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THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER. Short Term Study Abroad Program LA BELL’ITALIA. Venice  Florence  Tuscany  Rome May 17 – 28, 2005. Italy. Largest Cities Rome 2,457,800 Milan 1,181,700 Naples 992,600 Region: Europe Population: 56,260,500 Area Total: 301,230 km2

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    1. THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER Short Term Study Abroad ProgramLA BELL’ITALIA Venice  Florence  Tuscany  Rome May 17 – 28, 2005 The Brookdale International Center

    2. Italy Largest Cities Rome 2,457,800 Milan 1,181,700 Naples 992,600 Region: Europe Population: 56,260,500 Area Total: 301,230 km2 Area Land: 294,020 km2 Coast Line:7,600 km km Capital: Rome Climate: Predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south. Languages: Italian (official), German, French, Slovene Currency:1 Euro = 100 cents Holiday: Anniversary of the Republic, 2 June (1946)Average Daily Temperature Capital: Rome January: 7.2°C / 45°F July: 24.4°C / 75.9°F Annual Rainfall: 802.9mm / 31. The Brookdale International Center

    3. ITALY 2 Day 2-4: Venice 1 Land in Milan 3 Day 5-7: Florence Day 8: Tuscany 4 5 Day 9-11: Rome; Departure to US The Brookdale International Center

    4. Day 1-3: Venice The Brookdale International Center

    5. Venice – San Marco The Brookdale International Center

    6. Venice The Brookdale International Center

    7. Day 4-7: Florence The Brookdale International Center

    8. Tuscany The Brookdale International Center

    9. Siena & Lucca The Brookdale International Center

    10. Day 8-10: Rome Colosseum St Peter’s Forum Romanum The Brookdale International Center

    11. Program Structure • Meetings of the group before program to discuss course structure/assignments • Pre-Departure Orientation to discuss: • What to Pack • Cultural Issues • Health and Safety Abroad • What to Pack • Money Matters • Italian 101 • Pre-Departure Class Session • Cover course contents unrelated to Italy • In Italy: • Group visits sights (mainly in the morning/early afternoon) with guides • Teaching/Lectures occasionally (on bus, in café/hotel) • Write daily journal • Mid-term before departure; final exam when back home • Sufficient free time scheduled for individual/personal activities The Brookdale International Center

    12. Program Parameters • Course: HIST 105: World Civilization I • Group Size: 15-25 students • Group Leader: Professor Jess Levine (History) • Price: $2,990 • Airfare (Newark-Milan, Rome-Newark) • Hotel Accommodations in 3-Star Hotels • Bus Transportation • Daily Breakfast & 4 Dinners • All Brookdale Credit Fees • Comprehensive Travel Insurance • Tour Guide • Deadlines: • $500: February 1, 2005 • $2,490: April 1, 2005 • Brookdale Financial Aid Applies! The Brookdale International Center

    13. How to Sign Up • No academic prerequisites • Eligible: Brookdale students; community members, students from other colleges/ universities • Submit $500 to International Center on or before February 1, 2005 • Check (made out to ”BCC International Center”), credit card or cash • “First-come-first-served” basis • Guarantees spot on the program • Refundable only if program does not run due to low enrollment and/or terrorist attack in Italy • Sign all forms; submit program application forms The Brookdale International Center

    14. Contact Information • International Center (MAC 114) • Ture Petersenn: 732-224-2577 • tpetersenn@brookdalecc.edu • Jess Levine 732-224-2975 • jlevine@brookdalecc.edu • Financial Aid • Gail Belby: 732-224-2723 The Brookdale International Center