When it comes to studying overseas, the Monash Prato experience is truly unique.
Conveniently located just outside of Florence, and immersed in the picturesque landscape of Tuscany, the Monash Prato Centre is located in the elegant 18th Century Palazzo Vaj on Via Pugliesi, in the centre of Prato.
Against this historic background, Monash Arts (Criminology) offers a number of units carefully designed to take advantage of all that Prato has to offer. Leading academics from around the world contribute their expertise to the Prato program while students have the opportunity to tour historic sites and landmarks as they study them.
First Semester 2013
Criminology research and teaching has impacts locally, nationally and internationally. The Criminology program undertakes teaching, research and collaborative workshops with international scholars at the Monash University Prato Centre.
Students can choose to complete one or all of the following units.
- Intensive Italian classes – levels 1
15 April to 26 April 2013
- Crime and human rights in a global era
9 May to 17 May 2013
- Contemporary issues in Italian criminal justice
29 April to 6 May 2013
- Comparative criminology
29 April to 10 May 2013
In addition to the Italian and Criminology units there are also Law elective units available for our Criminology students to take – see Monash Law International Study Programs - Prato and Malaysia for more details.
Applications close in March 2013 - units subject to availability. Get in quick to avoid missing out.