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Santa Reparata International School of Art: Fine Art, Design, Liberal Arts, Italian Language + Internships in Florence
SRISA Study Abroad in Florence.SRISA is a leading institution in Florence, Italy offering an accredited US university-level program in Fine Art, Design, Liberal Arts, Italian Language, and Internships. All classes, with the exception of Italian, a... read more
self growth and confidence, and broader world view wonderandwanderlust - University of Akron View Entire Review
I want to go again. natalie.rayfield - University of Tennessee - Knoxville View Entire Review
It was definitely worthwhile and I gained a new outlook on my own life as well as an appreciation for different cultures. A student - University of Wisconsin - Madison View Entire Review
This could go on forever with the numerous things I gained and learned from my study abroad experience. To save time, I will just say that it was indefinitely worthwhile and I would go back in a second. Kendell H - Santa Reparata International School of Art View Entire Review
I learned how to take things slow and enjoy the little things in life. Family and friends are one of the most important things you have so spend time with them when you can. Live on the edge and do things outside your comfort zone. Alyssa L - University of Wisconsin - Madison View Entire Review
I learned a lot in class, but also travelling, visiting museums, eating food, talking to locals, shopping etc. It was worth every penny and I would go again if I had the time. Rebecca R - Colorado State University View Entire Review
Not only did I learn about the things I was studying (photography, art history, food) but I also learned about the culture of the country my family originated from. I learned how to respect a different lifestyle. christina.m.micheletti - University of Wisconsin - Superior View Entire Review
I learned so much about the Italian culture as well as my independence. This experience was priceless and worth more than any amount of money to me. I wouldn't trade the world for my experience abroad. I loved every minute of it. The culture, the people, the food, and the knowledge I gained while I was there. meredith.gettler - Santa Reparata International School of Art View Entire Review
I loved learning about Italian culture and tradition, but I would have loved to remain for an entire semester and year and fully immerse myself in the city and language. The Santa Reparata staff was extremely warm and welcoming, and very helpful with all of our questions. I would absolutely return to Santa Reparata. rebdigiovanna - University of Tennessee - Knoxville View Entire Review
I gained the opportunity to learn a new culture and see Italy which is something I've always wanted. I also got the privilege to meet amazing people while doing it and working with the school staff and students closely. I was able to build great relationships with the people I've met. A student - Santa Reparata International School of Art View Entire Review
Learned how to do things on my own. Definitely worth it. henry.erdman - University of Wisconsin - Madison View Entire Review
Everything. It was totally worth it. I can't wait to go back on vacation with my soon to be wife and our kids and tell them how we were engaged here and we studied art. Alejandro V - University of Texas - San Antonio View Entire Review
SRISA Study Abroad in Florence.
SRISA is a leading institution in Florence, Italy offering an accredited US university-level program in Fine Art, Design, Liberal Arts, Italian Language, and Internships. All classes, with the exception of Italian, are taught in English.
For students wishing to study abroad in Florence, SRISA offers semester, summer, and year-long study abroad programs. The curriculum is enhanced by field trips throughout Italy, art and culture seminars, student art exhibits, fashion shows, and activities. SRISA courses follow the US academic credit system.
SRISA is a direct enrollment program, students can apply directly to us. We also partner with many universities and are affiliated with universities across the US and Mexico. Our accrediting institution is Maryville, University, St. Louis.
Our small student: instructor ratio and open classroom philosophy facilitate an interesting learning environment where students have the chance to learn, create, and design outside of the classroom, experiencing Italy and its charm up close. From visiting museums, to the Venice Biennale art show, to Fashion exhibits, our students are exposed to real-world events.
• Fine Arts
• Liberal Arts
• Italian Language and Culture
• Early Education / Art Education Program
• Internship Program
• Post-Baccalaureate Program
FINE ART: Photography, Painting, Drawing, Digital Imaging, New Genres, Printmaking, Sculpture, Performance Art, and Book Arts
DESIGN: Fashion Design, Communication Design, Jewelry Design, Textiles Design, Graphic Design and Digital Imaging
LIBERAL ARTS: Art History, History, Communications, Marketing and Business, Literature and Writing, Political Science and Economics, Psychology, and Gender Studies
ITALIAN LANGUAGE: Italian Language, Italian Studies
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
- Academic Year
- Short Term
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Interior Architecture
- Architecture History, Architectural Criticism
- Italian Studies
- Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
- Communication and Media Studies
- Bilingual and Multicultural Education
- Foundations of Education
- Italian Language, Literature
- Apparel and Textiles
- Writing, General
- Creative Writing
- Liberal Arts, General Studies
- Visual and Performing Arts
- Digital Arts
- Crafts, Craft Design
- Design and Applied Arts
- Film, Video, Photographic Arts
- Fine Arts, Studio Arts
- Fashion / Apparel Design
- Art History, Criticism and Conservation
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Direct Enrollment/Exchange Scholarships
The SRISA Merit scholarship is a full tuition scholarship to recognize students who have excelled academically or artistically.
SRISA’s Partial Tuition Need-Based Scholarship is designed for students who wish to study abroad but lack the financial resources. Includes a work-study aspect and is available during Summer A sessions.
The Need-Based scholarship provides an invaluable opportunity for prospective SRISA students to study abroad in Florence. The scholarship is for students who demonstrate financial need or are low-income students. Includes a work-study aspect and is available during Summer A sessions.
SRISA’s Diversity Scholarship Program is a part of its commitment to Generation Study Abroad ™, a five-year initiative launched by the Institute of International Education in 2014 to double the number of U.S. college students studying abroad by the end of the decade. For the purpose of this scholarship, diversity is defined as under-represented students in study abroad and includes diversity in ethnic and racial groups, first generation college students, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, military status.
The SRISA Partial Tuition Merit Scholarship is a partial scholarship and work-study to recognize students who have excelled academically or artistically.