Undergraduate Programs

General Education Study Abroad Program

The general education study abroad program (semester- or year-long) is designed for students in arts and letters, business, science and engineering. Students enroll in a required "All Roads Lead to Rome" on-site course offered by Notre Dame faculty and can take courses in a wide variety of disciplines in collaboration with John Cabot University.

Applications for this current year are no longer being accepted. 


Rome International Scholars

Students accepted to this semester-long program will pursue an independent research project based in Rome with Notre Dame Faculty supervision. Students will take courses at local universities, live wih Roman families, and carry out internships with local organizations. The inaugural cohort in the spring 2016 received funding to continue their research through the summer.

Applications for this current year are no longer being accepted. 


School of Architecture

Unique among its peers, the undergraduate students in the  Notre Dame School of Architecture spend their entire third year in Rome studying and living in the extraordinary environment resulting from nearly 30 centuries of art and culture. For further information please visit the Rome Studies Program.

Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame has established a study abroad program in collaboration with La Sapienza University, that allows students to spend the Spring Semester of their Junior year in Rome. For further information please visit the AME website.