The University of Notre Dame is home to a significant number of scholars whose research and teaching focus on Italy, making the University a preeminent center for interdisciplinary Italian studies outside of Italy. Thanks to its exceptional resources, outstanding faculty, and innovative institutional initiatives, Notre Dame offers unparalleled opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students.
Graduate students at Notre Dame may pursue graduate degrees in Italian Studies through the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures or may approach Italy through several affiliated programs at the University.
Undergraduate students may find their way to Italy via one of the nine different tracks for a major or minor in Italian through the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures or my take another approach to Italian Studies by pursuing a major or minor through an affiliated program.
Through its Study Abroad Office and its Rome Global Gateway, both operated under the aegis of Notre Dame International, the University offers several opportunities to study, research, and intern in Italy.