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  • Journal of Italian Studies

    The Journal of Italian History & Culture is the printed voice of Villa Le Balze's Center for the Study of Italian History and Culture. Printed in Italy and edited by scholars associated with the Vill

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  • Accommodations

    Summer programs at Villa Le Balze are usually limited to small groups of students and all students are housed on-site at Villa Le Balze.  Students are placed in double or triple rooms, most of them wi

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  • Summer Programs

    Villa Le Balze’s summer study abroad programs offer something for all undergraduates. Whether you wish to deepen your knowledge in Italian studies, approach other academic interests through the l

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  • Non-Georgetown Students

    Villa Le Balze programs are open to undergraduates from other American universities and colleges. Past Villa alumni include students from Pomona College, Amherst College, Duke University, UPenn,

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  • Safety Abroad

    Living and studying in another country and culture presents special challenges.  The Office of Global Education and Villa Le Balze are committed to providing students with the tools and informati

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  • A Global Living Learning Community

    The signature element of the undergraduate study experience at Villa le Balze, and what sets it apart from Georgetown’s many other study abroad opportunities, is its identity as a Living and Lear

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  • Housing

    Housing OptionsHousing Guidelines Housing Options The Villa utilizes different options for housing designed to meet the specific goals and needs of its students. The Villa itself features l

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  • Semester Programs

    AcademicsField-Based Learning Academics Villa Le Balze’s semester undergraduate program offers students long-term exposure to contemporary life in Italy, through a carefully designed balanc

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  • Semester Living Learning Community Programs

    The program of study at the Villa offers students an interdisciplinary engagement with the history and culture of Italy. All courses are taught in English, with the exception of Italian language

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  • Center for the Study of Italian History and Culture

    Not merely an idyllic setting for study abroad programs and academic tours, the Villa Le Balze maintains an active scholarly agenda, actualized by its status as Georgetown's Center for the Study of It

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