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  • Locations: Tuscania, Italy
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: AU applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2019 10/15/2018
10/16/2018 TBA TBA

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Fact Sheet:
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Language of Instruction: English, Italian Minimum GPA: 2.75
Housing: Apartment (alone), Apartment (shared), Homestay Eligible Year: 2 Sophomore, 3 Junior, 4 Senior, Undergraduate
Program Type: Direct Application
Program Description:
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Tuscania Overview
Academics
Housing
Student Services
Application Procedures
Financial Aid
CISI Insurance
Visa Requirements
Weather
Helpful Links

Video: Tuscania Featurette

Overview

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As a place that has inspired famous artists for centuries, Tuscania has developed a reputation as a center for newater, gas, electricity), internet connection, and one cleaning of the common areas in the apartment in the middle of the semester. Housing services do not include meals, damage(s) caused by students, extra cleaning, and excessive consumption of utilities.
Costs of housing depend on program term. Please refer to the "Budget Sheet" for housing prices for semester and summer programs.
 
LdM Tuscania Housing Services
Video: LdM Housing

Homestay Information

Student Support Services

At LdM, students get involved, develop new friendships, experience new cultures and explore many aspects of their campus and host city. LdM actively sponsors student clubs, organizations, sports activities, volunteer opportunities and much more. The LdM experience is designed to ensure that students learn not only the subject matter of their formal course of study, but also more about themselves and the world around them. A qualified and dedicated staff is ready to assist students in every aspect of their academic programs and inform them about events and news in their host city.

Application Procedures & Deadlines

In order to be accepted into an Adelphi study abroad program students are required to:
  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.75 in order to apply to study abroad at Lorenzo de' Medici. 
  • Schedule a mandatory meeting with a study abroad advisor by emailing cie@adelphi.edu. Find more information here.
  • Complete the study abroad application. Once the Adelphi Study Abroad application is accepted, the CIE will assist you with the LdM application.
  • Meet with your academic advisor to explore programs and course options. It is important that the school you are interested offers the courses you need to take in order to graduate on time.
  • Select the courses you are interested in enrolling in and fill out the AU Course Equivalency Form. Courses must be approved before you depart for your program.
Adelphi Application Deadlines:
Fall: March 15
Spring: October 15

LdM Application Deadlines:   
Spring: October 1
Fall: March 1
Summer 1 (June): Mar 1
Summer 2 (July): Mar 1
Summer 1&2 (June & July): Mar 1
Summer 3 (August): July 1

Financial Aid

Scholarships: 100% Adelphi scholarships apply during the fall and spring terms when students pay their regular Adelphi tuition and fees (housing is paid directly to LdM). For summer sessions, students pay all expenses directly to LdM.

Students should carefully review their finances when considering a study abroad opportunity. Please set up an appointment with Adelphi University's Student Financial Services (basement of Levermore) to understand how studying abroad will impact your financial aid and scholarship package. 

CISI Insurance

All students studying abroad with Lorenzo de' Medici are required to purchase insurance with CISI Insurance, a worldwide coverage plan. For more information about CISI insurance please contact the CIE office.


Visa Requirements

It is mandatory that all non-European Union citizens planning to study in Italy for more than 90 days obtain a Student Visa. Students must contact the Italian Consulate or Embassy of their jurisdiction to find out which documents are required in order to apply for a Student Visa (requirements vary from one consulate to another).  Detailed visa requirement information will be provided after the student has been accepted into the study abroad program.

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Weather


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Helpful Links

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This program is currently not accepting applications.