|A one-month program to remember for a lifetime.|
January 6, 2010. College students who are interested in spending
a month in Rome to expand their horizons, learn more
about Western culture, and grow in leadership skills have a
great opportunity: the Rome Honors Program, sponsored by the
Pontifical Regina Apostolorum College in Rome.
View the flyer here, and view the promotional video here.
The one-month program
begins on May 21 and concludes on June 21, so
students can fly out to Rome just after finishing their
academic year at college. The program includes weekend travel options
within Italy and around Europe, the chance to meet students
from all over the world, and the opportunity to study
the art and architecture of Rome. Students are also given
the option of choosing a second course combining the social
doctrine of the Church and John Paul II’s Theology of
the Body, or a course on the literature of Dante
|The program also offers the chance to meet students from all over the world.|
All classes are in English. Students must have a
3.0 GPA in order to qualify, as well as a
letter of recommendation and a national passport.
The cost is
$3,000 USD, which covers tuition, lodging in a four-star hotel
with daily buffet breakfast, weekday lunch and dinner, and leadership
coaching. It does not cover airfare to Rome or weekend
For more information, contact Br Nathaniel Haslam, LC, at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (39) 06665271 (ext. 38-159).
about the program at the web site www.ilsrome.org and
read more about the Regina Apostolorum at www.upra.org.