This program was previously called Rome through the Ages.
Multi-disciplinary curriculum taught in English provides an in-depth focus on Rome, and Italy more generally. Small classes and field trips make the city of Rome your classroom.
Specially designed UC courses in the social sciences and humanities taught in English. Small classes use site visits in Rome and beyond to bring the subjects to life.
Learn about the history of Southern Italy from antiquity to the modern era as well as the cultural and ecological environment of its Mediterranean setting. Small classes are taught in English and feature many field trips in and around the island of Procida.
Compare and contrast two exciting European capitals by living and studying in both Rome and Madrid. Courses taught in English
You can either take courses in English in business, marketing, communication, history and culture or do intensive Italian language study. Field trips, internships and volunteering complement small, interactive classes.
Lectures and excursions use food as a lens to explore the politics and cultures of the Mediterranean world along with the changes brought about by migration, urbanization and the quest for sustainability. The program is offered in Florence, Syracuse (Sicily), and Barcelona.
Take courses taught in English or Italian at the oldest university in the western world. The University of Bologna, ranked #1 in Italy, is located in the heart of the city's beautiful historical center. Plentiful internship opportunities available.
Regular university courses taught in English or Italian at one of the leading European schools of business and economics. Bocconi is located in downtown Milan, the heart of commerce, finance, and arts in northern Italy.
Discover the essence of old and new Rome through courses on sustainability, food culture in Italy, and the physical and cultural landscape of Rome and beyond. Site visits and cultural activities make the “Eternal City” your classroom and your home for the summer.