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  • Locations: Trentino, Italy
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: None
Fact Sheet:
Area of study: Anthropology, Business, Economics, Environmental Studies, European Studies, Geography, Humanities, Italian Language & Literature, Sociology Language of instruction: English
Language prerequisite: None Housing options: Double/Triple Rooms 3Star Hotel, LEED-Certified Mountain Guesthouse for Residential Lab
Minimum GPA: 2.6 Number of credits: 4
Program Description:
Application Deadline
March 15

Program Dates
Summer: June 18 – July 15, 2017 (4 weeks).

Language of Instruction
Italian and English for “Introduction to Italian Language and Culture.”
English for “Sustainability, Food and Landscapes in the Italian Alps.”

Language Pre-Requisites

Host Institution

GPA Requirement

Required Courses
Introduction to Italian Language and Culture (1 credit)
Sustainability, Food and Landscapes in the Italian Alps (3 credits)

4-credits total

Double or triple rooms in three-star hotels; LEED-certified mountain guesthouse for the residential lab.

BCA On-Site Coordinator
Juri Bottura, M.A., Ph.D. Candidate

A general orientation provides students with academic and practical information at the beginning of their stay. The “Introduction to Italian Language and Culture” course takes place during the first week of the program, and is designed to help students to get accustomed to the new location.

An entry visa is not required for U.S. students traveling to Italy for less than 90 days.