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Tor Vergata University of Rome, also known as the University of Rome II (Italian: Università degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata"), is a public research university located in Rome, Italy. Its current president is Giuseppe Novelli, a professor in the Faculties of Medicine and Surgery. It was established in 1982 with the goal of providing high-quality education for students preparing to meet the ever-evolving needs and opportunities of the 21st-century workforce. Located in the southeastern suburb of Rome, the university combines a liberal arts tradition with emphasis on career orientation in the field of Economics, Engineering, Sciences and Medicine. Many professors of the university are important members of the Italian cultural and political environment.

The mission of the University of Rome Tor Vergata is to contribute to people’s education and training, to scientific research and to the technological, organisational and social innovation needed to achieve a truly sustainable development in Italy, Europe and worldwide pursuant to the Sustainable Development Goals approved by the United Nations in September 2015.

As the implementation of the actions needed to accomplish such ambitious purpose requires high skills and management of complex processes, not only is the Tor Vergata University deeply committed to excellent education and scientific research, but it also closely cooperates with the private sector, public institutions and non-profit organisations at national and international level. This aims at favouring the adoption of policies and behaviours focusing on sustainability both in terms of well-being for people and ecosystem conditions.

Tor Vergata aims at playing a leading role in research and education, as well as in technological, economic, organisational and social development in order to become not only a ‘sustainable University’ but also one of the best European Universities by 2025.

University of Rome Tor Vergata is committed to being an open space to develop advanced and high-quality knowledge, lifelong learning and training for youngsters and adults, to conceive and experiment innovative solutions hence achieving sustainable development. Moreover, it holds in high regard the professionalism and integrity displayed by the faculty as well as the administrative, technical and library staff, granting appropriate working conditions and minimising its impact on the environment.

Tor Vergata University cooperates both with similar national and international bodies and with public and private research institutes, promoting the internationalisation of teaching and research, investing in lifelong learning for teaching and administrative staff, pursuing the development of existing resources to be exploited in the most efficient way. This can also be done thanks to the constant evaluation of the achieved results (measured through performance indicators based on the best international practices) and the adoption of groundbreaking organisational structures and technological equipment.

Tor Vergata University is committed to demonstrating its value in order to enhance its reputation among Italian citizens and potential foreign students, the national and international academic community, as well as profit and non-profit institutions and companies. University of Rome Tor Vergata pays particular attention to its relationship with the Municipality of Rome and its territory, so as to contribute to improving the quality of life for citizens and future perspectives for firms and institutions living and operating there.

  • Faculty of Law

  • Faculty of MM.FF.NN.

  • Faculty of Literature and Philosophy

  • Faculty of Medicine and Surgery

  • Faculty of Engineering

  • Faculty of Economics

The place name of "Tor Vergata", given to an estate of the Roman countryside located between the streets Tuscolana and Casilina, would refer to a tower built with alternating bands of tuff and bricks, so "vergata". Today Nothing Remains of the Tor Vergata of the farmhouse and the adjacent village, which were to be located within the campus, where Villa Gentile stands. the first historical citation of the place name appears in a notarial deed of 1361.

The University was established as the second State University of Rome by law 771 of November 22, 1972, which also outlines the first organizational modalities of the university campus.

A bill (S. 1596/1971), whose first signatories were John Pieraccini, Alberto Cipellini and Mario Vignola of the Italian Socialist Party, had been presented to the Senate of the Republic during the sixth Legislature, and approved unanimously by the standing committees, joined cases VII and VIII in the seat, acting on the 7th of December 1971. However, the early end of the Legislature truncated the legislative process. In the seventh legislature, two identical bills were presented to the Senate again, which were unanimously approved in a unified text on August 3, 1972 and then sent to the Chamber of Deputies for final approval.

In 1980 the University proceeded to purchase its first headquarters, a large motel in the Romanina area overlooking the grande raccordo anulare, home of the rectorate and the Faculty of law until February 28, 2018. The same building was resold by the University in 2006 to finance the construction of the new campus facilities with the resolutions of 1 March 2018 and 22 May 2018, the Registered office, the rectorate and the Faculty of Law moved to the new complex  located in via Cracovia 50.

The teaching activity began in 1982  with the faculties of Engineering, Law, Medicine, Science and letters. In 1987 the Faculty of Economics was established.

Already in 1981 the University had also purchased the prestigious headquarters of villa Mondragone,  one of the most beautiful of the so-called "Tuscolane" villas, located in the territory of monte Porzio Catone.

The University in 2006 received a donation of about 100 million euros from the spouses Sebastiano and Rita Raeli, owners of a chain of Roman hotels, which each year allows to finance 300 scholarships of 5000 euros in favor of the best graduates of the University. This is the largest donation to a university Institution in Italy by private individuals

Non-EU Students resident abroad

The procedures for the registration to the Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree programs and Single Cycle Degree programs for the non-EU citizens residing abroad follow the ministerial dispositions that certify each year terms and modalities for the submission of the pre-enrollment application at the the Italian diplomatic-consular Representation, validation of the titles and study visa.

Choose a course

In order to apply to the University there are 3 major steps you will need to complete for the enrollment: The first thing you need to do is choose which course you want to enroll to: procedures, deadlines and requirements may vary depending on programme/course. 

Admission requirements: Bachelor Degree Programs and Single-cycle Degree Programs

It is mandatory to hold a diploma obtained abroad after 12 years of education minimum and which allows you to enroll in a university in your Country. In case the local educational system provides for shorter patterns, it is necessary to prove you attended university, and passed the exams expected, for a number of years such as meeting the requirement of the 12 years of education, or holding a title of post-secondary studies obtained in Non-University higher education Institutes. It is additionally required the passing of an academic qualifying examination, where required in your Country (e.g.: GAO KAO in China; Vestibular in Brasil; Selectividad in Spain; etc.).
It can be considered in the 12 years also the pre-school year if the attendance was mandatory and part of the curriculum and in case in the pre-school program was provided with the teaching of reading and writing of the language of that given Country and smattering of calculus.

For further information about the validity of titles obtained abroad, please check the ministerial procedures published at the following link:
www.studiare-in-italia.it, in particular the Attachment n.1 for what concerns the US title (American High Schools Diploma), the UK title, Greek title or those issued by University institutes of ecclesiastical studies based in Italy approved by the Holy See, and the Attachment n.2 for the Italian title obtained in “scuole di frontiera” or Italian sections of foreign schools, international Baccalaureate, schools of the Republic of San Marino, obtained in foreign schools based in Italy or other European schools.

For Bachelor’s and Single-cycle Degrees:

  • Original of the final Diploma of the high school, obtained after at least 12 years of school, or the replacement certification according to the regulations;
  • Certificate that states you passed the academic qualification test for universities in your Country (Selectividad in Spain, Prova de Aferiçao o Prova Geral de Acesso ao Ensino Superior in Portugal, ecc..);
  • 2 photographs (one of them to be authenticated by the Italian competent authorities abroad)
  • Copy of the letter of admission, when provided.

Should the secondary education qualification have been released after less than 12 years of education (attachment n.1), the following should be included:

  • the certificate declaring the partial academic studies already completed;
  • a post-secondary qualification gained in a non-university higher education Institute; the foundation course certificate awarded by Italian higher education institutions as a supplementary qualification of the foreign scholastic path.

Note that the abovementioned additional or complementary certifications of titles obtained with less than 12 years of education allow the enrollment to the first academic year and cannot be evaluated for enrollment with abbreviation of course in order to avoid a double evaluation of the same titles.

Bachelor / Single-cycle program: Enrollment Documentation 

Either a true copy of the final title obtainedafter at least 12 years of education, accompained by the Statement of Comparability issued by the CIMEA. Or a true copy of the final title obtained after at least 12 years of education, with official translation in Italian and validated by the Italian competent authorities in the Country of the educational system attended. This validation is not necessary if the certification presents the “Aja Apostille”; accompained by the original of the Declaration of Value of the final title issued by the Italian competent authorities for the territory.

In case the title is obtained after less than 12 years of education, then you must provide:

a) Certification of the partial academic studies accomplished with official translation in Italian and validated by Italian competent authorities. This validation is not necessary if the certification presents the “Aja Apostille”.
b) Academic title obtained in a Non-University institution with official translation in Italian and validated by Italian competent authorities. This validation is not necessary if the certification presents the “Aja Apostille”.
c) Certification of a foundation course released by the Italian secondary school institutions as complementary title of the schooling abroad.

Note that the abovementioned additional or complementary certifications of titles obtained with less than 12 years of education allow the enrollment to the first academic year and cannot be evaluated for enrollment with abbreviation of course in order to avoid a double evaluation of the same titles.

  • Copy of the certificate that states the student passed the proficiency test for the access to the universities if expected and mandatory in your home Country (Selectividad in Spain; Prova geral de Acesso in Portugal; etc.) with official translation in Italian and validated by Italian competent authorities. This validation is not necessary if the certification presents the “Aja Apostille”.
  • Copy of the Residence Permit or copy of the receipt of stay permission request.
  • Copy of the Fiscal Code.
  • 3 passport size photos.
  • Copy of the Italian language certification level B1/B2 (for courses taught in Italian).
  • Copy of the pre-enrollment with authenticated signature of the Italian Diplomatic authorities in your Country.
  • Copy of the passport pages with your personal data and visa.
  • Copy of the Health Insurance.
  • Copy of the letter of admission, when provided

Admission requirements: For Master Degree courses (two-year program)

You are required to own a title obtained in a foreign university or a post-secondary title achieved in a Non-University higher education Institute which allows you to continue your studies in the academic institutes in your Country.

  • Academic qualification gained from a University or post-secondary qualification gained in a non-university Higher Education Institute which allows them to proceed on-site to further studies at academic institutions at the next level;
  • Certificate released by the competent University declaring the exams passed, as well as, for each subject, detailed programmes for the completion of said qualifications. The student can check at the time of publication of the places that each University reserves for the single degree courses, if and for which foreign languages the translation for said certificate has been exempted. Post-secondary studies (exams and credits) already gained can be certified by the “Diploma Supplement”, where in place;
  • 2 photographs (one of them to be authenticated by the Italian competent Authorities abroad)
  • Copy of the letter of admission, when provided.

Master Degree program (two-year program): Enrollment Documentation 

True Copy of the academic title obtained in a University or post-secondary title obtained in a Non-University institution which allows, in your Country, to continue your studies in an academic institution; accompained by the Statement of Comparability issued by the CIMEA. 

Furthermore, it is required the transcript issued by the competent University which states the exams passed with official translation in Italian and validated by Italian competent authorities; as well as, for each subject, the description of the programs attended to obtained the mentioned title. The transcript can be replaced by the “Diploma Supplement”. Or True Copy of the academic title obtained in a University or post-secondary title obtained in a Non-University institution which allows, in your Country, to continue your studies in an academic institution; such title equipped with official translation in Italian and validated by the Italian competent authorities in the Country of the educational system attended. This validation is not necessary if the certification presents the “Aja Apostille”; accompained by the original of the Declaration of Value of the final title issued by the Italian competent authorities for the territory.

Furthermore, it is required the transcript issued by the competent University which states the exams passed with official translation in Italian and validated by Italian competent authorities; as well as, for each subject, the description of the programs attended to obtained the mentioned title. The transcript can be replaced by the “Diploma Supplement”.

  • Copy of the Residence Permit or copy of the receipt of stay permission request
  • Copy of the Fiscal Code.
  • 3 passport size photos.
  • Copy of the Italian language certification level B1/B2 (for courses taught in Italian).
  • Copy of the pre-enrollment with authenticated signature of the Italian Diplomatic authorities in your Country.
  • Copy of the passport pages with your personal data and visa.
  • Copy of the Health Insurance.
  • Copy of the letter of admission, when provided

Important: All the documents in a foreign language must provided with official translation in Italian and consular validation (you can refer to local translators and then request the Italian competent authorities in your Country to certify the compliance of the translation. This legalization is not necessary if the certificate reports the Apostille Aja).

Italian Language Test

Unless you choose a program entirely taught in English, you will have to sit for the test of Italian language and pass it in order to be admitted to the programs. In case you do not pass the test, you cannot enroll and you will have to leave Italy before the expiry date of your visa. The test of Italian language will take place on 2nd September 2019 according to the agenda of the MIUR, a passport and study visa (or temporary residence permit issued by the competent Questura (you can find more information on our website www.uniroma2.it).

The test of Italian is not necessary for:

  • students who obtained a Diploma in an Italian high-school abroad
  • students holding one of the title released by the schools in the attachment n.2 of the ministerial circular dated 11th March 2019
  • students who obtained a final title of junior high-school in Argentina and hold complementary certificates that state they studied Italian language for at least 5 years.
  • students who obtained the Diploma in Italian language and culture at the “Università per Stranieri” of Perugia and Siena
  • students who obtained the Italian language certification (level B2) issued by the CLIQ.

University of Rome Tor Vergata is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the suburban setting of the large city of Roma , Lazio. Officially accredited and/or recognized by the Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, Italia (Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, Italy), Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata (UNIROMA2) is a large coeducational higher education institution. Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata (UNIROMA2) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor degrees, master degrees, doctorate degrees in several areas of study. This 38 years old higher-education institution has a selective admission policy based on entrance examinations. International applicants are eligible to apply for enrollment.

Applications and enrollment to Tor Vergata, as for all other public Italian universities, are regulated by the Ministry of University and Research (MIUR) in accordance with the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The formal system for accreditation of State University programs in Italy began in 1933. This law accredits a set of Universities, faculties, and courses. It involves two separate but correlated programs that were instituted at the same time: First, each University went through a four-step process to adopt and approve its own Regolamenti Didattici di Ateneo (RDA). The RDA establishes the rules for the organisation of teaching at the university, including establishing the requirements and objectives of each degree program, the curricula, credits awarded and requirements and objectives of examinations.

The RDA's were developed in consultation with representatives of the individual university, the regional coordinating committee (CRC), employers and the National University Council and are ultimately approved by the Ministry of Education (MIUR). Second, a series of formal, objective standards was adopted as minimum requirements for approval of any programs.

Accommodation

CampusX is the closest accommodation service offered by Tor Vergata University and the largest resort for students in Italy.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; Prive Shuttle Bus from/to University, Policlinico and Anagnina metro station.A large indoor and outdoor sporting area composed by polivalent fields, health path and gym. Barbercue Area and many relaxing dedicated spaces, in the shadow of a tree or on a comfortable sofa.

Services

Tor Vergata University of Rome offers a number of services to students and staff including car sharing and Rome’s public transportation, in order to reach the faculties and to ease the mobility among the campus.

Health and Sport

Tor Vergata University of Rome is focused on health and sport. The University 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. A school field has recently been added as part of such partnerships: it is equipped with a privately run golf course which is open at night too. Tor Vergata is the first Italian University and one of the few worldwide with a golf course.

Career Services

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.

Agevola Discounts

Agevola offers a series of discounts available to all students and staff of University of Rome Tor Vergata. The Agevola per Tor Vergata is an initiative which intends to be of concrete help to the entire Community of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (students, academic and administrative staff and their families).

Botanic Garden

Founded in 1982 Tor Vergata’s Botanic Garden offers a centre for germplasm conservation, inaugurated with three greenhouses and scientific laboratories equipped according to the most modern requirements for germplasm conservation.

APR Museum

APR Archeologia Per Roma Museum: the first didactic and interactive museum on Archaeology in Rome. It offers an original viewpoint on the whole of the Capital’s Archaeology describing a different relationship between the City Centre and suburban areas.The programme schedules a number of didactic, cultural and leisure activities for both adults and children which are organised by CESTER, a University spin-off.

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