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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Minimum GPA: 3.25 Type of Program: Internal
Click here for a definition of this term Housing Option(s): Homestay Click here for a definition of this term Eligible Majors: Bachelor's Program for Adult & Transfer Students (BPAT), Drama, Jazz, Lang, Mannes, NSSR, Parsons Architecture, Parsons Communication Design, Parsons Design & Management, Parsons Design & Technology, Parsons Fashion Design AAS, Parsons Fashion Design BFA, Parsons Fashion Marketing AAS, Parsons Fine Arts, Parsons Graphic Design AAS, Parsons Illustration, Parsons Integrated Design, Parsons Interior Design, Parsons Interior Design AAS, Parsons Photography, Parsons Product Design
Language of Instruction: English, Italian
Program Description:
4 weeks, 6 credits

Verona is one of Italy's most beautiful provincial capitals, with a rich and varied artistic and architectural heritage. The Lang program consists of two courses: Romeo and Juliet: Politics, Love and Kinship, taught by Professor Paul Kottman; and an Italian literature and language course, taught by a professor from Italy. Students explore sites in Verona and around Veneto. Optional excursions may include performances at the Verona Opera and the Shakespeare festival and a day trip to Venice.

Prerequisite: At least sophomore status by start of the program and minimum GPA of 3.25. Prior knowledge of Italian is preferred but not required.  Arrangements are made for students to stay in private homes with Italian families. For more information, email or Professor Paul Kottman at

Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2020 02/07/2020 ** Rolling Admission 07/06/2020 08/03/2020
NOTE: DEADLINE NOTES: Students from Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts must submit their applications for all eligible programs no later than the first Friday of February before the anticipated semester of study abroad.

** Indicates rolling admission application process.