AT A GLANCE

Eligibility

• Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior
• 2.75 cumulative GPA
• All majors welcome to apply; preference given to Art majors. Students must have matriculated at UW-Madison for at least one semester.
• Language Pre-requisite: None
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students. Other students apply directly to SACI.

Subjects

Studio arts, art history, Italian language and culture

Classroom Language

English

Housing

Apartments

Program Duration

Fall: Early September to Mid December
Spring: Early January to Late April
Academic Year: Early September to Late April
Summer Session I: Mid May to Late June
Summer Session II: Late June to Late July
Summer Session I & II: Mid May to Late July

Application Deadline(s)

TermApplication Deadline
Spring 2013-14  9/27/2013
Summer 2014 Session I AND II 2/7/2014
Summer 2014 Session II 2/7/2014
Summer 2014 Session I 2/7/2014
Fall 2014-15  2/14/2014
Year 2014-15  2/14/2014
 

Questions about this program?
Contact a Peer Advisor!
peeradvisor@studyabroad.wisc.edu


Italy, Florence
Studio Art Centers International (SACI)

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Seek artistic inspriation in beautiful Florence, Italy, studying at Studio Art Centers International (SACI), one of the leading overseas institutions in the areas of studio art, art history, art conservation, design, and Italian language and culture. SACI offers a wide variety of courses, with emphasis on traditional art practices. Spend a semester or summer immersed in the art and culture of Florence.

For over thirty-five years, SACI has proved to be a stimulating environment for the serious student of art, art history, art conservation, design, and Italian language and cultural studies. The undergraduate student body at SACI is mostly made up of US college-enrolled students; it also includes students from all over the world. Classes are taught in English.

Students in both the semester and academic year terms have opportunities to exhibit their artwork at SACI. The academic year abroad program culminates in a major end-of-year student exhibition that serves as an opportunity for many students to display their work.

Not sure where Florence is? See it on a map here.