Study Abroad in Italy Program
John Cabot's academic experience comprises four pillars: an American curriculum that upholds the standards of the liberal arts, committed professors who are international experts in their fields, a highly international and accomplished student body from over 60 counties, and an inspiring international setting in the heart of Rome, Italy.

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AIFS Study Abroad in Rome, Italy: Semester or Academic Year
Earn up to 19 credits through a wide variety of courses when you study in the “Eternal City” of Rome. Live in an Italian home or in a student apartment as you experience numerous social and cultural activities, such as excursions to Viterbo and the Hot Baths, rugby and soccer ...

  
API in Rome, Italy: Summer
ACADEMIC PROGRAM API students at the Scuola Lorenzo de’ Medici (LdM) – Rome may participate in 1 of 3 different academic programs: SUPER-INTENSIVE ITALIAN PROGRAM 6 CREDIT HOURS PER SUMMER SESSION (ALL CREDITS IN LANGUAGE; NO ELECTIVES ALLOWED) This program is designed for students wishing to advance language skills in ...

  
CEA: Study Abroad in Rome, Italy
Choose the academic program that best suits your college degree and general elective needs. Choose from three different educational settings. CEA offers students a unique academic experience at the Global Campus in Rome, with exciting courses, highly qualified faculty and a vibrant campus life. Global Campus courses incorporate site visits ...

  
ISA in Rome
Students participating in the ISA Rome Semester program can choose from a multitude of courses in English as well as several courses in the Italian language. All participants are in the classroom with North American and other international students. The wide range of course options available includes Art, Architecture, Economics, ...

  
Summer Study Abroad in Rome, Italy Program
Each summer John Cabot University's Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation hosts Summer Writers in Residence. Courses are taught by renowned faculty from the United States, Italy, and Europe. Past participants include Mark Strand and Simon Mawer (2010), Dorothy Allison and Marilyn Hacker (2011), and in Summer 2012 the ...

  
AIFS Study Abroad in Rome, Italy: January Term
Spend 3 weeks studying in the “Eternal City” of Rome. Earn 3 credits studying either art history or religion, both taught in English. You may live in centrally located apartments or in an Italian home. Enjoy Italy's artistic heritage by visiting local museums and art galleries as well as numerous ...

  
API in Rome, Italy: John Cabot University Semester/Year
Students at the John Cabot University (JCU) in Rome can choose to study a wide variety of disciplines in English. Most API students choose to complete an Italian language course along with several other elective courses taught in English. It is highly recommended that students enroll in at least one ...

  
AIFS Study Abroad in Rome, Italy: Semester Internship Program
Earn up to 16 credits through a wide variety of courses when you study and intern in the “Eternal City” of Rome. You’ll receive international work experience, helping you test a potential career path while exploring interests and abilities in new ways. Live in an Italian home or in a ...

  
API in Rome, Italy: John Cabot University summer
Students take 1-2 courses and receive 3-6 credit hours per semester session, or approximately 3 credits per course. The program fee for one course includes a maximum of 3-4 credits per summer session. The program fee for two courses includes a maximum of 6 credits per summer session. Italian language ...

  
AIFS Study Abroad in Rome, Italy: Summer
Spend 4 weeks studying in the beautiful city of Rome and earn up to 7 credits in Italian language or art, art history, communications, fashion or history taught in English. You may choose to live in an Italian home or in a student apartment. Enjoy a 2-day trip to Florence ...

  
API in Rome, Italy: LdM Semester/Year
API students at the Lorenzo de’ Medici – The Italian International Institute (LdM) may participate in one of the following programs: FREE ELECTIVE PROGRAM 15-16 credit hours per semester (3-4 credits in language; 12 credits in electives) This program is designed for students interested in selecting courses from a wide ...