February 25, 2010
desire to see the world — and to make her place in it — brought
24-year-old Domenica Sabella ‘10G to majestic Rome, Italy. Two
years ago, the recent college graduate found a job in the press
office at the U.S. Embassy in Rome. The experience convinced her
that, with the right graduate degree, she could build a career in
Domenica chose the Rome campus of St.
John’s University as her path to success. St. John’s, she said, was
well-known as “the only American university in Rome” offering an
M.A. degree program with a concentration in
International Relations. Today, she enjoys the many
advantages of studying at the Rome campus. “The courses give you
outstanding preparation for a Foreign Service career,” said
Domenica. “Then there’s the experiential aspect — students have
access to internships and other opportunities at the U.S. Embassy
and United Nations-related agencies.”
Rome campus of St. John’s University opened in 1995, offering
students the academic resources of St. John’s University combined
with the cultural and professional advantages of the Eternal City.
The campus prepares leaders for today’s global society through the
in Government and Politics and the M.B.A.
program, which provide an in-depth understanding of international
economic and political systems.
Along with a new campus in Paris, France, the Rome campus also
offers courses and housing for students in St. John’s extensive
programs. There are
winter courses in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America and
Africa. Through St. John’s innovative Discover the World program,
students can earn 15 credits living, learning and serving in three
European cities in a single semester.
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