CEA in Rome, Italy – Abroad101 Cool Program of the Week


Say yes to Roma!  Discover la dolce vita (the sweet life) in Italy’s largest city while you immerse yourself in the study of theology, social sciences, liberal arts, business, economics, or politics.  Rave Reviews make CEA in Rome our Cool Program of the Week! 

CEA Rome Review

Ever dreamed of living in a city that’s been a cultural, political, and religious leader for more than 2,000 years? Study abroad in Rome with CEA and discover la dolce vita — the sweet life — in Italy’s largest city, Rome. Imagine studying art history as you gaze up at the Sistine Chapel, or learning about world religions just a few blocks from the Vatican. Oh, and then there’s the food… life in the Eternal City is truly an experience of a lifetime! Choose from a wide array of academic programs through the CEA Rome Center and our university partners, the Providence College Center for Theology & Religious Studies, LUISS Guido Carli University, and John Cabot University. Whether your academic, career, and personal interests lie in theology, social sciences, liberal arts, business, economics, or politics, you’ll find courses that fulfill your needs in Rome, as well as volunteering and career workshops to enhance your employability.

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Abroad101 Student of the Week #11 – Tori Koch

tori-kochOur Abroad 101 Student of the Week honor goes to Tori Koch from Wake Forest University! She has decided that she wants to study abroad in Italy at the American University of Rome through International Studies Abroad! This ISA program will immerse Tori in the Italian culture and she will gain invaluable educational experiences. Check out her mission here!

The Abroad101 Student of the Week initiative awards a student who created a Mission for a study abroad program on GoEnnounce with a donation to their fundraiser. Learn more about this partnership from Abroad101 CEO Mark Shay and GoEnnounce co-founder Melissa Davis here.

We’re making weekly donations to #studyabroad fundraisers! We hope you can help us assist these students in reaching their goals to make their travel dreams a reality. Visit here to help with this mission.

Stay tuned for our next Abroad101 Student of the Week!

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John Cabot University: Spend Your Summer in Rome

Roman neighborhood

Typical Roman Neighborhood

Picture yourself spending 5 weeks this summer immersed in the Trastevere neighborhood of Rome, Italy at the beautiful John Cabot University.”Trastevere” comes from the latin phrase “across the Tiber” as it’s located on the west bank of the Tiber River. Study, live and play in this stunning city, as if it were your own. John Cabot University is an American University located in the heart of the eternal city, Rome, Italy. Students interested in taking classes in English, yet living and studying abroad in Italy should highly consider spending their summer in Rome. Here’s everything you need to know. Continue reading

Guest Post: Dr. Tara Keenan from John Cabot University in Rome

Rome: Castel Sant Angelo

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Art History Images

Today, Abroad101 is so lucky to have a guest blog post written by Dr. Tara Keenan, a writing instructor at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy.

Tara Keenan received her BA and MA from New York University. She attended a study abroad program in Ireland where she first learned about intercultural dialogue and global citizenship. Afterward, she taught high school English in New York and then decided to attend Dublin’s Trinity College for her Ph.D. in European History focusing on feminism in Ireland. Upon finishing that program and publishing a book entitled, “Irish Women and Street Politics”, she moved back to New York where she directed a local office of the New York Civil Liberties Union for three years. During that time she taught history and politics at various colleges and universities in New York including Fordham University and CUNY.  She’s currently a writing instructor and the coordinator of the John Cabot University Writing Center in Rome. Continue reading