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For Summer Holiday & Gap Year; Culture in Italy


Why? To see many of the greatest achievements in art, architecture and sculpture; to learn how these fit into the greater picture of Western Civilization; to find like minded friends as you travel through Italy and to have fun doing it.


When? The AHA Gap Year Course is six weeks long and starts in November, January April and August, and there are shorter Summer Holiday courses in July.


Where? Travel through Venice, Verona, Florence, Siena, Rome, Naples and Sicily – places whose names breathe art.


“Going on this course ensured that at my interview I had both the confidence and the enthusiasm to talk passionately about art – and that won me a place.”


Min Nolan, Oxford University History of Art Undergraduate


“I do passionately believe that what I learnt on AHA, and the continuing interest I took from it, has helped me in job applications, interviews and, most importantly, in a personal capacity (in confidence, conversation and towards being the sort of rounded individual that I would strive to be) ever since.”


Richard Sherrington, Associate, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP


Telephone: +44 (0)1379 871800 or email: info@arthistoryabroad.com


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