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University of Dallas Rome & the Catholic Church

Rome is a privileged place, an unparalleled vantage point from which to view history, culture, art and the thought that drives these forward. You will explore the basic tenets...

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University of Dallas Summer Rome Program

The University of Dallas Summer Rome Program builds upon the three great pillars of the university: its Catholic identity, its commitment to the liberal arts, and its Rome...

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University of Dallas Shakespeare in Italy Program

This program focuses on Shakespeare and the place that inspired him the most, Italy. You will study three of Shakespeare’s Italian plays (Julius Caesar, The Taming of the...

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University of Dallas Latin in Rome Program

The University of Dallas Latin in Rome program is open to intermediate and advanced students of Latin who want to refine and deepen their understanding of the language and...

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University of Dallas Reviews

Overall Rating

10 / 10

  • Academics

    10

  • Living Situation

    10

  • Cultural Immersion

    10

  • Health and Safety

    10

  • Program Administration

    10

  • Social Life

    10

Absolutely Wonderful!

There are so many things I enjoyed about the Shakespeare in Italy program. From the very beginning I was met with kindness and sincere excitement for the journey I was about to take. The campus itself was beautiful and full of history. The adventures out in the eccentric city of Rome were so amazing. The places themselves that we visited were outstanding. Each of them, though still in the same country, all had a different feel to them. Rome had more people than the rest and was very much alive with its history and culture. Padua was a smaller, peaceful town that had all the elegance of Italy, only expressed in a more subtle way. Venice was colorful and eccentric with its grand palaces and cathedrals. The educated people that led us through these places also lead us through discussions and lectures during class. They were able to talk about the subject manner in an interesting way and some even made songs or jokes to make the information more memorable. For myself, I was able to grow more as an individual and take responsibility for where I was going and what I was doing. It was actually this adventure that strengthened my love of culture and helped me decide to become an English Literature major. The cost of this program is worth every penny and leaves you with more than just college credits, but also memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.

Program: University of Dallas Shakespeare in Italy Program