As the saying goes “All roads lead to Rome.” At the Pantheon Institute, we’ve put a new spin on the old proverb. Our goal is to ensure that all roads lead from Rome and into our academic programs - taking every opportunity to utilize the city as an extended classroom and cultural laboratory. We not only harness the unfaultering spirit of Rome and bring it into the classroom - we bring the classroom to Rome. Our position in the heart of Rome is unparalleled. All of our facilities are situated in the historic centre within easy walking distance of each other. Across the piazza from our namesake, the Pantheon, are our administrative offices and several classrooms. The Piazza del Collegio Romano centre features additional classrooms and studio spaces. Architecture students spend many an afternoon sketching designs under
the vaulted ceilings of the Via della Gatta Architecture Studio. Students live in apartments in the historic centre in the Trastevere area. When you study at the Pantheon Institute, Rome is yours to explore. You’ll find yourself immersed in the mysteries of a city where the remnants of ancient empires coexist within the chaotic confines of a modern capital. Between galleries, piazzas, shops, restaurants, ruins, monuments, theatres, and churches, bella Roma is sure to cast its spell on you.
Courses at the Pantheon Institute are taught in the American liberal arts tradition and follow a semester calendar with a 15-week fall session, a 15-week spring session. With the exception of Italian language courses, all instruction is in English. No prior study of Italian is required, but all students must enroll in an Italian course at their appropriate level as a part of their study at the Institute. Fall and spring students enroll for 13-16 credits, including a 4-credit Italian language course. Click here
to view the potential courses.
The Pantheon Institute provides a variety of housing options to help facilitate our goal of giving our students and faculty an unparalleled experience living in the historic center of Rome. Student and faculty apartments are located in the historical center and nearby Trastevere, a scenic walk from our studios and offices across the river.
For more information, visit http://www.pantheon-institute.com/