Maymester: Musica Roma
Spend the month of May studying in Rome, Italy ...
The Duquesne University Maymester: Musica Roma gives music students the opportunity to have a rich study abroad experience and to stay on track with their studies. Designed specifically for Music students, this four-week program will guide students as they explore music and history in one of the great cities of the world. May is the perfect time to visit the Eternal City as piazzas and cafes come to life under the warm Mediterranean sun.
Location and Property
History and beauty surround you at every turn in Rome-a city rich in the layers of time.
The Duquesne campus is housed with the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth on a beautiful property west of downtown Rome and just beyond Vatican City and St. Peter's Basilica. Within a walled property enclosing beautiful gardens and walkways, the University has classrooms, computer labs (wireless Internet), a small library, dining room, recreational areas and modern living quarters complete with private bathrooms in each double room. This is a thoroughly comfortable and safe environment for a month of living and studying in one of the great cities of the world
• Opportunities for private lessons with Italian music faculty
• Attend music performances in one of the top cities in the world
• Every weekend includes an academic and cultural outing
• Travel on a 3 day group excursion to other parts of Italy (Bay of Naples & the island of Capri)
• Enjoy Duquesne's beautiful and safe campus complete with wireless internet
• Live in modern air-conditioned double rooms, each with a private bathroom
Online Application: Applications for the 2018 session are being accepted. Start your application today
Musica Roma Application Apply Here
Fall Semester 2017: Apply online and make your deposit $500, deposit by December 1
January 31, 2018: $1,500 due
March & April 2018: Pre-Departure Meetings and Orientation
During these four weeks students will take 3 courses and earn 6 credits:
MUSC 417. The Artistic Imagination in Italian Music (2 credits).
Design and produce collaborative musical projects in performance, composition, and analysis that engage with your Italian experience. An examination of music shaped by Italy's culture, history, and geography will inform your work. Prerequisite: Musicianship IV.
CLSX 210/HIST 210. Caput Mundi: Rome as Center of a Diverse World (3 credits).
Study ancient Rome, but study it onsite as you go to class in the Pantheon, the Colosseum, the ancient Roman Forum and countless sites (satisfies CORE Theme Area: Global Diversity; and HIST CORE requirement).
ARHY 349. Modern Art in Rome (1 credit).
A great way to see more of Rome and to gain a sense of the continuing artistic vitality of this timeless city.
Maymester 2018 Calendar
May 12, 2018 - June 10, 2018
|Saturday, May 12||Depart Pittsburgh|
|Sunday, May 13||Arrive in Rome, Italy|
|Monday, May 14||Classes begin|
|Fri. - Sun., May 18 - 20||Academic and Cultural Activities|
|Fri. - Sun., Mat 25 - 27||Academic and Cultural Activities|
|Fri. - Sun., June 1 - 3||Excursion south to Pompeii, Naples and the Isle of Capri|
|Sunday, June 10||Depart Rome for US|
Students on the Duquesne's Maymester Musica Roma spend 4 weeks abroad while earning 6 university credits. The following outlines the program costs:
|Program Fee (equal to tuition of 6 Music School credits)||$8514|
|Tuition, Room and Board||Included|
|Airfare (from Pittsburgh)||Included|
|United HealthCare Global Emergency coverage||Included|
|3 Weekend Excursions||Included|
(Costs are based on current currency rates, if these rates increase there will be a surcharge applied)
Financial Aid: The Duquesne Financial Aid Office can assist you with summer loan applications. (Tuition exchange/remission and Duquesne Scholarships do NOT apply.)