Sapienza University of Rome
Sapienza University of Rome, founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface the Eighth, is the oldest university in Rome, and the largest in Europe.
Since its inception over 700 years, Sapienza eroded an important role in the history of Italy and was directly involved with the changes and developments in society, economy and politics of a key. She contributed to the development of science and Italian and European culture in all areas of knowledge.
Sapienza’s future begins today thanks to his rich contribution of the University community whose goals are research, teaching and education. Faculty, students, staff and technical managers are part of the community and the right skills and their responsibilities, they all contribute to the reputation and growth.
The main campus, designed by Marcello Piacentini, was opened in 1935. It is located near the city center and is the largest in Europe – a real city within a city which teaching activities are integrated with libraries, museums, as well as comprehensive services to students. Classes and perform the activities distributed in various parts of the city. There are two campuses of other universities elsewhere Latzi.
Sapienza offers a variety of courses, including graduate programs, doctoral courses, 1-2 years professional courses and schools specializing in many areas, run by 63 departments and 11 faculties. In the year 2011-2012, the University inaugurated the School of Advanced Studies, and evaluates candidates on the basis of educational assessment that provides students courses and activities to encourage and develop their abilities through science enrichment, cultural and interdisciplinary.
It all course teaching and research university: Sapienza performs outstanding scientific research in most areas, has achieved impressive results in both national and international level.
Sapienza also improves research by providing academic opportunities on a global scale. Thanks to a special guest professor, many foreign researchers and lecturers visiting from time to time at university and many contribute to quality education and research programs.
About 8,000 foreign students studying regularly at Sapienza. In addition, Sapienza encourages international exchanges: there are over 1100 students in and out to change the year, thanks to some mobility programs.