Earn Credits and Build a World of Knowledge at our Graduate Summer Program in Northern Italy
The CIMBA summer graduate sessions offer you the opportunity to live in picturesque Paderno del Grappa, Italy while completing classes with students and professors from around the world. Students in a of myriad programs, from Master of Business Administration to Master of Accounting, and more come to CIMBA to enhance their international education through company tours and cultural excursions, and to experience life in a quaint, Italian community.
Our graduate program is flexible, which means you can decide to take one session for three credits or stay for two sessions and earn six credits. Each session is two weeks in length, and all courses are taught in English. Due to the condensed duration of the summer program, many students choose to stay in Italy and travel more extensively after their courses end, while others return home to pursue an internship or rejoin their company for the remainder of the summer.
While at CIMBA, you will have the opportunity to sign up for cultural excursions in and around Paderno del Grappa, including exploring Mt. Grappa, taking a bus to Asolo (on the list of 1000 things to see before you die), and tossing a pizza at the local pizzeria. Check out more about our cultural exploration program and CIMBA’s picturesque location.
CIMBA’s courses are accredited by the University of Iowa, meaning they should transfer back to most U.S.-based home institutions. Course topics in the past have included: business fraud, sustainability, leadership and personal development, lean practices, rapid continuous improvement: process consulting. View our upcoming course offerings.
You will have the opportunity to network with international business leaders who are guest speakers in the classroom, take company tours, and study and travel side by side with students who come to CIMBA from around the world.
We understand studying overseas can be expensive. That’s why we pride ourselves on having no hidden costs. The price study abroad students see for their program includes tuition, room and board, dining services, laundry, a twice-weekly cleaning service, and more. Airfare and personal travel are separate, but our staff can advise students on how to find the best fares. Financial aid and scholarships are also available for all of CIMBA’s programs. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our U.S. office at +1-319-335-0920.