Studying in Rome
Studying in Rome will allow you to explore a city whose twisting history is unmatched in value by any other city in the world. The World Heritage property embraces the city’s whole historic centre and the Basilica of St. Paul’s Outside the Walls (respectively 11 and 6 minutes away from UNINT University). Studying in Rome will allow you to explore a city whose twisting history is unmatched in value by any other city in the world. The World Heritage property embraces the city’s whole historic centre and the Basilica of St. Paul’s Outside the Walls (respectively 11 and 6 minutes away from UNINT University).
Every corner of the city will remind you of its glorious past. In Rome, archaeological ruins stand next to or lie beneath modern apartment blocks, thus knitting the past with the modern urban fabric and resulting in a perfect mix of rich history, youthful exuberance and bustling culture.
Being first the centre of the Roman Republic, then the capital of an Empire and later the spiritual centre of the Christian world, reflecting the spirit of Renaissance classicism and later embodying that of the Baroque, Rome may be seen as inextricably linked with the history of humanity. This enchanting city is home to hundreds of museums and thousands of churches housing world renowned masterpieces. Studying in the eternal city will allow you to experience first-hand what living in an open-air museum stands for.
UNINT strong international character benefits from its strategic location. Rome’s natureas a crossroads of great cultures makes it a perfect destination to choose when considering to live a study experience abroad which encompasses more than pure academic growth.
Apart from enjoying access to a wide range of international experiences while studying at UNINT University, you will live in a place whose extraordinary cultural ferment is unmatched by any other metropolis on the globe.
The persuasive draws for visitors from every corner of the globe are too many to name. Lee Marshall, Telegraph destination expert, describes Rome’s appeal by stating that for him “the main draw will always be the pulsating energy of a place which lives life as a form of theatre”. Studying in Rome will allow you to experience first-hand the extraordinary vibes of the eternal city’s rhythm of life.
Thanks to Rome’s mild Mediterranean climate, you will have the opportunity to enjoy your freetime by wandering around the city. Those who intend to dig below the surface of the Eternal City will feel free to get lost in its labyrinth of long-forgotten streets, thus discovering its homes, temples and churches.
You will appreciate the democratic nature of a city being capable of enchanting everyone, from art and cinema enthusiasts to fashion and food ones.