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Life - January Term 2022

AIFS in Rome Resident Director, January Term Program

AIFS Resident Director

Rosanna Graziani
M.A. in Modern Languages from the University of Florence 

RGraziani@aifs.co.uk

Ciao! I grew up in a beautiful medieval town in central Italy, immersed in nature.

I earned my degree in Florence, where I joined AIFS in 1995 as a teacher of Italian L2.

When I moved to Rome in 2001, I immediately felt spellbound to the beauty, the wealth of art and history, the colors, the energy, and the climate of this extraordinary city.

I am passionate about international education and travelling; as a study abroad student myself, and through the many countries I visited, I learned how empowering and transformational learning about different people and cultures can be.

I am committed to providing a study abroad program of intensive engagement with Rome and Italy and I will support and advise you throughout your stay to ensure that you make the most of your Italian experience.

The Resident Director provides academic advice, introduces you to the community and handles communication with the University.

Housing and Meals

Apartment
Each apartment is privately owned and is unique in atmosphere, size, design, facilities, floor plan, and number of bedrooms.

  • Double rooms (some single rooms may be available)
  • Kitchen supplies and furnishings
  • Washing machine

Homestay
Living with an Italian family gives you invaluable cultural insight and fast progress with the Italian language.

  • Single or double room with another AIFS students, depending on availability
  • Own key
  • Access to kitchen

Internet access is included in all AIFS housing in Rome

All program-arranged accommodations are carefully selected in central, safe and agreeable areas of the city. Please note that a limited number of homestays are available.

Meals

  • Vouchers to be used for breakfast and lunch (or dinner) five days per week for three weeks to use in selected local restaurants, trattorias, coffee shops and grocery stores

Cultural Activities

Learning does not begin or end in the classroom. To help you get a true taste of Italian culture, various activities will be organized such as:

  • Italian cooking classes
  • Food markets
  • Wine tastings
  • Visit to the Vatican Museums, the Colosseum and the Roman Forum
  • Concerts
  • Walking tours
  • Gelato tour
  • Museum visits
  • Italian soccer matches
  • Farewell dinner

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Download PDF with full program details on all AIFS Italy, Rome programs!