LdM Rome students can choose courses in subjects such as sciences, history and classical civilizations, art and literature, international business, political science, film studies, philosophy and religion, and Italian language. Rome’s economic and political heart focuses largely on the exciting worlds of international relations and business, media and communications, and art and fashion. This gives LdM students the opportunity to experience up close the unique charm of modern lifestyle in a millenary capital city.
With its unparalleled history, Rome, the Eternal City and Italy’s capital, functions as both an ancient and modern global center. The city fuses the feel of a large metropolis with small lively neighborhoods and picturesque districts dotted with hills, piazzas, fountains, cobblestone streets and churches. The unique history and resources of Italy’s capital make it a meaningful city in which to study both ancient cultures and contemporary political and international issues. Rome has captivated pilgrims and tourists for centuries, and students will immediately find inspiration in the city’s parks, evocative ruins and Renaissance and Baroque palaces.
Located in the bustling center of the historic city, LdM Rome is fully immersed in the ancient Roman culture. It offers a small “green campus” that actively promotes respect for cultural diversity and the environment according to a specific green policy. This is an important feature of the study abroad experience that LdM Rome puts into practice every day, sharing it with all students: recycling, using recycled paper, saving energy and organizing different activities such as excursions to the Abruzzo National Park, the largest European park, and the Slow Down! Day, an opportunity to get back to a more natural rhythm of life.
LdM Rome is located in an elegant Umbertine palace constructed at the end of the 19th century. The building is situated between two Metro stops, numerous bus lines, and is less than five minutes away from the central railway station (Termini) that connects to the city’s two airports (“Leonardo da Vinci”- Fiumicino and Ciampino). Many of the major sites and monuments of Rome, such as the Spanish Steps, the Quirinale, Via Veneto, and the Trevi Fountain, are within walking distance of LdM.
The premises provide students with an array of services, such as fully equipped classrooms and an art lab, a computer lab with free Internet access and printing for allLdM students. The building also has an extensive Wi-Fi network.
Through the years, LdM Rome has developed a strong connection with its neighborhood: bookstores, coffeehouses, restaurants and other businesses, which welcome LdM students and make them feel part of the city, as well as granting them special offers.
COURSES AT LdM ROME
LdM Rome students can choose subjects such as sciences, history, classical civilizations, art and literature, as well as international business and marketing, political science, film studies, environmental studies, Italian language and more.
For more information, please contact us at CEL@pba.edu!