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Program Types

FIT in Italy

  • FIT has two residential programs located in Italy: one campus in Florence and one in Milan. 
  • Students pay FIT tuition and fees in addition to a program fee.
  • Students take FIT courses following the curriculum of their degree program. 
  • For more information about eligibility, deadlines and program budget see the FIT in Italy page. 

Semester Abroad Programs 

There are two types of semester programs: Exchanges and Semester Study Abroad.

  1. Exchange Programs
  • Exchange Programs are FIT programs at institutions with which FIT has a collaborative agreement.
  • Exchanges are typically on a 1:1 ratio. For every participating FIT student per semester, an international student will study at FIT.
  • Students pay FIT tuition and fees.
  • Students take courses for transfer credit. 
  • For more information about eligibility, deadlines and program budgets see the Semester Abroad page.

2. Semester Study Abroad

  • Semester Study Abroad Programs are programs where students are enrolled for one semester at a host institution. 
  • Semester Study Abroad Programs typically do not have a selected program capacity.
  • Students pay the tuition and fees of the host institution. 
  • Students take courses for transfer credit. 
  • For more information about eligibility, deadlines and program budgets see the Semester Abroad page.

Summer/Winter Courses

  • Summer/Winter Courses are short-term study abroad programs that take place during the summer or winter sessions.
  • Students take one FIT course abroad with FIT faculty.
  • Students pay a program fee plus FIT tuition and fees, per credit hour.
  • Students receive credit for the FIT course taken abroad. 
  • For more information about eligibility, deadlines and program budgets see the Summer/Winter Courses page.

CCIS/SUNY Programs

  • CCIS/SUNY programs are offered through the College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS) or the SUNY System.
  • Students can participate in semester programs and summer/winter courses, which is dependent upon their degree program eligibility. 
  • For more information about CCIS/SUNY programs see the How to Apply page. 
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