SAAHP offers undergraduate and graduate semester, winter/summer, and short-term study abroad opportunities. We also are involved in exchange relationships with global partner universities and firms that bring students, visiting critics and visiting faculty to the school, and vice versa.
Undergraduate semester programs are based in Florence at the Institute for Fine and Liberal Arts at Palazzo Rucellai, where all SAAHP majors can study during their junior or senior year. Undergraduate Students may also participate in Yokohama National University’s Japan Overseas Year (JOY) Program. The School offers graduate study abroad and exchanges in architecture with the leading universities in major cities around the world through our Global Partners Program, in:
|Argentina—Universidad Torcuato di Tella, Buenos Aires||(Fall 2010, Fall 2012)|
|Turkey—Istanbul Technical University||(beginning Fall 2011)|
|China—Tsinghua University, Beijing||(beginning Spring 2011)|
Graduate Study Abroad in Architecture includes internship placements with architecture offices in each location. The Argentina program is offered in alternate years, other exchanges are open for students to attend on an individual basis.
Three-week Winter and Summer study abroad programs are available for undergraduate and graduate students in Architecture, Art and Architectural History and Sustainability Studies in alternate years in the following locations:
|Winter||Egypt||(Art and Architectural History, led by Associate Professor Rebecca Leuchak)|
|Summer||Turkey||(Sustainability Studies, led by Professor Ulker Copur)|
|Summer||Turkey||(Art and Architectural History, led by Professor Nermin Kura)|
|Summer||Netherlands||(Architecture, led by Associate Professor Andrew Thurow|
|Winter||Cambodia||(Art and Architectural History, Leuchak)|
|Summer||Japan||(Art and Architectural History, Leuchak)|
Faculty periodically lead shorter study trips to other national and international sites as part of regularly scheduled coursework. Recent destinations have included Chicago, Washington, DC, Madrid, Masdar, Barcelona, Mexico City, Athens, Paris, Egypt and Istanbul.