Last week Harlem Prep High School took a group of freshmen students on an Italian trip that started in the historic city of Rome. Marist Italy had the opportunity to receive the students in the beautiful city of Florence. One of the leaders that accompanied the students was Heather Staats, who spent her entire Freshman year at the Marist campus in Florence 8 years ago. … Continue reading Harlem Prep Visit to Marist Italy by Elena Reyes
In order to complete the Masters in Museum Studies degree, our students must complete 200 hours of an internship for academic credit. In the past, these internships have ranged from institutions located in Europe to North America, in areas of interest including history, art, photography, science, and local history. Continue reading “What does a Museum Studies Internship Entail? Pt. 4”
In order to complete the Masters in Museum Studies degree, our students must complete 200 hours of an internship for academic credit. In the past, these internships have ranged from institutions located in Europe to North America, in areas of interest including history, art, photography, science, and local history.
Concerts, lectures, events, festivals happening in and near Florence between March 17th and March 31st!
By: Tahiti Beaupre, FFE, 2016-17
Planning on studying in Florence and have no previous experience with Italian? Don’t worry, we got you covered. Here are a few basic words and phrases that will help you fit right in!
Our Favorite Classes
By Jean Hinkley, MA 2016-2017
Besides eating gelato, visiting museums, grabbing cappuccinos, and exploring the city with new friends, we do have classes to go to.
Here is a sample of some favorite classes from our Marist Italy students:
By Sarah Noel Rodriguez, MA 2015-16
One of the most exciting aspects of studying abroad in a different country is the opportunity to learn a new language. As someone who knows Italian very well, I am often asked how I became fluent and how long it took to be where I am. I took my first Italian class in the spring of 2013 and followed with a summer intersession course. By the fall of 2013, I was taking Intermediate Italian. Then, during Spring 2014, I decided to study abroad in Arezzo for a semester where I continued studying the language. For my final semesters in undergrad in 2015, I continued to take courses, ending up with a degree in the language from my university. Now, in 2016, I still continue learning the language every single day!