Maymester: Nursing Rome
Spend the month of May studying in Rome, Italy ...
The Duquesne University Maymester Nursing: Rome gives nursing students the opportunity to have a rich study abroad experience and stay on track with their studies. Designed specifically for Nursing majors, this four-week program will guide students as they explore the Italian health system and come to understand how intercultural interactions will affect them in their future career. May is also a wonderful time to explore the Eternal City as piazzas and cafes come to life under the warm mediterranean sun and locals head to the beach.
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. The University is housed within a private 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. The Duquesne University Italian Campus provides a comfortable and safe environment for a month of living and studying in one of the great cities of the world.
• Capacity is 25 students maximum. (Will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.)
• Must be clear of any outstanding academic or disciplinary actions
Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: Make your Deposit to hold your spot, $500 deposit is due December 1
Spring Semester 2019: An additional $1500 is due by January 31st
How to Make My Deposit
All deposits can be made through your student account. You can access your student account through DORI at www.duq.edu/dori. In order for your spot to be held, you MUST provide your electronic receipt via email to Mary Beth Morris (firstname.lastname@example.org) or bring a paper copy to 601 Duquesne Union.
Center for Global Engagement
School of Nursing Academic Advisors
Karen Bova: email@example.com 412/396-5046
Alana Harteis: firstname.lastname@example.org 412/396-5586
Emily Lottes: email@example.com 412/396-1743
During this four week program, students will take two courses and earn six credits:
Everyone will take:
ARHY 385 Baroque Art in Rome
(satisfies CORE Theme Area: Creative Arts)
Study 17th century art in Rome: Bernini, Borromini, Caravaggio and others. Class on-site at St. Peter's, the Borghese Gallery and in the many beautiful piazzas and churches of Rome.
UPNS 324 Cultural Applications in Clinical Practice
(Required of all Nursing students. Prereq: clinical rotation experience)
Healthcare professionals must deliver culturally competent and sensitive healthcare, and our presence in Rome will facilitate our exploration of cultural issues.
Maymester Nursing Rome 2019 Academic Calendar
May 11 2019 - June 9 2019
|Saturday, May 11||Depart Pittsburgh|
Sunday, May 12
|Arrive in Rome, Italy|
|Monday, May 13||Classes Begin|
|Fri.-Sun.,May 17-19||Academic and Cultural Activities|
|Fri.-Sun., May 24-26||Academic and Cultural Activities|
|Fri.-Sun., May 31 - June 2||Excursion south: Pompeil, Paestum and the Isle of Capri|
Sunday, June 9
|Depart Rome for USA|
Students on the Duquesne's Maymester program spend 4 weeks abroad while earning 6 university credits. The following outlines the program costs:
|Program Fee (Tuition & Room/Board)||$7590|
|Airfare (from Pittsburgh)||Included|
|UnitedHealthcare Global Emergency Coverage||Included|
|Group Excursions and Admissions||Included|
(Costs are based on current currency rates, if these rates increase there will be a surchage applied)
Financial Aid: The Duquesne Financial Aid Office can assist you with summer loan applications. (Tuition exchange/remission and Duquesne Scholarships do NOT apply.)