International Entrepreneurship, Italian Language & Culture (Faculty-Led Program)
In this program, you will be enrolled in a spring semester course with students on various linguistic tracks at RIT and then travel to your target linguistic destination for 1-2 weeks in the summer term to learn how language, culture, and entrepreneurial thinking can help address the world's sustainability challenges. You will learn how to discover, evaluate, and enact opportunities in multiple linguistic, cultural, and national contexts to create goods and services.
RIT business students have the opportunity to spend a spring semester studying at Italy at RIT's exchange partner university, Politecnico di Milano (Polimi University). Students take courses in the School of Management from faculty and industry professionals who focus on innovation, academic excellence, and critical thinking. Over 4,900 students are enrolled in degree programs through the School of Management at Polimi University.
Rome: Examining Art and Design in the Eternal City (Faculty-Led Program)
Examine art, design, architecture, urban spaces, and archaeological sites that are relevant to the history and culture of Rome. For centuries, Rome's sites have directly influenced architecture and visual culture. From Raphael to Michelangelo, artists have visited Rome and studied its structures, monuments, and traditions.