Student Life

What does Rome offer to International Students

Besides the obvious reasons, such as delicious food, charming streets, diverse natural landscapes and history oozing from every crevasse, studying in Rome, Italy is sure to provide more than meets the eye for any study abroad student. With a varied selection of courses and disciplines, international students in Italy can take advantage of all this country has to offer, while pursuing credits in their designated field of interest. The higher education system, student life and estimated costs are all important to keep in mind before choosing a location of study.

Rome is also a lively city at night, full of places to go, from the old Trastevere neighborhood to the very popular neighborhoods of Campo de’ Fiori (where our campus is located), Piazza Navona and Testaccio, just to name a few.

Art is everywhere in Rome. Aside from the well-known treasures of the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica, collections are also housed at the Borghese Gallery and the National Museum of Modern Art. In addition, many churches and cathedrals hide precious masterpieces.

So, why study in Rome? As a result of these higher education system sectors, it is clear that international students in Italy have plenty of options, regardless of interest. Studying at SSM Rome provides a plethora of options for students and is anything but limiting.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you in the eternal city Rome at our wonderful campus at Swiss School of Management.

Ciao!

ABOUT ENTRY VISA AND STAY

Nearby Facilities and Services

Campo de’ Fiori


Trastevere


Spanish Steps


Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica


Borghese Gallery and the National Museum of Modern Art

Our Campus Location Map

Why choose Rome:

1. Culture

Art is everywhere in Rome. Aside from the well-known treasures of the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica, collections are also housed at the Borghese Gallery and the National Museum of Modern Art.  In addition, many churches and cathedrals hide precious masterpieces.

2. Italian Luxury

From Spanish Steps, to Via Dei Condotti, Rome lets you experience the real Italian Luxury: walking through the main shopping streets and visiting the most famous flagship store, is something you won’t ever forget.

3. City life

Rome is also a lively city at night, full of places to go, from the old Trastevere neighborhood to the very popular neighborhoods of Campo de’ Fiori (where our campus is located), Piazza Navona and Testaccio, just to name a few.

4. Italian way of life

Delicious food, charming streets, diverse natural landscapes and history oozing from every crevasse.