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Who says studying can't be fun? WhenRomeIsYourCampus anything is possible!
Enjoy your time in school by spending it among international friends, great food, and world-class sites!Getting ready to take the leap from high school to college? Maybe you’re thinking about spending a semester (or more)…
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What to expect #WhenRomeIsYourCampus:
Studying abroad can sometimes feel like taking a big leap of faith. After all, you’ll be living and studying in a different country—maybe even on a different continent—and that comes with many changes. You’ll be away from friends and family back home, and you’ll be surrounded by a new…
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Italian cities are so different one from another, sometimes it feels like they are not part of the same country! Read about Manuela's lifestyle change!
My name is Manuela Amadori, I am 19 and I am a freshman at John Cabot University, where I am studying International Affairs . I was born and lived all my life in Trento until last year, when I decided to move to Rome. Moving south to Rome wasn’t such an obvious decision. I had a million concerns:…
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Student testimonials are always fun to read. Find out what Victoria has to say about living and studying in Rome!
My name is Victoria Barreda de Alba and I am an International Business student at John Cabot University. Like many of my fellow JCU students, my story is not the typical twenty-something college student’s story. I have spent the past few years moving around to discover new cultures, places, and…
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A few ways of how to help the victims of the Amatriciana Earthquake:
While Rome was unaffected by Wednesday's earthquake, the 6.2-magnitude terremoto destroyed several villages and killed over 200 people. In typical Italian style, local towns immediately banded together and families invited victims into their homes, and the Italian government and nonprofit…
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Rajesh Francesco Cecchini is not a typical Italian student! Find out why below:
My name is Rajesh Francesco Cecchini and I am a sophomore here at John Cabot University. My parents are Italian, and I grew up here. Because of their work, we moved to different places such as North Africa and the United States of America. In 2011, my parents’ job transferred us to Maryland,…
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Silvia Bezzi, Valedictorian of the 2016 graduating class, is an ambitious woman with great accomplishments and greater dreams:
Silvia Bezzi, originally from Bologna, is the Valedictorian of the Class of 2016 which just graduated from John Cabot. She graduated Summa con Laude in Communications. As Valedictorian, she gave the speech during the graduation ceremony. Here is an excerpt from her speech:“I would tell you to do…
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Summer in Rome can be quite hot! Here are some tips of how to survive the warmest months of the year!
Summer in Rome is amazing, but it can get really hot! Make sure you’re prepared to beat the heat with these tips:1. Drink lots of water. You can buy a plastic bottle and fill it in the water fountains around our campuses or around Rome. Remember to always stay hydrated!2. Avoid coffee and…
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Graduate students of John Cabot, Marco and Charles, had a dream that came to life due to the academic preparation received at #JCURome! 
It was a pretty unlikely idea: getting two young men from different parts of the world who share the passion of public speaking to create a company in Rome, Dreamers Communication. Here’s their story.Marco, from Turin, is studying Communication (with a minor in Entrepreneurship); Charles, a New…
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Rome vs. Florence? Which city should you chose? 
Italy is one of the world’s most popular study abroad destinations, and it isn’t hard to see why. With beautiful landscapes, delicious food, awe-inspiring architecture, and its proximity to other European countries for weekend getaways, Italy allows study abroad students to immerse themselves in…
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Professor Erik Walters is one of #JCURome's funniest and most out-going professors. Find out more about him in this interview:
In the spring of 2015 I decided to take a class that was not at all part of my degree’s curriculum. I am studying International Business, but since I'm in Rome, I decided to take a class on religion, just to learn a bit more about it. Of all the classes offered, I was very interested in the Popes…
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Luigi Spaziani, an Italian-American, decided to come back to his home country for an unforgettable #StudyAbroad adventure! Check it out below:
My name is Luigi (Gigi) Spaziani. I am 100% Italian but I grew up in Boston. I decided to do my study abroad year here in Italy, because I speak the language and my nonna still lives here. Even though I am Italian, I have never studied in Italy, so I thought it would be a great opportunity for me.…
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John Cabot is an American liberal arts university in Rome, Italy, offering bachelor’s degrees and study abroad programs to students from over 50 countries.