EOIs open for ACU Rome Semester Program

After two years of limited outbound activity due to the onset of COVID-19, the Study Abroad and Exchange team is thrilled to announce the launch of the new Rome Semester Program in Semester 2, 2022.

The Rome Semester program will give our undergraduate students the unique experience of studying at ACU’s new Rome campus over a 15 week-period, while at the same time immersing themselves in Roman life and culture.

Students will study 4 units (40 credit points) in block-mode as part of a semester-long program, or alternatively choose to complete 1–3 units as part of an intensive study abroad experience.

Units will be offered by the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy and the Faculty of Education and Arts and will include an intensive Italian language unit, as well as a selection of units covering topics such as religion in Ancient Rome, art and politics, Roman landscapes and more.

Students who complete the Semester Program will be among the first to live and study at our new ACU Rome campus, centrally located close to the picturesque Trastevere district, cultural and historical landmarks, eateries and the Vatican City.

Expressions of interest are now open for ACU students interested in learning more about the program. Students who register their interest will be contacted with further information.

We encourage you to share this unique study abroad experience with your students using the resource available here.

If you would like to find out more, please email the Study Abroad and Exchange team on study.abroad@acu.edu.au.

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