanced level. Participants on this program live in rooms at the international residence campus in Rome and have the opportunity to attend optional excursions organized by the ACCENT Rome Center staff. The ACCENT Rome center will also provide study abroad students with a computer lab and guidance such as tips on living in Rome.