U-SoA in Rome

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2020-2021 Rome Program Application
August 31 - December 16, 2020
January 19 - May 12, 2021

The University of Miami School of Architecture sponsors fall, spring, and summer courses in Rome, Italy. Founded in 1999, the Rome Program brings together a select group of upper level undergraduate and graduate students, faculty members, and professionals for an intensive experience in design, drawing, history, and theory of architecture and urban design for one semester. The curriculum is delivered in situ via lectures, studio sessions, workshops, guided walking tours, and fieldtrips. Acceptance to the Rome program is based on grade point average, a portfolio, and an essay of intention.

Application deadline is Monday, November 18, 2019. Application materials may be uploaded to arc.miami.edu/Rome.

Courses

The curriculum includes one design studio and 4 elective courses which are focused on special topics such as drawing, art, architecture history, theory, and urbanism. In addition, workshops and brief intensive seminars may complement the core curriculum. The total number of credits offered in Rome is 18.

Estimated Expenses

$25,200.00 Tuition (Estimate)
$ 3,800.00 Lodging (approximately $42.00/day)
$ 2,889.00 Rome Meals ($27.00 per day)
$ 2,500.00 Program Fee, Inclusive of Field Trips
$ 1,250.00 Estimated Round Trip Air Fare: Miami to Rome
$ 80.00 EU Visa Cost
$ 185.00 AXA International Health Insurance (required by Italian law)
$ 150.00 Permit of Stay (required by Italian law)
$36,054.00 ESTIMATED TOTAL FOR SEMESTER

THE TUITION AMOUNT LISTED ABOVE REFLECTS THE WAIVING OF THE FOLLOWING STUDENT FEES FROM STUDENT ACCOUNTS:  Activity Fee, Student Center Fee, Wellness Center Fee, Health and Counseling Centers Fee, and Athletic Fee

U-SoA Rome Center

The U-SOA Rome Center is located in the historic center of Rome within walking distance of St. Peter’s Basilica. The studio is equipped with a reference library, exhibition and lecture space, workstations, wireless internet access, and scanning and printing equipment. The Rome Center is a bring your own device facility requiring students to use their own laptops. Information on the Center’s technology resources will be provided in a separate document. The Rome Center address is Via del Falco 1/A, Rome, Italy 00193.

Rome Scholarships are available. For more information please contact Rome Director, Prof. Carmen Guerrero, carmeng@miami.edu