Summer in Rome takes place at the American University of Rome, located on top of the Janiculum, Rome’s highest hill. The University is committed to providing a diversified curriculum that combines the numerous cultural and educational resources of Italy. Start getting excited about:
A wide variety of courses taught by distinguished faculty – Summer in Rome offers a variety of exciting courses in art history, archaeology & classical studies, communication & film, business studies, international relations & global politics, fine arts, and Italian language & culture. Study Italian in Rome- where better to learn Italian?
Central location – Summer in Rome is located in the historic Trastevere neighborhood of Rome. Less than a mile from the University you will find many famous Roman monuments and museums such as Vatican City, the Castle of St Angelo, and the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica.
Extracurricular activities, student excursions, and social events –Summer in Rome offers you a number of opportunities for more exposure to Italian life and culture. These activities include movie nights, cooking classes, gelato nights, theater nights, soccer matches, and wine tastings.
Museums, monuments, and concerts galore – There’s a never-ending list of museums to visit, monuments to see, and concerts to attend. Spend a dream semester taking in everything you’ve read about in the history books: the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Cathedral, the Pantheon, and more.
Summer in Rome is housed at the American University of Rome, whose innovative academic program gives you several curricular options. The University’s faculty of experts from American, Italian, and European universities are all dynamic professors who will engage you and challenge you to make your time abroad an intellectual as well as cultural experience. Classes are frequently on-site, an unparalleled opportunity in a city like Rome. Imagine taking in an archeology lecture amidst ancient ruins in the Roman Forum, or studying art history while gazing at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. And the University connections with The Vatican, the Italian Parliament, and other institutions guarantee a close look at Italian life.
Study Italian in Rome and other courses in your major: small classes sizes guarantee individual academic attention
Courses are varied, site-oriented, and taught by highly qualified faculty
Take classes in the historic Trastevere district
An epic city with world-famous food, cafés, and nightlife
A beautiful Mediterranean climate with comfortable weather
Vast caches of impressive art, sculpture, and treasures
World-renowned architecture, museums, and historical sites
National passion for futbol, sports, and recreation
Student excursions, activities, and social opportunities
A central location for travel throughout Europe
Local excursions to help you get the most out of Rome
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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