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Summer Study Abroad in Sorrento. Sorrento Skyline. City Crest. Italia. Sorrentine Peninsula. Why Sorrento?. Sant’ Anna Institute - Sorrento Lingue Able to stay with local families Accessible – Train, Bus, and Boat Safe, friendly atmosphere Blend of old and new Moderate temperatures

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Summer Study Abroad in Sorrento

Sorrento Skyline

City Crest


Sorrentine Peninsula

Why Sorrento?

  • Sant’ Anna Institute - Sorrento Lingue

  • Able to stay with local families

  • Accessible – Train, Bus, and Boat

  • Safe, friendly atmosphere

  • Blend of old and new

  • Moderate temperatures

  • Good size town for all conveniences - stores, pharmacies, hospitals, restaurants, etc.

  • Bella!!!!

Sant’ Anna Institute

Sorrento Lingue

International Language Centre

From the Marina Grande


Marina Piccola and Grande

Piazza Tasso - Main Square

Old Sorrento

Along the Amalfi Coast



Circumvesuviana Railway - From Sorrento to Naples

Train and Bus Station






Excusions (cont.)

Making (and eating) Gelato

Braiding Mozzarella

Work-Study Program?

Ciao, Sorrento


As the sun sets on Sorrento off to Rome

Comments from students

  • “I think living with the host family was the most positive aspect of my study abroad experience. Not only was it fun and interesting to interact with the family, but it was very educational and facilitated the experience of learning the language.”

  • “I have LOVED all of the excursions (Naples, Capri, Pompei, etc.)!! They have allowed me to learn a great deal about Italy's history and culture. Also, I really enjoy when I go shopping around town and talk to the shopkeepers in Italian. It helps keep up my day-to-day learning of the language and all of the shopkeepers are really patient and understand that I'm trying to learn their language.

  • “Italian 208 I had to write journals and an essays about our excursions and experiences. I liked this because it made me learn a lot more than if I had just gone on the tour because I probably wouldn't have paid as much attention.”

  • “The major aspect that allowed me to be fully exposed in Italian culture is living with a local family of the country. I'd rather all programs form their living arrangements with local families instead of living in a hotel.”

  • What were the most negative aspects of your study abroad/domestic travel study experience? “leaving!!”


Each student is required to take 6 to 7 creditsconsisting of:

  • Italian 208 Italy Past and Presentand

  • Either Italian 107 or 206


  • It is recommended that students apply for a scholarship.

  • In 2011 approximately a total of $19,000 was awarded to students attending the Sorrento program.

  • There are several available scholarships.

  • All that is needed is:

    • Application with a $300 deposit

    • Recommendation from a professor

    • On-line essay

What does the program fee cover?

  • Airfare

  • Transportation from and to airport in Italy

  • All scheduled group excursions

  • Breakfast and dinner daily while in Sorrento

  • Breakfast only in Rome

  • Some lunches when extended group excursions are planned

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