The University of Rome Tor Vergata was established in 1982: it is therefore a relatively young University. It was designed on the model of Anglo-Saxon campuses: it stretches on 600 hectares and hosts important research institutions, such as CNR and the Italian Space Agency - ASI.
The University of Rome Tor Vergata is structured in 6 Schools (Economics; Law; Engineering; Humanities and Philosophy; Medicine and Surgery; Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences) which are organised in 18 Departments.
The University of Rome “Tor Vergata” develops thematic and inter-disciplinary research programmes with first-class institutions (at national and international level) and the best universities worldwide.
At present 99 projects are funded by the EU within the 7th Framework Programme and 42 projects are funded through other European and international programmes.
Tor Vergata University of Rome offers a variety of career services tailored to enhance the students experience during and after their study career. The Placement Office for example organises several career days among university faculties. Also the alumni associations are often promoting events created to help students meet with the most influential companies in the market.
The Welcome Office offers advice and guidance on all aspects of moving to Italy helping and supporting during all the year with: stay permit, fiscal code request, bank account, access to Italian health system, general information about courses, scholarships and grants opportunities, life in Rome and other useful services for international and national students.
CampusX is the best-closest accommodation service offered by Tor Vergata University.
CampusX is the largest students’ resort in Italy: join the COMMUNITY CampusX and meet your 1.000 room mates!
Within the complex surrounded in 15.000 sq. metres of green-belt area, you can have the chance to choose the type of apartment you like the most, starting from € 270/month and many services included;
Each School is provided with its own library, teaching and research facilities, reading rooms, laboratories, canteens and green areas where students can experience a real campus life.
Wi-Fi is available across the entire Campus is available, with no time limits.
The Campus hosts one of the most modern hospitals in Italy, i.e. University Hospital Tor Vergata, a care and research centre which is a reference point for the whole Lazio region and where our Medical School is active as well.
The University is situated close to Exit 19-20 of Rome’s Grande Raccordo Anulare, it is well connected and easily reachable. In addition to public transport connections (underground, buses), a free shuttle bus to Tor Vergata railway station was set up too.
The University of Rome Tor Vergata is located on a six-hundred-acre campus and hence has a natural vocation for sports. Sports facilities consist of two 5-a-side soccer fields, a tennis court, a basketball court and a volleyball court. They integrate with a number of private sports facilities close to the campus which are University partners in order to offer students, professors and technical and administrative staff a diverse range of sports disciplines.
An ancient African proverb says: “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”.Student activities are supported by Tor Vergata University. The main purpose of student associations is to meet other students and have a good time during their years of study!Being a big Campus, Tor Vergata has many student associations, each of them with their own character.A student association is specifically for students and completely run by students.
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Well, it has been a good experience so far despite the difficulty, which I see as something normal. The lectures are well organised but more theoretical based than practical. Initially, some of the core courses appeared to be difficult for me but as time goes on, I started improving well.
the time I spent in the university was really intense. I really appreciated the professors-students interactions and the final theoric preparation I achieved. I would have liked to have more practical experiences in lab.
happy experience, professors of the highest professionalism and culture, the course sins of organization in the administrative part.