At Sant’Anna students are able to explore a learning experience enriched by our opportune location. The ancient history in southern Italy offers unique courses of study.

Where better to study archaeology and architecture than Sorrento where students are within easy reach to the Greek cities of Paestum and Cuma; the Roman cities of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Puteoli; the Roman Villas of Oplonti and Castellammare; the Renaissance and Baroque Architecture of Naples and the traditional Mediterranean townscapes of the Amalfi Coast including Sorrento, itself. If you are studying Hospitality: Sorrento allows students practical experience in the tourism industry including the opportunity to work in small, family-run establishments.

Sant’Anna has over eleven years of experience coordinating study abroad programs and with hosting faculty-led programs.

The institute is housed in a grand structure on the cliffs of Sorrento, overlooking the quaint fishing port of Marina Grande. A friendly, nurturing staff; spacious classrooms with views of the sea; lush gardens; and a continuous cross-cultural exchange make Sant’Anna Institute an unforgettable learning environment.

Sant’Anna has a reputation for excellence in language instruction, and also offers a wide range of university courses taught by highly qualified, English-speaking adjunct faculty.