Sorrento in the Fall. While Sorrento may be a popular summer travel destination, it is also the perfect place to study abroad in the fall!
Whether you’re an incoming freshman or a primed 5th year senior, a semester studying abroad can be very beneficial… with the right preparation! That is why we have come up with 5 tips to get ahead of the game to help you prepare for a semester abroad.
If you’d like to learn more about Marco and his teaching methods… well, you’ll just have to come to Sant’Anna Institute, won’t you?
On July 26th the community of Sorrento comes to celebrate the feast day of their patron saint, Saint Anne.
In the small town of Piano Di Sorrento lies Casa del Caffe Giuseppe Maresca, a coffee factory that has been passed down through the generations.
Before deciding to study abroad, I had never heard of Sorrento, Italy. Stepping off that plane in Naples was one of the most nerve-racking moments of my life.
The first three weeks in Sorrento, Italy, have been interesting, especially when it comes to one of my classes, Marine Biology, which focuses on studying the body of water nearest to Sorrento.
For the second field trip of the school year, the Anthropology of Europe and History of Mafia students went to Napoli (Naples) for a day.