Florence University of The Arts-The American University of Florence and SUNY Stony Brook are pleased to announce their 12th annual academic conference.
AUF seeks program candidates who are inquisitive, internationally-minded, and committed to making an impact through their course of studies on the local landscape of Florence and Italy. Candidate profiles are currently reviewed for high school graduates seeking associate’s and bachelor’s degree opportunities and transfer students transitioning to bachelor’s degree studies. Beyond standard admissions criteria outlined in the Academic Catalog and Admissions requirements, the institution encourages students who are ready to embrace the engagement-based model to apply and partake in an academic endeavor that will transform both the student and the local community in a stimulating environment.
For any questions or concerns, our Admissions team is available to help clarify any information (see contact information below).
- Aug Intersessions, 15/16w Semester, Session I: June 15
- 11/12w Semester, Session II: July 15
- Session III: August 15
- Session IV: September 15
- Jan Intersessions, 15/16w Semester, Session I: November 15
- 11/12w Semester, Session II: December 15
- Session III: January 15
- Session IV: February 15
- Summer Semester, I, V, A, C: April 8
- Session II, VI, D: April 30
- Session III, VII, B, E: May 20
- Session IV, VIII, F: June 10
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