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If you are self-motivated, curious about other cultures and aspire to be part of the international community,
then you are AUR.
One of the most important things about attending any university is the environment – and how you’ll fit into it. Come and try a class, talk to our students and admire the view from Janiculum!
We are currently accepting applications for full-time & visiting, Graduate or Undergraduate, Fall 2016 enrolment.
Don’t delay, start your road to Rome today with AUR. If you would like to ‘try-before-you-buy’ then sign up as an audit student.
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The American University of Rome is offering two special classes between the 4th July and the 29th July where high-school age students can try out the University, get a feel for what studying for an American degree feels like and truly experience life at AUR.
Our campus sits on top of the Gianicolo and overlooks the whole of Rome – but we don’t just look. Rome is our classroom and, throughout the year, our faculty and students make use of the history, art, culture, politics and life of Rome as part of their learning experience – and so will you.
The ‘Citizenship in a global era’ conference is presented by:
Federal Bar Association, Immigration & International Law Sections and the Chicago Chapter\
John Felice Rome Center of Loyola University of Chicago
Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance of Stanford University
University of Notre Dame, Keough School of Global Affairs and Rome Global Gateway
The American University of Rome
The call for submission of papers and early-registration to the Democratizing Food Governance conference are now open. This conference is hosted by The American University of Rome in collaboration with the Economics, Management and Institutions Department of the University of Naples Federico II, the University of Vermont and University College Cork and supported by Fulbright and the European Society for Rural Sociology.
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At its 2016 Commencement, The American University of Rome was proud to confer upon Oscar Farinetti, founder of Eataly, the degree of Doctor of Business Honoris Causa. “Today, we are honored” stated Richard Hodges, President of The American University of Rome, “to offer your entrepreneurial vision and innovative business model as an example of success and achievementread more
The American University of Rome’s Class of 2016 celebrated Commencement on Friday 20 May in the beautiful gardens of Villa Aurelia, on the Janiculum Hill. The class of 2016 was AUR’s largest graduating class to date and saw both Undergraduate and Graduate students presented in front of an audience of family, friends and dignitaries from around the globe – we congratulate them all.read more
Harry Shindler: Veteran and Activist A British veteran of the Italian campaign in the Second World War, and an active campaigner to recognize fallen servicemen and those who supported escaped prisoners and refugees, Harry has campaigned with distinction and dignity to remember those who served the Allied cause. Harry Shindler is a veteran of the 8th Army’sread more