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After careful consideration and planning, and in compliance with Italian regulations regarding Covid-19, on May 13, 2021, Temple University Rome welcomed a limited cohort of study abroad students to Rome for a 100% in-person Summer I 2021 semester. Click here to learn about our preventative measures and Covid-19 protocols. In addition, click here to view Fall 2021 updates for the Rome Entry Year Program.

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Rome Entry Year Timeline: From Rome to Philadelphia on image of ancient columns. Text reads: Year 1 build your foundation, Year 2 begin shaping your future, Year 3 explore your career path, Year 4 graduate and follow your dreams! A red silhouette of a plane with dot paths is placed between "From Rome" to "To Philadelphia"
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Header in cherry: "Global" Subheader in black: "Campuses located in Pennsylvania, USA; Rome, Italy & Tokyo, Japan 1,000+ Temple students study abroad each year with 80+ countries to choose from 340,000+ alumni from all 50 states and 143 countries"
Header in cherry: "Individualized" Subheader in black: "41% of classes have fewer than 20 students 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio 40+ undergraduate majors starting in Rome Variety of on-campus resources provide students with around-the-clock support"

Temple Rome News & Events

11 June

JOB OPENING: Senior Technical Support Specialist

The Senior Technical Support Specialist is responsible for providing technical support and consultation to faculty, adjunct instructors,…

11 June

Temple Meets its Next President

President-elect Dr. Wingard laid out plans to amplify Temple’s excellence, enhance the university’s value proposition and engage…

9 June

Dwaine Duckett, TUR ’84, Named CHRO of Penn Medicine

Dwaine B. Duckett, TUR ’84 has been named Penn Medicine’s senior vice president and chief HR officer….


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