About the Rome Campus
The Rome Campus of St. John's University recruits a diverse, international student body. Studying abroad in Rome allows students to prepare themselves for the global arena; learn about international business and political issues; participate in internships at UN agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and embassies; thrive in a comfortable and supportive academic environment; enjoy new experiences; and cultivate life-long friendships with other students from all over the world.
To prepare students for success in the global marketplace, St. John's offers a truly international academic experience. Our students are also encouraged to study on our campuses in New York. All course offerings on the New York campuses are open to graduate students enrolled in Rome. In addition, U.S. financial aid and scholarship funds apply in Rome just as they do at our New York campuses.
As a metropolitan university, St. John's is an integral part of New York City with easy access to the commercial and cultural resources of Manhattan. For students seeking a global perspective, living and studying in NYC is a major educational advantage.
Teamwork and Leadership
Successful businesses and organizations employ teams of individuals to seek solutions to problems. St. John's graduates achieve success because they learn to work in a team-oriented environment where students from different professional backgrounds collaborate with the faculty to understand and solve business-related problems.