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John Cabot University in Rome, Italy: Exploring the World—and the World of Ideas

John Cabot University is an American university in Rome that offers students a highly personalized liberal arts education, whether they come to study abroad or earn a degree. JCU's curriculum provides students with a global perspective that's reinforced by our international faculty, who take full advantage of Rome as a living, learning laboratory.

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John Cabot University At-a-Glance

Location: Rome, Italy in the Trastevere neighborhood

Faculty: 100 professors from all over the world

Total enrollment:  1000 students

Number of countries represented by students: 60

Financial Aid/Scholarships: John Cabot University provides generous scholarships based on merit, financial need, and students' geographic origin.

Accreditation: Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

Member: Association of American International Colleges and Universities

Majors: Art History, Business Administration, Classical Studies, Communications, Economics and Finance, English Literature, History, Humanistic Studies, International Affairs, International Business, Italian Studies, Marketing, and Political Science