Coronavirus Update

As a result of the recent developments in the measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, it has, unfortunately, become necessary to cancel the McGill @ La Sapienza Summer School which was scheduled to take place in Rome from June 8 to July 4, 2020. We are confident that the Summer School will return in the summer of 2021


McGill Summer Studies in Italy

This June, the Faculty of Arts will launch the McGill Summer Studies in Italy program, offering 30 undergraduate students the chance to participate in an intensive humanities and political sciences program in Rome.



Italy Summer Studies offers two courses pertaining to European migration. 


Full-time undergraduate students in good standing are encouraged to apply.

About La Sapienza

Established in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII, La Sapienza is one of the first universities established in Europe. Organized into 11 faculties and 63 departments, it had 111,000 students, 4000 teachers and 2000 employees, technicians and librarians. It also has 55 libraries and 20 world-renowned museums, further enhancing the overall student experience.



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