Female student posing infront of coliseum in Rome

Rome Campus

Experience life and learning in the heart of Italy’s “Eternal City” while earning your study abroad credits or master’s degree (M.B.A. and M.A.) at a leading American university.

Welcome to St. John’s University’s beautiful Rome, Italy, campus. The campus, which the University established in 1995, combines the unique cultural resources of a great European capital with the world-class courses and faculty of St. John’s.

Student Guide Our Programs

Rome Campus Tour

The campus is centrally located in Rome’s Prati district, close to the Vatican and other historic sites. Students enjoy ultramodern facilities within an historic setting — high-tech classrooms with old-world architectural details; a computer lab with 11 workstations; a wireless broadband network; single, double and triple student residences; and a landscaped courtyard.

Rome Campus Brochure

Students interested in graduate study can complete an entire degree or spend one or two semesters at the Rome campus. Learn more about our renowned academic programs.

Graduate Programs

Rome, Italy Campus
+39 06 393842
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M.A. Program
Office of Graduate Admission
718-990-1601
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Margherita Panzera, Assistant Dean of Rome program
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Undergraduate Programs

Through the Office of Global Studies at St. John’s, undergraduate students can spend a few weeks, a semester, or an entire year gaining knowledge and earning course credit at the Rome campus.

Queens campus
718-990-6105
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Staten Island campus
718-390-4035
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Our Campus

Hallway with students walking and talking

Directions

The Rome Campus is located in the Prati area, and is easily reached by bus or metro. It is two blocks from Via Cola di Rienzo (a major shopping street) and just down the street from the Lepanto metro (Line A) at the intersection with Viale Giulio Cesare.

Class being conducted on the streets of Rome

Learn More

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.

Contact Us

Paolo Bartolini, B.A., M.B.A.
Director, Business Affairs Europe (Bursar, Financial Aid)
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Elisa Bracalente, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Office of Global Studies (undergraduate)
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Cristina Cavalieri, B.A.
Coordinator of Student Life, Rome Campus
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Claudio Marinangeli, B.A., M.B.A.
Director, Information Technology & Operations Europe
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Andrea Notarnicola   
Coordinator of Information Technology and Operations
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Margherita Panzera, B.B.A., M.A.  
Assistant Dean, St. John's College Graduate Division (MA)
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Mauro Sciarra
Coordinator of Building Maintenance, Rome Campus
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Shawn Slon, B.A.
Coordinator of Academics & Program Development, Rome Campus
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Massimiliano Tomassini, B.A., M.B.A.
Assistant Vice President, European Programs
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