In this 6-week, 6 credit program, you’ll live at Notre Dame’s Roman Villa and attend class in Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway, just blocks from the Colosseum — both in the heart of Rome.
In addition to classes in the Rome Global Gateway, Notre Dame engineers participate in Papal audiences, tour the Colosseum, St. Peter’s, and Scavi and San Clemente.
You’ll also visit Orvieto, the small city perched on a rock cliff in Umbria. Students live in the Notre Dame Villa with modern dorm-apartment rooms in the heart of Rome.
The program is open to all Engineering students.
All students enroll in both of the following courses for a total of 6 engineering credits.
- EE 34001: Electric Communications & Information Transmission
- EE 44175: Ethics and Professional Issues in Engineering
EE 34001 will give students a basic understanding of the latest trends in communication and power grid technologies, along with the opportunities and challenges that those technologies present.
June 26 – August 6, 2022
You’ll live in the Notre Dame Villa with modern dorm-apartment rooms in the heart of Rome.
The Villa is a three block walk to the Rome Global Gateway.
The 2022 program fee is $8,300, plus a $200 University Study Abroad Administration Fee.
The program fee includes the cost of 6 Notre Dame engineering credits; accommodations; GeoBlue international health insurance; all program academic outings and field trips; and on-site program support from Notre Dame faculty and Global Gateway staff.
It does not include the cost of airfare, meals, or airport transportation; passport/visa fees; international cell phone/plan; or personal spending money.
All students are considered for need-based engineering scholarships to help unwrite program costs.
Applications will be accepted between September 23, 2021 and November 1, 2021.
Program assignments and waitlist notifications occur before Christmas break.