Activation of the second round of selection is open!!!

Activation of the second round of selection is open!!!

Regarding the provisions of the Call for Admission to the Single Cycle Master’s Degree program with limited access in Pharmacy in English language (D.R. 1122/2022, prot. 20453 of 13/04/2022), art. 9, as there are still vacancies following the completion of the first selection round, the second selection round is held to cover these positions for:

• n. Nineteen (19) places for Italian citizens, EU citizens and non-EU citizens legally residing in Italy under art. 26 of the law 189/2002;
• n. Five (5) places reserved for non-EU citizens residing abroad who are applying for a visa.

Click on the links below to download the advice:



Necessary steps to follow to participate in the second call:

1) Register in Delphi. Enter your FULL Surname and Name as stated in the passport, and check the correct gender and date of birth. The system will create a FISCAL CODE.
2) Register in CISIA and enter the fiscal code that DELPHI has given you in the first step.
It is essential to enter the correct information.


Exam Date: 8067491 – Drug Analysis module 1

Exam Date: 8067491 – Drug Analysis module 1

Due to unexpected circumstances the 8067491 Drug Analysis module 1 exam date has been delayed to the day 22/09 at 10:30, aula to be disclosed on Delphi.

For those students who have already passed the pre-required exams to reserve for 8067491 Drug Analysis module 2, and will pass the 8067491 Drug Analysis module 1 on the day 22/09, there will be an extra date reserved exclusively for them on the day 29th at 9:30, aula to be disclosed on Delphi.

Exam Drug Analysis mod. 2 (8067491 Drug Analysis 16CFU):

Exam Drug Analysis mod. 2 (8067491 Drug Analysis 16CFU):

In July, there will be two sessions of the exam Drug Analysis mod. 2 (8067491 Drug Analysis 16CFU):
– the 12th as planned in the calendar published, AND
– the 27th of July as extraordinary session, to favour the students who need to pass Organic Chemistry exam in July session.

Reserve CAREFULLY which session you wish to attend, since you can attend ONLY one of the two, but NOT both.

Students who don’t pass on the 12th are NOT allowed to reserve on the 27th.

The exam will be held on both dates in AULA 4 at 9:30, in presence, written test modality, 20 multiple answer questions, 4 choices only 1 correct (1 point each, no penalties for wrong answers, and 2 free text questions, 5 points each.

Only students totalizing a score equal or more than 18 will be allowed to the oral part of the exam.

Covid-19 update: Lessons, Exams, Graduation etc – New Procedures Starting January 7

Covid-19 update: Lessons, Exams, Graduation etc – New Procedures Starting January 7

The recent increase in covid-19 infections has prompted the Lazio Region to bring the Region back to the Yellow Zone: the state of emergency has been extended until March 31, 2022.

Below are the new measures that will be adopted by the University for the months of January and February 2022:
the goal is to safeguard teaching continuity for the benefit of students who are unable to participate in presence teaching or curricular activities, allowing them to participate remotely.

The following measures, adopted as a matter of urgency, are subject to updating on the basis of further governmental and / or ministerial provisions:


The teaching activity will be carried out in mixed mode, in presence or remotely, in order to guarantee everyone the opportunity to participate remotely through the live streaming of the lessons.

For those who intend to attend in person, access will be allowed up to the maximum number of seats available in the classrooms.

The number of places available has been redefined in compliance with the safety protocols aimed at safeguarding and protecting the health of all members of the university community by restoring the distance of at least one meter.

The control over the number of accesses will be guaranteed by booking on the “Delphi” portal, which will limit access to usable seats for each classroom.

Faculties are required to adopt the planning of teaching activities in compliance with these guidelines, taking into account their own internal needs.

The booking of face-to-face lessons through the “Delphi” portal can be made from at least 4 days before the date of the lesson you intend to attend until the day before and until all seats are available.

Online booking implies that the student is signing a mandatory self-certification on the state of health and compliance with the rules imposed by the safety protocols.

For access to the classrooms and other premises of the University, teachers and students must be in possession of the green pass and wear the FFP2 mask.

Exams – Written and Oral

The exams will be held in mixed mode in order to ensure that all students who request it have the opportunity to take the exam via Teams.

The reasons why students can apply to take the online exam are the following:

– Covid positive students;
– Quarantined students;
– students from outside Rome;
– frail students or frail family situations;
– foreign students unable to return to Italy;

The conditions described above must be self-declared on “Delphi” while registering for the exam. Registration will be guaranteed up to two days before the date of the exam itself.

If one of the reasons listed above occurs to the student after test registration deadline (two days before) if the student is regularly enrolled in the exam on Delphi, it will be possible to submit a justified request to take the test remotely via Microsoft Teams.

This request must be sent to the President of the Examination Commission who, having assessed the adequacy and objective feasibility of the same, will be able to accept the request.

The exams can be carried out in person only if the premises guarantee the safety distance. Students can access all the exam sessions available within each exam session.

Curricular and Educational Activities (Laboratories, Internships, Thesis etc)

To help students who are unable to participate in educational or curricular activities (Laboratories, Internships, Thesis etc) and for students with disabilities and specific learning disabilities, when possible, curricular and didactic activities can be carried out remotely.

All training activities, curricular activities and any other test or verification that are functional to the completion of the educational path will be recovered.

The absences accumulated by the students are not counted for the purposes of any admission to final exams as well as for the purposes of the related assessments.

For courses that take place mainly remotely, it will be possible to maintain the exams electronically through the Teams platform and the procedures already in use at the University.

Final Test/Exams (Graduation, etc)

The final tests for the attainment of the qualifications (ex. Graduation) will be carried out in mixed mode. Those who opt for the in presence mode can bring up to a maximum of two companions for each student (the companions must be in possession of a green pass and must wear FFp2 masks).

In presence modality can be implemented as long as distance and any other safety measures are always guaranteed in relation to the number of undergraduates. The evaluation will be carried out by the Faculty Dean / Macroarea Coordinator.

The reasons why students can apply to take the final exam online are the following:

– Covid positive students;
– Quarantined students;
– students from outside Rome;
– frail students or frail family situations;
– foreign students unable to return to Italy;

To prove the reasons listed above, self-certifications on Delphi will be accepted.

Libraries and Study Areas

The number of places available will be redefined in compliance with safety protocols aimed at safeguarding and protecting the health of all members of the university community by restoring the distance of at least one meter.

Safety Rules

Following the principle of individual and collective safety, presence on the University premises can only take place according to the following rules that students, teachers and staff are required to respect under their personal responsibility:

  • wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use the special dispensers of sanitizing solutions;
  • if you have symptoms of fever (over 37.5 °), cough, breathing difficulties or other symptoms such as diffuse myalgias, ageusia (lack of taste) and anosmia (loss of smell), you must stay at your home and immediately contact your doctor. General Medicine (or the Continuity Care Service) or, in case of severe symptoms, call 118;
  • keep the distance of at least 1 meter and avoid crowding situations;
  • in the classrooms, occupy only the seats / positions allowed, marked with specific signs, in order to allow the maintenance of an interpersonal distance of at least 1 meter;
  • when you are in the university common areas (classrooms, laboratories, corridors, etc.) it is necessary to always wear an FFP2 mask and proceed with frequent ventilation;
  • avoid shaking hands and hugs and touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands;
  • respect the dedicated information signs (entry and exit routes and those provided for internal movements), in order to implement the most effective measures to prevent gatherings;
  • sneeze and cough by covering the nose and mouth with the crook of the elbow or with disposable handkerchiefs.

Report a Case

If you are aware of anyone becoming positive to COVID-19 who have accessed the University please inform immediately the Covid 19 University Agent at the address

ISEEU parificato: instructions and deadlines

ISEEU parificato: instructions and deadlines

International students, who want to access the facilities provided for the right to study, must produce the ISEEU Parificato from a CAF and the related documentation no later than December 17th, 2021.

The documentation must be translated and legalized even in cases no movable or immovable property is owned.

The ISEEU parificato must be sent, along with the translated and legalized documents to the email address no later than December 17, 2021.

The ISEEU Parificato will be acquired for the recalculation of the installments, after checks on the documentation, starting from 10 January 2022 and no later than 18 February 2022.

LAZIODISCO Scholarship Winners

Also the winners of the LAZIODISCO scholarship are required to submit the ISEEU Parificato and will be subject to checks on what has been declared. In the event of the scholarship being revoked, the amount of the second installment of the university contribution will be calculated on the basis of the declared income.

Fail to Submit ISEE

All students who do not submit the ISEEU parificato or are unable to produce the documents necessary for the validation of the aforementioned indicator, will be required to pay the fixed annual all-inclusive contribution, “flat tax”, according to the current university tax system.

For more information about the documents you need in order to request the ISEEU parificato visit: Tuition Fees

Covid-19 update: Tor Vergata launches vaccination service for students

Covid-19 update: Tor Vergata launches vaccination service for students

Dear all,
after the long period that has kept us away due to the Covid-19 pandemic and which has imposed general restrictive measures, lessons and work activities are finally resumed.
For this reason, in collaboration with the Policlinico Tor Vergata Hospital (PTV) and the “La Vela” vaccination center, Tor Vergata University of Rome has activated a service dedicated to all students (Italian and international), teachers and technical administrative staff who are yet to obtain their Covid-19 Green Pass certification and who wish to be vaccinated.
Following the publication of the decree law n. 111 of 6 August 2021, which introduced the obligation, starting from 1 September, to present a Green Pass to attend universities, Tor Vergata University wants to make a concrete contribution to the vaccination campaign and facilitate those who want to join it with this initiative.
Starting from today, every day including the weekend, from 11:00 to 13:00, it will be possible to get the Covid-19 vaccine at the centre “La Vela di Calatrava” in Tor Vergata, upon registration on the platform exclusively dedicated to our university community.
The vaccines available at the centre are: Pfizer, Moderna e Johnson&Johnson
centro vaccinazione anti covid la vela tor vergata
The following requirements are needed to access the vaccination:
Fiscal code;
Be in possession of the Health card (Tessera Sanitaria) or its provisional copy, issued by the ASL;
Not have been vaccinated;
to access the vaccination centre you must make a reservation through the online procedure available at the link ( – Vaccine Reservation ) selecting the available date and time on the calendar.
Once registered, you can show up to the appointment at the centre “LA VELA”, located in via dell’Archiginnasio, 00133 Rome, by showing an identification document, health card (or a copy of the same) and the attached form already filled and then follow the procedures indicated.
Regarding the students who received other vaccines and certificates than those currently recognized by the Ministry of Health, it should be noted that on 27 August 2021, the MUR addressed a specific question to the Scientific Technical Committee aimed to acquiring further information about the recognition of the vaccines not accepted by the EMA or recognized by the EMA but made in a non-EU country.
The University has arranged the following procedure while waiting for the specific directives to be issued by the competent authorities:
Set an appointment with the Welcome Office by clicking on the following link:
Go to the appointment and submit the certificate of the vaccine or any other appropriate documentation
Subsequently, the student will be contacted to receive the provisional exemption certificate for the anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination, which will allow to obtain the certificate of exemption from the Green pass as required by the ministerial decree 35309 of 4 August 2021 (Certificate of exemption for the anti-COVID-19 vaccine).

For further information: or
Once again I appeal to your sense of responsibility out of respect for all of us and for our loved ones.
Kind regards,

Orazio Schillaci

Upload Degree Thesis on Delphi System

Upload Degree Thesis on Delphi System


The necessary steps are as follows:

– The student enters the graduation application by selecting his/her supervisor from a drop-down list;
– Print the application and pay the relative payment slip of €16.00 and validate;
– Submit the documentation to the Student Secretariat (at present by email:;
– Within the deadline for submitting the thesis, the student must log back into Delphi and proceed with uploading the file;
– The lecturer will have a function to consult the uploaded document from his / her Delphi menu
– In the event of a request for thesis integration, the student can resubmit an updated file;
– The teacher validates the loaded thesis.

Upload deadline: No later than 8 days before the graduation session.


Online Seminar: “Biological markers for Alzheimer’s disease”

Online Seminar: “Biological markers for Alzheimer’s disease”

Online Seminar: “Biological markers for Alzheimer’s disease”.

Speakers: Simone Lista (Sorbone University) and Robert Nisticò (Coordinator Degree Course in Pharmacy)

Date: 20 – 05 – 2021

During the Seminar: 11:00 – 14:00

Platform: Teams

Link of the channel:

Seminar: “Uno sguardo verso il futuro”


Save the date: 11 May, 2021 at 14:00
Teacher: Rinaldi Federica
Dottors: Cupelli Amalia and Pasqualini Alberto and Angelo Pecere
Students: 4th and 5th year
Language of the Seminar: Italian
Google Meet Room: 

Il seminario organizzato si pone come obiettivo quello di poter fornire agli studenti del corso di laurea in Farmacia eventuali prospettive future. Post laurea molti di loro infatti, dovranno affrontare delle scelte e decidere che tipo di futuro lavorativo inseguire. Interverranno infatti al seminario figure lavorative diverse, un Direttore di Farmacia (dott.Alberto Pasqualini) ed uno di Farmacia Ospedaliera (dott. Angelo Pecere) nonché un dirigente AIFA (dott.ssa Amelia Cupelli). Questi tre professionisti, pur avendo un percorso universitario di base analogo (laurea in Farmacia/ Chimica e Tecnologie del Farmaco) si sono specializzati per poter intraprendere strade lavorative differenti. Quindi il seminario potrà fornire idee e spunti di riflessione su alcune delle possibili opportunità per il laureato in Farmacia.