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Rome, Italy
With the goal of encouraging appreciation of Italian culture, the Italian Cultural Center (ICC) Scholarship played an instrumental role in students’ study abroad experience this past summer.
Group shot of students posing infront of St. John's Rome Campus
Seeking to preserve the history and beauty of the Eternal City, students enrolled at St. John’s University’s Rome, Italy, campus volunteer with Retake Roma, a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping fight urban decay.
Two students walking on campus
Reflecting St. John’s enduring commitment to offer students a global campus, this summer the University marked the 10-year anniversary of the opening of the popular Paris location, a fixture in its popular study abroad programs.
Filippo Piscopo, an adjunct faculty in the Division of Mass Communication (College of Professional Studies), Television and Film degree program, and Lorena Luciano won the award for Best Director at the 64th Taormina Film Festival held last July 14-20, 2008 in Sicily
Tawain 2018
Facing students from various prestigious universities from all over the world, students from St. John’s University finished 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th in the International Council for Small Business 2018 Academy Pitch Competition on June 29, 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Joyce Boland DeVito
Joyce Boland-DeVito, Esq. LL.M., J.D., M.B.A. (Administration & Economics) recently published: “Creating Stability in the International Fashion Industry by Using Corporate Structures and Conglomerates” in DePaul University’s Law School’s DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal in Volume 16, Issue 2 (2018)
Scandinavia street covered with snow
The Division of Mass Communication has introduced a new course, Mass Communication in Scandinavia.
Students at Cliffs of Moher
After St. John’s announced that Limerick, Ireland, would become part of the popular Discover the World: Europe program, 198 students made the trip overseas in January to become the first cohort to experience this historic city.
St. John's Among Top-30 Universities for Study Abroad Participation
With more than 44 percent of St. John’s undergraduates choosing to earn credit by living and learning in other countries, the University has risen to 27th place nationwide in study abroad participation, according to The Institute of International Education (IIE).
Students at Embassy
As six St. John’s University students ascended the 6,500 foot Mount Mbapit in Cameroon this past summer, they laughed recalling the requirement to train with intense cardio in the SJU Fitness Center before joining the study abroad trip.