About LdM Florence
The LdM Florence campus is literally without walls, encompassing twelve campus buildings. One of the main LdM buildings in Florence is located on Via Faenza and dates back to the 13th century. It originated as a convent connected to the medieval church of San Jacopo in Campo Corbolini. This church, now deconsecrated, was founded in 1206 and for its first hundred years belonged to the Knights of Templar. Rich in medieval frescoes and sculpture, the church has recently been restored, and serves as the setting for LdM conferences and receptions.
LdM is "a school immersed in the city" and Florence is a "classroom without walls." Student life at LDM reflects this. An LdM education is an experience like no other: cosmopolitan, vibrant and rich in cuisine, language, art and culture. At LdM, students are taught to become global citizens and true leaders in the careers of tomorrow.
Buildings in the LdM Florence campus contain a wide range of student facilities: numerous classrooms, large, specialized art studios, cafeteria, courtyard garden, library, student point, computer center with several terminals, and wireless Internet connection.
Love fine art? Want to learn to cook? Feel like practicing soccer? LdM Florence provides a variety of ways for students to get involved in student clubs and organizations, daily sports and cultural activities, guest lectures and film screenings, city and weekend excursions and more.
Students also get involved in the community, volunteering or working for one of the city’s many charities and community service associations. Florence is where students uncover and hone their leadership skills so they can meet the challenges of what lies ahead after their studies. This is how students at LdM Florence get involved, make new friends and become an integral part of the city.