All students will receive a Florence School of Fine Arts transcript upon completion of their academic program and receive U.S. credit for their courses abroad. The Florence School coursework and credit hours are parallel to the US undergraduate college system for the transfer of credits, however each student is responsible for knowing the transfer policy of the home university. For students attending from non-affiliated institutions, academic credits can be issued on a domestic transcript through the Florence School of Fine Arts School of Record in the USA.
Upon completion of the term students will receive their grades and transcripts via email. Please note: Once the term ends it may take up to 7 weeks for transcripts to be mailed to the home institution. If a student requires a rushed transcript please contact the Florence School.
IMPORTANT: It is the student's responsibility to check with their academic advisor at their home institution to see which transcript is needed for successful credit transfer.
School of Record Transcript
The following information applies only to students whose home institution requires a “School of Record Transcript” from an accredited, degree-granting institution in the United States in order to transfer credits from the Florence School toward their degree.
Students applying for a School of Record Transcript must contact the Florence School of Fine Arts to get the forms necessary for a School of Record Transcript. There is an additional fee for the school of record transcript.
The student must be enrolled full time at the Florence School of Fine Arts.
The student is responsible for checking with his/her home institution concerning credit eligibility for transfer of credit to see which transcript is needed for successful credit transfer.
Florence is an incredibly beautiful city often called "the birthplace of the modern world". It offers an amazing sensation of "seeing" and feeling": with the sheer magnificence of the Duomo, the incredible collections of the Uffizi, Galleria dell'Accademia, the frescoes in the Capella Brancacci, and literally hundreds of smaller sites, churches and palaces which contain several centuries of an electrifying history and culture.