Temple University

TU Main CampusMain Campus, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
Temple University’s main campus is located in Philadelphia, PA, the second largest city on the east coast of the United States and an international center of education, commerce and culture. It is strategically located for corporate partnerships in a hub of the financial, information technology, medical, pharmaceutical and tourism industries. The University maintains two other campuses in the city of Philadelphia, the Center City Campus and the Health Sciences Campus, as well as three suburban campuses and an education center in Harrisburg, the state capital of Pennsylvania.

Temple University Rome

TU Rome CampusEstablished in 1966, Temple University Rome (TUR) resides in the beautiful Villa Caproni overlooking the Tiber River. TUR offers summer, single semester or full-year programs of undergraduate full-time study in international business, architecture, visual arts, liberal arts and Italian studies. Course work in visual arts is also available at the master’s level. Courses are taught by Temple University faculty from the University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia, as well as faculty from Italy and other European countries. Classes are supplemented with visits to points of interest in Rome and throughout Italy.

Temple University Japan

TU Japan CampusLocated in Tokyo, Temple University Japan (TUJ) is the oldest and largest American college in Japan. Foundedin 1982 to offer American-style higher education to Japanese students, TUJ now offers instruction to students from other countries as well. Its 1,700 students pursue undergraduate degrees in fields such as American studies, Asian studies, English, economics, general studies, history, political science and religion. They may also take graduate courses in business administration, economics, international law and teaching English as a second language. Nearly half its graduate students come from outside Japan.