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|Minimum GPA:||Good Standing||Housing:||Home Stay|
|Language of Instruction:||English, Italian||Program Type:||GSU|
|Program Director:||Dr. Roberta Attanasio||Sponsoring College:||College of Arts & Sciences|
|Sponsoring Department:||Modern and Classical Languages||Credit Type:||GSU Credit|
|Credit Level:||Undergraduate Credit|
Eligibility: The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Program size is limited and participation is contingent upon acceptance by the Program Director.
*International students at Georgia State who hold F-1 visas must contact the Office of International Students and Scholar Services at 404-413-2070 to discuss possible implications of study abroad for their immigration status.
Courses and Credit: Participants who successfully complete the program’s two courses will receive six semester hours of course credit at Georgia State University. Undergraduate students should
register for ITAL3301 and 3302 or ITAL2001 and 2002. Students from other schools should follow their institution’s
regulations concerning transfer credits.
Accommodations: Student accommodations are double-occupancy rooms generally rented from families in Perugia.
Students with documented disabilities who may need accommodations during their study abroad experience should discuss these needs with the Program Director and the Office of Disability Services at the time of application. In addition, please discuss any other special medical needs as soon as possible, so that arrangements may be anticipated.
Costs: Program fee of $3,300*; tuition for 6 credit hours, please see Tuition Rates; and mandatory student fees (only the BOR Institutional fee and Technology fee).
*Program fee includes
• Ground transportation, excursions and entrance fees
• One Italian meal per day on weekdays
• Health/Evacuation/Repatriation insurance
**Program fee does NOT include
• Georgia State tuition and fees
• Round-trip airfare
• Passport fees
• Personal expenses (snacks, additional meals, etc.)
Meredith D'Arienzo, Modern and Classical Language
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