Rodomonte Posted August 18, 2013 Share Posted August 18, 2013 Ciao a tutti! I realize it's pretty early for the Fall 2014 application process, but everyone has consistently told me that it's never too early to plan. So I guess you could say that I'm just trying to find my bearings. I would like to hear from other prospective grad students who are planning to apply to Italian grad programs, as well as those who have already applied and have been accepted (or rejected) by their schools. I'm trying to get as much information as I can, especially since Italian seems to be a very small discipline when compared to other languages. I recently graduated with a BA in English and Italian, and I've compiled a tentative list of schools that I'm looking to apply to: University of Virginia (one of my professors is an alum and actually recommended this to me) Georgetown University (my aforementioned prof was a visiting professor there, and also recommended this to me) Rutgers University-New Brunswick University of Wisconsin-Madison Indiana University-Bloomington (another recommendation from an alumnus) Middlebury (I've heard the MA program is awesome, but for some reason, I can't really find a whole lot of info on it) University of Colorado-Boulder (my alma mater; they actually don't have an Italian graduate program, but their comparative lit program is fantastic, which would be the closest thing to what I'm interested in... you could say I'm using this as a "safety" school) I should note that I have my sights set on MA programs. E allora? Che ne pensate voi? Vorrei sapere un po' di più da parte vostra (specificamente sulla vostra esperienza e/o speranza riguardo al processo). Fatemi sapere! Grazie! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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