Study Abroad Spotlight: Katherine Baldwin, Summer 2019

I had always wanted to study abroad. I had heard so many amazing things about the experience from my family and friends who had done it. However, because I was trying to fit so much into my time in college, I didn’t think my schedule would allow it. When I started doing research to see…

3 Courses to Take While Studying Abroad in Rome According to JCU Alumni

To study abroad at an accredited American university in Rome is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will stay with students throughout their lifetime. Not only does it broaden students’ horizons, but it gives them the opportunity to expand academically and study alongside internationally diverse students and faculty. By offering a wide variety of courses covering everything…

Club Spotlight: Q&A with Grassroots Environmental Club

The Grassroots Environmental Club is one of the most popular student organizations at John Cabot University. Over the past couple of years, it has gained enormous traction on campus, especially with climate change taking center stage in social and political debates. Here’s what Grassroots members have to say about the club and their leadership style. What…

A Glimpse at JCU’s World-Class Facilities and Specialized Classrooms

John Cabot University welcomes students from more than 80 countries around the world at its campuses in Rome, to study in one of the world’s most historic and iconic cities while receiving an American-style liberal arts education with a global outlook. However, JCU isn’t just known for giving students a fantastic educational experience in Italy—it’s…

Study Abroad Spotlight: Geraldine Glavis, Spring 2018

Studying abroad was something I had on my bucket list before I ever even started college. I chose to study abroad in Rome, Italy because the city had everything I wanted. John Cabot University gave me the chance to learn a new language and culture while studying in a prime European location. Living the JCU…

Navigating Campus: Rome and the 5 Senses

John Cabot University’s campuses are located in the historic center of Rome. This is an environment that’s invigorating to a student’s every sense: the warm sun of the Mediterranean climate, the beauty of the sparkling Tiber river, and the deliciousness of Italian cuisine.  Studying at JCU isn’t just revitalizing for a student’s mind. The experience…

Housing and Residential Life: The JCU Roommate Experience

During my first semesters at John Cabot University, I was living in student housing in the Gianicolo Residence, located just three minutes away from the Guarini Campus. The apartment-style dorms were well equipped and provided everything that a student could need in terms of basic necessities. When it comes to the roommate experience, I have…

How Your Worldview Expands When You Study Abroad

The benefits of studying abroad on your academic and professional life are well known and appreciated. Potential employers know that young professionals who studied abroad are naturally inclined towards curiosity, dedication, and risk-taking. These character aspects are widely sought after throughout many different sectors of employment. For this reason, studying abroad is a great way…

Study Abroad Spotlight: Carly O’Loughlin, Summer II 2019

Anyone who knows me well understands that my decision to study abroad in Italy for six weeks during the summer of 2019 came straight out of left field. I’m a huge home body, so living and going to school in another country was extremely uncharacteristic of me. Regardless, my interest was sparked by the bustle…

Posthuman Studies in Rome

Recent graduate Chrysoula Sotiriadi studied English Literature at John Cabot University with a minor in Psychology. During her time at JCU, she took Professor Stefan Sorgner’s course “Posthuman Studies: Philosophy, Technology, and Media.” Read what Chrysoula has to say about why she chose to study at JCU, her take on Posthuman Studies, and how learning at…

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