Summer Term Program
Accademia Italiana offers a 4 or a 12 week Summer Term Program usually scheduled during the summer from May to August. Language classes are held in the morning from Monday to Friday 09.00 - 12.30 (11.00 - 13.00 break) and content courses or cultural activities are usually scheduled in the afternoon.
Students can earn from 3 up to 12 academic credits and they can choose the first or the second program (4 or 12 weeks) with one or two of our content courses. Tailor made programs can be agreed with Professors or with the Study Abroad Board.
|WEEKS||NUMBER OF WEEKS||COURSE||CREDITS|
|I – IV||4||ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSE
|V – VIII||4||1 CONTENT COURSE
|IX- XII||4||UP TO 2 CONTENT COURSES OR INTERNSHIP||3+3|
Students only interested in language courses can choose a Summer Term Program without Content Courses.
ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 101 elementary 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 102 elementary 2||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 201 intermediate 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 202 intermediate 2||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 301 upper-intermediate 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 302 upper - intermediate 2||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 401 advanced 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 402 advanced 2||3 credits|
These courses can be held in Italian and/or in English. Students who apply for the courses held in Italian are asked to complete the Italian Language Course IL - 202.
The Art and Culture courses (Art History; Literature; History; Cinema and Theatre, Music, Archaeology, Politics and Sociology; Food and Nutritional Arts) have a different duration from 45 contact lessons to 60 contact lessons. Additional hours of laboratory are included for specific courses (see the description below). Self-study hours are also additional and have to be considered for each course. Full day and half day excursions are included in the course but they are not included in the contact hours.
|Cod. ARHS101 - The Renaissance and the Baroque period in Italian Art History||3 credits|
|Cod. ARHS102 - Greek and Roman Art in Southern Italy||3 credits|
|Cod. ITLIT 201 - Italian Literature I: XIII – XVIII centuries||3 credits|
|Cod. ITLIT 202 - Italian Literature II: XVIII century to the present||3 credits|
|Cod. ITHIST 301 - Italian History I: The major dominions in the South of Italy||3 credits|
|Cod. ITHIST 302 - Italian History II: from from Unification to the present time||3 credits|
|Cod. ITCIN 401 - History of Italian Cinema: from Neorealism to the present||3 credits|
|Cod. ITTHE 501 - The History of the Neapolitan Drama||3 credits|
|Cod. ITARC 601 - Introduction to Classical Archaeology||3 credits|
|Cod. NART 602 - Mediterranean Diet and Italian cuisine||3 credits|
|Cod. ITTHART - Discovering Italy through the Arts||3 credits|
Students can apply through their home institution’s study abroad office or through our affiliate institution: University of Mississippi - Ole Miss, Oxford (MS)
We advise students to visit their home institution’s study abroad office to determine the preferred method of enrollment and the requirements.
For more details please visit our webpage: Credit Transfer