Ancient and contemporary history, politics, art, culture, language, literature, and economics come alive through regular academic excursions and city-based research projects. The Trinity College Rome Campus is committed to helping students explore Italy’s historical and cultural sites.
Extracurricular activities and trips are an integral part of the Trinity College Rome Campus curriculum, and bring students in direct contact with the people, landscape, history and civilization of Italy.
The Trinity College Rome Campus offers the opportunity to obtain hands-on, experiential learning experience through internships in a mix of settings in Rome, including museums, human rights organization, schools, government and community service.
Whether it's learning how to make fresh pasta in a cooking class or going out to dinner at the favorite local spots with your new Italian friends, Rome will quickly begin to feel like your home away from home.
Learn more about fieldwork opportunities in Rome like hands-on art preservation and survey work in the nearby 5th century Basilica of Santa Sabina and working with the community on cultural events and various types of social support with the Ex-Fenile Project.