Catholic University is pleased to announce the opening of our Rome Summer Institute. With courses taught by Catholic University professors and a focus on experiential learning, this is a summer academic experience like no other.
Studying in Rome provides Catholic University students an opportunity to live and learn in the Italian capital. It allows them to not only study, but also immerse themselves in the history and culture of the "Eternal City".
The Rome campus is located at Via Garibaldi, 28, on Rome’s Janiculum Hill. The one-acre property has a six-floor building surrounded by a 19th-century garden.
Life at the Rome campus is marked by an atmosphere of study, spirituality, health, and safety.
Students are encouraged to begin the application process as soon as possible.
By deciding to study in Rome, you will be embarking on an adventure that will change your life and broaden your understanding of the world. To be admitted into the program, you must apply, be accepted, and then prepare for your journey.