Due to post-pandemic considerations, the decision has been made to house all students coming to Florence in Fall 2021 in a student residence. Additional information on accommodations can be found here.
Palazzo Capponi alle Rovinate
Via de’ Bardi, 36
50125 Florence, Italy
Best known as the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is also a place where a multitude of cultures meet and connect and where diverse voices communicate in a milieu of openness and tolerance. Indeed, its strategic position in the Mediterranean has rendered it a crossroads of societies and peoples since the Renaissance and that cross-cultural interchange has shaped and informed Florence’s unique identity throughout the centuries. Today the city is a flurry of industry and crafts, commerce and culture, art, science, and innovation that continues to draw visitors from all over the globe. While its immense history is present everywhere you look, it is a truly forward-thinking city that buzzes with activity all year round while keeping its small-town feel.
Location: Florence, Italy
Housing Options: Student Residences
Primary Language of Instruction: English
Symbol of Florence: Fleur de Lis