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RWU Short-Term Program in Alba & Venice Italy (Outgoing Program)
- Locations: Alba, Italy; Venice, Italy
- Program Terms: Summer Session
The Alba and Venice Short Term Study Abroad Program at Roger Williams University is an immersive experience where students spend nearly three weeks in Italy, earning three credits as a Core Senior Seminar: CORE 490 Wine, Music, Coffee and Food: The Italian Artistic Impulse. This is seminar is a capstone of the General Education program and students do not need to be music minors, or music majors; this program is open to all students! Participants will attend concerts, travel and visit important historic and cultural sites, visit local wineries to learn about the process and production of wine, visit cafes to learn about coffee production and culture, and experience some of Italy's greatest culinary creations in several of the region's finest restaurants. Activities also include daily meetings and discussion sessions and students will blog about the activities, events, and locations visited.
Visit the program website for more information: https://rwualbavenice.weebly.com/
RWU Alba Venice Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/rwualbavenice/
RWU Alba Venice Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rwu_albavenice/
Program Capacity: 10
Required Credits: 3
Open to All Majors
Student accommodations will be at Albergo L'eon D'Oro in Alba & the Hotel Belvedere on Lido in Venice.
May 22 - June 8, 2024
Elliott McKinley, Assistant Professor of Music Composition and Theory
Office: CAS 158
Health & Safety Abroad
Students should review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for complete information regarding the health concerns and vaccine recommendations specific to Alba and Venice. Students should also review the U.S. State Department’s consular information website for complete information on safety and security.
All information subject to change - Roger Williams University reserves the right to cancel any faculty-led program offered during the academic year for insufficient enrollment or for any other reason. These reasons may include safety and security concerns at the program location. Should it prove necessary to do so, the School will promptly notify all registrants.