Rome, Italy: Fall Semester 2018, Spring Semester 2019
“In my four months in Rome I ate, saw, and learned more new things than I have in the last four years! From new friends to breathtaking sites, the experience was definitely one to last a lifetime!”
Economics, Spring 2017
Students will study at John Cabot University for the semester and have the opportunity to take courses with an emphasis in International Relations.
This is a one semester program that is available for juniors and seniors only.
Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2.
Rome, the capital of Italy, is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula along the Tiber River with a history beyond 2500 years making it one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in Europe. It boasts evidence of Roman mythology and culture having been the capital of the Roman Empire, and thus is considered the birthplace of Western civilization. Italy was the host to many famous artists and influential historical figures, including Roman emperors, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Bernini. Within the city, is The Vatican which is a separate country where the Pope resides.
John Cabot University is located near the Vatican in the center of Rome. The student residence is also in central Rome. Accommodations are usually in controlled-access apartments, with common rooms and kitchen facilities. Students in this program will be housed with other international students coming from places such as the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. Students enrolled at John Cabot University come from more than 40 countries.
This program is eligible for State, Federal, Private and UP Financial Aid. For more financial aid information visit: