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Study Abroad Program ITALY Rome Trieste Full SPRING 2023 Summer II 2022 Faculty Led by Dr. Luca Quadrifoglio

ROME, ITALY - Spring 2023 Jan – May, 2023 Faculty-led by Dr. Quadrifoglio ( TAMU@Roma3

- For CVEN all ENGR Dept 6 TAMU Classes offered abroad ( online) 4 weekends Group Tech/Fun trips daytrips 3/4 FREE weekends with Fridays off Two 10-day Breaks Optional INTERNSHIPS 10hr Survival Italian Course Group Meal biweekly Italian Serie A Soccer game! APPLICATIONS: Interest List:

Where? Eng. Dept. Heart of Rome ACCENT @RomaTre University 15 min from students’ Apartments Apts 15 min Bus 20-30 min Metro/Bus Roma Tre University 20-30 min from the center of Rome and our provider ACCENT

Classes offered abroad: Fitting CVEN, and also suitable for other ENGR Depts.(*) [TAMU classes taught by Dr. Quadrifoglio (3) and local faculty (3)] Choose 2 (or more) classes from: CVEN307 – Transportation Eng CVEN311 – Fluid Dynamics CVEN322 – Civil Eng Systems CVEN349 – Civil Eng Proj Mgmt MTDE333 – Proj Mgmt for Eng GEOL320 – Geology for Eng Sub for ISEN302 Count for CoE’s Eng. Proj. Mgmt. Minor on-line: MEEN315, PHIL482, ENGL210, URPN202, ARTS150, ARCH350, FINC409, MGMT309 and more, when offered Mutually exclusive (*)CVEN302 pre-req normally waived/subbed for non-CVEN students

Eligibility If you currently are: A CVEN Junior in 2023: you are the perfect candidate for the 2023 Program. A CVEN Senior in 2023: you can still join, as long as you register for at least two on-site classes in Rome and then fill up your semester with TAMU online classes (if needed) A Sophomore in 2023: you may still join, even though it would possibly be better for you to join in 2024 (as a Junior) A non-CVEN student: you can join more or less easily depending on your Dept.’s rules (IDIS, ISEN, MEEN, PETE, CSCE, CHEN, OCEN, EVEN students joined past programs). Find at least two classes offered in Rome good for your degree plan (usually, but not necessarily, CVEN322 and CVEN349/MTDE333) either as elective and/or as a substitute (i.e.: CVEN322 is an approved sub for ISEN302; CVEN311 is an approved elective for ISEN) and choose TAMU online classes on top.

Typical Week Time 9 - 11 11 - 1 1-2 2-4 4-5 M Class A Lunch Free Arrival Check-in Orientations SERIE A Tu Class B Class C Fridays are off! W Class A Lunch Lunch Class D Class D Free Free Th F Sa Su Free/ Field Trips Free/ Field Trips Free/ Field Trips Class B Class C Lunch Free TBD Calendar 2023 Florence Orvieto/Assisi Spring Break Easter Break Pompeii/Sorrento/Capri Also Daily Tech visits (TBD) Abruzzo Checkout Finals

**Internships** DURING the PROGRAM Supplement for placement only if hired Competitive: up to 10 unpaid internships offered 6-8 hrs/wk, so you can still take 4 classes Placements include Public Institutions, Engineering Firms, Architecture firms, Renewable Energy firms, Italian University Eng. Dept. labs/research Internship support from ACCENT Internship will shine on your CV as ‘International’

Shared Student Apts Experience independent Roman life alongside Italian neighbors 4-7 students per apartment in double/triple rooms Fully-furnished, WIFI, shared common space, kitchen, washing machine Within walking distance from everything you need! OR Family Homestay Includes breakfast daily & dinner M-Th Unique opportunity for independent students to immerse themselves in Italian language and culture Vetted families with ACCENT’s network Private bedroom, shared bathroom, WIFI Typical Roman residential neighborhoods

COST Compare to other A&M Faculty-led Spring Programs Communication (Italy) 13,700 Architecture (Italy) 14,900 Architecture (Germany) 13,500 Estimated Program Fee (subject to change) 8,900 Includes Housing, field trips, group meals, Italian course, transit pass, classroom facilities, IT resources, CISI Insurance Overall 4K extra compared to staying in BCS without accounting for scholarships Does not include Tuition, Roundtrip airfare, other meals, personal expenses Cheap Airfare: 900 roundtrip Scholarships REGULAR TAMU SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIALD AID @ s

Environment/Culture Italy is a very modern and fully developed country. Culturally different, but still part of the ‘western world’, so not a ‘dramatic’ culture shock Rome (almost 3M people) is big and built over centuries of history, so most modern infrastructures need to adapt over an abundance of ancient sites. You cannot expect nor pretend American efficiency . So, be prepare for a bit of disorganization. just try not to get frustrated by it and enjoy the City’s overall magic atmosphere and culture! Space is limited, so things are in general “smaller”

Free weekends ? Stockholm, Helsinki, Oslo, Copenhagen All major cities reachable with cheap short direct flights 2 hr 1 hr



!Pompeii Amalfi Coast Capri!



!Free Weekend?!

Trieste, Italy: Summer II Jun 30th – Aug 1st 2hrs to Venice (train) 1hr to Rome (plane)

Open to CVEN and other ENGR Depts. Class: CVEN322 For non-CVEN students: counts for ENGR Proj. Mgmt. Minor is also a sub for ISEN302 CVEN302 prereq usually waived 3/4 full class days/week (w/breakfast!) Tech/Fun Trips (Vajont Dam/Alps/Cortina, Venice, Slovenia, Croatia) own travel Cheap meals several paid Group meals https://TX.AG/CVENTRIESTE APPLY

Where? 15 min Bus Classes and Dorms 5-10 min Bus @U. of Trieste 5-10 min from the center 15min from the Beach area

Tentative 2022 schedule at a glance Group Meals once a week! Trieste Alps / Cortina Florence FREE FREE Class Cividale Venice Class Check-out Departure from US Class Class Class Class Giant Cave Class Arrival and Welcome & Intro check-in Vajont Dam Alps / Cortina Class Class Florence Class Class FREE FREE Class Final Farewell Dinner Sail in Duino Florence

COST Much cheaper than most other Programs All unused budget will be refunded to you Estimated Program Fee (subject to change) 3,800 Includes Housing, field trips, group meals, Italian course, transit pass, classroom facilities, IT resources, CISI Insurance Does not include Tuition, Roundtrip airfare, other meals, personal expenses Overall 1.5K extra compared to staying in BCS without accounting for scholarships Scholarships REGULAR TAMU SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIALD AID @ s







Study Abroad impact It is a lot of FUN, but not just that! It’s an investment for your FUTURE “Now you might be tight on but you have the time/opportunity to do it. Later on in life you’ll have enough , but likely no time until retirement ” Research studies overwhelmingly show that Study Abroad builds Personal Growth and Self-Confidence improves GPAs, dramatically increases Employability and Career Skills The main REGRET of College graduates is not having participated in a Study Abroad “I am participating in the college of engineering’s first semester long study abroad and it all still feels so surreal! The program was intended for Civil Engineering, but I made it fit for me, an Industrial Distribution major and I am so glad I did! I didn’t imagine I’d be able to experience Italy and Europe in my early 20s, but thanks to TAMU and my family I am! ” -Diana Vazquez, 2019 Participant

Urban Legends I can’t go because . “I don’t know Italian ” [useful but NOT needed] “It’s dangerous/unsafe ”[Simply UNTRUE!] “I don’t know anybody that is going ” [Make NEW friends there!] “I need to know a Professor to go ” [HERE I AM!!]

GRAZIE!! ?QUESTIONS? Faculty: Luca Quadrifoglio Halliburton Eng Global Programs: Past Italy Summer Programs videos!: by Matt James (TAMU student, Rome) by Matt James (TAMU student, Rome) vDSc by Ashley Otte (TAMU student, Rome) by Samantha Wilson (TAMU student, Trieste) by Emily Woodrow (TAMU student, Trieste) by Johnathan Pressler (TAMU student, Trieste) ACCENT ROME Promo Video:

Compare to other Communication (Italy) 13,700 A&M Faculty-led Architecture (Italy) 14,900 Spring Programs Architecture (Germany) 13,500 Overall 4K extra compared to staying in BCS without accounting for scholarships Cheap Airfare: 900 roundtrip Scholarships REGULAR TAMU SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIALD AID

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