Study Abroad in Rome

Study Abroad in Rome for the Summer Semester

John Cabot University’s summer sessions provide the perfect short-term study abroad solution. Combine our options to meet your academic needs. All courses are taught in English, except for Italian language.

Summer Sessions

Two 5-Week Summer Sessions

One 3-Week Mini-Session

Special Programs

  • Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation: Work on your creative writing while getting to know the Eternal City. Our summer institute features guest lectures, seminars, and special events, and provide communications and creative writing students with a chance to hone their skills while exploring Rome.
  • Doctors in Italy Fellowship Program: Participate in a physician-led medical shadowing experience that is open to pre-med students from all over the world. 

Key Features


Summer I and II Curriculum

Summer I and II curriculum: Over 70 courses in key areas of art history, business, communications, economics, engineering, English literature, history, Italian language, mathematics, political science, psychology, and studio arts. Take up to 6 credits in each session.


Summer Engineering Program

Spend the summer in Rome, a city renowned for its remarkable feats of engineering such as the Pantheon, the Colosseum, and the aqueducts, and take STEM classes to stay on track for graduation. $500 engineering scholarship available.


Summer Internship Opportunities

Learn about our competitive For-Credit Internship Program.

Summer Curriculum

Summer II Mini-Session Curriculum

Earn 3 credits in 3 weeks during the Summer II Mini-Session with a focus on applied, active courses in business consulting, computer science, creative writing, digital media arts, and studio art. 

Student Life

Student Life

Participate fully in JCU activities and trips, while earning credit towards your degree program. 

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Your federal aid is transferable. Please check with your study abroad office or contact [email protected] regarding financial aid eligibility. 



We have tried to make our programs as affordable as possible. See our tuition and fees. Check with your university to see if they have a partnership with us.