SRISA: Faculty-Led and Customized Programs in Florence

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SRISA’s Faculty-Led Programs allow institutions to enhance their program offerings by providing an opportunity for visiting faculty and their student body to gain study abroad experience in a unique setting. Faculty-Led Programs utilize existing S... read more

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OVERALL RATING 4.5
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Past Review Srisa Is Great
I learned that I could survive on my own for the summer and that I would love Florence even more. - Academy of Art University View Entire Review
I think it shattered a lot of misconceptions. Both good and bad. Italy was like any other country. It has its good and bad things. Florence as a city was no different. The subtle racism surprised me a little. I think a lot of Americans have this preconception that the rest of the world has somehow moved "beyond" that but it isn'... - Hardin-Simmons University View Entire Review

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SRISA’s Faculty-Led Programs allow institutions to enhance their program offerings by providing an opportunity for visiting faculty and their student body to gain study abroad experience in a unique setting. Faculty-Led Programs utilize existing SRISA’s infrastructure, studios, and services, allowing faculty to focus on teaching rather than managing logistical challenges of being abroad.  Each relationship is unique and structured to address each new program’s student, faculty and administrative needs. 
Students are able to experience learning in an unparalleled environment and actively participate in the student exhibition at the end of every term.  Visiting faculty have an opportunity to engage with other visiting professors and SRISA’s local faculty and staff, providing a bridge into the community and cross-cultural learning.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Custom
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