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- City: Ferrara
- Term: Spring
- Instruction in: Italian
- Requirements: 2 semesters college-level Italian
- Students interested in: Fulfills final two semesters of LSA language requirement
Take Italian 230 - a combination of Italian 231 and 232 - taught by a U-M instructor, and receive 8 credits to complete the LSA language requirement. Ferrara is a Renaissance city in northeastern Italy midway between Venice and Florence and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A smaller city relatively unknown to tourists, it provides an ideal setting for Italian language and cultural immersion. Staying with a host family allows students to immerse themselves in Italian daily life. The Italian 230 in Ferrara program is packed with activities and excursions that allow students to practice their language skills and experience Italian culture in Ferrara and beyond. Examples include guided city tours, group dinners, pasta making, local festivals and parades, and day trips to Tuscany and Venice.
This course is taught and led by U-M Italian Lecturer Guglielmo Audiberti.