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The University of Georgia has a residential campus in this small, walled town in Tuscany, offering courses in art, art history, Italian language and culture, and other disciplines throughout the year during all academic terms. This village of Etruscan origin is situated 50 miles south of Florence at a comfortable 2,200-feet elevation, surrounded by beautiful olive groves, vineyards, and rich valley farm lands.
Get more information about the School of Art's New York Maymester program, an intensive educational experience designed to provide students with the opportunity to live and study in New York City for three weeks during the month of May.
The UGA Classics Rome program offers on-site sustained study of the history, art, and archaeology of ancient Rome. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students, it allows participants to visit and study the monuments, incomparable museums and rich historic sites of Rome.
The Summer-in-Ghana program will provide an opportunity for you to learn how this developing country is working to improve self-sufficiency in food, improve health and education, carry out urban redevelopment and historic preservation, stabilize their currency, and reform the legal code through hands-on involvement
Visit Costa Rican cities, beaches, and rainforest! Experience and reflect upon the nature and culture of Central America through study, direct observation, and interaction with its people, natural and built environment, and institutions of culture.