Unlock your creativity and draw inspiration from the history and landscape of Florence.
Florence was home to Dante, Boccaccio, Michelangelo, and Botticelli and remains a city with a vibrant cultural life. You will have the opportunity to draw on these artistic wellsprings, while benefiting from the peace and inspiration offered by NYU’s Villa La Pietra, surrounded by 57 acres of gardens and olive groves, where you will live and work.
Get inspired and integrate the knowledge and firsthand experiences of Florence in your writing through the two courses that make up this program. In “Developing the Dramatic Script for Film or Theatre” you will do all the necessary preparatory work before writing a feature length screenplay or long-form television script. In “History of Italian Cinema” you will study the history and aesthetics of Italy’s renowned cinematic history.
Student Arrival: Sunday, May 21, 2017
Student Departure: Saturday, July 1, 2017
Tisch Film and TV Majors: Fundamentals of Dramatic and Visual Writing (FMTV-UT 33)
Non-Film and TV Majors: Fundamentals of Dramatic and Visual Writing or an introductory dramatic writing course, such as OART-UT 35 Fundamentals of Developing the Screenplay or OART-UT 1040 Playwriting Practicum
Application Deadline: The application for summer 2017 is now closed.
Application: Please read the following admissions information before starting your application.
- Undergraduate summer 2017 tuition: $10,984
- Registration and Services Fee: $932
- Program fee: $636
Single on-campus villas w/ meal plan: $4,291
Double on-campus villas w/meal plan: $3,532
Triple on-campus villas w/meal plan: $3,227
Quad on-campus villas w/meal plan: $3,120
- Students are responsible for arranging their own transportation to/from the program.
Visit the NYU Office of the Bursar for additional information on tuition and fees.
Scholarship and Financial Aid
There are opportunities for financial assistance to study abroad.
Please review the Scholarships and Financial Aid for Study Abroad page for more information.
Visit the NYU Florence website for housing options and descriptions.