Via Marcantonio Colonna, 21A
Home Campus Web site: http://www.stjohns.edu/
Italian Program Web site: https://www.stjohns.edu/about/campuses-and-locations/rome-campus
The Rome Campus of St. John’s University offers graduate and undergraduate programs. Our easily accessible location is centrally located (Prati). The campus facilities include multimedia classrooms, state-of-the-art computer lab and online library system, residential area with 220 beds divided in singles, doubles and triples, kitchens, common areas, inner courtyard. The whole building is wireless and air conditioned, with 24/7 security.
A full-time and part-time Middle States accredited Master of Arts (MA) in Government and Politics, with a specialization in International Affairs, and a Certificate in International Law and Diplomacy are offered. The programs follow a quarter system, with terms beginning in September, October, January, March, June and July. The programs are open to Laurea/Bachelor degree recipients from any undergraduate major who meet the entrance requirements. Special programs include study opportunities at the New York campuses, special intersession travel courses, and internships with UN agencies in Rome.
A semester Study Abroad program is offered where students study Italian Language and Culture, Art History, Philosophy, Theology, Business, International Relations, and European Politics. A modular cohort program is also available for students wanting to earn 15/18 credits in Europe by studying 5 weeks at the Rome campus, 5 weeks at the Paris campus and 5 weeks in Limerick, Ireland. Summer programs and Winter and Spring intersessions are also offered.