If you can travel to Rome, our staff members are happy to meet with you, show you around the facilities and answer any queries you may have. When possible, we can also arrange a meeting with a member of academic staff.
We host regular open events throughout the year for prospective students. You can find out more information about our programmes, life in Rome, job and internship opportunities and entry requirements/admissions procedures.
Whether you are interested in discovering more about our programmes, full or part-time study options or the teaching methods and ethos of the School, this event is an ideal chance to get a taste of what we have to offer. Our Open Days are typically informal, relaxed events and are open to all whether you are thinking about studying with us, or are already holding an offer. They give you the chance to meet with staff and current students in a relaxed and informal environment.
Open Evenings in 2018
- Date to come
Booking usually opens four weeks before each event.
If you are based in the UK, we also attend open events at the Canterbury campus so you can find us there. If you can't attend the open evenings on these dates, don't worry as we are happy to meet prospective students during office hours (Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm).
We recommend emailing the Admissions Officer to arrange an appointment. During term time it may also be possible to sit in on a lecture to give you a taste of studying here.
How to get here
Rome School of Classical and Renaissance Studies is located in the American University of Rome (AUR) on its beautiful campus in the picturesque district of Monteverde.
The nearest major airport to AUR's campus is Fiumicino-Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO).
The nearest train station to the AUR campus is Trastevere Station on the Pisa-Livorno-Roe, Rome-Capranica-Viterbo and Rome-Fiumicino lines.
Plan your journey: https://www.italiarail.com/
By bus and tram
On leaving Trastevere station, take tram 8 towards Largo Argentina. Get off at Via E Morosini and catch bus 44 (in the direction of Montalcini) or bus 75 (in the direction of Poerio/Marino).
The campus is located between two stops: Via Dandolo/Calendrelli and Via Giacinto Carini; both stops are less than 100 metres from the AUR campus.