- About Siena Italian Studies
- Accreditation & Certification
- Educational Approach
- Siena, Italy
- Siena Semester Program
- Siena Summer Program
- Multi Destination Programs
- European Students
- Customized Opportunities
- Contact Us
Siena Italian Studies is dedicated to creating formative intercultural experiences. While many of our students come to us via American universities, we proudly identify ourselves as a European program that focuses on Italy as a member of the European Union. Diversity is the cornerstone of intercultural education and the staff and faculty at Siena Italian Studies recognize the uniqueness of European diversity. We see Europe as a tremendous resource and for that reason we offer a number of opportunities for European students and institutions.
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Siena Italian Studies provides all students with the opportunity to take the official CILS (Certificazione di italiano come lingua straniera) or PLIDA (Progetto Lingua Italiana Dante Aligheri) exam. Levels range from A1 to C2 and certification is officially recognized within the European Union.
Staff and faculty at Siena Italian Studies has dedicated a significant amount of work in forging new relationships with European partners. During the summer of 2017 Siena Italian Studies welcomed its first group of European students from the The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. We are expecting our relationship to grow and we are also expecting more European institutions to follow. Contact us to learn how we can collaborate: email@example.com
Siena Italian Studies already has strong relationships with a number of European institutions. Our didactic method, EUFICCS was central to a project co-financed by the European Union through the Lifelong Learning Programme – (Key Activity 2 Languages) from November 2011 to October 2014. For this project, Siena Italian Studies was partnered with Universidade Fernando Pessoa (Porto, Portugal) and Centro de Lengua y Educaciòn Intercultural (Granada, Spain).