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|Program Sponsor:||University of Georgia|
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|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Summer||2018||01/19/2018 **||Rolling Admission||06/05/2018||08/02/2018|
Early Application Deadline: Friday, October 13, 2017.
Early Notification Deadline: Friday, October 20, 2017.
Early Commitment Deadline: Friday, November 3, 2017.
Standard Application Deadline: Friday, January 19, 2018.
Standard Notification Deadline: Friday, January 26, 2018.
Standard Commitment Deadline: Friday, February 2, 2018.
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
|Program Category:||UGA Residential Center||Sponsor:||UGA|
|Type of Instruction:||Independent Study, Lecture||Classes With:||International Students, U.S. Students, UGA Students|
|Taught By:||Host Professor(s), UGA/U.S. Professor(s)||Housing Location:||On-Campus|
|Housing Type:||Dorm/Student Residence||Work Opportunity:||No|
|Volunteer Opportunity:||No||Scholarship Availability:||Yes|
|Academic Area:||Art||Minimum number of credit hours:||9|
|Maximum number of credit hours:||12||Minimum GPA Requirement:||2.5 or above|
|Open to non-UGA students:||Yes|
There are many general study abroad scholarships available, including substantial need-based program-specific scholarships.
Summer 2017 Course Offerings:
(Summer 2018 Course Offerings: TBA. Classes are subject to change based on enrollment numbers.)
*Required: All Summer Program participants are strongly encouraged to take the Art History course and 2-3 additional courses (9-13 credit hours)*
ARHI 3020 / 6005:– Renaissance Art History (3 credit hrs) / Graduate Processes and Principles: Italian Art and Architecture (3 credit hrs)
ARST 2100 / ARST 2110: – Intro Painting (3 credit hrs) / Intermediate Painting (3 credit hrs)
ARST 2010 / ARST 3010: – Intermediate Drawing (3 credit hrs) / Advanced Drawing (3 credit hrs)
ARST 2300 / ARST 3340: – Intro Printmaking Relief (3 credit hrs) / Advanced Printmaking (3 credit hrs)
ARST 3310: – Intro to Books Arts / Papermaking (3 credit hrs)
ARST 2210: – Intro to Photo and Image Culture (3 credit hrs)
ARST 4270: – Social Documentary Photo and Video (3 credit hrs)
ARST 2500: – Intro to Ceramics
ARST 3500 / ARST 4500: – Intermediate Ceramics (3 credit hrs)? / Advanced Ceramics (3 credit hrs)
Jewelry & Metals:
ARST 2600: – Beginning Jewelry/Metals (3 credit hrs)
ARST 3610 / 4610: – Intermediate Jewelry/Metals (3 credit hrs) / Advanced Jewelry/Metals (3 credit hrs)
ARHI 3020: – Renaissance Art History
ARHI 4900: – Topics in Ancient and Medieval Art (Tentative on final student enrollment) (3 credit hrs)
ITAL 1001: – Elementary Italian (4 credit hrs)
ITAL 2001: – Intermediate Italian (Tentative on final student enrollment) (3 credit hrs)
ARGD 4080: – Special Problems in Graphic Design (Tentative on final student enrollment) (3 credit hrs)
ARGD 4120: – Informational Graphics, Signs, and Posters (Tentative on final student enrollment) (3 credit hrs)
LAND 4070 / 6070: – Landscape Architecture Studio (4 credit hrs) / Graduate Landscape Architecture Studio (4 credit hrs)
ARID 3130: – Studio IV: Design for Special Populations (4 credit hrs)
ARID 3340: – Furniture Design (3 credit hrs)
CHEM 1110/1110L: Elementary Chemistry - PropART (3 credit hrs / 1 credit hr lab)
For full program details, please view the UGA Cortona website.
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|Olivia Rachel Austin, Summer 2016 Participant|
|"It is an adventure of a lifetime!"|
|Summer 2016 Participant|
|One of the best ways to visit and learn about any country!|
|Summer 2016 Participant|
|My classes were amazing and I learned SO much--but I still felt like I had time to fully experience and enjoy my environment.|
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|This experience exposed me to a different culture and I learned international relations outside of the classroom. I took classes that do not even pertain to my major and I broadened my horizons. I'm really proud of the things I did over there and I miss it already!|
|— Schuyler Pringle, Summer 2016|
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