⦁ Pre-Departure Orientation
⦁ Visa & Immigration Advising and support
⦁ Financial Advising
⦁ Tuition and Registration
⦁ Airport Pick-up
⦁ On-site Orientation
⦁ Welcome City Tour
⦁ On-site Staff Support
⦁ 24/7 Emergency Assistance
⦁ General Assistance and Travel Support
⦁ Welcome & Farewell Events
⦁ Housing (Sant’Anna dorms or central shared apartments)
⦁ Local Cultural Engagement and Activities
⦁ Volunteer Opportunities
⦁ Excursions and field trips(eg Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Capri)
⦁ Host Institution Services & Amenities
⦁ Official Transcript(s)
⦁ Health and Safety support
⦁ Re-entry program
Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5
Sant’Anna Institute is proud to use the experiential learning model where students engage with their professors via site visits. For example, Volcanology students spend a day at Mount Vesuvius. Archaeology students spend a day at Pompeii. Business students have site visits at local businesses.
To check the full list of courses available at Sant’ Anna Institute please click here.
Summer students choose 1-4 courses, of which one is required to be an Italian course (all levels available.)
All courses are 3 credits (45 contact hours) unless otherwise noted
All of Sant’Anna Institute’s academic courses are offered through Jacksonville University (Florida) Non-Jacksonville University students can apply to transfer course credits to their home institution by requesting a Jacksonville University transcript. Except for the Italian Language and Literature courses, each course is taught in English.
Once you choose your modules, get in touch with your home institution and get the approval!
For 3 credits (150 hours); Academic credit for internships is transferable through Jacksonville University (Florida)
Complete with 1-4 other academic courses including Italian language (all levels available);
**Note: Internship has an additional course fee of $400 USD, compulsory by Italian law, valid from summer 2016 term.
Language: Most internships can be conducted in English, without a prior knowledge of the Italian language, however see individual fields and placements for language specifications
EZC students will primarily be housed in Sant’Anna Institute’s brand new residence hall space, occupying the top two floors of the institute. Students will share twin bedrooms with an en-suite bathroom in each bedroom. There is a shared kitchen and common area, as well a beautiful terrace overlooking the bay. Students can freely cook and eat all together in a large and well-furnished kitchen and why not, even preparing typical Italian dishes!
Rooms will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Apartment living is a great choice for students who enjoy interacting with others.
There will be 4-6 people per apartment, located within a 30-minute walk or a short public transit ride from the Institute. Apartments in Italy, especially in the historical centers, are all situated in antique buildings.
All apartments come equipped with the following amenities for student use:
Bed and linens
Stove and basic cooking facilities
Kitchen with table and chairs
Single rooms and host family accommodations are available for an additional fee on a limited basis.
Students who would like to immerse themselves in the Italian language and culture can choose to live with a local host family. We have long-lasting relationships with our host families to provide a safe, cozy and welcoming environment to our students.
|Dates||May 26 – June 29, 2019||Application Due Date||April 1, 2019||Final Forms & Payments Due||April 15, 2019||Admissions Status||Currently Accepting Applications|
|Dates||June 30 – Aug 3, 2019||Application Due Date||April 1, 2019||Final Forms & Payments Due||April 15, 2019||Admissions Status||Currently Accepting Applications|