Cost of Attendance | Gonzaga University
What does it cost to attend Gonzaga?
Figuring out your expenses starts with determining the total cost of your attendance for one academic year. Besides calculating obvious costs such as tuition, fees, room and board, you should add estimated costs for books, personal expenses and travel.
The Financial Aid Office reviews the average costs of each of these items every year and, using that figure, establishes a “budget” for its students. The budget varies depending upon whether a student is living on campus, off campus or at home with his or her parents. Although it is impossible to know precisely what an individual student’s exact cost of attendance will be, the budget we establish for determining financial need attempts to consider most variable costs. The Out-of-Pocket Cost Worksheet can help you estimate your expenses. This is a good way of budgeting expenses and determining the types of costs for which you will need to plan. Keep in mind that the cost of travel or other transportation-related expenses, as well as money for supplies, books and other items are often overlooked in planning for college.
2021-22 Undergraduate Cost of Attendance (Budget)
|Item||On Campus Cost||Off Campus Cost|
|Books & Supplies||$1,212||$1,212|
* = Weighted Average of Available Options
2021-22 Undergraduate Cost of Attendance (Budget) vs Direct Costs
Cost of Attendance is a federally defined term that includes costs above and beyond what you will be billed for. The Cost of Attendance includes additional expected expenses that Gonzaga does not bill you for, such as transportation, books, and personal expenses.
The Cost of Attendance represents the maximum aid you can receive from all sources, including gift aid like scholarships and grants, as well as self-help aid like loans and work-study.
Direct costs are what you are actually billed for and includes, tuition, fees, room & meal plans. Freshmen and Sophomores, who do not live at home with a parent or relative, are required to live on campus. Juniors and Seniors can live in off-campus in Gonzaga housing or make their own housing arrangements. Below is an estimation of average direct costs, both on and off campus, contrasted with the Cost of Attendance. You can fine tune your estimated direct costs further by using our interactive Out of Pocket Cost Worksheet to tailor it to individual meal plan and dorm room choices.
|Item||On Campus Cost of Attendance Budget||Estimated On Campus Direct Costs|
|Books & Supplies||$1,212||—|
|Item||Off Campus Cost of Attendance Budget||Estimated Off Campus Direct Costs|
|Books & Supplies||$1,212||—|
* = Weighted Average of Available Options
2021-2022 Graduate and Undergraduate Cost of Attendance
2020-2021 Graduate and Undergraduate Cost of Attendance
Gonzaga 2021 Tuition | UnivStats
Gonzaga 2021 Tuition & Fees and COA
For the academic year 2020-2021, the undergraduate tuition & fees at Gonzaga University is $46,920. The graduate school tuition & fees are $17,675. The Living costs besides the tuition & fees are reported as $16,686 when a student lives on campus and $16,686 when a student lives off-campus.
Its total costs of attendance (COA) is $64,802 when a student lives on campus and $64,802 when living off-campus for the academic year 2019-2020. It includes tuition, fees, book & supplies costs, room & board, and other living expenses. The following table and chart illustrate the COA by living preferences and tuition rates.
|Tuition & Fees||$46,920|
|Books & Supplies||$1,196|
|Room & Board||$12,951||$12,951|
|Average Financial Aid||$23,329|
|Total Costs After Receiving Aid||$41,473||$41,473|
[Chart] 2021 Cost of Attendance
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
For the academic year 2020-2021, the undergraduate tuition & fees are $46,920. The undergraduate tuition rates are increased by 3.94% compared to academic year 2019-2020.
|2018||2019||2020||2021||Tuition & Fees||$41,330||$43,210||$45,140||$46,920|
[Chart]2021 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
Graduate Tuition & Fees
For the academic year 2020-2021, the graduate tuition & fees are $17,675. The graduate program tuition rates are increased by 3.39% compared to academic year 2019-2020.
|2018||2019||2020||2021||Tuition & Fees||$16,845||$17,045||$17,096||$17,675|
[Chart] 2021 Graduate Tuition & Fees
Books & Supplies
For the academic year 2020-2021, the average costs for purchasing books and course supllies is $1,196. The following table and charts illustrate the changes of the books & supplies costs at Gonzaga University.
|Books & Supplies||$1,104||$1,124||$1,158||$1,196|
[Chart] 2021 Books & Supplies Costs
For the academic year 2020-2021, the average costs for living costs at Gonzaga University is $16,686 when living on campus and $16,686 when living off-campus . The on-campus living costs are increased by 4.60% compared to academic year 2019-2020. The off-campus living costs are increased by 4.60% compared to academic year 2019-2020.
|On-Campus||Room & Board||$11,550||$11,944||$11,550||$12,951|
|Off-Campus||Room & Board||$11,550||$11,944||$11,550||$12,951|
[Chart] 2021 Room & Boards and other Living Costs
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Rankings, Courses, Admissions, Tuition Fee, Cost of Attendance & Scholarships
As a private liberal arts institution in Washington, Gonzaga University is ranked amongst the top in the country. Established in 1887, the institution offers 75 undergraduate, 24 masters, and 5 doctoral-level degree programs to students from 40 nationalities. The courses at Gonzaga University are offered via the institution’s seven schools/colleges, all located in the main campus.
Though the international student population is below 10%, Gonzaga University welcomes students with diverse backgrounds. With an acceptance rate of 65.5% and GPA requirement of 3.2, admissions to Gonzaga University are moderately competitive. To attract student populations, the university offers institutional aid worth $87 million, thereby ensuring that scholarships are available for the majority of incoming students.
Gonzaga University Rankings
With a retention rate of 94% and a graduation rate of 85%, Gonzaga University has made its mark in the USA. As per the US News and World Report rankings 2021, the university ranks
- #80 amongst the National Universities
- #18 as the Best Undergraduate Teaching in National Universities
- #23 as the Best Engineering Program in USA
- #25 as a Graduate Accounting Program in the country
|Year of Establishment||1887|
|No. of Buildings||103|
|Student to Faculty Ratio||11:1|
|Average Class Size||23|
|Financial Aid and Scholarships||Available|
|Contact Information||(509) 313-7254
Gonzaga University Courses
Gonzaga University offers 16 undergraduate degrees in 49 majors and 58 minors, 24 master’s degrees, and 5 doctoral degrees. Academics of Gonzaga University are categorized in seven colleges:
- College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Business
- School of Education
- School of Engineering & Applied Science
- School of Nursing and Human Physiology
- School of Leadership Studies
- School of Law
Popular areas of study at Gonzaga University are business administration, mechanical engineering and psychology. Few of the most enrolled Undergraduate courses at Gonzaga University are B.Sc in Computer Engineering, B.A in International Studies, B.Sc in Nursing, B.A in Philosophy. Some of the popular PG courses at the university are:
|Master of Business Administration||$32,835|
|MA Communication and Leadership||$28,650|
|Master of Education [M.Ed] Special Education||$31,465|
Gonzaga University Campus and Accommodation
Located in Spokane, Gonzaga University campus is a mixture of classic buildings and new state-of-art facilities. Spokane, voted as one of the “Best Cities in the United States” by National Geographic Traveler magazine offers students the best facilities possible.
In terms of accommodation, incoming students have access to 15+ housing facilities categorised as
|Accommodation Type||Housing Facilities|
|Suite style Housing||Chardin House | Cushing House | Dillon Hall, Dooley House | Dussault Suites | Goller Hall|
|Traditional style Housing||Alliance House | Catherine Monica Hall | Coughlin Hall | Crimont Hall | DeSmet Hall | Lincoln House | Madonna Hall | Marian Hall | Roncalli House|
|Apartment style||Corkery Apartments | Burch Apartments | Kennedy Apartments | Sharp Apartments|
The University also offers off-campus apartments which are owned and rented by Gonzaga University and are only available to rent to Gonzaga students. Available for upper-division students
Gonzaga University Application Process
As an applicant for admission to Gonzaga University you are expected to be a graduate from a reputed high school or college.
How to apply?
Application Portal- Common Application
Application Fee- Waived for International Students
Admission Requirements for UG
- Cumulative GPA of 3.2
- IELTS score of 6.5 or TOEFL-ibT score of 80+
- Personal Statement and activity list
- Copy of Passport
- One Common Application Teacher Evaluation
Admission Requirements for PG
- Official transcripts
- Copy of Passport
- IELTS score of 6.5+ or TOEFL- iBT score of 80+
- Personal essay
Gonzaga University Cost of Attendance
For international students, the cost of attendance comprises tuition fees, room and board, transportation, and other living expenses. The estimated annual cost for international students attending Gonzaga University in 2021 is as follows:
Cost of Attendance for UG Students
|Books & Supplies||$1,212||$1,212|
|Room (Housing Allowance)||$6,922||$5,562|
Cost of Attendance for PG Students
|Category||School of Arts & Sciences||School of Education||School of Nursing & Human Physiology||School of Engineering||School of Business||School of Law (3-year)||School of Leadership Studies|
|Meals (in USD)||7,082||5,325||7,082||5,325||7,082||5,325||7,082|
|Books & Supplies (in USD)||1,612||1,212||1,612||1,212||1,612||1,212||1,612|
|Loan Fees (in USD)||923||923||923||923||923||1,339||923|
|Personal Expenses (in USD)||2,750||2,068||2,750||2,068||2,750||2,068||2,750|
|Required Fees (in USD)||429||320||429||320||429||165||429|
|Housing Allowance (in USD)||7,944||10,089||13,452||10,089||7,944||10,089||13,452|
|Transportation (in USD)||2,171||1,632||724||1,632||2,171||1,632||724|
|Tuition (in USD)||14,395||10,495||14,395||10,495||14,395||44,492||14,395|
Gonzaga University Financial Aid
International students are awarded a limited number of scholarships at Gonzaga University. While the majority of scholarships for graduate students are merit-based, those for undergraduate students are need-based.
- School of Law Scholarships offers funds of around 2 million USD to incoming students based on academic excellence, UG grades and LSAT scores.
- Gonzaga Leaders Scholarship: Awarded to students involved in service and volunteering work. Available for UG students, the scholarship program is worth 5,000 USD per year.
- Some of the other scholarship programs include Music Scholarships, Transfer Opportunities Scholarships, Business School PG scholarships.
International students seeking financial assistance to study in the USA can apply for external scholarship programs. For more information, click here
Gonzaga University Placement
Gonzaga University’s high job placement rate is due to our strong on-campus recruiting and faculty relationships with employers. Top Placement Firms connected to Gonzaga University are:
- Ernst & Young
- Moss Adams
- Grant Thornton
- Eide Bailly
Marketing, Product & Communications and IT & Software Development are the highest paying job sectors from Gonzaga University graduates with the average salary of $92,000 and $75,000 respecively.
Gonzaga University Alumni
Gonzaga University is recognized for having the “Best Alumni Network” by the Princeton Review. Additional benefits and discounts offered to the Alumni include:
- Alumni Association card to waive off the Foley Library registration fee.
- Discounts on various products available in the Zag Shop, Gonzaga’s official merchandise.
- Alumni Scholarships to the siblings, children or grandchildren of its alumni.
Some of the notable alumni for Gonzaga University are:
- Hon. Mary Fairhurst- Washington State Supreme Court Chief Justice
- Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto- First Latina member of U.S. Senate
- Carl Maxey- Civil rights leader
- Thomas Foley: Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
- Frank Burgess: Late federal judge and former Gonzaga basketball all-American
- Tony Canadeo: Late Professional Football Hall of Fame member
Gonzaga University has a tradition of providing strong academic programs, an enthusiastic and passionate campus community, and a welcoming environment for intercultural exchanges and enhancing educational experiences. The university accepts international students based on their academic performance, financial ability to pay for their academic programs, English Language Proficiency Scores that meet the criteria, and all legal documents to reside in the United States.
Ques. Will Gonzaga require the SAT or ACT for applicants?
Ans. SAT or ACT are not required for the students applying in 2021 and beyond.
Ques. Are international applicants required to have a TOEFL or an IELTS score?
Ans. Yes, International students are required to provide English proficiency exam scores that meet Gonzaga University’s admission requirement.
Ques. After I submit my application, how long will it take to receive an admissions decision?
Ans. Generally, the admissions committee can make a decision within 7-10 business days of receiving your application.
Ques. What is the acceptance rate of Gonzaga University?
Ans. Acceptance rate of Gonzaga University is 65.5%
Ques. What percentage of students receive financial scholarship/aid at Gonzaga University?
Ans. Gonzaga University provides financial aid to almost 98% of applicants.
Ques. How many full-time faculty members are there at Gonzaga University?
Ans. There are currently 466 full-time faculty members working at Gonzaga University.
Ques. What is Gonzaga University’s undergraduate student population?
Ans. There was enrollment of 5,222 undergraduate students in Gonzaga University this year.
Is Lincoln Memorial a good school? – Colors-NewYork.com
Is Lincoln Memorial a good school?
Lincoln Memorial University is ranked #227 in National Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.
Why is Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee?
Lincoln’s Footsteps: LMU was founded in 1897, three decades after President Lincoln’s death; he never saw the campus. However, it was founded to fulfill Lincoln’s wishes to thank the residents of East Tennessee for their support during the Civil War, and to create a university for them.
What college is in Harrogate TN?
Lincoln Memorial University
How much is Lincoln Memorial tuition?
22,740 USD (2019 – 20)
What GPA do you need to get into Lincoln Memorial University?
3.2 or higher
What is the tuition for LMU?
50,683 USD (2019 – 20)
How much does it cost to attend LMU for 4 years?
The undergraduate estimated tuition & fees for academic year 2021-2022 is $55,815…
How much is tuition at Gonzaga?
45,140 USD (2019 – 20)
Is Gonzaga expensive?
Gonzaga University Tuition & Financial Aid. Gonzaga University’s tuition is $44,920. Compared with the national average cost of tuition of $40,793, Gonzaga University is more expensive. The total cost is the sticker price, plus the cost of room and board, books and supplies, and transportation and personal expenses.
How much does it cost to go to Gonzaga University for 4 years?
You can check the college costs – COA, 4 Years Costs, and Interactive Tuition Chart for Gonzaga University…
How do you calculate cost of attendance?
A simple calculation for finding the true cost of attendance including inflation is: the total cost today x 1.05 = Year 2’s cost with inflation. Then you use that Year 2 cost to calculate Year 3’s cost with inflation, and so on.
How much is Baylor tuition?
47,364 USD (2019 – 20)
Does Gonzaga give good scholarships?
At Gonzaga, 98% of incoming students earn merit scholarships. These scholarships are “need-blind” (only based on the merit of the applicant, not family income), and awarded based on the application for admission, evaluating on the following factors: Grade point average (GPA)
How much is Gonzaga trustee scholarship?
How do I get a full ride to Gonzaga?
- Apply for this scholarship as an incoming, first-year student.
- Enroll at Gonzaga University.
- Demonstrate financial need indicated by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Maintain a cumulative GPA higher than 2.5 at Gonzaga.
How hard is it to get into Gonzaga University?
Gonzaga admissions is somewhat selective with an acceptance rate of 62%. Students that get into Gonzaga have an average SAT score between 1200-1360 or an average ACT score of 25-30. The regular admissions application deadline for Gonzaga is December 1.
Is Gonzaga test optional 2022?
Gonzaga University is “test optional”.
Can you get into Gonzaga with a 3.5 GPA?
If your high school GPA meets these requirements, there is a good chance you will be accepted as Gonzaga accepts 62% of students who apply….Typical High School Grades.
|High School GPA||Freshmen Within Range||Competitiveness|
|3. 50 to 3.75||25%||Avg –|
|3.25 to 3.50||18%||Reach|
|3.00 to 3.25||5%||Reach|
What GPA is required for Baylor?
What college has the highest acceptance rate?
Top Colleges With the Highest Acceptance Rates
|1||Bismarck State College||Bismarck, ND|
|2||College of Staten Island CUNY||Staten Island, NY|
|3||Cameron University||Lawton, OK|
|4||California State University-Bakersfield||Bakersfield, CA|
Gonzaga University (GU) Introduction and Academics
Founded in 1887, Gonzaga University got its start when the school’s founder bought 320 acres of land in Spokane, Washington for $936 in silver dollars. The school opened its doors as a college for young men who wanted to go into the priesthood and enrolled 18 male students. who received their schooling from Jesuit priests, in its first year of operation.
Today’s Gonzaga is a coeducation, private, four-year institution on a 131 acre campus on the banks of the Spokane River. The campus includes more than 105 buildings and continues to grow rapidly with new construction of a number of facilities. Enrollment is over 7,500 students, with the majority of those undergraduates.
The University’s educational philosophy is based on the Ignatian Jesuit model of educating the whole person – mind, body and spirit.
|Overall Score (about)||94.9|
|Total Cost On-Campus Attendance||$59,795|
|Admission Success rate||N/A|
|ACT / SAT 75%ile scores||30 / 1350|
|Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty||13 : 1|
|Retention (full-time / part-time)||94% / N/A|
|Enrollment Total (all students)||7,563|
There are eight colleges and schools, including seven for undergraduate students and the School of Law for graduate students. In addition to the School of Law, students can enroll in the College of Arts & Sciences, the English Language Center, Peace Corps Master’s International School, the School of Business Administration, the School of Education, the School of Engineering, and the School of Professional Studies.
Students can pursue a bachelor of arts honors degree or a bachelor of science honors degree (if they qualify to enroll in the university’s Honors Program), which feature a rigorous core curriculum. The honors degree is available in all majors that offer the B.A. and B.S. Students can also graduate with a general bachelor of arts degree, some with a teaching option.
Majors include art, biology, Catholic studies, chemistry and biochemistry, classical civilizations, communications arts, criminal justice, economics, English, environmental studies, history, international studies, mathematics, modern languages, music, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, religious studies, sociology, women’s and gender studies, and more.
The Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program is a four-year undergraduate concentration that prepares high-achieving students to create new business ventures that make a positive difference in society. The program’s unique components include a four-year immersion in entrepreneurship, and student career interests can be in any field or industry. Students receive an Entrepreneurial Leadership Concentration along with their major, and tuition is waived for more than 18 credits per semester.
Online education is also offered for students who want to take care of other responsibilities while continuing with their education. Students have the freedom to interact fully with classmates and professors, and have full 24/7 access to technical support.
The college also offers online master’s degrees in organizational leadership, communication and leadership studies, and science in nursing. Also offered is a Servant Leadership Development Program that is a certificate program with a focus on mind, body and spirit.
A wide variety of study abroad opportunities are available to its students, who also can earn credit and receive financial aid while participating. Year-long and semester programs include Gonzaga-in-Florence, which offers business, engineering and humanities courses; Australia, where students attend Erasmus University in Queensland; a semester political science program in the Netherlands; a semester at the University of Notre Dame in France; and an honors semester at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
Students can also study business for a year or semester at the Beijing Center in China, study sustainable development at Universitat Ramon Llull in Costa Rica, study business at English Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, and take classes in humanities and business in Japan.
Summer study abroad programs are offered in Australia, Turks and Caicos, England, Italy, Zambia and other countries.
GU was named one of 120 “Best in the West” colleges by Princeton Review on its 2010 Best Colleges website. The school also ranked as 12th best in the country for students who “play intramural sports,” and 13th for students who “pack the stadium.”
Well-known students who graduated from the school include former Speaker of the House Tim Foley and singer Bing Crosby.
Most Popular Fields of Study
Gonzaga expects its applicants to have completed a minimum of four years of high school English, three to four years of math, three years of history or social studies, two to three years of the same foreign language, and three to four years of natural or physical laboratory science. Guidelines for admissions include a grade point average of at least a 3.1, a minimum SAT combined score of 1070, or an ACT composite score of at least 23.
Other factors considered in student applications include curriculum and school attended, grade trends, college essay, high school activities and honors, and student character.
With the school’s Running Start program, high school students who have taken college courses can seek credit transfers on a course-by-course basis, and will consider awarding credit for individual AP subject exams taken by incoming freshmen. The university also grants college credit for scores of five or better on higher level International Baccalaureate exams.
If you’d like to visit and have already been accepted, you can try Gonzaga Experience Live, also called “GEL Weekend,” an annual preview event for high school seniors. The weekend offers prospective students the opportunity to experience Gonzaga’s academic programs and campus climate. Participating students spend a night in residence halls with student hosts. There is also a parent program.
You can also schedule a personalized visit to the university, which needs to be reserved in advance.
Preview days allow prospective students to spend 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on campus, getting to know the admissions staff, current students, and faculty members. There are seven to eight preview days offered each year and are available in the fall, winter and spring. Preview days include a breakfast with speakers, an interactive student panel discussion, a financial aid session for parents and family members, a campus tour with school ambassadors, a catered lunch, and an academic information session in the student’s area of academic interest.
All students who apply for admission are considered automatically for several merit scholarships. For freshman who qualify, scholarships range from $2,500 to $14,000 per year and are guaranteed for all four years for students who maintain good academic standing. Criteria for the merit scholarships include high school grade point average, SAT or ACT scores, extracurricular activities, recommendations, application essay, and difficulty of high school curriculum.
National Merit Finalists who name Gonzaga as their first choice college can qualify for the university’s National Merit Award, which is $6,250 per year for all four years. In addition, students who participate in Girls State or Boys State can qualify for the organization’s scholarships of $500. Four students are chosen from the states of Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
12 of its own institutional scholarships are offered, including the Joseph M. Cataldo S.J. Scholarships of $5,000, the Charlotte Y. Martin Scholarships of $5,000, and the Ignation Leaders Scholarships of $5,000.
The university’s on-campus work-study program is available to all eligible freshmen and non-Washington State residents in a variety of campus departments. The award is based on financial need as determined by the student’s federal Free Application for Student Assistance (FAFSA)form.
Student Financial Aid Details
GU’s undergraduate students live in 23 different residence halls, including suite-style halls, apartments, and traditional style halls with community hallway bathrooms. Suite-style halls offer two- or three-bedroom double units with a shared bathroom. They are coeducational by suite, and include Chardin House, Cushing House, Dillon Hall, Dooley Hall, Goller Hall, and Twohy Hall.
Traditional residence halls, most popular with the university’s freshmen, feature double rooms with a central corridor and a bathroom that serves each floor. They include Alliance House, Lincoln House and Welch Hall, all for female students; Campion House, Desmet Hall, and Roncalli House, all for male students; and the coed dorms Catherine/Monica Hall, Coughlin Hall, Crimont Hall, Madonna Hall, and River Inn Hall.
Juniors and seniors get the opportunity to live in apartment communities that feature a living room, bathroom, kitchens and either two double bedrooms or three double bedrooms. All of the apartment residence halls offer furnishings, campus Internet network access, cable TV and phone service. Some also feature community spaces and laundry facilities.
A number of themed interest communities also exist in the residence halls on campus. For example, Community and Leadership, Mind, Body and Spirit, and Global Engagement communities live in Coughlin Hall, an engineering community lives in Goller Hall, and an Outdoor Adventure and Leadership community lives in Marian Hall.
Students get a myriad of dining choices, although most restaurants and eateries on the campus are run by the same company, Sodexo. The main dining hall on campus is The Marketplace, which offers a variety of all-you-can-eat options including made-to-order deli sandwiches, a salad bar, The Grill, desserts, an international foods station and the Pizza-rette. Entrees for vegetarians and vegans are available daily.
At different locations around the campus, students can also dine at a variety of small restaurants, including Spike’s, a 24-hour restaurant that offers diner fare and is named after the Gonzaga mascot. There’s also Freshens Smoothie Company, Sub Connection, Jazzman’s Café coffee house at Cataldo Hall, Panda Express Chinese restaurant,
Duff’s Bistro at the Kennedy apartments, Tilford Cafe espresso bar, and Barney’s Cafe, which offers to-go meals. There’s also pizza delivery right on campus for those long nights of studying.
There are plenty of concession stands at the athletic facilities as well.
More than 95 student clubs and organizations exist on campus, supported by the Office of Student Activities. Organizations range from the Bulldog Investment Group for students who like to learn about investing, to the Bomb Squad, a hip hop dance troupe, to the Ski and Snowboard Club. There’s a film club, a cycling club, a Chinese club, a paintball club and a pep band.
For diverse cultures, the university has added the Unity Multicultural Education Center, where the staff holds events, presentations and activities that educate the campus about diversity both on the campus and in the world.
The Center for Community Action and Service-Learning coordinates service-learning courses and manages volunteer and outreach programs. The Center’s programs provide students an opportunity to serve local and global communities, develop leadership skills, and engage in the Jesuit practice of reflection to grow from the experiences.
Student Enrollment Demographics
Student Graduation Demographics
The GU Bulldogs, also known by the alternative nickname of the Zags, compete in NCAA Division 1 and the West Coast Conference. Varsity teams include men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and field, and volleyball. There is no football program, which was eliminated in 1941.
The Princeton Review has recognized the school for the popularity of its intramural sports program. Over 20 intramural sports are offered including basketball, soccer, flag football, softball and volleyball; over 70 percent of students participate in intramurals.
The basketball program’s McCarthey Athletic Center, a 6,000-seat stadium, was completed for $25 million in November 2004. Volleyball games take place at the Charlotte Y. Martin Centre, which seats 2,000, and the new Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field is a state-of-the-art lighted facility.
For rowing athletes, the Harry A. Green Indoor Rowing Facility provides state-of-the-art practice facilities and the Charlotte Y. Martin Boathouse on the Spokane River can be privately accessed by the team. The team has 6,800 meters of undisturbed water on the river for practice, in an area where there is no other water traffic.
The school boasts an indoor golf and tennis facility, which includes a golf practice area and six tennis courts. It also features men’s and women’s locker rooms. Mulligan Field is the home of the school’s intramural sports, club sports (rugby, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee and soccer), outdoor physical education classes and general recreation.
Athletically conscious students can work out at the Kermit Rudolf Fitness Center, located at the Martin Centre. The facility has basketball, volleyball, and racquetball courts, strength and cardiovascular equipment, fitness studios, a six-lane swimming pool, and an indoor running track.
|Agnes Scott College||$46,228||$13,572|
|Alabama State University||$20,733||$6,292|
|Albany College of Pharmacy||$38,579||$11,488|
|Albertus Magnus College||$35,786||$15,043|
|American International College||$39,749||$15,246|
|Anna Maria College||$40,997||$15,964|
|Arizona State University||$31,824||$14,050|
|Ave Maria University||$22,728||$12,470|
|Azusa Pacific University||$43,066||$9,674|
|Bay Path University||$37,212||$13,311|
|Berklee College of Music||$49,275||$19,386|
|Bob Jones University||$21,528||$8,216|
|Boston Architectural College||$22,718|
|Boston Conservatory at Berklee||$48,183||$19,386|
|Bridgewater State University||$11,161||$17,547||$13,832|
|Brigham Young University||$12,480||$8,120|
|Bryn Mawr College||$56,228||$17,784|
|California Institute of the Arts||$55,605||$13,321|
|California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo||$27,010||$16,333|
|Carnegie Mellon University||$61,281||$16,172|
|Case Western Reserve University||$55,066||$16,723|
|Castleton State College||$14,047||$31,694||$12,162|
|Catholic University of America||$51,642||$16,505|
|Central Connecticut State University||$11,920||$25,861||$12,374|
|Chaminade University of Honolulu||$27,991||$15,979|
|Claremont McKenna College||$58,438||$17,992|
|Clark Atlanta University||$21,206||$10,105|
|Coastal Carolina University||$28,755||$9,662|
|College of Charleston||$34,604||$11,804|
|College of Mount Saint Vincent||$42,619||$12,480|
|College of New Jersey||$27,712||$14,889|
|College of Saint Rose||$35,728||$13,684|
|College of the Atlantic||$45,284||$10,137|
|College of the Holy Cross||$56,961||$16,182|
|College of William and Mary||$48,728||$13,890|
|College of Wooster||$56,160||$13,260|
|Colorado School of Mines||$40,955||$15,309|
|Colorado State University||$32,980||$12,938|
|Columbia College (Chicago)||$29,906||$17,114|
|Columbus College of Art and Design||$39,177||$14,123|
|Concordia College New York||$37,440||$14,542|
|Culinary Institute of America||$34,965||$12,761|
|Delaware State University||$19,011||$12,603|
|Delaware Valley College||$42,245||$16,284|
|East Carolina University||$24,457||$10,541|
|Eastern Connecticut State University||$12,796||$26,736||$15,011|
|Eastern Kentucky University||$20,673||$10,580|
|Eastern Nazarene College||$28,030||$10,384|
|Eastern Washington University||$26,720||$13,547|
|Embry Riddle Aeronautical University||$39,639||$12,906|
|Fairleigh Dickinson University-Teaneck||$44,778||$14,389|
|Fashion Institute of Technology||$23,208||$21,190|
|Fitchburg State University||$10,988||$17,311||$12,503|
|Florida Atlantic University||$20,268||$12,511|
|Florida Gulf Coast University||$26,167||$10,059|
|Florida Institute of Technology||$40,134||$12,667|
|Florida Southern College||$40,539||$12,486|
|Florida State University||$19,548||$11,532|
|Framingham State University||$11,835||$18,158||$13,562|
|Franciscan University of Steubenville||$31,564||$9,225|
|Franklin and Marshall College||$63,712||$15,028|
|Franklin Pierce University||$42,307||$15,032|
|George Mason University||$37,933||$12,574|
|George Washington University||$60,986||$15,299|
|Georgia Institute of Technology||$35,323||$12,736|
|Georgia State University||$25,124||$13,915|
|Grove City College||$19,687||$10,722|
|High Point University||$39,603||$16,056|
|Hobart and William Smith Colleges||$60,996||$15,694|
|Illinois Institute of Technology||$52,510||$15,941|
|Indiana University Pennsylvania||$19,629||$11,762|
|James Madison University||$30,647||$11,319|
|John Brown University||$29,420||$10,371|
|Johns Hopkins University||$59,290||$17,472|
|Johnson & Wales University, Denver||$35,751||$15,488|
|Johnson & Wales University, Providence||$35,751||$18,377|
|Kansas State University, Manhattan||$28,742||$10,504|
|Keene State College||$15,224||$25,324||$13,732|
|Kent State University||$21,282||$12,567|
|La Salle University||$33,722||$14,134|
|Lake Forest College||$51,554||$11,392|
|Lancaster Bible College||$28,486||$10,036|
|Lebanon Valley College||$47,871||$13,000|
|Lewis & Clark College||$57,400||$13,710|
|Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus||$40,701||$15,251|
|Long Island University, Brookville (LIU Post)||$40,701||$15,251|
|Louisiana State University||$29,785||$12,661|
|Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles||$54,498||$16,172|
|Loyola University, Chicago||$47,902||$16,016|
|Loyola University, Maryland||$53,144||$17,181|
|Loyola University, New Orleans||$43,709||$14,088|
|Maine College of Art||$39,083||$13,281|
|Maine Maritime Academy||$24,829||$39,784||$11,149|
|Maryland Institute College of Art||$52,343||$16,515|
|Marymount Manhattan College||$38,906||$13,728|
|Mass College of Pharmacy & HS||$36,036||$18,231|
|Massachusetts College of Art and Design||$14,768||$41,392||$15,392|
|Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts||$12,043||$12,579||$12,636|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||$55,942||$17,046|
|Massachusetts Maritime Academy||$10,727||$26,451||$13,886|
|Mercy College, NY||$21,193||$14,976|
|Michigan State University||$15,105||$41,423||$10,943|
|Middle Georgia State University||$14,483||$9,516|
|Midwestern State University||$12,216||$9,884|
|Mississippi State University||$24,908||$10,853|
|Montserrat College of Art||$36,712||$11,232|
|Morrisville State College||$19,421||$14,768|
|Mount Holyoke College||$56,803||$16,661|
|National Technical Institute for the Deaf – RIT||$19,230||$14,535|
|Nazareth College of Rochester||$37,970||$15,038|
|New England College||$41,234||$16,713|
|New England Conservatory of Music||$55,141||$17,742|
|New England Institute of Technology||$31,200||$14,914|
|New England School of Communications||$20,563||$11,057|
|New York University||$57,075||$20,014|
|Norfolk State University||$22,412||$11,403|
|North Carolina A & T||$20,973||$8,381|
|North Carolina State University||$30,388||$12,065|
|Northern Arizona University||$27,708||$11,550|
|Northern Vermont University, Johnson||$13,316||$27,968||$12,162|
|Northern Vermont University, Lyndon||$13,316||$27,968||$12,162|
|Northpoint Bible College||$12,752||$10,686|
|Nova Southeastern University||$34,871||$17,435|
|Ohio Northern University||$35,818||$12,896|
|Ohio State University||$34,842||$13,547|
|Ohio Wesleyan University||$49,015||$13,204|
|Oxford College of Emory University||$55,193||$15,852|
|Palm Beach Atlantic University||$34,195||$13,131|
|Patrick Henry College||$29,536||$11,461|
|Paul Smith’s College||$31,366||$15,309|
|Pennsylvania State University, University Park||$37,423||$12,811|
|Pine Manor College||$32,926||$14,383|
|Plymouth State University||$15,072||$24,858||$12,043|
|Point Park University||$35,568||$13,187|
|Prairie View A & M||$27,454||$9,192|
|Purdue University, West Lafayette||$29,946||$10,431|
|Ramapo College of New Jersey||$25,682||$15,496|
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||$59,292||$16,592|
|Rhode Island College||$10,670||$15,264||$13,166|
|Rhode Island School of Design||$57,086||$15,007|
|Robert Morris University, PA||$33,698||$12,553|
|Roberts Wesleyan College||$35,152||$11,554|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||$53,290||$12,777|
|Roger Williams University||$39,805||$16,326|
|Russell Sage College||$34,580||$13,593|
|Rutgers University, Camden||$32,925||$14,737|
|Rutgers University, New Brunswick||$33,477||$13,598|
|Rutgers University, Newark||$32,872||$14,486|
|Sacred Heart University||$46,124||$17,152|
|Sage College of Albany||$34,268||$13,593|
|Saint Anselm College||$44,554||$15,725|
|Saint Francis University||$40,277||$13,607|
|Saint Joseph’s College, ME||$40,373||$15,080|
|Saint Joseph’s University, PA||$50,144||$15,099|
|Saint Lawrence University||$61,090||$15,756|
|Saint Leo University||$25,626||$14,040|
|Saint Louis University||$49,009||$12,482|
|Saint Michael’s College||$50,102||$14,144|
|Saint Peter’s University||$40,310||$16,952|
|Salem State University||$11,675||$18,480||$13,811|
|Salve Regina University||$46,093||$16,016|
|Santa Clara University||$55,118||$16,611|
|Sarah Lawrence College||$59,821||$16,453|
|Savannah College of Art and Design||$39,598||$15,870|
|School of the Art Institute of Chicago||$55,286||$16,248|
|School of the Museum of Fine Arts||$63,296||$16,255|
|School of Visual Arts, NYC||$45,136||$18,928|
|Seattle Pacific University||$49,134||$13,194|
|Seton Hall University||$45,895||$19,015|
|Seton Hill University||$39,464||$13,582|
|Sierra Nevada College||$36,928||$14,378|
|Simon’s Rock College of Bard||$60,786||$16,538|
|Southern Adventist University||$23,847||$7,665|
|Southern Connecticut State University||$12,274||$26,214||$14,211|
|Southern New Hampshire University||$18,175||$12,688|
|St. Bonaventure University||$38,459||$14,633|
|St. Edward’s University||$51,039||$13,861|
|St. John’s University, New York||$44,886||$18,689|
|St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn||$30,358||$16,352|
|St. Joseph’s University, PA||$50,196||$15,434|
|St. Mary’s College of Maryland||$32,448||$14,139|
|St. Olaf College||$53,508||$12,126|
|Stevens Institute of Technology||$58,065||$16,894|
|Suny Polytechnic Institute||$19,211||$14,587|
|SUNY, Stony Brook||$28,047||$13,164|
|Sweet Briar College||$23,608||$14,040|
|The King’s College||$39,198||$14,976|
|The New School||$51,195||$26,499|
|The University of the Arts||$48,391||$18,335|
|Thomas Jefferson University||$42,966||$14,287|
|Tisch School of the Arts||$62,693||$20,014|
|University at Buffalo||$29,378||$15,634|
|University of Alabama||$32,292||$14,362|
|University of Arizona||$38,064||$13,884|
|University of Bridgeport||$37,190||$17,004|
|University of California, Davis||$46,125||$17,157|
|University of California, Los Angeles||$44,713||$18,303|
|University of California, San Diego||$46,210||$14,299|
|University of California, Santa Barbara||$45,911||$15,641|
|University of Central Florida||$21,819||$10,712|
|University of Chicago||$61,670||$17,684|
|University of Cincinati||$28,571||$12,349|
|University of Colorado, Boulder||$39,815||$15,829|
|University of Connecticut Avery Point||$15,825||$39,399|
|University of Connecticut Hartford||$15,822||$40,340|
|University of Connecticut Stamford||$15,866||$39,441||$10,976|
|University of Connecticut Storrs||$18,547||$42,122||$13,788|
|University of Delaware||$37,523||$14,011|
|University of Denver||$57,012||$15,261|
|University of Detroit Mercy||$30,744||$10,425|
|University of Dubuque||$37,045||$10,618|
|University of Findlay||$36,581||$10,908|
|University of Florida||$29,804||$11,014|
|University of Georgia||$32,365||$10,741|
|University of Hartford||$41,855||$13,728|
|University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign||$35,684||$12,742|
|University of Iowa||$33,065||$12,054|
|University of Kentucky||$32,546||$14,132|
|University of Louisville||$29,648||$9,947|
|University of Lynchburg||$34,840||$12,990|
|University of Maine at Farmington||$10,554||$22,435||$10,091|
|University of Maine at Fort Kent||$13,400||$8,190|
|University of Maine at Machias||$8,582||$16,226||$9,972|
|University of Maine, Orono||$12,214||$33,835||$11,737|
|University of Maine, Presque Isle||$8,928||$13,515||$8,179|
|University of Mary Washington||$31,200||$10,801|
|University of Maryland, Baltimore County||$26,056||$13,121|
|University of Maryland, College Park||$38,366||$13,389|
|University of Massachusetts, Amherst||$17,097||$37,884||$14,496|
|University of Massachusetts, Boston||$15,264||$36,545||$16,370|
|University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth||$14,984||$31,359||$15,303|
|University of Massachusetts, Lowell||$16,180||$34,855||$16,162|
|University of Miami||$55,829||$16,089|
|University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||$54,357||$12,515|
|University of Mississippi||$26,094||$11,163|
|University of Missouri Columbia||$31,687||$11,095|
|University of New England||$40,300||$14,986|
|University of New Hampshire||$19,696||$37,729||$13,026|
|University of New Hampshire, Manchester||$16,409||$34,412||$11,866|
|University of New Haven||$43,320||$18,069|
|University of New Mexico||$25,480||$10,672|
|University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill||$37,382||$12,210|
|University of North Carolina, Greensboro||$23,468||$9,800|
|University of North Carolina, Wilmington||$22,096||$11,800|
|University of Notre Dame||$60,007||$16,623|
|University of Oregon||$40,881||$13,294|
|University of Pennsylvania||$62,444||$17,455|
|University of Pittsburgh||$35,096||$13,728|
|University of Redlands||$54,600||$15,714|
|University of Rhode Island, Kingston||$15,604||$33,881||$13,522|
|University of Richmond||$59,134||$13,967|
|University of Rochester||$60,536||$17,896|
|University of Saint Joseph, CT||$43,509||$12,732|
|University of Saint Thomas, MN||$49,278||$12,147|
|University of San Diego||$55,363||$15,762|
|University of San Francisco||$52,293||$16,026|
|University of Scranton||$48,967||$16,272|
|University of South Carolina, Columbia||$35,285||$12,932|
|University of Southern California||$62,686||$16,054|
|University of Southern Maine||$10,577||$25,584||$10,639|
|University of Tampa||$32,119||$12,156|
|University of Texas, Arlington||$29,640||$10,785|
|University of Texas, Austin||$39,270||$12,777|
|University of Utah||$31,196||$12,318|
|University of Valley Forge||$23,121||$9,495|
|University of Vermont||$19,824||$45,708||$13,888|
|University of Virginia||$53,907||$12,844|
|University of Washington||$41,039||$14,442|
|University of Wisconsin, Madison||$41,702||$13,208|
|Vermont Technical College||$17,130||$31,082||$12,162|
|Virginia Commonwealth University||$37,490||$11,964|
|Virginia Military Institute||$49,109||$10,462|
|Virginia Polytechnic Institute||$35,152||$10,286|
|Virginia State University||$21,745||$12,006|
|Wake Forest University||$60,070||$16,141|
|Warren Wilson College||$39,884||$12,220|
|Washington & Jefferson College||$52,200||$13,803|
|Washington State University||$28,096||$11,567|
|Wentworth Institute of Technology||$38,033||$17,118|
|West Chester University||$21,055||$10,999|
|West Virginia University||$26,333||$11,338|
|Western Connecticut State University||$12,252||$26,192||$14,431|
|Western New England University||$40,785||$14,816|
|Westfield State University||$11,585||$17,908||$11,975|
|Westminster College (PA)||$39,182||$12,012|
|Westminster College, Salt Lake City||$39,478||$10,610|
|Wheaton College, Illinois||$40,664||$11,326|
|Wheaton College, Norton||$58,621||$14,953|
|Winston-Salem State University||$16,797||$11,646|
|Worcester Polytechnic Institute||$58,205||$16,779|
|Worcester State University||$11,009||$17,333||$13,647|
|Xavier University of Louisiana||$25,392||$13,578|
|Xavier University, Ohio||$44,158||$14,258|
|York College of Pennsylvania||$22,568||$13,634|
Gonzaga University: programs, faculties, cost
About the University
12% international students
average class size – 22 people
the ratio of teachers and students – 1:11
Gonzaga University is a leading private liberal arts university in the United States.
87% of faculty members hold doctorates or higher degrees in their discipline.
Students can study abroad on the university campus in Florence, as well as in other international programs in Australia, England, France, Japan, Spain.
The University pays great attention to issues of social equality and service to society. The university offers about 50 volunteer programs, in which 55% of students participate. Gonzaga University ranks first in the country for the number of graduates who volunteered for the Peace Corps.
The university regularly organizes job fairs and corporate excursions. Companies recently visited by students include Nike, the New York Stock Exchange, Google and Hewlett Packard.
Notable alumni from Gonzaga University include former House Speaker Tom Foley, former Washington State Governor Christine Gregoire, basketball player and Hall of Famer John Stockton, world-class climber Jim Wickwire, singer and actor Bing Crosby.
What to Learn
Strong university programs are engineering, nursing, business, accounting, biology, psychology, social sciences.
Gonzaga University’s business programs are in the top 100 in the United States. The university operates the New Venture Lab, which collaborates with local entrepreneurs. Students work on projects for companies: they draw up business plans, conduct market research, help develop a new product, and so on. It helps to gain work experience and develop business skills.
Students who study biology can add a research focus to their degree.
The Psychology program has several specializations including child psychology and clinical research.
Ratings & Awards
# 80 on the list of the best universities in the USA (U.S. News & World Report, 2021)
# 18 Best Universities for Quality Undergraduate Studies (U.S. News & World Report, 2021)
# 23 on the list of Best Bachelor of Engineering Programs (U. S. News & World Report, 2021)
# 15 Best Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Civil Engineering (U.S. News & World Report, 2021)
# 26 on the List of Best Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Mechanical Engineering (U.S. News & World Report, 2021)
# 25 on the list of the best master’s programs in accounting (U.S. News & World Report, 2021)
# 27 on the List of Best Undergraduate Programs in Accounting (U.S. News & World Report, 2021)
# 23 Best Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Finance (U.S. News & World Report, 2021)
The university has a Career Accelerator Program for preparing for a future career.Students meet industry professionals, work on projects, learn interviews, write motivation letters, and more.
On average, 85% of graduates find work. In 2019, 95% were employed or continued their studies in their specialty.
The university is located on the Pacific Northwest coast. This region is home to the headquarters of major technology companies. University graduates work for Google, Amazon, Deloitte, Nordstrom, Boeing, Microsoft, Facebook, Nike, Starbucks, Airbnb.
The average salary for students after graduation is $ 63,853 per year.
Gonzaga University offers international students 75 undergraduate programs in seven departments:
College of Arts and Sciences
School of Business
School of Education
School of Engineering & Applied Science
School of Nursing and Human Physiology
School of Leadership Studies
School of Law
International students of all directions in the first year of the bachelor’s degree study in the integrated year program.
The Integrated Year is a model for the smooth immersion of an international student in the American system of learning. In addition to the standard first-year program, it includes additional academic support, personal career counseling, cultural and social adaptation, and extracurricular activities.
The first year program for international students is designed for 2-3 semesters. During this time, students can earn a standard 30 credits.After the end of the program, students move on to the second year.
The curriculum includes:
English Composition course – Academic writing and research skills.
Math course – mathematics courses of varying complexity, depending on the level of the student.
Science course + Lab – courses in natural sciences (depending on specialization) and laboratory exercises.
Elective courses – elective courses in the humanities.
The program is adjusted for each student. If the language level does not allow you to study academic disciplines in 2 semesters, you can take an extended course for 3 semesters with the same set of subjects, but an increased number of English lessons.
Personal tutors work with students.They help you choose courses, schedule, and understand university resources for research. Also for freshmen, seminars are organized on the development of critical thinking, time management, communication and others.
For students who need to improve their English level, additional classes with tutors are provided.
Foreigners are helped to get used to the university and the country.For example, students are provided with free trips to the cinema, rafting on the river, and registered in hobby clubs.
Experts will solve any everyday issues – they will meet you at the airport, conduct a tour of the campus, teach you how to use public transport, tell you how to get a local SIM card and open a bank account; will be there if you have any health problems. You can ask for help at any time.
Applicants who do not meet the entrance requirements for English can take a preparation program.The course is designed for 1 or 2 semesters, depending on the entry level.
Admission requirements *
* Requirements may vary depending on the chosen program and direction.
502 E Boone Ave, Spokane, WA 99258
Gonzaga University is located in Spokane, the second largest city in Washington state.The campus is located on the banks of the river, a short walk from the center.
Spokane is a large, bustling city with plenty of outdoor activities, including 33 golf courses, 5 ski resorts and 76 lakes.
First and second year students can choose from several accommodation options: double rooms with a shared bathroom on the floor or single studios in a campus residence. Seniors can live in suites with bathroom and kitchen on campus or off campus. The university has 3 residential complexes and 12 houses, which are located near the campus.
The cost of accommodation and meals depends on the type of accommodation: from $ 12,332 per year. You can check the current prices and options with our specialists.
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Programs and cost (2021) *
* The price may vary depending on the chosen program and direction.Accommodation, meals and insurance are paid additionally. Successful students can apply for scholarships (check with our consultants for details).
How to proceed
- Leave a request on the website or call us.
- We will discuss your goals and background, and then select the appropriate program.
- Our specialists will help you translate, arrange and submit documents to the university. Typically, the application includes an Application Form, CV, recommendation, letter of motivation, TOEFL or language test results.
- As soon as the university confirms the enrollment and sends the I-20 form, we will apply for a student visa and prepare you for the interview with the consul.
- We organize flights and transfers.On campus, you will be met by a support service for international students, which will help you adapt, make a schedule and solve everyday issues.
How to select a program
If you are still choosing a specialty that you want to study in America, or are comparing several specific programs, we can conduct a career guidance session with you.
Our experts are National Career Development Association (NCDA) Certified Representatives. It is the national organization of the United States that accumulates official data on the world labor market and trains career consultants.
IQ Consultancy specialists completed a career counseling program that includes 17 thematic blocks, more than 120 hours of training led by international professionals and more than 4000 materials and resources.
Setting the target
- 1 consultation
Suitable for you if you have already decided who you want to work, but do not know how promising the chosen specialty is in America.
For example, you are planning a career in the film industry and are choosing between the profession of a cameraman and a producer.You need to find out which of the two specialties is more in demand and better paid, what education you need to get and how easy it will be to find a good job in the USA.
Following the meeting, you will learn:
- complete information about the chosen specialty;
- how many jobs exist now and how many there will be when you start your career;
- what salary you can count on;
- what kind of education you need to get for this and how long it will take;
- in which US universities are best to receive this specialty.
We will also provide a comparative analysis of two professions within the chosen specialty (if you have several options).
Option 2. Goal setting + planning
- 4 consultations
Suitable for you if you do not know what you want to do in the future.
For example, you are in high school and plan to go to a US university.You have to choose a future profession, but you do not have special talents or pronounced inclinations. Parents advise studying finance because it is promising, but you have no interest in this area. You want to know who to be.
Based on the results of the work, you will learn:
- What is your personality type and what spheres of activity suit you;
- what specialty suits you and where you can get it;
- how to achieve professional goals and how long it will take.
How we can help you make your choice
- Determine the personality type . With the help of special testing, we will find out how you interact with family and friends, what your desires, hobbies and habits are, what your character and other personal qualities are.
- We will identify your strengths and weaknesses , we will find out what motivates you. A person who cares about freedom of decision-making and creativity will not be able to succeed in a profession that requires strict regulations.
- Competency area is where you can perform best. For example, this can be public speaking, critical thinking, problem solving, organizational skills, and so on.
- Let’s make a list of professions suitable for you . The list will include about 100 specialties that require exactly those qualities, skills and abilities that are inherent in you. For each profession, we will make a detailed description indicating the tasks that you will need to solve every day, the knowledge and skills that you will need.
- Let’s compile a shortlist of professions . Together with you, we will analyze all options and focus on several specialties. This will be our starting point for selecting a university.
- Choose 3 universities .Taking into account all the data, we will compile a list of three universities where the program is best taught and provides the best conditions for realizing your abilities.
- We will issue the documents and submit an application , prepare for the entrance examinations.
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We invite you to travel to Central Italy.Excursions and walks in Mantua, Bologna, Florence, Rimini, Comachio, San Marino are waiting for you.
Italian Capriccio – rest in Central Italy
Day 1. Tel Aviv – Mantua – Great Gonzaga
We arrive in Italy – the country that gave the world ancient architecture, Caesar and Cato, Virgil and Horace, the Renaissance, Vivaldi’s music and masterpieces of world painting. We begin our journey with a visit to Mantua, which for centuries was the residence of the great dynasty of dukes of the city of Gonzaga, who created in the most luxurious and educated courtyards of Europe during the Renaissance.Magnificent squares, majestic palaces, the Cathedral, in which great masters worked, allows Mantua to rightfully be on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After the tour, you should have a rest, and this can be done perfectly in the wonderful place of Borghetto, where trees hanging over the Mincio River, watermills and cozy cafes where you can drink a glass of Italian prosecco and admire the lake surface. In the evening, check into a hotel (Emilia Romagna region).
Day 2.Bologna – Alma Mater of Science
Today you will meet with Bologna. If the Roman Empire endowed Venice with a talent for commerce and shipbuilding, then it gave Bologna knowledge of laws. The greatest law school in Europe is located here, and the first travel writers claimed that Bologna became famous for its lutes, sausages and small ladies’ dogs, therefore it received three common names – “Fatty”, “Scientist”, “Tower”, and it will help you to make sure of this excursion, during which you will see the building of the university, famous since ancient times, the famous arcades and towers, the Basilica of St. Petronia, and stroll through the narrow streets of the market, where the abundance of local dishes amazes even the most sophisticated gourmets. In the evening, those who wish can visit one of the restaurants, where you can not only taste local delicacies, but also take a culinary course on making the famous tagliatelle.
Day 3. Ravenna-Secret splendor of Byzantium
Today you will visit the ancient capital of the Roman Empire, the city for which the Goths and Longobards fought at different times, the city of kings and emperors who rest here in their tombs.George Byron, Oscar Wilde and Alexander Blok dedicated their poetry to Ravenna. Here the great Dante Allighieri finished his life, and at one time began a victorious march, crossing the Rubicon Gaius Julius Caesar. During the excursion you will visit the magnificent mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Basilica of San Vitale, the tomb of Dante. After the end of the excursion, you will taste local cuisine in restaurants on the main square of Piazza del Popolo and then head to Brisigella – a unique, beautiful, medieval town with a castle, sanctuary of Monticino, and a clock tower overlooking the historic center. (FULL DAY EXCURSION FOR WISHING).
Day 4. Florence – under the canopy of the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore.
This day is dedicated to Florence – the birthplace of the Renaissance. Florence is the Tuscan crown, in which, like unique diamonds, the talents of the great geniuses of the Renaissance sparkle. We will walk along the Cathedral Square and the old bridge, admire the Gates of Paradise and the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Piazza della Signoria and its masterpieces. We will see magnificent palaces and imbued with the Florentine phenomenon of admiration for art, born of the family of the rulers of the city – the Medici, who ruled not only Florence, not only papal Rome, but also royal Paris.After the end of the excursion, those who wish can visit one of the famous museums in Florence, where the works of the great masters of Western European painting are located.
Day 5. Modena – Parma – “Parma monastery”
Today you will devote to Modena, the former capital of the Duchy of D’Este, where during the tour you will see beautiful examples of Romanesque architecture, ducal palaces, the main square, the Cathedral and the Synagogue. The history of Modena is inextricably linked not only with the D’Este dukes, but also with the history of the Italian diaspora.Then, those who wish can visit the Balsamic Vinegar Museum and the factory where the famous Parmesan cheese is produced. Modena is a gourmet city. The final chord of your trip will be a visit to Parma, a beautiful old Italian city with many interesting architectural sights. You will see the Farnese Palace, the Cathedral with magnificent frescoes of Correggio, the baptistery and the central square. In your free time, tables of Parma cafes are waiting for you, where you can simply relax with a glass of local wine after a great day (a full day excursion for those who wish).
DAY 6. Rimini and San Marino – Monte Titano
Today Rimini, the birthplace of Federico Fellini, and one of the most beautiful places on the Adriatic coast awaits you. It is a mistake to think that this is a city of only sea and entertainment, the streets and squares of Rimini are in fact the “guardians” of many historical treasures. You will see the fortress and temple of Malatesta, the amphitheater, the Arch of Emperor Augustus, at the end of the excursion you will go to the state of San Marino, located on the slope of Monte Titano, where you can admire the magnificent panorama and buy traditional souvenirs of this smallest country in the world.
“Everything that is minute, everything that is perishable,
You buried in the centuries.
You sleep like a baby, Ravenna,
In the hands of sleepy eternity. “
Day 7. Ferrara-Comachio-Renaissance Splendor
Today you will visit the magnificent Ferrara. For a long time this city was the residence of the famous dukes D Este, here at different times Copernicus, Paracelsus, Petrarch, Titian and Mantegna studied and worked, Lucrezia Borgia shone, and the monk Girolomo Savanarolla was preparing for a spiritual career.The city is a unique gem of Renaissance architecture, and during the tour you will see the Cathedral, the Diamond Palace, the Castle of D Este, and of course the Jewish quarter where Hana Nasi, the author of the tanakh in Ladino, lived in the 16th century, then you will go to Komakyo, an amazing a town spread over 13 islands and reminiscent of a small Venice, where you walk along the canals, and in your free time you can taste fried eels, a local delicacy. Our journey is coming to an end, we are waiting for the airport and flight to Tel Aviv, but this is not the last meeting with Italy, so we say “Arrivederci” and fly away, forever leaving a piece of our heart in this beautiful country.
* The route may change.
Where to visit in Spokane close to our hotel Holiday Inn Express Spokane-Downtown
Location: 3.3 MI / 5.31 KM North
Available: Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Phone number: 1-509-3289009
One of Spokane’s finest! With a great view of the Spokane Falls.Restaurant is located in an old flour mill.
Location: 1.9 MI / 3.06 KM East
Available: Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Phone number: 1-509-3285965
Outback Steak House
Specializes in Steak
Location: 3. 3 MI / 5.31 KM North
Available: Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Phone number: 1-509-4846956
Azeteca Mexican Restaurant
Mexican delights! Something for everyone!
Location: 0.04 MI / 0.06 KM Southwest
Available: Lunch, Dinner
Phone number: 1-509-4560350
Location: 0.5 MI / 0.8 KM North
Available: Lunch, Dinner
Within walking distance of the Convention Center in the heart of downtown.
Location: 0.5 MI / 0.8 KM South
Welcome to The Melting Pot. We offer a truly unique dining experience created by the art of fondue. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary, a long overdue date night, or celebrating with a group. The Melting Pot Restaurant is perfect for any occasion. Tailor your visit with a four course dining experience including cheese fondue, salad, entree and dessert.Or, come by for fondue cheese paired with that perfect glass of wine from our extensive selection.
Location: 1.4 MI / 2.25 KM Southwest
Available: Dinner, Dessert
Phone number: 1-509-9268000
Considered one of Spokane’s finest restaurants, Mizuna offers a dynamic seasonal menu featuring the best of fresh local organic northwest ingredients.We are situated in the heart of downtown, housed in an old charming turn of the century building; with tall brick walls, wood floors, warm lighting, marble tables and modern fixtures. Mizuna’s enchanting environment has been a warm and welcoming refuge to locals and visitors alike. Unpretentious, knowledgeable staff buzz with warmth and enthusiasm
Location: 1.3 MI / 2.09 KM Southeast
Offered: Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Phone number: 1-509-7472004
90,000 population, standard of living, social security, history of the city, attractions
Almost everyone knows where the city of Vienna is. Photos of the beautiful capital will be presented in the article below. It attracts tourists with its architectural and natural sights.
The Austrian capital Vienna (photo of the city below) is always crowded, noisy from a large crowd of people. And this is not surprising. The population of Vienna is large – more than 1,867,580 inhabitants. And if you take into account the suburban areas, then you get almost 2.6 million people, and this is already a significant figure, since it makes up 25 percent of the total population of the country. In their reviews, tourists note the concentration of Vienna’s attractions in the city center.You cannot get around them on your own in one day.
By right of the capital, Vienna is the concentration of the political, economic and cultural center. The language of the city of Vienna (the population of which was indicated above) is German.
This beautiful city, like the whole country as a whole, constantly occupies the top lines in the ratings of the most highly developed places in the world.
Indeed, the population of Vienna can be proud of their city, since, according to statistics, people can afford, regardless of profession, to go on vacation several times a year to any place in the world, and go to an exotic country where the prices for tickets are sufficient high.They can buy a car, the amount of which exceeds half a million euros.
For residents of Vienna, it is the norm to comply with legislative measures, and in return they receive very stable social guarantees from the government, the list of which includes various social assistance, substantial payments for children, support for the unemployed, and for pensioners – a large pension.
History of the city
What is the history of this beautiful capital? The above indicated the population of the city of Vienna. In which country is this capital located? In the Austrian Republic, a state from the central part of Europe.What interesting things is known about the history of his capital?
Vienna is a luxurious city with a huge number of palaces and stately squares. The streets in Vienna are truly picturesque, each with a twist. This city is considered to be a place that always remains thoughtful, cheerful and very cozy.
From the scientific literature, you can learn about the fact that hunters of the Paleolithic period lived in the vicinity of Vienna. These considerations support the findings that have been made. They indicate that a separate tribe lived on Mount Leopold before the arrival of the Romans.
In the first century AD, an outpost – Vindobona, which belonged to the 15th Roman legion, began to be built on the territory of modern Vienna. By the end of the 5th century, the Roman soldiers left the city, which was inhabited by the Avar and other tribes.
The city has suffered invasions of enemies and military destruction many times. At the end of the 15th century, as a result of the Austro-Hungarian war, the Hungarians became the masters of the city. In 1529 to 1683 the Turks made several attempts to conquer the Viennese lands. But the locals and brave warriors made every effort to expel the strangers from their borders.
1938 was marked for Vienna by the fact that Austria joined Nazi Germany. As a result, Nazi ideology spread in the city.
In 1945 the Red Army managed to expel the troops from the city. The well-known monument in the center of Schwarzberg reminds of this.
Unfortunately, Vienna, like Berlin, was divided into several zones of occupation, and thus Great Britain and France placed their people there. This state of affairs lasted 10 years, and already on May 15, 1955, an agreement was signed between the countries, which stated that foreign troops must leave Austria and return its sovereignty.
After this agreement was signed, hardworking Austrians began to rebuild their country’s economy. They looked at everything that happened with humor and optimism and were confident that they could take successful places in Europe.
Today the city is considered a densely populated large center. Vienna’s area and population are in an ideal ratio – almost 100 people / km 2 .
In which country is the city of Vienna? It is very important to know, because the policy of the state always affects the infrastructure of the city.There are many different shops in the capital. They all work on weekdays from nine in the morning to six in the evening, and close on weekends.
In these stores you can buy clothes and shoes. There are many branded items in stores that will appeal to any customer.
Products and alcoholic beverages are sold here of very high quality. Many pastry shops and cafes have been built in Vienna. Also, sweets are produced here, not only at the factory, but also with their own hands. You can also try an amazing wine, which, according to reviews, is great.Also in this city you can visit the kiosks where delicious pies and hot dogs are prepared.
There are many architectural buildings in the city. And also there are many cultural monuments. You can go on a guided tour of the old sights or admire the beauty of the city of Vienna yourself.
This city has a lot of public transport, from trams to water transport. The population of Vienna and its tourists can rent a car or bicycle for their trips. And if you need to quickly get from one end of the city to the other, there is a metro for this.Also, if you want to see the sights, you can order a tourist bus, the ticket price for 24 hours is 25 euros.
The Albertina Museum was founded in a large and beautiful palace. It used to belong to Duke Albert Seksen-Teschensky, married to one of the daughters of Maria Teresa, who brought his art collection here from Brussels, where he was governor from the Habsburgs. This collection was constantly replenished by the descendants of the Duke. In 1919, the Austrian government became the full owner of the museum, which was named Albertina in 1921.
Albertina’s permanent collection consists of over a million prints and 60,000 drawings, and masterpieces by Dürer and Klimt, Kokoschka and Schiele, Picasso, Cezanne and Rauschenberg have been exhibited here during temporary exhibitions. Here you can see the works of masters of the most diverse trends – from French impressionism to German expressionism, from the Russian avant-garde to modern classicism. The paintings of Monet, Degas, Renoir will attract attention along with the works of Katz and Beckmann, Rainer and Macke, Chagall, Rothko and Malevich.
It is impossible not to pay attention in the Albertina to the impressive collections of architecture and photographs (by such outstanding artists as Model and Newton), which are exhibited in specialized exhibitions.
If you are lucky enough to visit the capital of Austria, be sure to visit the Vienna Opera. This architectural masterpiece was built in 1861, was partially destroyed by American bombing during World War II, and was reborn in 1955.The facade of the building is striking with the beauty of arches, columns and sculptures, and fountains are installed near the entrance.
Locals advise to visit the Vienna Opera at least once to feel the atmosphere of the city. We can say for sure that when you see the interior of the opera house, you will feel the spirit of the 19th century. Sculptures and busts of composers, paintings with fragments of opera performances, high ceilings immerse you in the era of the construction of the largest opera house in Austria.
Tourists are advised to get acquainted with the history and internal way of the cultural pearl of Europe on a tour, which is arranged daily and lasts about an hour.You will be taken backstage, where you will find out what happens “behind the scenes” during the performances and preparation for them, how to set the scenery and lay out the props. For Russian-speaking tourists, excursions are held at 14:00 local time.
Even if you don’t like opera as an art, be sure to visit the Vienna Opera Museum. Such an excursion will be remembered by you and your children for a long time.
Maria Theresia and Franz Joseph, Empress Elizabeth and other members of the imperial family lived here.Schönbrunn Palace is considered one of the most beautiful baroque structures on the old continent. It was erected in 1642 on land belonging to the Habsburgs for almost 100 years, at the request of the wife of Ferdinand II, Eleanor de Gonzaga. In 1830, the heir to the throne, Franz Joseph, was born here, who lived out his life here. Thanks to its historical significance, favorable location and archaeological value, the most iconic landmark of the Austrian capital is now included in the UNESCO heritage lists.
The Schönbrunn Palace consists of 1441 rooms, but only 45 of them are accessible to the public today, including:
- Hall of Mirrors of the palace, where Mozart gave concerts, the miracle child, who was then only 6 years old.
- Rotunda, which was the secret room of Maria Theresa.
- The Vieux Lacque room where Napoleon negotiated.
- Blue Salon, where Charles the First signed the famous abdication.
Fountains and statues, monuments and unique fauna, museums and a zoo, greenhouses and a labyrinth are part of a delightful palace park, which is free to visit.
Belvedere Palace in Vienna
Belvedere in Vienna is a rich palace and park complex in the center of the main city of Austria. Translated from Italian, the text belvedere means “beautiful view”. Many tourists note that when visiting the Vienna Belvedere, its beauty is striking.
Belvedere in Vienna consists of two castles – Upper and Lower, which are separated by a park with fountains, gazebos and sculptures. If people prefer paintings, they can look inside the palaces – in the Upper one there is a permanent exhibition of paintings and statues of the 19th-20th centuries, and in the Lower one there are seasonal / temporary exhibitions.
You can walk through the park and admire the landscape design. It is good here on warm days from June to August, when the fountains work, but in spring the park looks nice too. The entrance to the park area is free, so students with books, young families and, of course, tourists often sit on the benches.
Kreuzenstein Castle is considered one of the most mysterious medieval castles. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the Danube, seventeen kilometers from the capital.Many consider this building to be old, because it has many Gothic turrets and lancet windows. This opinion is wrong because the castle is a skilful reconstruction of a Roman fortress. It was completely destroyed by the Swedes in the 17th century. Now the castle is privately owned by the Wilczek dynasty. Thanks to them, everyone can visit the building and carefully examine the walls and courtyard.
During the tour, you will get acquainted with the old interior, which fits well with the ancient weapons and armor of the knights.A huge table with a weight of at least 1 ton is still preserved in the kitchen. Before that, it was used as a bridge over the local river. It is prohibited to take any photographs inside the castle. You need to be careful, as the guide tries to conduct the excursion very quickly, and all the passed rooms are locked with a key.
According to reviews, not far from Kreuzenstein there is a place where you can have a delicious snack. When visiting the restaurant, you can admire the beautiful view of the castle and the water expanses of the Danube.There is an opportunity to watch falconry right from here.
Vienna contains the treasures of the princely family of Liechtenstein, which belonged to the descendants of an old family, as well as their isolated estate in Europe.
The palace complex consists of two structures, including a wonderful park and a public museum. Indoors, you can look at the ancient halls in a regal style and a huge number of wonderful, unusual and antiques for everyday use, which have been collected over four centuries.At the moment, the museum houses objects of painting, pictograms and decorations. There are also 1,500 different famous canvases belonging to the brush of great masters of art. Particularly noteworthy are the preserved artifacts, among which is a wonderful carriage made of noble metal in the Rococo style. The castle has a huge library of the rarest books.
It is worth noting that the museum can be visited at certain times on Fridays from 15:00 – 18:30, and the park is visited from 07:00 – 20:30.
The entrance to the palace chambers costs 20 euros, and the cost of visiting the park is 25 euros. You can visit two sites for 38 euros. To do this, you need to pre-book vacant places.
Wiener Ringstrasse is long enough (5.3 kilometers) to house many monumental buildings, most of which were built during historical times (1860-1890). The architectural masterpieces located here are recognized landmarks of Vienna.
Construction of the Ringstrasse began in 1857 by order of Emperor Franz Joseph. Members of the royal family, the bourgeoisie and the richest people in the country enthusiastically began to build up the boulevard with the most luxurious buildings of all styles, having arranged a kind of competition. Many of these designs, in their original form, can still be admired today.
The main attractions of the Ringstrasse are the Staatsoper State Opera (neo-Renaissance building), Parliament and Town Halls (Flemish Gothic), Burgtheater (Neo-Baroque), University, Museum of Applied Arts, Stock Exchange and Votivkirche (Gothic), which were built towards the end of the 19th century …
The architectural design of the Ringstrasse was created by many building masters such as Gietfried Semper and Friedrich von Schmidt, Theophilus don Hansen and Heinrich von Ferstel.
Departure by charter flight. Arrival. Meeting with an assistant under the sign “IDEATRAVEL / NTK INTOURIST”.Departure to the Republic of San Marino, the oldest Republic of Europe, located on the slope of Mount Titano. Since 2008, the historic city center of San Marino and Mount Titano have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. A characteristic feature of San Marino are its workshops, shops and restaurants located in the streets and squares of the historic center. A walk in San Marino will give you the feeling that you have gone back to the Middle Ages. Free time. Check-in and accommodation at a hotel in Padua. Overnight at the hotel.
Optional (extra charge): Romantic dinner overlooking the Euganean Hills. Dinner at a historic restaurant in the magnificent landscape of the Euganean Hills. Captivating landscapes, extraordinary works of art, an area full of charm and history: an amazing fusion of art, culture and nature. Return to the hotel.
!!! In case of arrival at Ancona airport, instead of visiting the Republic of San Marino – visit Loreto : it is in the Basilica of the city of Loreto that the “Holy House” is located, the earthly home of the Virgin Mary, transferred from Nazareth.Pope Sixtus IV in 1491 and Pope Julius II in 1507 issued bulls that confirmed the authenticity of the shrine at Loreto. At the end of the 17th century, Pope Innocent XII held a special Mass in honor of the Feast of the Transfer of the Holy House.
Breakfast in the hotel. Departure to Verona . Guided tour in the historic city center. Verona has the status of “the most romantic city in the world”, because it was here, according to Shakespeare’s plan, that the events of the saddest story in the world took place – the story of the tragic love of Romeo and Juliet, but Verona has much more to offer than Romeo and Juliet.It invites its visitors to admire Roman, medieval and Renaissance architecture, it is not for nothing that Verona was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List: the famous amphitheater Arena di Verona, the San Zeno Church and the Old Market in Piazza delle Erbe are worthy of seeing them with your own eyes … Free time. Overnight at the hotel.
Optional (surcharge): Guided tour of the Arena di Verona theater.
Optional (surcharge): Sirmione on Lake Garda and wine tasting Amarone della Valpolicella .
Breakfast in the hotel. Guided tour in the historic city center Padua . A medieval city, stunning in its beauty, which houses the second oldest university in Italy, founded in 1222. Padua is one of the greatest and most attractive cities in northern Italy . The magnificent frescoes of the baptistery of the Cathedral are worth mentioning, the dome and walls of the baptistery are completely covered with frescoes painted in 1375-1376 by the Tuscan painter Giusto de Menabuoi, and the Duomo itself, designed by Michelangelo, and of course, the statue of St. Anthony deserves special attention where the relics of the Saint are kept.Free time. Overnight at the hotel.
Optional (extra charge): p visit to the famous Cappella degli Scrovegni chapel (with an attendant), which houses a cycle of Giotto’s wonderful, perfectly preserved frescoes.
Optional (extra charge): tasting Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene .
Breakfast in the hotel. Departure from the hotel. Visit to the city Mantua . Inspection of the main sights of the city with an accompanying person. You will see: the Ducal Palace – a grandiose monumental and architectural complex, one of the largest in Europe, built in 1290 – 1708 as the residence of the rulers of Mantua, the Captains Palace, built by the Bonacolsi family and the majestic Cathedral.For its architectural treasures and artifacts, elegant palaces, medieval and Renaissance cityscapes, Mantuya is known all over the world. Since 2008, the city has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Optional (for an extra charge): a walk along the lake that surrounds the city, on a motor ship (about an hour) with a Russian-speaking escort.
In the afternoon, departure to the city Sabbioneta .The city is located just 30 km from Mantua and, like the city of Mantua, has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2008. The city of Sabbioneta was built in the 16th century by order of Vespasiano Gonzaga, who was a cousin of the then ruler of Mantua, Gulielmo Gonzaga, on the site where an ancient settlement and fortress used to be. Sabbioneta is one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture in Lombardy. Among the attractions of the town, it is necessary to highlight the Ducal Palace, the theater (1588 – 1590), designed by the famous architect Vincenzo Scamozzi, the Church of Our Lady (1578 – 1582).Guided sightseeing. Tasting of typical local products. Transfer to Parma and hotel accommodation. Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast in the hotel. Free time in the city of Parma. Overnight at the hotel.
Optional (for a surcharge): option 1: visit in Milan Expo 2015 , option 2: City of Como and the lake of the same name.
Breakfast in the hotel. Guided tour in the historic city center Parma. Parma is a noble and majestic city in northern Italy, famous for its art, architecture, music, Parma ham and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. Arrival and accommodation at a hotel in Parma. Free time.
Optional (surcharge): Ducal castles.
Optional (surcharge): Dinner in a typical historic Busseto restaurant.
Breakfast in the hotel. Free time in Parma .
Optional (extra charge): visit to the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in Modena.
Departure to Ravenna and visiting the city with an assistant.Ravenna, a small town with an ancient history, located 10 km from the Adriatic Sea, with which it is connected by a canal. Eight historical monuments located in the city of Ravenna were inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1996. The Byzantine mosaics here are so delightful that many of Ravenna’s other attractions often go unnoticed. Transfer to the hotel in Rimini or Riccione. Check-in and accommodation at the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast in the hotel.Airport transfer. Departure or transfer to the Adriatic coast for further relaxation.
Austria – Italy
Tour for 8 persons in Austria and Italy for connoisseurs of high art and historical heritage.
Route: Vienna – Udina Vicenza – Mantua Cremona – Verona Padua – Venice – Ferrara Urbino – Rimini Ascoli Piceno – Bologna Parma – Turin – Pavia Certosa Milan – Bergamo Brescia – Innsbruck
1st Day: Vienna
Meeting at the airport in Vienna – city of music, city of Strauss, city of waltz.Guided walking tour of the historic center of the Austrian capital. Drive south across the Alps and overnight at a hotel near the Austrian-Italian border.
Day 2: Udina-Vicenza
Stop in Udine, the capital of the Friuli region. Walk through the historic center with a fortress hill and one of the most beautiful ceremonial squares in Northern Italy. Moving to the city of A. Palladio – Vicenza, on the streets and in the vicinity of which there are dozens of the most famous unique buildings of the brilliant architect of the Northern Renaissance.(Visits to the Villa Rotunda and the Olimpico theater are planned). Overnight at the Hotel near Verona.
3rd Day: Mantua-Cremona
Departure to the capital of the Dukes of Gonzaga – Mantua. Excursion around the medieval city, visiting the buildings of L-B. Alberti and G. Romano. Opportunity to visit the ducal palace with the famous frescoes of Mantegna and the Palazzo Te with frescoes by G. Romano … Moving to the city of violin makers – ancient Cremona. Walk around the city, visiting its Renaissance palaces, churches and cathedral in the Lombard style.Return to the hotel in Verona.
4th Day: Verona-Padua
In the morning – a tour of Shakespeare’s Verona with the possibility of visiting San Zeno, the museum in the Old Castle or other main churches … Moving to Padua, an old university city, where we will get acquainted with the masterpieces of the great Florentines Giotto (chapel in the Arena) and Donatello ( Basilica of St. Anthony of Padua), walk under the ancient porticoes and beautiful squares. Hotel in Padua.
5th Day: Venice
Full day trip to Venice.City tour, visit to the Cathedral of San Marco. Those who wish have the opportunity to get acquainted with the masterpieces of the Venetian school of painting in Frari (Titian, Vivarini, Bellini) and Scuole San Rocco (Tintoretto), as well as visit the Academy of Arts or the Doge’s Palace. Return to the Hotel in Padua.
6th Day: Ferrara-Urbino
Departure to the capital of the Dukes D’Este – Ferrara, the city of Renaissance palaces and Romanesque churches. Inspection of the cathedral and the ducal castle. Visit to the Scyphaneau palace, where a unique cycle of frescoes by the local master of the Renaissance F.del Cossa. Moving to another ducal capital of Northern Italy of the high Renaissance – Urbino, where Montefeltro and della Rovere ruled, the birthplace of the brilliant Bramante and Raphael. It is possible to visit the Ducal Palace and its Pinakothek. Hotel and dinner in the Rimini area.
Day 7: Rimini-Ascoli Piceno
Arrival in the historic center of ancient Rimini. A short walk through the central squares of the city, visiting the temple of Malatesta L-B. Alberti. Drive along the Adriatic coast to the amazing “city of 50 towers” built of travertine – Ascoli Piceno, with an elegant main square and ancient churches.Visit to the famous Christian shrine – the monastery of Loreto, where the house of Our Lady is located. Inspection of its rich interiors with frescoes by the masters of the High Renaissance: L. Signorelli and L. Lotto. Return to the Hotel in Rimini and dinner.
Day 8: Bologna-Parma
Departure to the capital of Emilia-Romagna, the city of the first university in Europe. A walk through the medieval center, acquaintance with the frescoes of monasteries and churches and the painting of the Bologna school in the local Pinakothek …. Moving to the capital of the Dukes of Farnese – Parma, in the cathedral and the main churches of which we will get acquainted with the amazing frescoes of the great Correggio and Parmigianino.Hotel in the Pavia area.
Day 9: Turin
Departure for the whole day to the capital of Piedmont – industrial and royal Turin. Inspection of its ceremonial squares and palaces, the main Christian shrine – the Shroud of Turin, the embankment of the Po river. In your free time, you can visit either the Palace of the Kings of Savoy, or the famous Egyptian Museum, or the Sabauda Gallery, or the Museum of Italian Film Art…. Return to Pavia to the Hotel.
Day 10: Pavia Certosa-Milan
In the morning, on the way to Milan, visit Certosa Pavia – the mausoleum and treasury of the Sforza dukes of Milan, a unique monument of Northern Renaissance art.Walking tour of the center of Milan. Inspection of the Sforzesco castle, the market square with buildings of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the main buildings of Bramante – the churches of San Satiro and della Grazie (if possible – visiting the “Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci or B. Luini’s frescoes in San Maurizio), as well as the buildings of the old University – Ca’Grande, Cathedral and Teatro alla Scala. In free time – visiting the Brera or Ambrosiana gallery, where the famous masterpieces of painting by the masters of the Lombard and Venetian schools are kept.Return to the hotel.
Day 11: Bergamo-Brescia
Drive to Bergamo. Acquaintance with the lower and upper town, the Colleoni mausoleum, its numerous churches with L.Lotto’s masterpieces. Visit to the Carrara Academy of Painting. In the afternoon, transfer to Brescia. Walk through the historic center with its interesting cathedrals and monasteries. In the evening, drive to Austria through picturesque passes. Hotel in Innsbruck.
12th Day: Innsbruck
In the morning we will have a walking tour of the capital of Tyrol, after which we will head back to Austria or depending on the place of departure.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE COST OF THE TOUR
accommodation according to the tour program at the hotel;
meals according to the tour program – breakfasts at the hotel;
excursions according to the program of the tour with a guide;
Hotel rate changes as rules occur depending on the season, holidays and so on.