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Marist Italy

Welcome to the Marist Campus in Florence, Italy

In light of the novel coronavirus escalation in Italy, Marist’s senior leadership has required all students to return home to continue their studies virtually. All students will be able to complete their spring semester credits and stay on track for their planned graduation dates. Student’s health and safety are at the forefront of the decision-making process.

We are optimistic that our unique programs will resume this fall and plan to welcome our new students into this transformative educational experience.

Located in Florence, Italy at the historic intersection of European culture and industry, Marist’s Florence branch campus was founded to be the international face of the College’s commitment to global education. Partnered with one of the most established and innovative educators in Florence, The Lorenzo d’Medici Institute, Marist has offered study abroad opportunities for more than two decades, and all of the programs offered at Marist’s branch campus are designed to build on the unique strengths of Florence and to treat the city and cultures as extensions of the classroom.

Experience in the heart of Italian art, heritage, architecture, music, and cuisine.

Offering a wide range of Bachelor’s degrees, as well as a Master of Art in Museum Studies, Florence is an ideal location for Marist students to learn by living and experiencing entirely new cultures. All of the programs offered at Marist’s branch campus are designed to build on the unique strengths of Florence and to treat the city and cultures as extensions of the classroom.

Experience in the heart of Italian art, heritage, architecture, music, and cuisine.

Offering a wide range of Bachelor’s degrees, as well as a Master of Art in Museum Studies, Florence is an ideal location for Marist students to learn by living and experiencing entirely new cultures. All of the programs offered at Marist’s branch campus are designed to build on the unique strengths of Florence and to treat the city and cultures as extensions of the classroom.

 

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