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Rome School

Duration

2.5 weeks

Study Mode

Intensive

Attendance

In-person, in Rome

Structure

1 unit (6 credit points)

Tuition

Start Dates

Take the rare opportunity to explore the rich history and culture of Rome and Florence with a cohort of like-minded participants. The intimate class sizes will allow you to submerge yourself into an in-depth study of Philosophy or Latin. Your daily guided tours, which are thoroughly tailored for the courses and run exclusively for the program participants, will show you the Eternal City through the eyes of the ancient writers to ensure a truly unique experience.

Campion College will hold this two and a half week program at St. John’s University campus in Rome, located within walking distance from Vatican City, and in Florence. The program will include a combination of lectures and tutorials, along with guided tours of all main attractions in the two major Italian cities.

The next Rome School will be held in 2023 or 2024. Participation is open to Campion students and the general public.

Participants will have the option of enrolling in one of two units, typically units in Classical Latin and philosophy.

Specific units will be announced in due course.

 

Current Campion students should speak to the Dean of Studies regarding enrolment in Rome School.

Members of the general public may enrol as either a Miscellaneous (credit-earning) or Auditing student. Final assessments for the credit-earning students will be held on return to Sydney. Non credit-earning students will not be required to submit any assessments. Non-Campion students should get an approval from their home institution before enrolling as credit-earning students.

Click here to complete the Miscellaneous/Auditing Form. 

Tuition

Credit-earning students: $1,995 (eligible students may seek full or partial deferral through FEE-HELP).
Non credit-earning students: $990.

 

Land Component

The land component cost is approximately $3,000 (based on twin share) and includes accommodation in Rome and Florence, walking and bus tours (including entry fees), as well as other activities. Further details and a confirmed price will be announced in due course.

 

Other Costs

Students should make their own arrangements regarding flights to/from Italy, travel insurance and airport transfers. Participants should allow for up to €20 per day for meals and other incidental costs.

The learning outcomes for Rome School will be available once the units of study (typically units in Latin and Philosophy) have been announced.

Should I enrol as a Miscellaneous or Auditing student?

This really depends on your individual circumstances. If you would like this unit to be recognised by a tertiary institution either now or in the future, we recommend enrolling as a Miscellaneous Student. However, it is important to note that each institution has its own guidelines for recognising prior learning. If you are currently enrolled in a course and intend to use this unit for credit, we encourage you to speak to your institution before enrolling. If you are interested in undertaking this unit purely out of personal interest, enrolling as an Auditing Student is likely best.

 

Who can I contact for more information?

For more information on Rome School, please contact our Student Recruitment Manager on (02) 9896 9303 or email study@campion.edu.au

Take the rare opportunity to explore the rich history and culture of Rome and Florence with a cohort of like-minded participants. The intimate class sizes will allow you to submerge yourself into an in-depth study of Philosophy or Latin. Your daily guided tours, which are thoroughly tailored for the courses and run exclusively for the program participants, will show you the Eternal City through the eyes of the ancient writers to ensure a truly unique experience. Campion College will hold this two and a half week program at St. John’s University campus in Rome, located within walking distance from Vatican City, and in Florence. The program will include a combination of lectures and tutorials, along with guided tours of all main attractions in the two major Italian cities. The next Rome School will be held in 2023 or 2024. Participation is open to Campion students and the general public.

Participants will have the option of enrolling in one of two units, typically units in Classical Latin and philosophy.

Specific units will be announced in due course.

 

Current Campion students should speak to the Dean of Studies regarding enrolment in Rome School.

Members of the general public may enrol as either a Miscellaneous (credit-earning) or Auditing student. Final assessments for the credit-earning students will be held on return to Sydney. Non credit-earning students will not be required to submit any assessments. Non-Campion students should get an approval from their home institution before enrolling as credit-earning students.

Click here to complete the Miscellaneous/Auditing Form. 

Tuition

Credit-earning students: $1,995 (eligible students may seek full or partial deferral through FEE-HELP).
Non credit-earning students: $990.

 

Land Component

The land component cost is approximately $3,000 (based on twin share) and includes accommodation in Rome and Florence, walking and bus tours (including entry fees), as well as other activities. Further details and a confirmed price will be announced in due course.

 

Other Costs

Students should make their own arrangements regarding flights to/from Italy, travel insurance and airport transfers. Participants should allow for up to €20 per day for meals and other incidental costs.

The learning outcomes for Rome School will be available once the units of study (typically units in Latin and Philosophy) have been announced.

Should I enrol as a Miscellaneous or Auditing student?

This really depends on your individual circumstances. If you would like this unit to be recognised by a tertiary institution either now or in the future, we recommend enrolling as a Miscellaneous Student. However, it is important to note that each institution has its own guidelines for recognising prior learning. If you are currently enrolled in a course and intend to use this unit for credit, we encourage you to speak to your institution before enrolling. If you are interested in undertaking this unit purely out of personal interest, enrolling as an Auditing Student is likely best.

 

Who can I contact for more information?

For more information on Rome School, please contact our Student Recruitment Manager on (02) 9896 9303 or email study@campion.edu.au