Temple University Programs
Temple University Rome offers a semester or academic year program of full-time study designed primarily for third-year undergraduate students. The program is comprised of...
The Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ), study abroad programs offer U.S. undergraduates the opportunity to study in Tokyo for a semester, summer or full academic year....
Temple University Rome offers a four-week graduate seminar designed to bring together the disciplines of aesthetics and cultural studies. In its interdisciplinary thrust,...
Students in the course will participate at the excavation of a Roman villa and its surroundings in Artena, a picturesque hill town approximately 40 miles south-east of Rome,...
For the 61st consecutive year, Temple University invites students of French to spend an unforgettable summer in Paris studying at the Sorbonne. Temple University offers students...
Students will be working at the Sbarro Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, in collaboration the Department of Medicine, Surgery and Neurosciences at the...
Temple's spring semester in Spain program is based at the University of Oviedo in the province of Asturias, one of the most culturally significant regions in Spain. The program...
This program is designed for students who wish to learn more Brazilian culture and civilization. The program provides exceptional educational opportunities for undergraduate...
Temple University Reviews
Summer in Artena
Submitted by Sydney Tushar - Temple University | November 30, 2017
This excavation abroad was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. You experience every aspect of an archaeological dig, hands-on, without the typical dig "hierarchy" of students - the undergraduates can do everything that everyone else can do, in Artena. The living situation was great, just don't expect decent Wi-Fi - or A/C at all (it's very, very hot). Prof. Gadeyne is an incredibly knowledgeable and intelligent man, willing to share any information you could possibly ask of him. It's exhausting waking up at 6 am every day of the week, but the weekends you have to yourself to explore any part of Italy you can reach! Overall, a worthwhile experience, but one month is definitely enough time.
Loved temple Rome
Submitted by Anonymous - - | July 10, 2017
Temple Rome was one of the best experiences that I've ever had. The faculty and staff were great and the opportunities given to students academically and culturally were plenty. Many classes were unique in that they were taught by Italian professors and/or were on-site in the city. There were also events where we were exposed to the Italian culture and lifestyle, creating a highly immersive and educational experience overall.
Academic Year Fall 14'/ Spring 15'
Submitted by Jennifer Hayes - Temple University | April 18, 2016
I am a Temple Main Campus student that studied abroad at TUJ for an academic year, from Fall of 2014 to Spring 2015. The TUJ program provides such a life changing and immersive experience. The staff offers great support to all incoming students and are more than willing to help them throughout the program. My time abroad was such an amazing experience. I was able to learn so much the Japanese culture and myself. Once abroad though you are given numerous outlets for help, it is truly an experience to learn yourself and becoming independent. TUJ is a great school to be at while in Japan. It is on the smaller scale so you have more one-on-one time with professors, staff and students. Because it is smaller you also form friendships easily and quickly with native Japanese students or others studying abroad. The school is located a train ride and even walking distance from major shopping and eating districts. Tokyo is full of spectacular places to shop and eat and just sight see. You always find things to do and discover sights just by walking around. TUJ also offers numerous activities throughout the year. Activities that I participated in involved a traditional tea ceremony, skiing in Nagano, visiting historic castles, an overnight trip on a nearby island and an overnight visit in a mountain side onsen. During my time there I also had the chance to visit Okinawa and South Korea with friends, and participated in an Internship. Overall TUJ is a great program that offers great opportunities to students and unforgettable experiences.
6-Week Study Abroad in Paris
Submitted by Casey Wright - Temple University | April 14, 2016
The 6-week study abroad program in Paris was an experience I will never forget. The courses are taught by native French speakers, but are designed for people who are learning French as a second language. This makes the language accessible and teaches a lot of authentic French culture as well. There are three different options for housing accommodations and meals, so you'll have the freedom to decide what works best for you. I chose to stay in the Foyer because it is the least expensive, but it ended up being the best option for me because staying there made it easier to make friends with everyone in the program. Monday through Friday, you have the freedom to do anything you want after your classes. This is a great time to explore Paris with friends. Then, on Saturdays there are organized excursions which take you to cities outside of Paris. These excursions are included in the cost of tuition, and they are really interesting. What I like the program is that you can really make the experience what you want it to be. It was a great experience, and I learned so much from it. By the end of the trip, people even started asking me if I was French because they couldn't hear my American accent anymore!
The Beauty of Rome through Temple!
Submitted by Bonez - Temple University | February 06, 2016
Not much can compare to casually taking a stroll through the neighborhood, only to stumble upon some ruin that dates back thousands of years. And I have Temple to thank for such an experience. The beauty of Rome is unparalleled, and because of Temple Rome's awesome faculty and resources, I was able to experience it to the fullest. The only gripe I had was with the residence facilities in which we stayed (Fall 2015), but Temple had already solidified plans for relocation when I was preparing to return home.