Duquesne's Italian Campus Program
Duquesne University students have the opportunity to spend a semester studying in Rome through Duquesne's Italian Campus Program. An impressive group of largely Rome-based faculty, as well as an occasional visiting professor from the home campus, teach regular Duquesne University courses at the site, so students can experience the richness of this environment while making normal progress toward their degree. The general structure of the program consists of four days of academic classes and three day weekends. Students will also get
Spending a spring or fall semester at the Italian Campus in Rome you'll enjoy...
- Italian food at a wine or olive festival
- Mass at St. Peter's with Pope Francis
- Traveling during your 10-day Break
- The beach on the magical island of Capri!
- Making great lifelong friendships
- And much much more!!
Features of the Program
- Four day class week (Monday-Thursday)
- Group excursions
- A nine day break in the middle of the semester for independent travel
- Full time on site staff