UGA- SPIA- GLOBIS: Verona Study Abroad Program Maymester
The Verona Study Abroad program began in the summer of 1993. Included in the summer program are major cultural tours of Florence, Rome, and other major Italian cities. While in Verona students will visit Lake Garda (the largest lake in Italy) and the Soave winery as well as several local sites in Verona. Courses are offered in a number of disciplines, including history, international affairs, and international business.
Verona is located in northeastern Italy between Milan and Venice in an area known as the Veneto region. The city is famous for Juliet's balcony where William Shakespeare set his play, "Romeo and Juliet," and for its Roman Arena, which is the third largest Roman arena in Italy, where a famous opera festival is held each summer.
Dr. Jerry Legge, Program Director
Jessica Dick, Accountant
113 Franklin House
480 E. Broad St.
Athens, GA 30602
Contact the following previous participants for more information:
Verona Study Abroad Program
All Prerequisites will be waived.
INTL 4780 - Special Topics in Comparative Politics (3 Hours)
Theoretical, analytical, and empirical approaches to comparative politics.
- The Holocaust in Italy (3 hours)
The rise of the Fascist State in Italy, the German occupation during World War II, and the destruction of the Italian Jews. Special attention is given to the role of the Church during the German occupation and the Holocaust.
– European Union (3 hours)
The historical origins, development, and current challenges of the European Union. The impact on national sovereignty, external relations, and internal democracy.
-- Political Psychology (3 hours)
Examination of how psychological processes and concepts can influence political attitudes and behavior. This includes various aspects of human psychology, such as personality, motivation, values, and morality, as well as information processing, emotions, and group identities.
-- Topics in the Literature and Culture of Italy (3 hours)
A study of selected works of Italian literature within the literary and cultural context of the period in which each work was written. Given in English.
May 9th to June 23 - Preliminary VSAP SU18 Calendar.pdf
What is included in the program fee?
- Accommodations at the Residence all’Adige. While in Verona, students and faculty will stay at the Residence all' Adige, a modern apartment complex. All apartments have a private bath, kitchen with a small refrigerator, cook top, microwave, satellite TV, radio, and telephone. Cleaning of apartments and change of bed linens and bath towels are performed once a week. This cleaning does not include the kitchen. There is a laundry room and a fully equipped gym center on site.
- Meals. Students will receive breakfast Monday-Thursday while in Verona and daily at the hotels on cultural tours, as well as several group meals in connection with scheduled program activities (see calendar). Each apartment has a kitchen furnished with cooking utensils and there is a grocery store in short walking distance of the Residence.
- Ground transportation on cultural tours to Krakow, Florence, and Rome.
- Hotel accommodations in Florence, Rome, and Southern Italy.
- Entrance fees on cultural tours.
- Internet access
- Medical Insurance through CISI
- Verona City Bus Pass
What is NOT covered in the program fee?
- Tuition. Tuition and fees will be paid directly to the UGA Bursar’s Office.
- Round-trip airfare. (Optional flight TBA)
- Meals other than those listed.
- Laundry facility at Residence all’Adige.
- $150 Cleaning Deposit to Residence all'Adige
- Telephone calls
- Independent travel
- Other personal expenses
Tours will include:
- Southern Italy