Istituto Europeo di Design

 

Location and Demographics

In cooperation with the Knowledge Exchange Institute (KEI), SUNY Oneonta offers study abroad programs at the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED)’s campuses in Milan and Florence, Italy


Academics: Semester and Academic Year

In cooperation with the Knowledge Exchange Institute (KEI), SUNY Oneonta offers study abroad programs at the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED)’s campuses in Milan and Florence, Italy.

During the first month of the program, students must enroll in the Made in Italy and Italian Design & Production Methods courses.

After the first month of the program, students start taking elective courses. Students can enroll in up to 9 credits per semester (generally 3 elective courses). All available courses and syllabi for the courses are listed on the KEI website.

Academics: Summer Program

There is a 4-week Summer program offered at the IED’s Milan campus. Students take one 6-credit course during the program. The course descriptions and syllabi are available on the KEI website.

Housing

Students live in furnished apartments in a residential part of Milan. Apartments consist of a living area, kitchen, 2 to 4 bedrooms and 1 to 2 bathrooms. Most bedrooms are double-occupancy. For more information about student life in Milan, view the Knowledge Exchange Institute website

 

Application & Deadline

Program applications from SUNY students should be directed to the SUNY Oneonta Office of International Education. A completed SUNY Overseas Academic Programs Application is due to the OIE by March 1 for the Summer program, April 15 for the Fall semester and academic year programs, and November 1 for the Spring semester program.

Program applications from non-SUNY students should be directed to the Knowledge Exchange Institute by the appropriate KEI deadline. See the KEI website for the application deadlines for non-SUNY students.  


Duration and Cost

Semester Cost Sheet
Summer Cost Sheet


Eligibility

Open to students of all majors, though ideal for Fashion majors. Minimum 2.5 GPA required.

 


 

Contact Us

OIE Office Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Mailing Address: Office of International Education SUNY College at Oneonta 111 Schumacher Hall Oneonta, NY 13820
USA Tel: 607-436-3369 Fax: 607-436-2475

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Prospective Students

Our Location Founded in 1889 in “Honor and Good Faith,” the College is strategically located in beautiful upstate New York. Oneonta is home to the Foothills Performing Arts Center and just 30 minutes to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
The campus is surrounded by 360 degree mountain views and is close to the Catskill Mountains. Upstate NewYork is a four-season state with mild summers, cool nights, and beautiful spring foliage. Fall is colorful and winters offer plenty of snow, ideal for snowboarding and skiing. The campus is 4.5 hours to New York City (NYC) by bus and 1 hour from Albany, the capital of New York and a major shopping area.
Oneonta has a progressive, local and interstate bus system running 7 days per week with routine stops on campus. DowntownOneonta is walking distance from SUNY and has local shopping, unique gift shops, restaurants, farmer’s markets, and entertainment in this historic city. A nearby shopping mall is a short distance to the campus by bus.
The Albany International Airport is just over 1 hour away—The OIE office provides free airport pickup for new student arrivals. JFK International Airport is also within reach and has an Airtrack/railway/bus system direct to Oneonta.

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How to Apply

Starting Your Overseas Journey: Step-by-Step
Whether you choose one of SUNY Oneonta’s exchange programs or you find a venue among SUNY’s 500 programs, you’re sure to find a destination that meets your goals and objectives for studying abroad.
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