If your interest lays in art history then spend your gap year exploring some of the greatest works of art and architecture in the world. This unique insight into the world of travel and art is a once in a lifetime opportunity and an excellent way to broaden your mind and expose yourself to the greats.
Join a group and you could spend your days discussing the great cultural masters of the art history world with a group of likeminded travellers. If you’re interested in joining an art course whilst you are abroad most include accommodation and some food, allowing you more time to soak up the inspiration. Art History courses may also give you an unique advantage over other candidates for a university placement or job you are after when you return home, having soaked up all that international knowledge first hand.
Art history is incredibly interesting and travelling abroad in search of it is an irreplaceable experience not lived through by many. Indulge in your love of travel and art on your gap year.
Travel Italy with new friends; study the greatest works of art & architecture in Europe; discuss history, theology, politics & philosophy with fascinating, brilliant and dynamic tutors.
Join us for this great European adventure; 2 weeks in London, 1 week in Paris, 1 week in South of France, 2 weeks in Tuscany followed by our famous six week Italian expedition.
Study at an American liberal arts university which offers gap year, study abroad, and degree opportunities to students from over 70 countries.
This is a 2 month arts based gap year course in London, Venice, Florence and Rome which opens eyes, ears and minds – a life-changing and unforgettable experience!
Travel Italy; spend two weeks exploring the beautiful cities of Venice, Florence and Rome. A perfect mixture of Italian food, wine, music and weather and a fantastic way to spend a summer.
Planning to explore Europe on your gap year? This complete gap year includes a bus around Europe’s arty-est cities and also an internship in Madrid too!
Go deeper under the skin of Italy and explore the lesser-known south. Travel through Sicily, up through Calabria, finally to Rome over one fantastic summer and explore this diverse region.