- Adventure vacations in Venice for students from around the world
- Gentium Schola Opitergium
- European Institute of Design IED Venice
Venice is one of the most romantic cities in Italy, attracting millions of tourists annually. The city acquired a fascinating look long before the mass appearance of tourists: it was thanks to him that a new, special direction in art was created here, later called the Venetian school, and the paintings of the famous artists Monet and Giovanni Canaletto, who captured the city of bridges on their canvases, are known all over the world.
Adventure vacations in Venice for students from around the world
Despite the high season and the temperature in summer, Venice will be an excellent option for learning Italian during the summer holidays, if you like to feel the bubbling stream of life all over the place, the smells of the best Mediterranean cuisine and the entrancing architecture of the sunny south of Europe. Venice will allow you to combine cultural rest and study, which will comprehensively enrich you. In the city of bridges you can learn not only Italian, but also to tighten up the English language or discover new talents, for example, in cooking or fashion.
Gentium Schola Opitergium
Prestigious educational institution Gentium Schola Opitergium considers its main task in teaching to give every foreign student the opportunity to see and discover their potential. The best teachers with foreign experience and modern methods are working on programs for students that would make it possible to unite foreign students from around the world in a short time and to coordinate their work so that all students intensively interact with each other. Thus, students learn not only a foreign language, but also acquire important communication skills in life. Within the summer camp, linguistic programs for studying English and Italian are offered with an average degree of intensity (20 academic hours per week). The length of stay in the language camp varies from two weeks to a month. The age of students is from 15 to 17 years. The cost of one week of the program, including accommodation, meals and leisure activities, is 1,800 €.
Since the program is aimed at talented and inquisitive adolescents from around the world, the organizers have tried to include a wide variety of activities in the entertainment part of the holiday. For creative individuals, music, dance, mosaic and even graffiti are provided. For fans of active recreation and sports - mobile team games, basketball, football, volleyball, tennis, mountain biking or relaxing yoga classes with the best instructors. And of course, being in Italy, it's impossible not to be interested in cooking! For sweets and connoisseurs of Mediterranean cuisine, too, there is an outlet.
European Institute of Design IED Venice
Italy and design are connected by an inseparable chain. For more than 50 years, Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) has been working in the field of education and research in the fields of design, fashion, visual communication and management. Today, the IED is an ever-expanding international network that issues academic first-level diplomas and organizes three-year courses, master's courses, continuing vocational education and continuing education programs.
The teaching staff includes specialists and experts who can teach applied skills and the ability to navigate in a constant flow of innovation. Each academic course is carried out in direct contact with companies operating in the relevant fields. Being a prestigious school of world-class design, IED welcomes students of different nationalities and cultures in all its branches. About 2000 foreign students - mainly from the Far East, Central and South America, Europe - attend academic courses every year. To date, the IED trains students from about 100 different countries.
The summer academic design program is designed for foreign students over 18 years of age and is conducted in English, which need to be mastered at an advanced level. The cost of the summer program ranges from 1,500 € for 2 weeks of studying. Design courses are usually divided into 2 thematic blocks.
- In the first week, lectures and seminars focus on the topic of contemporary art. Students have the opportunity to meet with famous artists and visit their workshops, exhibitions and other prestigious facilities.
- The second week is devoted to modern architecture - visits to art objects are conducted and the evolution of the relationship between architecture, art and space as such is discussed. At the end of the second week, the final master class is held, which analyzes the entire course. The main objective of this academic course is to hold foreign students through a living experience of contact with art and give them useful "keys to reading."