Credit points: 6 – 24
Overseas dates: September – December
Location: Monash Prato Centre , Italy
Program type: Arts Semester in Prato
– APPLICATIONS FOR 2018 OPEN JANUARY –
The Arts Semester in Prato program is flexible, immersive and enriching. You have the opportunity to live and study in Europe for up to 12 weeks and earn up to 24 credit points.
Prato is a beautiful and historic Italian city, surrounded by medieval walls and set in a picturesque Tuscan landscape. Prato is also within easy reach of other cities such as Florence, Venice and Rome, which makes it a perfect base for exploring Italy and beyond.
You could be eating gelato at an outdoor music event with a medieval castle in the backdrop, or wandering beyond the city walls to browse the village markets!
Want more information about the Prato Centre, recommended accommodation and the student experience? Visit the Arts in Prato website!
2018 Block Offerings
Don’t want to study overseas for a full semester? Tailor your time in Prato to suit your needs.
Our Arts Semester in Prato program runs from September to December and is broken up into 3 blocks. You can study in Prato for 1, 2 or 3 blocks. Each block is 4 weeks long and offers units from various areas of study. You can study 6 or 12 points per block, but a maximum of 24 points across all 3 blocks.
24 September – 19 October
|ATS1229/ATS2229||Intensive Introductory Italian 1|
|ATS2465/ATS3465||Human Rights in the Criminal Justice Sphere|
|ATS2295/ATS3295||Screening Contemporary Europe|
22 October – 16 November
|ATS1230/ATS2230||Intensive Introductory Italian 2|
|ATS2619/ATS3319||Cultural Diversity in Contemporary Europe|
|ATS2898/ATS3898||The Italian City: Historical and Literary Perspectives|
19 November – 14 December
|ATS3302||Global Connections: Understanding Cultural Literacy|
|ATS2275/ATS3275||The European Union from Consensus to Crisis|
|ATS3247||Italian Proficient 2|
|ATS2164/ATS3164||Italian Transformations: Reading and Writing Self-Discovery|
|– Study Tours –|
|ATS2612/ATS3612||The Renaissance in Florence|
|ATS3215||Global Creative Cities|
|ATS3311/ATS4311||Text and Community in Medieval and Renaissance Italy|
|ATS2799||Audio Culture: From Cage to Gaga|
All block offerings are subject to change.
|Deposit (Paid on application)||$300||$500|
|Balance (Paid on acceptance)||$0||$1,500- $5,500|
|Total||$300 / unit||$2,000 – $6,000/ study tour*|
Price will vary depending on study tour. Please see individual program pages for information on exact program fee and what is included and excluded.
Monash students will be charged fees according to their verified funding status. This fee will appear on your Monash Fee Statement. Non-Monash students must contact email@example.com to enquire about tuition fees.
Students should not book flights until your application has been endorsed by the Faculty and the Faculty has confirmed the program will be going ahead.
- Scholarships: There are many scholarships available to you. Find out what you’re eligible for!
- Loans: There are a number of loans available to assist you in financing your overseas study program.
- Travel Insurance: All outgoing students will receive complementary travel insurance.
- Refund Policy: Please read our refund policy carefully before applying.
How to Apply
Applications will open in January 2018.
1. Read the full application process
2. Link to application form will be provided here once applications have opened. Submit your expression of interest for the 2018 program