Founded in 1962, the John Felice Rome Center is the oldest, continuous American global education program in Rome. Our program welcomes students for full-year, semester, and summer sessions from a number of universities. Its varied course offerings give students the opportunity to make Rome their classroom, guided by our international faculty and staff. Our dedicated student life staff builds community through the inter-mural calcio league, group dinners and trips throughout the city and Italy. Become a part of our JFRC tradition and learn how a global education in Rome is as far from the ordinary as you can get.
Spend time with Rome as your classroom! The John Felice Rome center offers courses in a wide variety of disciplines, including but not limited to Classical Civilization, Fine Arts, Film, Music, Fashion, Architecture, Sculpture, Communication, Political Science, History, Literature, Philosophy, Business and others. Classes are taught in English, and students will benefit from independent living within the Italian capital, gaining an opportunity to immerse themselves in Roman life and the history that Rome has to offer.