Gain a global
perspective in leadership this summer!
While the U.S. and European school systems confront many of the
same issues, their approach towards resolving these matters is
often different. Therefore, this 2 week program in Italy aims to
introduce students to the global dimension of education as it
relates to leadership in the US and beyond.
As part of this dynamic experience students gain a unique
perspective in leadership through school visits and service
learning, all while exploring the similarities and differences
between school structures and leadership models in the US and
- EDU 5632: Organization and Administration of the
Elementary and Secondary School Curricula
- EDU 5301: Leadership Values, Decision Making, and
Dates: July 8, 2013 - July 23, 2013
*Please note: Students must arrive in Rome on July 8 and depart on
July 23. If you depart from New York, for most flights you must
leave the day before the arrival date.
Accommodations: St. John’s Rome Campus
Participants will stay on St. John's Rome campus, located in the
culturally rich and centrally located Prati neighborhood of
Rome.The facility is located on the Lepanto subway line, just two
streets from the building. While at Collegio Leoniano you will be
able to walk to the Vatican, or take a short subway ride to the
Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Navona, or the Castel Sant’Angelo.
Meals: Includes Welcome and Farewell dinners, as
well two meal tickets per day.
Professors: Barbara Cozza, Ph.D and Rosalba Corrado Del Vecchio,
Program Fee: $1,990 plus
tuition (airfare NOT included)
*Tuition and airfare are in addition to the
program fee. Please check the tuition based on your school and how
many credits you choose to enroll in while abroad.
- Application deadline: April 22, 2013*
*The Education Leadership program is
accepting applications on a rolling basis. APPLY NOW!!
- Deposit deadline: May 16, 2013
Attention all Graduate Students:
Please be advised that at this time graduate students are
unable to apply through the St. John's UIS system for graduate
level courses. Graduate students must file a paper
application and an approved course option form in order to apply
for this program. Print the Application PDF and course
option form, complete the application and submit to the Office
of Global Studies located in Sun Yat Sen Hall. The Course Option
form should be signed by your Dean or Academic Advisor to ensure
that you will receive credit toward your course of study.