Study in Recanati, Macerata, Italy

Our Study Abroad Programs are postponed for Fall 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

There is no better way to learn about a culture than through immersion. Italian studies students are encouraged to study abroad in Recanati, Italy.

Read student Giorgia Ricciardi's blog, created for her ITAL 204 Experiential Learning course, while studying and researching in Europe, summer 2018.

If you are planning to independently study and take courses at institutions abroad that are not part of this program, please see 'Taking Courses Abroad' for important guidelines.

Eligibility: For beginner, intermediate, or advanced students.

About the program
  • Recanati is a beautiful hill town located in central Italy, close to the Adriatic Sea
  • Students will study at the Campus L'Infinito
  • Four-week programs run throughout the summer (either May, June, July, or August)
About the courses
  • Intensive language courses
  • Cultural activities and tours included (9 excursions)
  • Maximum of 12 students per class
  • 20 hours per week (language), 5 hours/week (culture), plus individual attention
  • Students completing the four week courses in Recanati are eligible to register in ITAL 204 (Experiential Learning) for 1.5 units of credit (contact the for more information)
  • Students will be eligible for some funding through the Buitoni Award and the Elias Mandel Prize for Study Abroad (Hispanic & Italian Department Awards)
  • Application can be completed online at Campus L'Infinito
  • The deadline for informing the Department of your interest in the program is early February  
Accommodations
  • Housing in a 14th Century monastery, in shared rooms 
Testimonial:

"My time with Campus L'Infinito in Recanati was an amazing experience. The professors were very effective, creative and top notch. We had visiting professors come in to do specialized lessons with us....The school hosted many social events in different unique spots....The 'infinite' experiences package brings you on many trips to explore different cities with private tour guides from the school."

For further information please contact the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies at  

For financial support with going to study abroad, here are some funding opportunities that exist for current UVic students:

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