CEA CAPA Education Abroad: Florence, Italy

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Greats like Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Galileo all called this World Heritage site home, and Florence's many museums and galleries house some of the world's most recognizable works of Renaissance art. Today, modern Florence boasts sophis... read more

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I learned how to adapt, I learned to be flexible and most of all I learned about a completely new culture. - George Mason University View Entire Review
I saw and learned about so much history! I also grew super close with my study abroad group! - Texas State University-San Marcos View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with CEA CAPA Education Abroad: Florence, Italy
Past Review Memorable Summer
Adaptability, self awareness, courage, communication/language, a new sense of adventure, and self reliance were some of the things I learned while abroad, and I wouldn't trade it for anything - SUNY - College at Oswego View Entire Review
To live in the moment ! - Spelman College View Entire Review
It was definitely worthwhile because I learned a lot about myself and my capabilities. I also acquired skills that I will use in the future. - Riverside City College View Entire Review
I learned to be extremely independent. I went completely on my own and it was my first time out of the US. I came back a completely different person and it was very worthwhile. - Robert Morris University View Entire Review
Past Review Tours In Tuscany
I learned about cultural competency, Italian language, and culture, and Italian healthcare. It was worthwhile for my major. - D'Youville College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with CEA CAPA Education Abroad: Florence, Italy
Absolutely! I gained a new kind of confidence and I learned so much about art. - Marshall University View Entire Review
I learned more about myself and how to handle money. - D'Youville College View Entire Review
I gained a lot of personal growth, as well as, a broadened view of society as a whole by experiencing another culture. - Marshall University View Entire Review
My experience was definitely worthwhile. I learned a lot about myself and about other people throughout this experience. I was able to gain a lot of independence, and social skills. I also learned how to be more patient when dealing with people from other cultures, and it was extremely eye opening to seeing how other people live... - SUNY - College at Oswego View Entire Review
I learned a lot about Italian art and culture, and was able to travel to so many places I had always dreamed of seeing. My experience living in Florence and traveling Europe was phenomenal and worthwhile, but by the end of the program I was actually afraid to go to school because of the disrespectful and condescending faculty. - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor View Entire Review
mostly a greater sense of the world around me. My eyes were opened to different cultures, ways of life, beliefs, and experiences. 100 % worthwhile - Merrimack College View Entire Review
My biggest takeaways were workplace cultural differences and my Italian language skills. Both of which were definitely worthwhile! - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh View Entire Review
I learned many things while studying abroad, one important thing I learned to do was live on my own. This is very good for any student who is going to community college as I did because this gave me a chance to learn how to cook, be responsible for my own things, and learn how to live with roommates. Aside from that I learned ho... - Riverside City College View Entire Review
I learned about the architecture of Renaissance Italy and it was fun to apply math and science to the foundation of the city while also visiting corresponding museums - Mount Saint Mary College View Entire Review
Past Review Can I Go Back?
Responsibility and how to take chances or going into something blindly. - D'Youville College View Entire Review
Past Review Best Summer Ever
I learned so much about Florence itself as a city and about the art that lives within it. I got to see local artisans, museums, scenery and more. It was more than worthwhile and I would do it all over again if I could. - Anderson University, SC View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with CEA CAPA Education Abroad: Florence, Italy
I gained many life skills that I continue to use in my daily life such as independence, adaptability, and confidence. - SUNY - College at Oswego View Entire Review
I learned how to - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
I didn't learn anything extra besides what was offered in my class and a better way to find where I am going. The trip was definitely worth it and I will be back soon. - Mount Saint Mary College View Entire Review
I learned communication and regular life skills by traveling to another country with peers rather than my family. I was definitely worth my while - Mount Saint Mary College View Entire Review
Past Review Beautiful
I learned how the Italian lifestyle can be healthier. It was great - D'Youville College View Entire Review
I became more independent, responsible, and discovered my love to travel. - Riverside City College View Entire Review
I gained confidence in traveling alone, building lasting friendships, and navigating my way through a foreign city without cell phone service. - University of Hartford View Entire Review

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Greats like Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Galileo all called this World Heritage site home, and Florence's many museums and galleries house some of the world's most recognizable works of Renaissance art. Today, modern Florence boasts sophisticated fashion houses as well as major European engineering firms, making it a center of both creative and technological innovation. Study abroad with CEA CAPA and explore Florence's rich heritage, whether you focus on studio art and fashion design at Santa Reparata International School of Art or immerse yourself in local culture (and hone your Italian language skills) at the CEA CAPA Florence Center, or study marketing, sustainable business, or global studies... Whichever program you choose, your classes will turn the city into your living classroom. You can even gain hands-on work experience while studying abroad through CEA CAPA's volunteering opportunities and our career-boosting Global internship Program!

CEA CAPA also offers Study + Internship in Florence that gives you the real-world experience to stand out in today’s job market while earning credits towards graduation.

 Learn more about CEA CAPA Programs in Florence.



Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Internship
Volunteer
Research
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
  • January Term
  • Short Term
Instruction Language(s):
  • Italian
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Communication and Media Studies
  • Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
  • Italian Language, Literature
  • Liberal Arts, General Studies
  • Cultural Studies
  • Social Sciences
  • Fine Arts, Studio Arts
  • Business
  • Marketing
  • History
  • Fashion / Apparel Design
  • Art History, Criticism and Conservation
Minimum GPA:
2.5
Year Founded:
1997
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CEA CAPA Education Abroad Scholarships

CEA CAPA is committed to increasing access to study and interning abroad. We offer more than $2 million each year in scholarships, affiliations, and grant programs. CEA CAPA scholarships are available to students on programs of three weeks or more. All scholarships require students to complete an application, and not all scholarships are available each term. FEA scholarships are administered by the Fund for Education Abroad, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing access to study abroad.

100-5,000

Deadlines:
Program Start Date: (Apply by Date) - January (Oct. 15) - March-April (Nov. 15) - May (March 1) - June-July (May 1) - August-October (May 1)

Guidelines/Requirements:
Scholarship awards vary from $100 - $5,000 according to need, program duration, and location. Content Creator and Alumni Ambassador funding varies and is disbursed following successful completion of program activities. Scholarships are very competitive. Students are encouraged to use thoughtful, concrete examples in the essay questions, include all required financial documents, and proofread carefully before submitting. Late essays or forms will not be accepted, and incomplete applications will not be reviewed. This scholarship cannot be combined with CEA CAPA Opportunity Scholarships - participants may apply for only one of these scholarships. *Please note, deadlines for Spring '24 Scholarships have now passed.*

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