Destination Florence | CAS International Programs and Education Abroad | Kent State University

Destination Florence

Destination Florence is a two year program for students who are interested in studying in Florence for a semester during their second-year at Kent State.

Students enrolled in this program will participate in academic and social events, which will prepare them for their time in Florence. Students will have a designated advisor throughout their journey to ensure they stay on track for graduation.

As a result of participating in Destination Florence, students will:

  • Feel more connected to their department
  • Are better prepared for their semester abroad
  • Identify opportunities to leverage their study abroad experience
  • Gain an appreciation for different cultures

Benefits

Admission to this prestigious program will grant students semester-by-semester scholarships designed to reward outstanding commitment to global education, culminating in an education abroad grant (up to $500) to support their experience abroad in Florence. Additionally, students will participate in special activities while in Florence, such as additional field trips, to help further tie their study abroad experience to relevant academic opportunities not available in the United States.

Eligibility

Incoming first-year students, with majors housed in the departments of Biological Sciences, Political Science, Psychological Sciences or English, are eligible for this program. Students must complete an application and be accepted into this selective program.

Apply to Destination Florence 2020!

 

NEW COHORTS (Fall 2019-Spring 2020)

 

 

PSYCH:

 

 

Thursday, November 29th from 1-2pm in room 115 Bowman Hall

 

 

During this Program Orientation, we will discuss:

  • Benefits of being selected for this program

  • Program participation and expectations 

  • Scholarship Award

  • Life in Florence, Italy

  • Florence & your academic experience

 

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE:

 

 

Thursday, November 29th from 2-3pm in room 115 Bowman Hall

 

 

During this Program Orientation, we will discuss:

  • Benefits of being selected for this program

  • Program participation and expectations 

  • Scholarship Award

  • Life in Florence, Italy

  • Florence & your academic experience

Learn more about our specific cohorts!

Biological Sciences | Political SciencePsychological Sciences | English