Short-Term (Includes J-Term, May Term and Non-Summer Intensive Months)
Internship in Rome
CEA Rome Center
Engage with the Italian workforce while earning academic credit. Rome’s rich history serves as a backdrop for contemporary work environments that are diverse and dynamic in areas ranging from religion to business, marketing, tourism, fashion, education, media, film production, art, and more.
How does modern society balance environmental preservation and ethics with competing forces like immigration, urbanization, and growth? Explore pressing topical issues and enhance your understanding with visits to entrepreneurs, refugee organizations, eco-sites, and local businesses.
Delve into the political, economic, and business implications of globalization as you develop valuable skills applicable across a wide range of career opportunities. Build the international cultural fluency you need to communicate effectively in an increasingly global world.
CEA Rome Center, CEA/Providence College Center for Theology and Religious Studies, Libera Universita Internazionale Degli Studi Sociali
Rome is the ideal place to study religion and theology while immersing into Italian culture. Through this unique partnership between Providence College and CEA, you’ll explore Rome’s rich religious history, all within the wider global context of the city’s theological and cultural characteristics
CEA Rome Center, Libera Universita Internazionale Degli Studi Sociali
Gain the practical and theoretical tools you need to thrive in a globalizing world. This interdisciplinary program, in collaboration with LUISS, allows you to explore relevant topics in politics, economics, and business while building your global competence and cross-cultural communication skills.
Choose from the full range of courses at John Cabot University. Offered jointly by CEA and JCU, you’ll experience student life at a large, degree-granting university with a focus on international students, as well as at the CEA Rome Center.
Spend your summer living in vibrant Rome, immersing into local culture as you gain insight into the worlds of art, archeology, and culture. Enjoy hands-on learning as you go behind the scenes in artists’ workshops, local businesses, vineyards, and more.
Explore Italy’s rich cultural heritage as you engage with the Roman lifestyle. Learn through hands-on experience as you visit the Forum with your archeology professor, attend art history class inside the Vatican Palaces, or work on a team project to explore Italian wine culture.
Study in Rome, where you’ll explore more than 2,000 years of global power and influence. You’ll have the opportunity to enroll in a core engineering course alongside an elective course. Elective courses focus on an aspect of Italian culture, which may fulfill a humanities or social science requirement.