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  • Locations: Florence, Italy
  • Program Terms: Sem 1 & Sem 2, Sem 2 & Sem 1, Semester 1, Semester 2
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  • Restrictions: UoM applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Semester 2 2022 28/11/2021 01/02/2022 TBA TBA
Sem 2 & Sem 1 2022-2023 28/11/2021 01/02/2022 TBA TBA
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Fee-paying Click here for a definition of this term Agreement Type: Architecture, Building & Planning, Arts
Click here for a definition of this term Level: Undergraduate Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: English (limited classes in some areas), Italian
Click here for a definition of this term Disciplines*: Anthropology, Architecture, Art History, Classics, Fine Art, History, Italian, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Urban Design and Planning
Program Description:

The International Studies Institute at Palazzo Rucellai, Florence

Palazzo Rucellai

The International Studies Institute (ISI) at Palazzo Rucellai in Florence offers a study abroad program firmly rooted in the American liberal arts tradition. The University of Melbourne joined the Universities of Virginia and Connecticut, Pennsylvania State University, and Arizona State University with this study abroad consortium in the historic centre of Florence, Italy’s heart of art and culture.  Students studying at ISI can walk the same medieval cobblestone streets as Dante, gaze upon the masterpieces of Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, and practice their Italian in the shadow of Brunelleschi’s dome. 

ISI was established in 2001 as a private non-profit institute.

Did you know...

The Palazzo Rucellai is a landmark renaissance palace in Florence, whose façade was designed by the renowned humanist and architect Leon Battista Alberti and erected between 1446 and 1451.