Rome, also known as the Eternal City, is the capital of Italy as well as the largest city in the country. Rome is perfect if you want to be in a diverse Italian city with easy access to travel in and around Italy and Europe. With its sunny climate, stately umbrella pines, and an unparalleled wealth of history around every corner, Rome conjures up vivid reminders of its rich cultural heritage and glorious past. From the open-air food markets of Campo de' Fiori to the Botanical Gardens in Trastevere that overlook the city, Rome has countless adventures to offer!
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What Our Students are Saying
"The ISA Rome program is fantastic. With a great staff and a wonderful academic environment, you'll have an amazing time exploring Rome, Italy, and Europe! This program changed my life. I feel more independent, more accepting, and more in love with the world."
Alexandra M.Notre Dame of Maryland University
"I really enjoyed studying abroad through ISA. The ISA staff was very helpful, and the excursions they organized were a lot of fun."
Angela C.University of North Carolina – Wilmington
"ISA was great in preparing me for my trip and my time spent abroad. The staff both online and in my country was so helpful and patient that they really made the transition to a whole new country and culture so easy! Love the ISA staff!"
Ella S.Washington State University
"The ISA advisors are top of the line, being knowledgeable and more than helpful with any questions you may have. They were a tremendous help in adjusting me to my study abroad experience. If I had the choice, I would definitely study abroad with ISA again!"
Marc Anthony S.University of Florida
"The on-site staff in Rome was the absolute best. They were so kind and always ready to help at a moment's notice, they will forever be part of my treasured memories of Rome."
Sariah G.Arizona State University
"ISA helped me branch out and mature as a student and a person. It was a great experience that I will value my whole life."
William R.University of South Carolina