Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts

Students with a true passion for Liberal Arts, History, Political Science, Art History, Sustainability, Museum Studies, and Studio Art will appreciate our Liberal Arts Track.


It is impossible to study Liberal Arts without appreciating Italy’s profound influence upon the development of Western culture.

Any student with a true passion Social Science, HistoryStudio ArtHumanities stands only to benefit from the direct experience of spending time in our country, breathing in the atmosphere of a nation shaped by the interplay of art and culture.

And what better place than in Tuscany and Siena?

These extraordinary locations are home to an inexhaustible wealth of cultural treasures. This is why we created the Liberal Arts Track which combines Italian Language with a great variety of classes and independent study options.

Choose three core courses from the following (for course desciptions, click on the relative links on the column on the right):

  1. Art Histroy 1: Medieval & Renaissance Art in Siena & Florence

  2. Crossculture: Contemporary Italy. An Introduction

  3. Creative Writing 

  4. Drawing

  5. Photography 

  6. Sustainability and Food

With an additional fee of €650 each:

  1. Art Restoration

  2. Book Art

  3. Ceramics

  4. Painting

  5. Silversmithing

With an additional fee of €1200 each:

  1. Art History 2: Iconology and Iconography

  2. Deaf Studies: Italian Deaf Culture and History

  3. History and Theory of Museums

  4. Italian Literature I/Italian Literature II

  5. Italian Political Thought

See here regular Tuition Costs and Academic Calendar.


Request more info!

You may also be interested in...

Summer at
Siena School for Liberal Arts

In summertime the scenery of Siena and the surrounding province come alive with colors, fragrances, and spectacular cultural events such as the world-famous Palio as well as many smaller Medieval festivals. The...

Italian Studies

An intensive study of Italian with direct interaction and involvement within the local community. Expoloring another country is more than a matter of linguistics. Real understanding means getting to know...

Museum Studies

What is the role of museums in today's society? How does curatorship vary from culture to culture? How should a museum interact with the territory that surrounds it? Our Museum Track Studies addresses...
  • Liberal Arts Track

  • Sustainability Track

  • SienaSchool Promo