NYU Florence offers a broad range of courses, with a strong focus on the humanities and social sciences. The curriculum takes advantage of the extraordinary cultural resources provided by the city of Florence and its strategic position within Italy and Europe and also offers a unique array of cocurricular lectures and activities.

Altogether, the Florence campus is a dynamic center for scholarly exchange and global policy discussions. Here, business and prelaw students can participate in high-level political dialogues, while art history and fashion students find inspiration on every corner. Courses are taught in English, but the Italian Studies program creates a path to fluency for students who prioritize language study.

Cost Per Semester (Academic Year 21-22)

Undergraduate tuition and fees: $28,250

Housing: $5,778 - $9,497

Students pay their individual school tuition, which may differ by college. For comparison to other global locations, including New York, a cost estimation chart is available on the costs and financial aid page.

Academic Calendar: Fall/ Spring/ Full Year/ Summer

Student Body: 300-350 students

Housing: On campus residence halls, off campus apartments, homestays

Exchange Rate: 1 USD = .82 Euro

‘Terra Firma’ Firenze

NYU Florence is different from any other Study Abroad site. Its campus is made up of Villa La Pietra’s world-famous gardens and the bucolic agricultural landscape that surrounds them. As a small, but perfect, 37 acre Tuscany Villa Estate it does produce food but its main purpose for more than 550 years has been the wellbeing of the community it serves. Today, that community is the students and staff that form the NYU Florence family. Through talks, live and prerecorded, workshops and discussion groups, Terra Firma Firenze aims to facilitate a deeper appreciation of this special place, to more fully enjoy it and to use it as a mirror reflecting wider issues in the world.
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