Academic Programs

Italy, Rome in particular, provides ideal destinations for Study Abroad Programs: a semester overseas or even a summer program to immerse yourself in a new culture and live in an intricate and stimulating reality. A Study Abroad Program is an important step in the path of formation and growth of a student. In this perspective, a city like Rome is a unique place in which you may experience a different culture deepening all aspects. From the history of archeology to the study of contemporary art and architecture; from design to cinema; and from impeccable cuisine to fashion, all areas of academic interest are found in Rome – the ideal place.
Within each path, the study of a language is not only about the acquisition of a tool to access the Italian culture. It is deepening a fundamental aspect of the culture of the country. Language is not only the vehicle of content, but may itself be the subject of specific interest.

In this vast panorama, Scuola Leonardo da Vinci organizes language training within the study abroad programs of various Colleges and Universities . In collaboration with Gustolab International Institute, Scuola Leonardo a Vinci designs and manages programs that are intended to guide students through the wealth of the cultural stimuli offered by Rome and Italy. These programs are managed by the teachers from the participating College or University, or outside programs with teachers selected by the school among professionals with academic qualifications and specific experience.
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is the ideal partner for an American educational institution that wants to develop its own Study Abroad Program in Rome.

 

Courses in collaboration with the Gustolab International Institute for Food Studies di Roma

 

Gustolab International Institute for Food Studies, Rome is the first center in Italy to create and provide Food Studies related study abroad programs to international universities, and especially to the US universities. In addition Gustolab Institute works actively with professors to design and create Food Studies courses and faculty-led programs. For the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and University of Massachusetts Amherst, Gustolab Institute is the headquarters for Study abroad programs specific in Food History, Media&Communication, Advertising and Nutrition.

 

Credentials

The vast past experience of Scuola Leonardo da Vinci in teaching Italian to American students. The wide variety of educational skills and tools used ensure that the syllabi of the school are pre-approved by most of the Italian departments of Universities that promote programs to study abroad. As a result, students who participate in our courses may automatically generate credits toward their degree.

University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign

  • > 2007 – Spring Program Food&culture and food&media
  • > 2008 – Spring Program Food&culture and food&media
  • > 2009 – Spring Program Food&culture and food&media
  • > 2010 – Spring Program Food&culture and food&media
  • > 2011 – Spring Program Food&culture and food&media
  • > 2012 – Spring Program Food&culture and food&media
  • > 2013 – Spring Program Food&culture and food&media

Hobart and William Smith College - Geneva, New York

  • > 2006 – Spring Program
  • > 2007 – Spring Program
  • > 2008 – Spring Program
  • > 2009 – Spring Program
  • > 2010 – Spring Program
  • > 2011 – Spring Program
  • > 2012 – Spring Program
  • > 2013 – Spring Program - Fall Program

University of Massachusetts Amherst

  • > 2010 – Summer Program Critical studies on food in Italy
  • > 2011 – Summer Program Critical studies on food in Italy
  • > 2012 – Summer Program Critical studies on food in Italy
  • > 2013 – Summer Program Critical studies on food in Italy

Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Summer

  • > 2010 – Summer Program Ancient Rome & Italian culture
  • > 2001 – Summer Program Ancient Rome & Italian culture

Edgewood College

  • > 2003 – Spring Program Italian culture and History of the art
  • > 2006 – Spring Program Italian culture and History of the art
  • > 2009 – Spring Program Italian culture and History of the art
  • > 2011 – Spring Program Italian culture and History of the art

New Haven University

  • > 2012 – Summer Program Food culture and tourism

Negocia School of Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry

  • > 2008 – Spring Program Made in Italy
  • > 2009 – Spring Program Made in Italy
  • > 2010 – Spring Program Made in Italy
  • > 2001 – Spring Program Made in Italy
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