Italian Language Skills for Graduate Studies
M.A. students in all programs are offered the opportunity to take a 30-hour introductory course in Italian Language Skills for Graduate Studies. The course will meet five hours a week (divided into three weekly sessions) over the first six weeks of the semester to best fit in with the academic demands and schedules of all the M.A. programs, and it will be recorded as pass/fail on student transcripts. The course fee is 500 US Dollars or 400 Euros. (A minimum enrollment of 10 students must be met in order for the course to run.)
Why the AUR Graduate School?
- Small class sizes means individual attention
- Our Faculty are outstanding leaders in their fields
- Based in Rome – the crossroads of the ancient and modern world
- Internship opportunities with high profile international organizations
- Affordable tuition fees and living expenses
Conferences & Events
The Democratizing Food Governance conference was held on October 14th and was 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.
Latest updates from the Graduate School community
On January 19th The American University of Rome and FAO are jointly presenting a Seminar to launch the forthcoming publication by Harold Alderman, AUR Visiting Professor, and Lia Fernald The Nexus of Nutrition and Early [...]
The James Beard Foundation's mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor America's diverse culinary heritage through programs that educate and inspire. Students for the M.A. Food Studies program can now apply for a James Beard Foundation [...]
Master’s Students in Sustainable Cultural Heritage attended AUR’s 37th Annual Conference of the Association of Environmental Archaeology
Master's students in Sustainable Cultural Heritage attended AUR's 37th Annual Conference of the Association of Environmental Archaeology addressing “Synthesis and Change in Palaeoenvironmental studies in the Mediterranean.” The conference was held September 29-October 3, 2016 in collaboration [...]