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|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Winter||2019||10/01/2018 **||Rolling Admission||12/27/2018||01/06/2019|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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|ART, ENGLISH, GEOGRAPHY, GEOSCIENCE, HISTORY, PSYCHOLOGY, RELIGIOUS STUDIES||
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|Program Catagory:||WKU Partner Program||Class Eligibility:||1. Freshman, 2. Sophomore, 3. Junior, 4. Senior, 5. Graduate|
The KIIS winter program in Italy is an eleven-day program that begins in the beautiful Tuscan city of Florence and ends in the country's magnificent capital, Rome.
Students spend the first five days in Florence living within walking distance of the most famous museums and sites in Italy's Renaissance capital. The program then moves to Rome where students have five days to visit and explore the Vatican, Colosseum, famous churches, and many more memorable monuments. In Rome, the students reside in the charming medieval neighborhood of Trastevere, an easy walk to most of the most celebrated spots in Rome.
Courses are designed to integrate classroom learning with cultural excursions to museums, art galleries, and ancient ruins.
ART 491: Topics: Italian Decorative Art & Design
ART 496: Topics: Digital Photography
ENG 396: Mythology / RELS 399: Topics: Ancient Myth in Context
GEOG 452*: Applied Geoscience Field Experience: Florence & Rome, Then and Now
HIST 490: Topics: Day to Day in Ancient Italy
PSY 299: Topics: Psychology of Aggression in Historic Italy
*Fulfills Colonnade Connections: Local to Global
In Florence and Rome students stay at hotels located within walking distance of sites and museums as well as restaurants, shopping and other daily needs.
All hotel accommodations are simple, comfortable and include a continental breakfast. Students stay in multiple-occupancy hotel rooms (generally 3-5 per room) with private baths. Laundry service is located nearby. Some hotels have reliable wifi internet. On weekdays, students are given a stipend for lunch.