Warwick in Venice
Warwick has provided a dedicated teaching space in Venice for over forty years, housed in the fifteenth century Palazzo Pesaro-Papafava since 2007. This stunning building, in gothic style, belonged to a rich patrician family who exercised considerable power in political and economic spheres.
With opportunities across undergraduate and postgraduate courses, the Palazzo will be your base for studies in Venice. More information, and links to departments can be found here. With a dedicated Administrator based in Venice, students are supported throughout the application and time in Venice.
The Palazzo Pesaro-Papafava is a particularly desirable base for conferences, symposia and workshops, bringing together leading academics on the international stage to formulate new ideas. The centre is a launch pad for collaborative teaching and research programmes.
'Did holding our conference in Venice attract people to our conference? The answer is definitely! We've had a lot of emails from people saying how wonderful it was.'
Dr Tim Lockley, Department of Comparative American Studies