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Hospitality in Genoa
Cinque Terre, Italy; Florence, Italy; Genoa, Italy; Lucca, Italy; Pisa, Italy; Rome, Italy (Study Abroad and Exchange Program)
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|English||Academic Level:||Graduate, Undergraduate|
|minimum GPA:||2.0 Undergrad, 3.0 Graduate||Open to:||FIU students only, Non-FIU students|
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|FIU study abroad||
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|European Studies, Hospitality|
|Summer Sessions:||Summer A||
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The Genoa study abroad program offers the unique opportunity to experience life in an Italian city with a rich history and proud cultural heritage. Students will engage in a full immersion journey to discover the wonders of Italian art, hospitality and foods. Genoa becomes the lens through which the students observe a variety of issues and develop new perspectives. This three-week study abroad program is designed for students who are interested in Hospitality and Tourism studies.
Academic Group TravelStudents will take part in several group trips. All of our trips are academically focused and since they are a required component of the program students may not opt out. The schedule includes day trips to historical sites and places of interest within the region and directly connected to the course themes and overnight travels to Florence, Rome, Lucca, Cinque Terra, and Pisa.
FacilitiesOur academic facilities are located in the medieval monastery of S. Maria di Castello, in the oldest part of Genoa’s old city (UNESCO historical site). Our facilities are nestled between ancient cloisters and beautiful gardens and offer amazing views of the port of Genoa and the Alpi mountains. Wi-fi is available (bring your own device).
Housingapartments shared and hotels
Courses & Credits
Select only one:
HFT 4955 (3 credits)
HFT 5957 (3 credits)
Program FeesThe program cost is $1,938, and it includes accommodations, program-related transportation, some meals, excursions, and the mandatory international health insurance.
The program fee does not include the $175 Study Abroad Fee, FIU course tuition fee ($205.57 per undergraduate credit; $455.64 per graduate credit), airfare to and from Genoa, some meals (can cook at home), and personal expenses.
Contact InformationChaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management
Carolin Lusby, Ph.D.
Biscayne Bay Campus
Note: FIU is not responsible for delays, changes in itinerary, changes in the content and cost of the program or other matters that are beyond their control.
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