Program Summary & Location
With almost 40 years of experience, Istituto Lorenzo de' Medici (LdM) is one of Italy's most distinctive and well-established study abroad institutions. Depending on the campus you
attend, you can choose from over 400 different courses in 32 subject areas. Courses fall under four main academic divisions: Arts and Sciences, Creative Arts, Design, and Italian Language and Culture.
LdM’s original campus is in Florence located in the heart of Tuscany. Florence is known to be a city extraordinarily rich in history and ancient traditions. It is the place where Dante, Brunelleschi, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Machiavelli and Galileo changed forever the way we see the world. It is the ideal destination for those interested in studying humanities, the arts, Italian language and culture or design. In recent years, smaller campuses were opened in Rome, the capital of the country with unparalleled history and cultural diversity, and in Tuscania, a small, walled city known for its vivid cultural life and its breathtaking countryside atmosphere.
Detailed information on each location is available here
. For a quick overview of highlights in each location, take a look here:
LdM Choosing a Program
To learn about eligibility requirements, academic course offerings, how courses transfer back to UW-Eau Claire, and the academic calendar, click the following button:
Academics - Italy: Lorenzo de' Medici
To see more on what resources they provide and special notes on the program, click on the following button:
Support - Italy: Lorenzo de' Medici
Housing & Meals
Housing is in double room student apartments. Up to eight students live in each apartment, which includes an equipped kitchen, living/dining area, washing machine, TV and internet service. You'll shop and cook your own meals. Homestays are also available in Tuscania. If you choose a homestay, your host family will provide your meals.
By clicking on the following term, you will find more information on program costs. If the term you want to go abroad is not listed, please see the most recent term and add 7% to your estimate to factor in exchange rate fluctuations and tuition increases. Click on the buttons below to view that term's cost estimate.
Summer 2018 Fall 2018 Winterim 2019 Spring 2019
Learn More & How To Apply
Still have some questions? We have peer advisors for a variety of programs, click here
to see if we have one available for this program. If there isn't a peer advisor, the study abroad coordinator would be happy to answer your questions. You can schedule an appointment with a peer advisor or coordinator by calling 715-836-4411.
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to read our application instructions. Then return to this page and click the "Apply Now" button at the top of the page.