Professor Spotlight: Adrian Stoian

Professor Spotlight My name is Adrian Stoian, and I am originally from Romania. I lived there both before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall. However, I moved to the United States to study. I received a Masters in Economics from Clemson University, and then a PhD in Economics from the University of Arizona….

Student Spotlight: Demetrio Iannone, Class of 2020

I really owe a lot to John Cabot University. First of all, it gave me the opportunity to study the subjects I am interested in through fantastic professors. In fact, when I came to Rome from an international high school in the Netherlands, I was able to appreciate the fact that John Cabot University gave…

Student Spotlight: Demetrio Iannone, Classe del 2020

Devo davvero tanto alla John Cabot University. In primis, mi ha dato la possibilità di studiare le materie a cui tengo con dei professori fantastici. Infatti, quando sono arrivato a Roma dopo la mia esperienza liceale internazionale in Olanda ho potuto apprezzare il fatto che la John Cabot University desse ai suoi studenti la possibilità…

Studying Abroad in Italy Could Be Your Key to Self-discovery

If you’re an adventurous student looking to get something more out of your education, studying abroad offers a wide range of benefits. You can improve your Italian language skills, for example, practicing with native speakers in the streets and piazzas of Rome. You can broaden your understanding of the world through firsthand experience of Italian…

Beyond Trastevere: Coppedé

Beyond Trastevere Trastevere is a beautiful and charming place to live. In fact, spending time in Trastevere is one of the best parts about attending John Cabot University. But it is always nice to get out and explore a new part of the city beyond Trastevere: an off-the-beaten-path street, an interesting historic monument, or a neighborhood…

5 Things Every Student Should Buy In Rome

When you study abroad in Rome, you will quickly feel the difference between being a local and being a tourist. At first, everything will feel new and you will go sight-seeing, taking in the city as a tourist. But once you start adapting to the Roman lifestyle, you will begin to pick up local habits…

4 Things To Do on Spring Break in Rome

Taking the opportunity to travel on spring break is a great use of your time off school. But it can also be wonderful to stay in Rome during the break. Enjoy the peace and quiet in Trastevere and around campus as most students will be away. By choosing to stay in Rome, you will not…

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