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Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy – Fall Term 2018

On August 28th we welcomed in Ariccia our new group of 18 students from Auburn University for their Fall semester in Italy. The students will spend 12 weeks in Ariccia, in the prestigious Palazzo Chigi, and their schedule features seminars, classes and special activities such as a fresco workshop with renowned art restorer and Michelangelo expert Antonio Forcellino. During their stay, our students will explore Rome, the Castelli Romani, Tuscany, Venice, Umbria, Naples and Pompeii. We also involve local families who kindly host our students for a dinner, a special and unique way to be completely immersed in the Italian traditions and culture. For more info:
http://humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php

Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy – Summer Term 2018

We have completed the Summer term with our group of 20 students from Auburn University. During these 12 weeks in Italy, our students experienced a full immersion into the Italian culture through seminars, cooking classes, special lectures, and field trips. As usual we also 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, Pompeii and an optional field trip to the Amalfi Coast. For more info http://www.humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php

Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy Spring Term 2018

On January 30th we welcomed in Ariccia our new group of 21 students from Auburn University for their Spring semester in Italy. The students will spend 12 weeks in Ariccia, in the prestigious Palazzo  Chigi, and their schedule features seminars, classes and special activities such as a fresco workshop with renowned art restorer and Michelangelo expert Antonio Forcellino. During their stay, our students will explore Rome, the Castelli Romani, Tuscany, Venice, Umbria, Naples and Pompeii. We also involve local families who kindly host our students for a dinner, a special and unique way to be completely immersed in the Italian traditions and culture.  For more info:
http://humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php

Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy Fall Term 2017

The Fall semester of the “Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy” program based in the prestigious Chigi Palace in Ariccia is almost at the end and Saturday, November 18th our 19 students will return to the US after 12 weeks in Italy.
The group arrived in Ariccia on August 29th, 2017 and during this semester our students experienced a full immersion in our culture and traditions through a number of seminars, cooking classes, special lecturers and field trips we planned for them.
Interlinea also involved a number of professional figures from different fields such as fashion, medicine, interior design, journalism etc. who met with our students to provide an overview of the Italian professional and educational system.
Our study program follows a chronological historical order from Ancient Times to contemporary history including visits to Rome, Tuscany, Venice, Umbria, Pompeii and an optional field trip to the Amalfi Coast.
For more info: http://www.humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php

Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad in Italy – Spring Term 2017

On January 31st a new group of 22 students from Auburn University arrived in Ariccia for the Spring 2017 semester in Italy. Our campus is based in Ariccia (RM) in the beautiful Chigi Palace by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and for their semester abroad we planned several seminars, cooking classes, special lecturers 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, Pompeii and an optional field trip to the Amalfi Coast. For more info http://www.humsci.auburn.edu/italy/index.php