Scuola Internazionale delle Arti, della Lingua e della Cultura Italiana

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AEF courses comply with both European Higher Education guidelines (Bologna Process) and American Universities standards. Course workload is expressed in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), and their equivalent U.S. semester hours, in syllabi, transcripts and attendance certificates. ECTS credits are the European academic standard, established in 1999 for the purpose of enabling the mobility of European students in the framework of the Erasmus Program. Today, the ECTS makes it possible to transcend academic borders all over the world. The system defines the characteristics of the courses, the contact hours, study hours, guidelines for assessing the results, and more importantly, it guarantees the maximum transparency and quality of every aspect of the educational offer.

The AEF Academic Office supports and advises students in the process of getting their courses approved and transferred, providing all the necessary documents.

Nevertheless, it is necessary for every student to check with their home institution for the recognition of the courses and the relative credits towards their degree: the acceptance of transfer credits is always governed by the receiving school.

The Accademia Europea di Firenze is an International School of Italian Arts, Language and Culture.
Founded in 2005 as a school of Italian for foreigners, over time it has expanded its offer to Italian art and culture, music and dance.
The AEF also offers Certificate Programs in Voice & Opera, Drawing & Painting and Dance, and a Certificate Program in Italian Language and Culture, Study Abroad Programs in collaboration with prestigious American Universities, Summer and Winter Programs and Joint Academic Programs developed with university institutions all over the world.
The experiential approach and the quality of the professors make this school, strongly rooted in Italian history and culture but endowed with European academic standards, an international environment in the city of the Renaissance and of widespread beauty.