"The Pratt in Venice program opens doors for you that you never knew existed both inside and outside yourself.“ –Penney Clements Dante, 1989

All students are eligible to apply for Pratt in Venice Scholarships and Course Assistantships. Students apply for scholarships and assistantships directly on the program application. Applications received after the general application deadline will not be considered for scholarships and assistantships, unless there are remaining positions and funds available. Various student loans may also be used for this program; interested students should work with Pratt's Financial Aid office.

SCHOLARSHIPS

The Pratt in Venice Alumni Scholarship Fund offers assistance to qualified students based on demonstrated need and excellence. In recent years, the scholarship has been funded by Pratt in Venice alumni and through the annual exhibition silent auction. Students compete for available funds through an application that includes images of work, transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a statement of purpose. Applications are reviewed by the Pratt in Venice Scholarship Committee, which is composed of Pratt faculty.

Course Assistantships

There are four course assistantships, each paying $2,000. Students compete for available assistantships through an application that include images of work, transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a statement of purpose. Applications are reviewed by the Pratt in Venice Scholarship Committee, which is composed of Pratt faculty.

Credits & Costs for Summer 2019

Tuition is determined by registered credits (undergraduates at $1,488 per credit; graduates at $1,647 per credit).

  • 8 undergraduate credits - $12,856

  • 7 undergraduate credits - $11,249

  • 6 undergraduate credits - $9,642

  • 9 graduate credits - $16,002

  • 8 graduate credits - $14,224

  • 7 graduate credits - $12,446

  • 6 graduate credits - $10,668

  • Study Abroad fee / Health Insurance – $400 / TBA

  • Housing - $1,795 (subject to change)

  • Students will make a 50 € housing deposit on the first day of the program, refunded by Pratt in Venice at the program's conclusion provided they return their apartments in acceptable condition.

  • non-credit 3-week option (intended for working professional) - $5,100

 

Student Luke Watson (PiV '13) painting at the Redentore (photo: Chris Wright).