32° seminario internazionale di storia dell’architettura
Raphael and Architecture
Rome and Florence, 4-7 June 2019
in collaboration with the Vatican Museums and the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz - Max-Planck-Institut

How to request admission

The Seminar has a limited number of places (maximum 15). The official language is Italian.

Applications to participate must be emailed to by Monday 1 April 2019, and accompanied by a curriculum vitae with a personal statement explaining the reasons for wishing to attend the Seminar.

Applications will be assessed by a committee, chaired by the president of the CISAAP Advisory Board, Prof. Howard Burns and made up of the director of CISAAP and two other members of the Advisory Board. Admissions to the Seminar will be announced no later than Monday 6 May 2019.

Participants at the Seminar are required to pay 100 euros + 22% VAT as a contribution to organisational expenses, including admittance to monuments and museums and transfer by bus from Rome to Florence.

Applying for the concession of a reduced fee

Grants have been provided for participants that hold a degree in architecture, art history, engineering or in studies relating to the conservation of cultural assets. In order to qualify for such assistance applicants must have been awarded their degrees or diplomas after %anno_accedemico%.

The available financial aid provides for exemption from payment of the enrolment fee, which will be paid to the Centre on behalf of the selected applicants by private/public bodies, institutes or third party contributors. Those wishing to apply for a concession should submit a letter of application for financial aid - together with the general course application form - to the President of the CISA Centre in Vicenza.

The course participants will be selected by a committee appointed for this purpose by the President of the Academic Council of the CISA. The committee’s decisions will be made on the basis of information provided in the application form and will be deemed as final.

Applicants who are awarded the privilege of financial aid must however pay a deposit of € 100.00 by means of a postal or international money order. This sum will be reimbursed at the end of the course.

It should be noted that the financial concession is subject to full attendance of the course and in any case the number of hours attended must not be less than 80% of the established total. In cases of non-compliance with the minimum attendance requirement the Centre reserves the right to withhold reimbursement of the deposit and will not issue a certificate attesting completion of the course.

The deadline for requesting financial assistance is: .

To complete the application for financial aid, you must:

  • indicate your qualifications (degree and possible masters and/or doctorate)
  • attach a brief statement of intent.
You can also attach, if you wish, up to a maximum of 3 letters of presentation.