Please see the link (top, right column) for Pictures and Dispatches in Rome for the Rome ISP 2015.
The Department of French and Italian offers students the opportunity to study and live in one of the most exciting cities in the world, Rome. No previous knowledge of Italian is required. Students are encouraged to take both one intensive Italian language course and a four-unit Problems Without Passports* course that will explore Italy’s “Lost Generation” of youth from political, economic, and social dimensions, or either course. Excursions to nearby cities, visits to local museums and sites, and many cultural and social events are planned and included in the cost of tuition.
Students live with an Italian family.
The seven-week program is offered at the undergraduate level.
From the Student Safety and Advocacy Overseas resources webpage:
Please Note: It is strongly recommended that all students preparing for an abroad/ overseas studies program get a thorough consultation from the Travel Clinic offered at the USC Engemann Student Health Center: engemannshc.usc.edu/medical/travel-clinic.
The Travel Clinic offers personalized health and travel information to the students of USC. Students will receive consultations based upon their personal health, immunization history and areas of intended travel. Students will be provided with the most current travel information available from the Centers for Disease Control and from a computerized Travel Health Information Service. Every effort is made to enhance students’ travel experience while maintaining students’ optimum health.