Syracuse University in Florence
Come rediscover the Renaissance and the rebirth of antiquity in the city whose streets and piazzas overflow with art and life. Florence is your classroom as the top researchers and scholars in their fields help you to uncover the connections between history, politics, and creative genius.
What You Need to Know
Course offerings at SU Florence are extensive! Academic programs include: Anthropology, Architecture, Art History/Fine Arts, Hospitality Management, Humanities, Italian Language, Nutrition Science, Political Science, Religion, Sociology, Studio Arts, and Women’s and Gender Studies. A new Management/Arts Management component is also being offered.
Expect to be deeply engaged with your studies and host culture. Field study
and site visits
within Florence and throughout Italy are integral to the academic program, and your home-stay
will round out both your personal and educational experience. There are options for all language levels, and intermediate and advanced Italian language students may take courses at the University of Florence. Consider supplementing your academic program with one of over 30 internships
The SU Florence Center's campus is located on historic Piazza Savonarola and contains classrooms and lounges, a renowned library (the largest English-language collection in the city), a garden, a caffe bar, and computer cluster with Internet capability. Syracuse art and architecture studios are located nearby at Piazzale Donatello.
Experience more than you ever imagined! The SU Florence program is known as a pioneer in creative community engagement. You'll have opportunities not only to take from the cultural wealth of the city and its people, but to contribute of yourself and your culture too. SU Abroad in Florence arranges one-of-a-kind partnerships with artisans, schools, theaters and more to provide unique learning experiences. You can check out the latest in a series of innovative collaborations at the SU Florence website.
Visit the SU Florence Center's homepage.