|Unit||ATS3311 / ATS4311|
|Credit Points||12 credit points|
|Location||Monash Prato Centre, Italy|
|Coordinators||Associate Professor Peter Howard|
|Program||Arts Semester in Prato|
|Applications Open||Open for 2018 Honours Students , Intending 2019 Honours students and third year students with coordinator’s permission|
|Applications Close||Friday 3 August 2018 (11.59pm AEST)|
|Applications Process||Email email@example.com for an application link.|
This intensive field work course is taught out of the Monash Prato Centre, utilising the intellectual capital of the members of the Prato Consortium for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. The unit is centred on ‘core skills’ for Medieval and Renaissance Studies: archive, manuscript, palaeographical and interpretive skills. Students will be introduced to archives and manuscripts, visual culture and urban landscapes.
This unit is intended for Honours students. Applications for third year students will be considered if there are places available.
|Pre-departure Sessions (Compulsory)||
23 May 2018, 3.00 – 5.00 pm
|Overseas Dates||4-12 December 2018|
All students will receive a Monash Abroad Travel Scholarship.
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|Deposit (Paid on application)||$500|
|Balance (Paid on acceptance into program)||$370|
|Included in Program Fee|
|Not included in Program Fee|
Please read our refund procedure carefully before applying
*Students should not book flights until after your application has been endorsed by the Faculty and the Faculty has confirmed the program will be going ahead.