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Study Abroad SemesterLorenzo de' Medici - The Italian International Institute
Study Abroad Semester at LdM in Florence, Rome or Tuscania
Choose a study abroad semester at Lorenzo de' Medici (LdM) - one of Italy’s most well-established international institutions in higher education. Students can choose between a range of courses in multiple disciplines, and customize their study program to suit their academic and personal goals.
Students can study at one of LdM's three campuses:
- LdM Florence is right in the very heart of the Renaissance city - ideal for studying fine arts, design, and creative and culinary arts.
- LdM Rome offers subjects including art and literature, Italian language, and STEM.
- LdM Tuscania, a historic hill town in the Latium countryside, offers students a real immersive Italian experience, with courses such as Italian language and culture, fine arts, culinary arts, and sustainable farming.
Semester programs start in Fall and Spring. Students can also apply for a whole Academic Year Program, four-week Summer programs, and four-week workshops and Field Schools. All courses are taught in English, except for Italian Language and Culture.
Contact LdM to find out more.
To be eligible to apply for this program students must:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be in a good medical/psychological condition
- Have proof of English proficiency
Students looking to take the Three Cities Program, Archaeology Field School and STEM courses, must have completed one year of university by the start of the program. Contact LdM for more information.
Tuition & fees
Please contact LdM for pricing details.
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