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CLICI – Italian language courses from October to December 2018
The CLICI – Centre for Italian language and culture of the University of Rome Tor Vergata organizes extensive Italian language courses (60 hours) for foreigners from October to December 2018.
Lessons will be held twice a week from 5 pm to 8 pm.
Students who attend 70% of the course will be given a certificate of attendance and will be admitted to the final exam. Those students, who pass the final exam, will receive a final grade certificate.
Courses are free for students enrolled at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
All students have to register online and, except the absolute beginners, students who want to enroll are required to sit a placement test and an interview for language level assessment.
The placement test and the interview will be held at Scuola IaD – Macroarea di Scienze MM.FF.NN. – Via del Fontanile di Carcaricola snc (see the link: http://www.scuolaiad.it/dovesiamo) on the following dates:
September 11th-17th-21th -24 th-28 th October 2 nd
Registration is possible from 16 July to 25 September 2018. It is possible to register up to 7 days before the chosen exam date.
In order to register see the link: http://www.scuolaiad.it/home-clici-eng/registration
Students who received the certificate of one of the Italian language courses of CLICI held in the period March-June 2018 are required to write an email to email@example.com by September 25th, 2018 indicating the name of the teacher and the level of the course they attended. Therefore, they are not required to complete the online procedure in order to register.
Clici Office: Campus X, Via di Passolombardo 341, 00133 Roma
Site: http://cla.uniroma2.it (link CLICI)
Tel. +39 06 725991027
The University of Rome Tor Vergata will be glad to welcome all of our newly enrolled International Students from the 6th to the 30th of September, 2018, from 9.00 to 2.00 p.m. New date until the 31st of October!!
The “Welcome Weeks” event will take place, from Monday to Friday, at the “WELCOME POINT” Rectorate of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (via Cracovia n.50).
These three weeks are dedicated to welcome and orientation activities for all the new students arriving at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
International students will be supported and tutored in filling the Stay Permit (TWO STAY PERMIT SESSIONS EVEY DAY: at 10.00 am and at 12.00 am), Health Insurance and Pass card for transportation in Rome modules. Also there will be several stands that will grant students information regarding activities and organizations available at the campus of #unitorvergata or in the city of Rome.
(draft) Programme 2018
Tor Vergata (general information)
- Agenzia delle Entrate (for obtaining the Fiscal Code)
- National Health Service (SSN)
- CAF Office (for ISSEU document)
- A Unicredit Bank (to get information about and/or open a bank account)
- MOOVIT (the first transit app) representatives ready to provide information on transportation in Rome and in Italy.
- Campus X (for accommodation information)
- Informa giovani
- Desks of:
- School of Law
- School of Economics
- School of Engineering
- School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences
- School of Medicine and Surgery
- School of Humanities and Philosophy
- International Students Office (information and enrollment)
- CLA (Tor Vergata Linguistic Centre)
- CLICI (Centre for Italian Language and Culture)
- CARIS Commission (Services for students with Disabilities or Specific Learning Difficulties, SLD)
- CUS ( University Sports Center)
- Agevola (Facilities for Tor Vergata community)
- Botanic Garden (information about cultural and leisure activities organized by the University)
Please note that you can ask for the Codice Fiscale to the Italian Embassy (or Consulate) at the moment of the Entry Visa request. The Codice Fiscale is necessary for all kinds of interaction with the Italian public administration.
Tuition fees at the University of Rome Tor Vergata for the AY 2018/2019 will be based on the student’s family income.
International students’ family income can only be certified by the Italian Diplomatic Authorities (local Consulate or local Embassy). Once the proper documentation is submitted to the Italian Diplomatic Authority, it will provide the student with the certified documents that need to be brought to any CAF Office (Italian Tax Service Centres) after arriving in Rome.
At the following link you can check what documents are needed for such certification: http://en.uniroma2.it/pdf/Scheda-Raccolta-Dati.pdf
The CAF office will deliver to the student the ISEEU module necessary to then determine the student’s yearly tuition fee amount.
Not submitting the ISEEU to the University will imply for the student the payment based on the maximum rate of the yearly fee of the course (80% of the maximum rate for the students coming from low-income economies or lower-middle-income economies; 100% of the maximum rate for all the other international students).
Please note, we strongly suggest even students awarded with scholarships submit the ISEEU certification.
For further information:
Florinda Magliulo e Marco Tirone
Via Cracovia, Rome (Building D, Floor 0, Room D001)
phone: 0039/0672592817- 3234
- Admission Enrollment with Italian universities is regulated by the Ministry of University and Research (MIUR) in accordance with the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Assessment Assessment of foreign qualifications for International students for the admission to 1st and 2nd cycle and English programmes.
- Enrollment procedures for international students
- Foundation Courses
- Places reserved for non EU students resident abroad
- WELCOME WEEKS 2018
The Foundation Courses are an approach to the Italian academic world and aim to offer a preparatory program, in Italian, for international students in order to meet the requirements for the admission according to the current regulation for the admission to the programs taught in Italian, improve the language skills, and get used to the teaching and study methods well-established within Europe. The overall duration of the course consists in one academic year starting, generally, in September.
All the information are at this link: http://web.uniroma2.it/module/name/Content/newlang/italiano/navpath/STD/section_parent/6299, (Italian vers.);
and at this link: http://web.uniroma2.it/module/name/Content/newlang/english/navpath/STI/section_parent/5680, (English vers.).
The applications are available from 30th May until 15th July 2018. The applicants need to fill the application form attached herewith and send it to the following e-mail address:
The University of Rome Tor Vergata is pleased to invite you to the Orienteering & Pic nic event organized by the Welcome Office in cooperation with the Botanic Garden.
Orienteering is an exciting outdoor sport that involves walking or running whilst navigating around a course using a detailed map and sometimes a compass. The aim is to navigate in sequence between a set of control points and decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time. The route between “controls” is not specified, and is entirely up to the orienteer to find. The fastest path is not always the shortest one, and it can depend on the chosen route.
Orienteers will use map and compass to locate the controls points, indicated by orange and white marking flags. The winner is the team who completes the course, visiting all the flags in the established order, in the fastest time.
It doesn’t matter how young, old or fit you are, as you can run, walk or jog at your own pace.
The Orienteering event will take place at the Botanic Garden of the University of Rome Tor Vergata ( http://bio.uniroma2.it/ortobotanico/ ), on a surface of approximately 82 hectares, which makes it the biggest university Botanic Garden in Europe. It is a great sport for runners, joggers and walkers who want to improve their teamwork skills and for anyone who loves the outdoors.
At the end of the event, the botanic garden is happy to offer to all participants a homemade healthy meal.
Feel free to bring drinks and other food as you please.
The event will take place on Thursday, May 10th at 10 am.
In order to participate you can register here until May 8th: www.rsvp.uniroma2.it
Time & Date: 10 a.m., Thursday, May 10th
Location: Tor Vergata Botanic Garden, Viale Guido Carli, unnumbered, 00133 Rome
How to reach the Garden: Bus 509 (from Anagnina), stop “Guido Carli”.
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The University of Rome Tor Vergata is pleased to announce that a basic health care centre is now available for our foreign students and those coming from other Italian regions except Lazium.
This initiative was strongly wanted by our Rector, prof. Giuseppe Novelli, by dr. Giuseppe Colpani, General Director of University of Tor Vergata, Dr. Tiziana Frittelli, General Director of Tor Vergata University Hospital, Prof. Stefano Marini, President of IMS (International Medical School), Prof. Andrea Magrini, Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine and Prof. Tonino Marsella, Forensic Medicine. The service is free of charge for all Italian students residing outside Lazium, for all European students who have an ENI card number and for students of any nationality enrolled in the Italian National Health Service (SSN/SSR). Support will also be given to those students that want to be enrolled in the National/Regional Health Service.
Examination rooms, located in the Occupational Health Department, will be open on Mondays and Thursdays 14-16 on the second floor of the University Hospital.
This facility is organized on a walk-in basis, without any appointment. Students may obtain the following services:
- A normal medical examination
- ECG and blood pressure check
- Prescriptions (according to the doctor’s examination) of therapies, blood tests, instrumental investigations, specialist examinations
- Health certificates for gym.
A professional MD and an IMS student about to graduate will be working together in this health facility. The future IMS graduate will help the doctor in case of cultural or linguistic barriers hindering access to primary care. On the same days and time there will also be a nutritionist to treat eating disorders; customized diets may also be prescribed.
The following medical services will not be available: vaccinations, emergency, surgical medications or diagnostic and surgical procedures.