Tuscany Campus

'Live the Life' in Prato, Italy

The University of New Haven opened its first international satellite campus in Prato, Italy in the fall of 2012. The historic city of Prato offers University of New Haven students an authentic Italian cultural experience. Prato, the second largest city in the region, is just 20 minutes from Florence and one hour from Pisa by train.

While experiencing life abroad, students will have the opportunity to enroll in five classes taught by both University of New Haven and Italian faculty. All University of New Haven tuition and fees remain the same as if students were attending our main campus in West Haven, Connecticut - the only difference in price is the cost of airfare!

 

Academics

Find out what University of New Haven students are studying in Tuscany. From Italian class to engineering to wine tasting to photography students in Prato are expanding their horizons in the classroom as well as outside the classroom.

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Outside the Classroom

Spending a semester in Prato means learning both inside and outside the classroom. Students experience all Italy has to offer by dining, traveling and exploring Prato and the surrounding region.

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Living in Prato

Prato is located in the region of Tuscany in Central Italy. The area is home to many restaurants, shops and historic sites. Also, Pisa, Siena, Florence, Lucca, and the seaside are all a short train ride away.

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Applying to Study at the Tuscany Campus

Applications are accepted and approved on a rolling basis meaning that the sooner you turn complete and submit the application, the sooner you’ll be able to finalize your plans for your time abroad.

Tuition and Fees

You will be billed University of New Haven tuition, room, board, and fees, as if on campus. Your University of New Haven scholarships and aid will be virtually unchanged. The University of New Haven will cover the cost of the Italian visa. Students will be billed the cost of airfare. In order to ensure that all students arrive in Florence as a group, we shall purchase group tickets.

You must pay all expenses associated with obtaining or renewing your passport, and shipping and preparing your visa materials. You must get to and from the departing US international airport at your own expense and by your own arrangement.

Apply: First-Year Students, First Term Abroad

Apply: Current Students


News from Prato eNewsletter

Since the university opened its satellite campus in Prato in Fall 2012, almost 200 of our students have traveled to Italy to study at the Tuscany Campus.

But what is life really like for our students in another country? What do they gain from the experience?

To answer these questions, and to celebrate our students' achievements in Italy, the Tuscany Campus now produces an newsletter packed with photographs, articles, interviews and quotes.

Click here to download a PDF version of the latest issue of the "News From Prato" newsletter!

Subscription Information

"News From Prato" is the official newsletter of the University of New Haven's Tuscany Campus in Prato, Italy. It will be sent periodically throughout the academic year.

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Contact

Study Abroad Office

On Campus: Kaplan 210