American Universities in Europe
June 6, 2006 11:17 AM   Subscribe

What American universities have campuses in Europe?
posted by frecklefaerie to Education (20 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Well, let's start with the obvious. I myself attended NYU in Madrid. NYU also has satellite campuses in London, Prague, Florence, and Paris. I think I heard they're opening a new one, but can't remember if it's in Europe or not.
posted by lampoil at 11:20 AM on June 6, 2006

Their own campuses? Or just study programs abroad?
posted by occhiblu at 11:26 AM on June 6, 2006

Response by poster: Thanks, lampoil, though I did know about NYU. Perhaps I should clarify and say a list of American universities with European campuses would be the most help. :)
posted by frecklefaerie at 11:27 AM on June 6, 2006

Response by poster: occhilblu: Yes, their own campuses.
posted by frecklefaerie at 11:29 AM on June 6, 2006

Don't know of a list, but my alma mater, St. Thomas in MN has a Rome campus. I believe it's quite limited though.

Of course, they didn't have it when I went there. Bastards.
posted by GaelFC at 11:29 AM on June 6, 2006

Notre Dame has campuses in quite a few spots, and facilitated programs in many more.
posted by sciurus at 11:44 AM on June 6, 2006

You could still narrow your definition of "campus", because some universities have class buildings, but not dedicated housing.

The University of Chicago has a Paris center and its Graduate School of Business recently moved their Barcelona campus to London. I'm not sure about housing in either place.

St. Mary's college (indiana) has a class building and library in Rome, but no housing.

And are you counting the American Universities in e.g. Rome and Athens and Paris and Dubai Beirut Cairo Bulgaria London Kyrgyzstan etc.?
posted by xueexueg at 11:57 AM on June 6, 2006

Stanford has nine official overseas campuses: Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, Kyoto, Moscow, Oxford, Paris, Puebla, and Santiago.

Tufts has a campus in Talloires, France.
posted by painquale at 11:58 AM on June 6, 2006

Johns Hopkins has a campus / grad school in Bologna, Italy.
posted by swordfishtrombones at 12:04 PM on June 6, 2006

Loyola University Chicago has the John Felice Rome Center, which they consider their Rome campus. however, I don't think you'd be able to fulfill graduation requirements if you attended only classes at the Rome campus (I could be wrong about that).
posted by crush-onastick at 12:06 PM on June 6, 2006

St. Louis University has a campus in Madrid. They offer limited majors at that campus, though.
posted by Amanda B at 1:17 PM on June 6, 2006

Syracuse University offers a number of options. Dunno about a lot of them, but SU Florence has a couple (smallish) building campus with classrooms, student services and small cafe.
posted by Ogre Lawless at 1:30 PM on June 6, 2006

See also California State University System's setup. (not -a- University, but...)
posted by Ogre Lawless at 1:31 PM on June 6, 2006

frecklefaerie: Are you just making a list or is there a specific field you're looking at studying? I relished my time at the Bologna Center, but it offers exactly one program: a master's in international relations.
posted by kittyprecious at 1:44 PM on June 6, 2006

Miami University has a campus in Luxembourg.
posted by srah at 3:04 PM on June 6, 2006

Columbia has Reid Hall in Paris.
posted by kickingtheground at 4:08 PM on June 6, 2006

It's not American, but Queen's University in Ontario owns a castle in England. Tuition at Queen's for an American is probably competitive with some US universities (not state schools).
posted by GuyZero at 5:51 PM on June 6, 2006

Georgia Tech has a campus in Metz, France (for both grad and undergrad students) and has many other smaller programs for studying abroad.
posted by intermod at 8:46 PM on June 6, 2006

Emerson has a castle in the Netherlands.
posted by brujita at 11:08 PM on June 6, 2006

Temple University has a London and Rome campus.
posted by bkpr at 8:33 PM on February 23, 2007

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