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Studies

Students sit on a staircase in Rome.
Photo: DniR

The Institute hosts courses at bachelor's and master's level in art history, classics, Italian, history, and is responsible for an annual inter-disciplinary course about Rome from antiquity to present day.

Study programmes

Students from all Norwegian universities may register to courses in Rome. Three of the courses are taught entirely in Rome, while others may have excursions to Rome as part of their programme.

All courses are in Norwegian, except for the "Italian language and culture" course, which is in Italian.

Please note that the deadlines and admission procedures may be different from other courses at the Faculty of Humanities. Queries should be directed to the department responsible for the course in question.

Autumn 2020

Due to the COVID epidemic, there will be no further taught courses at the Norwegian Institute in Rome in 2020.

Courses taught in autumn

KUN2031/KUN4031 Propaganda Fide. Roman baroque art at the service of the church. (In Norwegian).

ROMA2020 Rome – place and symbol. (In Norwegian)

Courses taught in spring

ANT2210/ANT2211  Rome in Antiquity. (In Norwegian).

KUN2009/KUN4009 Late antiquity and early christian art. (In Norwegian)

KUN2012/KUN4012 Renaissance art in Italy. (In Norwegian).

ITA1110R Summer course in Italian language and culture in Rome. (In Italian).