Please select from the available information sessions listed below
Please join the member universities of the AUA (American Universities Abroad) for one of our upcoming online information sessions where we'll be talking about the range of career-enhancing Master degrees offered throughout Europe.
Held virtually, on Zoom, our friendly, interactive, and highly informative sessions will cover the breadth of graduate degrees covered by our member institutions along with information on visas, funding your Master degree, career-pathways post-graduation, and the outstanding benefits that are offered by combining a US education with living and learning in a European location.
Below you will find a range of dates for upcoming information sessions. Just click on the link for the session you would like to attend and enter your details in the form provided.
We look forward to seeing you online!
The Graduate School at The American University of Rome offers U.S. accredited Master Degree programs for both full and part-time students, designed specifically to help promote your career development.
Full-time students can complete our M.A.s in just fifteen months (2 semesters of full-time course work and 1 semester of thesis research/writing), while part-time students tend to take around thirty months (4 semesters of part-time course work and 1 semester of thesis research/writing).
The Graduate School currently offers 3 well-established Master degree programs
Our M.A. programs are specifically designed to nurture the next generation of knowledgeable, practical, and informed problem solvers who will move forward in their chosen fields, prepared to positively address current and future challenges.
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES ABROAD
AUA is a group of private American universities located outside of the United States. Affiliate universities are US regionally accredited, non-profit, and operate on US academic credit systems. AUA members encourage international perspectives and global education. Students attending AUA intstitutions engage in global issues, experimental learning, travel and cross-cultural exchange with an emphasis on global citizenship.