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SACI The Art School of Florence
|Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Mininum GPA:||2.75||Class Status:||02-Sophomore|
|Internships:||No||Academic Areas:||Art and Design, Art History, Arts, Creative Writing, Fashion Design, Fine and Applied Arts, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Italian Studies, Moving Image Arts, Photography|
|Language of Instruction:||English, Italian||Program Type:||Study Abroad|
Since 1975, over seven thousand students have enjoyed the special educational experience offered by the Academic Semester Abroad Program. The wide variety of studio arts and humanities courses allows our students to participate in a program that meets their individual educational requirements and offers the significant cultural opportunity of living overseas. The undergraduate student body at SACI is made up of approximately 98% US college-enrolled students. Those who have completed the Academic Semester Abroad Program have received recognition for their work at SACI from over 250 university-level institutions throughout the world. Use the search tool on the SACI Affiliated Schools page to see if your school has granted credits for study at SACI.
Most students follow a program selected from the wide variety of subjects that SACI offers. In both the Fall and Spring semesters, a student may enroll in five courses for a total of 15 credits. It is suggested that students do not register for more than three studio courses per semester. Students in the Academic Semester Program have opportunities to exhibit their artwork at SACI.
Undergraduates in good standing at any college, university, or art school with a minimum GPA of 2.75 are invited to apply to our Academic Semester Abroad Program. Independent US or international students who meet equivalent standards may also apply.
Not all courses are offered every term. Please note which terms courses are offered (found under the course description).
Printmaking (except for Printmaking Workshop)
Design Futures: A Seminar
Eco Design Studio
Furniture Design (Spring Term only)
History of Photography
History of Italian Cinema
History of Italian Opera
History of Italian Theater
Acting: Italian Methods & Techniques
Creative Writing Workshop
Literature and Visual Art
Modern Italian Women Writers