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Program Details - The Perugino Institute - Rome, italy

Primary Mailing Address

ATTN: Pasquale Monteleone
Address: Via Nomentana, 335
City / Province: Rome
Postal Code 00162
Country: italy

Primary Contact Information

Phone: ++ 39 06 8537 09 23 ext 33

General Program Information

Upon the recent establishment of its foundations, The Perugino Institute has set its mission of creating an international institute for multidisciplinary study of Italian culture, history, architecture, art history, restoration and language, in the Umbrian medieval town of Citt? della Pieve in central Italy. The Institute is a centre of the internationally-renowned Link Campus of the University of Malta (est. 1592) and provides educational experiences to students who seek to enhance their university career with a study abroad experience, as well as professionals who aim at refining or improving their entrenched background and skills. � The Perugino Institute is housed in a 16th Century palazzo (Palazzo della Corgna) in the heart of the town of Citt? della Pieve - birthplace of Il Perugino - and offers not only teaching spaces but also research and IT facilities for student?s use.� The teaching faculty has been selected to provide high quality educational programmes and standards are maintained through regular monitoring of teaching and feedback from students.� The Institute also offers a ?Student Support Service? which deals with all those other necessities such as accommodation, leisure activities and all bureaucratic matters involved in studying abroad.� Students can choose from a selection of modules which are offered in English language and can also be guided in their choice by the Director of Studies and other faculty members.� � Moreover, the Institute also provides specialized courses in areas such as advanced conservation and restoration techniques, conservation of paper, canvas, fresco and wood, museum management and legal aspects regarding the international art and cultural heritage sector today. � In brief, the Institute offers the following courses: �*semester abroad programmes for undergraduate students who wish to follow study programmes in fine arts, art history and architecture; *one year courses in fine arts, art history, restoration and conservation; *one year art management programme aimed at graduate students; *short courses prepared to suit the individual needs of the student/s or institution. �