Sant’Anna Institute is located in southern Italy in the city of Sorrento. Classrooms and residence hall are housed in a historic building sitting upon cliffs overlooking the fishing village of Marina Grande. Students are steps away from the city center. The small and intimate nature of this program allows students to fully immerse themselves in Italian life and culture.
Students can enroll in courses focused on language, art, archaeology, literature, social studies, business, natural sciences and liberal arts, while incorporating language development and cultural immersion inside and outside the classroom.
Sant’Anna Institute offers a wide range of disciplines from Italia Studies to Social and Natural Sciences, from Classical Studies to Business & Management, from Arts & Humanities to Health Sciences. There are also internship programs for credits. Students will take 12 – 15 credits and are encouraged to take at least one Italian course (all levels available), all other courses taught in English.
Fast Facts: Program offered during spring semester, students live in single or double rooms in the residence hall with self-catering, program orientation, Welcome/Farewell dinners, excursions, plus more.