Policlinico Tor Vergata Hospital

policlinico tor vergata hospital

The PTV Policlinico Tor Vergata hospital, was established in 1972. The hospital is located next to the Faculty of Medicine of University of Rome Tor Vergata.

Info PTV

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Tor Vergata University of Rome offers the services of the Health Surveillance Clinic for foreign students and students with their residence outside Lazio region.


Policlinico Tor Vergata – Viale Oxford, 81 – 00133 Rome

CLICI Free Italian Language Courses: Spring Schedule

CLICI Free Italian Language Courses: Spring Schedule

CLICI organizes Extensive Courses in Italian Language and Culture for Tor Vergata University’s foreign students. The Courses (60 hours each) will be run from mid-March to the end of May 2020 (2nd-semester courses).

Lessons will be held twice a week, from 5 pm to 8 pm. Courses are free for Tor Vergata University’s students.

Students, who attend 70% of the course, will be given a certificate of attendance and will be admitted to the final test.

Students, who pass the final test, will receive a final grade certificate.

How to Register

In order to register for the courses, students are required to follow the procedure explained on clici.uniroma2.it. The registration deadline is 6th February 2020.

Students who are absolute beginners in Italian language are requested to register on CLICI’s platform without taking the placement test.

Students who are not beginners are requested to register on CLICI’s platform and to take the placement test on one of the following dates:

– January 21st, 27th, 30th 2020
– February 4th, 10th, 13th 2020

It is possible to register up to 7 days before the chosen exam date and subject to availability (max. 24 seats) for each session.

Students who attended an Italian language course of the CLICI in the period October-December 2019 and passed the final exam are required to follow the same enrollment procedure of non-beginner students and, at the end, they have to select the option “I passed the CLICI’s final test on 18 or 19 December 2019/Ho superato il test finale CLICI il 18 o il 19 dicembre 2019”.

If, on the other hand, they want to take the placement test anyway, they have to follow the same procedure and, at the end, select a date for the test.

Students who have attended a CLICI Italian language course in the period October-December 2019 but who did not take or pass the final exam, can enroll in the second-semester courses by following the procedure indicated for non-beginner students.

Placement Tests

The placement tests are held at Scuola IaD – Macroarea di Scienze MM.FF.NN. – Via del Fontanile di Carcaricola snc

Website: www.scuolaiad.it.

CLICI contacts

Clici Office: Campus X, Via di Passolombardo 341, 00133 Roma
Email: info.linguaitaliana@uniroma2.it
Site: clici.uniroma2.it
Tel. +39 06 725991027 – +39 06 725991030

Two of laRepubblica’s D 2019 Top 10 Women are from Tor Vergata University

Two of laRepubblica’s D 2019 Top 10 Women are from Tor Vergata University

Every year the the editorial staff  of the weekly Italian magazine “D – laRepubblica” selects the 50 most influential women in Italy and then asks its readers to vote for the best:

this year Alessandra Celletti and Federica Gasbarro, both from Tor Vergata University, were voted by readers of  “D” among the top 10 best women in Italy.

Alessandra Celetti, 57 years old is a professor of Mathematics at Tor Vergata University and former director of the Department of Mathematics.

Alessandra Celletti follows the mission of the JUICE probe of the European Space Agency (ESA), which will be launched in 2020 to study Jupiter and verify the habitability of its Moons, in particular Europa and Ganymede, which are belived to host immense oceans of water beneath their icy surfaces;

Professor Celletti is one of the “100 women against stereotypes” in women and Media, the project that gave birth to the www.100esperte.itdatabase and a campaign to promote the visibility of professional, experienced and competent women .

Also Alessandra investigates the functioning of the solar system, thanks to celestial mechanics, a science of ancient origins, to understand how our planet was formed and to search for habitable environments that could host life.

Federica Gasbarro, 24 years old is a student in Biological Sciences at Tor Vergata University of Rome. She is part of the “Fridays for Future” movement and was the only Italian to attend the UN Youth Summit, the first UN summit dedicated to youth, followed by the summit with all the “adults” , world leaders, in the presence of the young activist Greta Thunberg.

Federica fights for the future of the Earth, along with 100 boys and girls from different cultures to raise public awareness of climate change;

In good company

In the company of Alessandra and Federica among the top 10 were also: Paola Egonu, volleyball player (1st place), Donatella Bianchi, host of the Linea Blu show on Rai 1 (2nd place), Anna Fasano, from May the first woman to preside over Banca Popolare Etica (3rd place).