Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy – Fall 2016

Fall Term 2016

From August to November 2016 the new group of students from Auburn University stayed in Ariccia for the Fall 2016 semester in Italy. Our 19 students stayed in our campus based in Ariccia (RM) at Palazzo Chigi and for their semester abroad we planned several seminars, classes and field trips. During the “practicum placements week” we scheduled activities focused on our students’ interests and career goals and we planned for them special meetings, interviews and practicum experiences with important professional figures and experts according to their majors. Our study program follows a chronological historical order from Ancient Times to contemporary history including visits to Rome, Tuscany, Venice, Umbria, Pompei and optional field trips to the Amalfi Coast and Cinque Terre. http://www.humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php

Mediterranean Magic Tour October 2016

Mediterranean Magic Tour October 7-15, 2016

This Fall 2016 Interlinea together with Auburn University organized a special tour for Auburn faculty and friends.

This itinerary began in Rome, where our guests had the opportunity to tour the city and visit the Coliseum, the Forum, The Vatican and the highlights of the Baroque art and architecture, including a visit to the Chigi Palace in Ariccia, home of the Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy Campus.
The group then traveled to the South to visit Pompeii and then Positano, Sorrento and Capri to enjoy the beauty of the Amalfi and Sorrento Coast and its nature, art, food and unique landscapes.

Interlinea took care of all the logistics, transportation, meals, lodging, supported by a dedicated and experienced team.

 

 

 

 

 

Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy – Summer Term 2016

fotoSummer Term 2016

From May to July 2016 the new group of students from Auburn University stayed in Ariccia for the Summer 2016 semester in Italy.

Our 22 students stayed in our campus based in Ariccia (RM) at Palazzo Chigi and for their semester abroad we planned several seminars, classes and field trips.

During the “practicum placements week” we scheduled activities focused on our students’ interests and career goals and we planned for them special meetings, interviews and practicum experiences with important professional figures and experts according to their majors.

Our study program follows a chronological historical order from Ancient Times to contemporary history including visits to Rome, Tuscany, Venice, Umbria, Pompei and optional field trips to the Amalfi Coast and Cinque Terre.

http://www.humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php

Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy – Spring Term 2016

Spring Term 2016

From February to April 2016 the new group of students from Auburn University stayed in Ariccia for the Spring 2016 semester in Italy.

Our 22 students stayed in our campus based in Ariccia (RM) at Palazzo Chigi and for their semester abroad we planned several seminars, classes and field trips.

During the “practicum placements week” we scheduled activities focused on our students’ interests and career goals and we planned for them special meetings, interviews and practicum experiences with important professional figures and experts according to their majors.

Our study program follows a chronological historical order from Ancient Times to contemporary history including visits to Rome, Tuscany, Venice, Umbria, Pompei and optional field trips to the Amalfi Coast and Cinque Terre.

http://www.humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php DSC_0241

Auburn University Symphonic Winds Ensemble in Italy

Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy Summer 2015

DSC_0102_smallSummer Term 2015

On May 12th the new group of students from Auburn University arrived in Ariccia for the Summer 2015 semester in Italy.

Our 22 students stayed in our campus based in Ariccia (RM) at Palazzo Chigi until August 1st and during their semester abroad we planned for them several seminars, classes and field trips.

As usual, the central week of every semester is focused on our students’ interests and career goals and we planned for them special meetings, interviews and practicum experiences with important professional figures and experts according to their majors.

Our 12-weeks study program follows a chronological historical order from Ancient Times to contemporary history including visits to Rome, Tuscany, Venice, Umbria, Pompei and optional field trips to Positano and Cinque Terre.