Fall, Spring, Academic Year
If you have an urge to study abroad in one of the world’s most famous and historic cities, then Rome is the place to go. Arcadia in Rome combines academic learning inside the classroom with experiential learning on the streets and with the people of this daunting yet friendly cosmopolitan capital. Scholarships available.
All Arcadia courses include learning-on-site, where you apply your classroom knowledge in the field. For example, students of food culture may find themselves tucked away in the Tuscan woods with a truffle-hunting pup and his master.
You can also gain work experience during your time abroad by adding an Internship to your program.
You’ll come yo know every corner of this incredible city (not just the well-known spots_ as you delve into your studies and experimental learning outside the classroom. You’ll take one Cornerstone Course from the following choices:
- Modern Life in the Eternal City: Study the rich complexities of contemporary life and culture in Rom today, mixing ancient traditions with exciting modern metropolitan life.
- Waterways and Walls: Urban Planning in Ancient Rome: Investigate the urban infrastructure and boundaries of Ancient Rome in order to understand better the way the biggest city of the ancient world functioned.
- Work in Thought and Action - Cornerstone Course for Interns: Work at an Internship Placement for 12-18 hours per week, enjoy seminars to discuss and reflect on work experiences and complete an academic project based on independent research and workplace experience.
In addition to your Cornerstone Course, you’ll also choose four electives from a wide range of course offered by the Arcadia Rome Center and our academic partner institution, University deli Study Roma Tre. Particular concentrations include international business, finance, management, engineering, social sciences, Italian language and humanities.
- Arcadia in Rome has many course which include study of topical connections with other Other European Countries, such as: The Southern European Debt Crisis in Historical and Theoretical Perspective, which involves collaborations and visits between students in Rome and Athens.
- There are many service learning opportunities to get involved in local communities from giving language lessons to local familiar to exploring matters of world hunger and food security at the Rome-based United Nations agencies.
- You’ll enjoy excursions, guest lectures and events organized by the Arcadia Rome Center to help you get to know other students and the many attractions of this magical city.
- Social Sciences
- Italian Language Literature and Studies
To apply please click this link
Fall, Spring, Academic Year