Our Intern in Florence program offers great placements ranging from six weeks to a full semester or longer. You can go just for the summer or settle in for a longer stay in this stunning city in the heart of Tuscany. Outside of your internship hours, stroll the cobblestone streets with your camera and capture dazzling pics that are sure to make your friends at home envious of your Italian experience. Your internship will be tailored to your Italian language abilities, as well as your personal, academic, and professional goals. With the included intensive Italian language classes, you’ll find yourself loving your Florence experience and enjoying life in the birthplace of the Renaissance.
Fall: June 1
Spring: October 1
- Diverse internship placements working with Italians
- Comprehensive orientation and on-site support
- Delicious food that put Italy on the map
- Apartments close to campus or homestay options
- A full cultural calendar filled with music, art, dance, and food
Connect with your Global Advisor to start planning. Apply by the application deadline.
Meet your Program Coordinator to finalize acceptance paperwork, housing, courses, flights, visas, payments, etc. Attend a pre-departure orientation.
Fly away. You'll be greeted at the airport, participate in a robust On-site Orientation and La Vida Local Curriculum with your Site Director.
Below are a few sample art and design internship placements undertaken by past participants.
There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized.
Contact an advisor to learn more!
Through our partnership with Plymouth State University, you can earn between 3-12 credits in the fields listed here. Alternatively, many students are able to arrange for credit through their home universities. Learn More →
While participating on a CISabroad program, you'll be able to take part in built-in day trips at no additional cost. These trips are subject to change from term to term; listed below are excursions that have run in the past.
Discover quaint towns and villages set in the rolling hills of Chianti and learn about the olive and grape production that makes this region famous. Visit during the harvest season to see the changing colors of fall and sample products at small, family run wineries and oil producers.
Strategically located on the Serchio river, Lucca is a famous Tuscan town primarily known for the Renaissance walls that still encircle the historic city center. Strolling or biking along the tops of the wide, tree-lined ramparts remains a favorite pastime for tourists and locals alike. Lucca is also the birthplace of famous Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (La Bohème and Madama Butterfly) and Pope Lucius III.
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Travel Tip: We love what we do and want to talk to you! The Global Advising Center is here to help you decide on a program, and complete the Online Application. From the moment you first hear from us be it through a phone call, email or personal visit, you will find that our passion for international education is contagious. We’re ready to launch you abroad.
Travel Tip: Leave everything you think you know about traveling, the country, culture, or people, behind you! You’ll most likely be surprised, so discover everything as new. Take public transportation and make friends with locals- they will show you the best places and usually hook you up. Most of all, stay present and enjoy! 🙂
Travel Tip: Never forget to pack an open mind, a lot of patience, a couple of snacks from home to cure homesickness and last but not least…serenity. Once in town, LOOK UP when walking around. Take a different route to class everyday. Live, love and accept your destination!
CISabroad changed my life because it gave me the opportunity to spend four months in Florence and traveling Europe. It is something I will never forget and an experience that changed my perspective on life. It gave me an ambition to see as much of the world as I can now.
Summer 2019: Session 1
Application DeadlineFebruary 15ArrivalMay 12OrientationMay 13DepartureJune 21 | July 12 | August 2PRICE$5,390 - $7,390
Summer 2019: Session 2
Application DeadlineMarch 1ArrivalJune 2OrientationJune 3DepartureJuly 12 | August 2PRICE$5,390 - $6,390
Summer 2019: Session 3
Application DeadlineMarch 15ArrivalJune 23OrientationJune 24DepartureAugust 2PRICE$5,390
Application DeadlineJune 1ArrivalAugust 28DepartureNovember 2 | November 26PRICE$7,490 - $8,390
Application DeadlineOctober 1ArrivalJanuary 22 (Estimated)DepartureMarch 28 | April 18 | May 9 (Estimated)PRICE$7,490 - $9,290 (Estimated)
CISabroad reserves the right to alter fees at any time due to currency fluctuations and/or fee changes made by our partner universities.
As with all study abroad programs, you should count on a few additional expenses.
Program fees are in US dollars and include the following:
- Internship placement and supervision
- Housing in apartment or home stay
- Medical and accident insurance
- Pre-departure and onsite orientation
- Local activities
- Re-Entry Workshop
- Financial aid counseling
- Assistance with travel arrangements
- Airport pickup service
- On-site support
- NYTimes Digital Subscription
- La Vida Local cultural program