Center for International Education


Improve your Italian speaking fluency while immersed in the culture of Italy. It is suggested that potential candidates have some Italian language experience, unless applying for the program for non-Italian speakers.

Program Highlights:

  • Study abroad for one semester or a full year at the Università degli Studi G. D'Annunzio.
  • Live in apartments with Italian college students and other program participants.
  • Take a three-credit bearing internship, tailored to your interests and language proficiency.
  • Participate in organized field trips, and social and cultural events with Italian college students.

Program Details

Application & Deadlines
Cost & Financial Aid
Policies & Important Information
Travel Documents

Additional Information

Non-Italian Speakers Program

Views from Abroad

    At A Glance

    Term: Fall or Spring

    Program Level: Undergraduate

    Program Type: Academic, Internships available

    Major(s): Italian

    Language Requirements: Beginning Italian

    Cumulative GPA Requirement: 2.5

    Student Reflection

    Student Reflection

    Studying abroad in Pescara has been the highlight of my undergraduate coursework at Naz. While the city itself is more modern than the typical Italian city, Pescara offers the perks of a bustling city with the beauty of the Adriatic Sea. Because Pescara is a smaller city, less people spoke English which presented me the opportunity to truly try out my Italian language skills. As a music therapy major, I was thrilled to complete a clinical placement during my semester abroad. This experience was the perfect culmination of using my skills as both a music therapy and Italian student. Completing this long term, cross-cultural experience reaffirmed these passions that I have been pursuing since I was a freshman. - Juliana Joyce '19, Music Therapy major, Italian Minor