The Catholic University of America

CUA Study Abroad Program in Rome

  Inside the nave of St. Peter's, Rome
 
The nave of St. Peter's, Rome

The CUA Rome program offers intensive study of the Italian language and a variety of humanities classes taught in English. It generally also provides at least one course each semester (and often two courses) related to the study of the ancient world. Participating students may choose between homestays to enhance their development in Italian or dormitory living to focus upon the study of Rome as an ancient, medieval, and modern city. 

Although the CUA Rome program does not currently offer regularly rotating courses in the ancient languages, highly successful tutorials in both Greek and Latin have been arranged in the past, and the departmental undergraduate adviser can discuss this possibility with you.

The Rome page of the CUAbroad website provides more information.