Tor Vergata University of Rome, Italy

Tor Vergata University of Rome, Italy

Established in 1982, Tor Vergata University of Rome is located in a 600-hectare campus in the South-East of the magnificent city of Rome. 
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Tor Vergata University of Rome aims to play 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.

The University comprises 47 graduate schools in such fields as:

  • Physics
  • Materials Science and Technology
  • Chemical Nanoengineering
  • Energy and Environmental Engineering
  • Biotechnology
  • etc.

The University hosts important research institutions within its campus area, such as the CNR (National Research Center) and the ASI (Italian Space Agency), which make "Tor Vergata" one of the most dynamic aggregations in Italy both for teaching and for the research.

Tor Vergata University at a glance

  • 34,000 students with 16% of international students
  • 1,700 academic staff members
  • 47 graduate schools