Masters of Italian Studies at NYU and NYU-Florence
Overview The M.A. program in Italian Studies consists of 32 points and a master’s thesis. Masters students can complete their coursework at a pace they choose, entirely in New York at the NYU Washington Square campus, particularly at the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, or in combination with credits taken at the NYU Florence campus at the spell-binding Villa La Pietra during the summer.
Funding Opportunities Qualified Masters students can obtain part-time work-study at the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò helping with the Casa’s 100+ cultural events over the course of the academic year, or can apply to teach Italian language courses in the Department. Credits taken at NYU-Florence are eligible for 30% tuition discount. GSAS offers various financial aid possibilities, including Diversity and Funding Access Programs.
Reasons to pursue a Masters of Italian Studies at NYU include having an interest in: teaching, in preparing to pursue a doctorate, and having a career in NGOs, industries and cultural organizations related to Italy. Students are expected to acquire a solid background in critical practice and a broad knowledge of all periods of Italian culture.
Community Masters students in the Italian Studies Department at NYU join of vibrant community of scholars, teachers, researchers, and have the unique opportunity to be involved in student-led events and activities such as Works in Progress and the “Interferenze” reading group.
For more information on the Graduate Program in the Department of Italian Studies at NYU, please contact us at email@example.com or write directly to the Director of Graduate Studies, Italian.firstname.lastname@example.org
M.A. Application Deadlines
Fall Admission: April 15
Spring Admission: November 1