Call for Applications a.y. 2023-2024 is on line!!!

Call for Applications a.y. 2023-2024 is on line!!!

For all information visit the section of this site: Apply & Transfer

The selection of candidates is aimed at ascertaining the appropriate initial preparation of the candidate and the predisposition for the subjects covered by the Degree Programme referred to in this Call. as well as an appropriate knowledge of the English language as indicated in art. 5 of the Regulation of the single cycle CdLM in Pharmacy

The admission test to the single cycle Degree Course in Pharmacy will consist of two phases of assessment:

a) Written test: solution of 60 questions (multiple choice) aimed at ascertaining the preparation of the subjects of secondary school such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, as well as general culture.

The test is carried out in English.

b) Oral exam: aimed at the verification of the knowledge of the English language and the assessment of the preparation in the disciplines of secondary schools such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology as well as general culture.

Test schedule

The written test (multiple choice questions) will take place on 14th September 2023 at the Department of Biology of the Macroarea of Sciences MM.FF.NN., Via della Ricerca Scientifica n. 1 – 00133 Rome, at 9.30, classroom 8, building PP1. Candidates are called from 8.30 on the same day for identification procedures.

A maximum of 90 minutes will be allocated for carrying out the test.

The oral test will take place at the end of the phase of correction of the written test, starting from 14.30 on 14th September 2023 and, if necessary, may continue the following day. Only candidates who have obtained the minimum score required to pass the written test will be admitted to the oral exam.

The Course is held at the Department of Biology, School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences, the beginning of the classes are scheduled on 16th October 2023.

ATTENDANCE AT LECTURES AND LABORATORY IS MANDATORY

CALL FOR APPLICATION – ITA 

ALLEGATO 1- ITA

POINTS OF ATTENTION- ITA

CALL FOR APPLICATION – ENG

ANNEX 1- ENG

POINTS OF ATTENTION – ENG

Promise A. Adekola the youngest Masters in Pharmacy Degree Course

Promise A. Adekola  the youngest Masters in Pharmacy Degree Course

“My name is Promise Ayomide Adekola, I was born on the 1st of April 2003 into the family of Mr. Adekola Adetomiwa Adedokun and Mrs. Adekola Titilayo Funmilayo. I hail from the western part of Nigeria, Ogbomoso from Oyo State in Nigeria.
I started my nursery education at age 2 in Stella Maris Schools Abuja and at the age of 4, I was admitted into primary education at Glisten International Academy Abuja. I was encouraged to enrol for the common entrance examinations from Primary five which was a success and I advanced into secondary education in the same school at age 9. While in Secondary school, I continued on the path of hard-work and diligence which resulted to receiving an award of a full tuition waiver for part of my education. In 2017 at age 14, I was admitted into Cyprus International University to study Pharmacy (PharmD), and due to my excellent performance, I became a beneficiary of the school Scholarship program. During the course of my education, I engaged in the Dual Degree Program (MPharm) organized by Cyprus International University and University of Rome Tor Vergata.

In 2020, three years after my education in Cyprus I transferred to University of Rome Tor Vergata based on the dual degree program to complete the last 2 years of my education in pharmacy. At the age of 19 I have successfully completed my One Cycle degree course in Pharmacy (MPharm) with a total score of 106 out of 110 with a thesis titled: Microneedles in drug deliveries and their possible use in vaccine administration supervised by Prof. Franco Alhaique.
I plan to proceed in completing my 1 year PharmD program in Cyprus and pursue a PhD afterwards.
This Journey was not easy and had many obstacles but I give God the glory for bringing me thus far and helping me in successfully getting this degree.
I want to appreciate my amazing parents for their wonderful support and thank my Pastor, my brothers and sisters for their encouragements, support, and prayers. Surely with God, hardi work, and consistency, success is inevitable.”

Didactics and extra graduation session for a.y. 2020/2021

Didactics and extra graduation session for a.y. 2020/2021

Update of teaching methods and establishment of an extraordinary graduation session.

To ensure greater flexibility during this challenging time, the Academic Senate approved the following policy changes and guidance at its meeting on 1 March 2022:

  1. TEACHING METHODS 

– Mixed mode until 31 March 2022;

– from 01 April 2022, mixed mode for classes only; for exams and dissertation defence, face-to-face mode.

The exclusion from the mixed mode of professional health courses for which attendance is compulsory is confirmed.

It is at the discretion of the Directors of the degree courses in which laboratories and internships are compulsory for graduation as to how they are conducted.

– From 01/09/2022 on, face-to-face classes.

  1. ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EXTRAORDINARY GRADUATION SESSION FOR BACHELOR’S, MASTER’S AND SINGLE CYCLE DEGREE COURSES for the academic year 2020/2021 

– Pursuant to Law No. 11 of 18 February 2022 (which converted Decree-Law No. 221 of 24 December 2021), the final graduation session for the academic year 2020/2021 (“extraordinary session”) has now been extended until 15 June 2022 for students who:

  1. are placed on precautionary enrollment in the academic year 2020/2021;
  2. are enrolled in the academic year 2021/2022 and have already passed all exams for the academic year 2020/2021 by the end of the winter examination session.

– Any deadlines relating to teaching or administrative terms will be extended for the above graduation session.

– Between April and May, and in any case at least one month before the date set for the extraordinary graduation session, each department will schedule an extraordinary exam session for the academic year 2020/2021 (if not already foreseen) for students eligible for the above extraordinary graduation session.

The Academic Senate sincerely hopes that the Departments will open the extraordinary exam session for both the students placed on precautionary enrollment and those regularly enrolled in the academic year 2021-2022.

Career Opportunities – Malta Medicines Authority

Career Opportunities – Malta Medicines Authority

The Medicines Authority invites applications for the Post of Senior Pharmacist within the Authority.

Terms and Conditions

 The selected candidate will be employed as a Senior Pharmacist Grade BI, according to the Medicines Authority Collective Agreement.

The Post of Senior Pharmacist is subject to a probationary period of twelve (12) months.

For information and application: 

http://www.medicinesauthority.gov.mt/seniorpharmacist2021

 

 

Exam Prof. Barbato, 8067491 Drug Analysis, for the II year, module 2

Exam Prof. Barbato, 8067491 Drug Analysis, for the II year, module 2

The mod. 2 (prof. Gaetano Barbato) of the exam 8067491 Drug Analysis II year, to be held the 23/09 and the 6/10 will be on Teams in REMOTE for all the students.

The written tests will be held in conformity with the modality explained in the instruction file attached:
“Instruction file for the exam code 8067491 drug analysis exam II year, Mod. 2 prof. Barbato.pdf”

Read carefully the instructions, and set-up the camera display as explained in the instruction file.
Failure to accomplish the set-up will determine exclusion from the remote exam.

Note there’s a MANDATORY preliminary check of your set-up to be held by:

September 20th at 15.00 for the exam session of 23/09,

October 1st at 15:00 for the exam session of 6/10.

DEADLINES and how to reserve the exam:

Session of the 23/09 deadline reservation is September 19 at 24:00.

Session of the 6/10 deadline reservation is September 30 at 24:00.

The exam MUST be reserved on the following Teams channel:
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/19%3a8e2b8d31fe4c4df998cfdb9961ecdddb%40thread.tacv2/Barbato%2520exam%2520mod.%25202?groupId=450bd510-f12d-4993-bd00-24b2482d5824&tenantId=24c5be2a-d764-40c5-9975-82d08ae47d0e

In the dedicated chat space, writing your surname, name, matricola.
Reservation will automatically be done also for the MANDATORY checking session.

If you have questions please send a message to prof. Gaetano Barbato in the Teams chat, do not send e-mails.

Instruction file for the exam code 8067491 

Join Tor Vergata’s Buddy Programme

Join Tor Vergata’s Buddy Programme

The Buddy programme foresees a support and a welcome from the enrolled students to the new students in collaboration with the Welcome Office.

The first months are the most challenging: students need to familiarize with a new academic context, non-resident students with a new city and international students also with a culture and traditions different from their own.


A warm welcome can make the difference

If you want to support a new student in overcoming the same difficulties you might have faced at your arrival, you can apply to become a buddy, who will be an important reference during the first adaption period.

What does a Buddy do

  • He/she contacts the students whom he/she is matched after their arrival
  • He/she participates in cultural events and activities addressed to buddies and new students
  • He/she helps new students become familiar with the campus and its facilities
  • He/she facilitates the understanding of the didactic organization: structure of the academic year, lectures, exams
  • He/she helps students get to know the city and its opportunities
  • He/she addresses the student to the competent offices for specific issues

Why to become a Buddy

  • You will get to know different cultures of the world without moving away from home
  • You will make new friends
  • You will improve your English language knowledge and be able to practice other foreign languages
  • You’ll develop skills and contacts which will turn out to be useful in the job market

Who can apply to become a Buddy

Students regularly registered in the academic year 2020/2021 at  Tor Vergata University of Rome, who will continue their studies at the University of “Tor Vergata” for the a.y. 21/22.

The Buddy will support students enrolled at the first year in the a.y. 2021/2022


How to apply

It is possible to apply by filling out the following online form below (available in Italian and in English)

Duration of the programme

The programme has a duration of four months (based on the opening of enrollments and/or the beginning of the lessons).


Training

The Welcome Office will support you in acquiring the necessary skills to exercise at best your role as a Buddy, will assist you throughout the period in which you will volunteer and will invite you to take part in meetings, games and events (online or in presence) in which you will strengthen your relationship with the new students.

Informative material will be sent by e-mail.
The Buddies will be matched with new students on the basis of the attendance to the same study programme and of personal interests, revealed through the form.

According to the number of applicants, the buddies will be matched with one or more students.


For new students: how to get in contact with a Buddy

If you are a new student and want to get in touch with a Buddy, write to welcome@uniroma2.it indicating your name, surname and your degree course. You will be inserted in the buddy chat of your School in order to receive all the updates.


Contacts

Welcome Office
Tor Vergata University of Rome
E-mail: welcome@uniroma2.it

Admission Test A.Y. 2021-2022 ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA

Admission Test A.Y. 2021-2022 ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA

In response to the current emergency situation, starting from May, CISIA will provide ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA home tests to allow students to take TOLCs remotely for the academic year 2021-2022.
ENGLISH TOLC@-FCASA tests are provided to individual students through the CISIA platform using tools and technology that allow to create secure and controlled virtual classrooms in which candidates can be reliably identified and carry out their tests autonomously. Virtual classrooms are created and managed by universities in collaboration with CISIA. Information and instructions on the equipment required to take ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA tests can be found on the CISIA website.

What the ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA is?
The ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA is an individual test, different for each participant, composed of questions automatically and randomly selected from the CISIA TOLC database with a software developed and managed by CISIA – Consorzio Interuniversitario Sistemi Integrati per l’Accesso.
TheENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA test is carried out on the computer and allows to participate in any selection for which the ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA is required: it is not necessary, therefore, to support it at the same location of the course of your interest.
Once you have taken the ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA test, you can apply to one of the intakes of Pharmacy. The selection will be based on the score obtained at the ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA, weighted according to the criteria set out in the Call for Applications.

The ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA test structure

The ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA consists of 50 questions divided into 5 sections. The sections are: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Logic.

SECTIONS NUMBER OF QUESTIONS TIME AVAILABLE
BIOLOGY: 15 QUESTIONS 20 MINUTES
CHEMISTRY: 15 QUESTIONS 20 MINUTES
MATHEMATICS: 7 QUESTIONS 12 MINUTES
PHYSICS: 7 QUESTIONS 12 MINUTES
LOGICS: 6 QUESTIONS 8 MINUTES
TOTAL: 50 QUESTIONS 1 HOUR AND 12 MINUTES (72 MINUTES)

The result of each ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA is determined by the number of questions answered correctly, wrong or unanswered which make up the total score as follows: 1 point for each correct answer, 0 points for each unanswered question and a penalty of 0.25 points for each incorrect answer.

For more information: Structure and Syllabus 

How and When to enrol in the ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA Test
Carefully read the Call for Applications to check the deadlines for registration toENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA and to the intakes.
To register for ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA you must access the CISIA website, select ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA,  date and pay the fee of € 30 payable by MAV or credit card.
Check the calendar of English TOLC-F@CASA sessions organized by the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
– For the Subscription watch this video tutorial

Score
The ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA score, divided into the various sections, will immediately become visible on the CISIA website at the end of the test, entering with the credentials used for booking. This score must be parameterized with the coefficients for each section that are indicated in the Call for Applications.
At the deadline indicated in the Call for Applications will be published the ranking list based on the scores of the ENGLISH TOLC-F@CASA test “weighted” according to the criteria set out in the Call.

How to enrol in the Degree Programme
Once you have passed the selection process, to enrol in the Degree Programme please consult the “Enrolment & Payment” page and follow the instructions and deadlines set out in the Call for Applications very carefully.

FAQ about TOLC@CASA 

In this page there are more information about TOLC@CASA

TOLC@CASA Instructions

For more information about call for applications:  segreteria@farmacia.uniroma2.it

Linee guida – Esami di profitto on-line

Linee guida – Esami di profitto on-line

Il decreto elettorale 888/2020 ha emanato le “linee guida” per le modalità di svolgimento degli esami di profitto on line.

Inoltre, secondo lo stesso viene emanato che gli esami scritti e orali nonché le prove finali per il conseguimento del titolo  presso l’Università di Roma “Tor Vergata” avverranno in modalità esclusivamente a distanza fino al 30 luglio 2020, e comunque fino a revoca della presente disposizione. Link  di Ateneo

Linee Guida – Esami di Profitto On Line

Decreto Elettorale 888/2020

FAQ Students: Teaching, Exam and Graduation

FAQ Students: Teaching, Exam and Graduation

1. What is the solution following the interruption of experimental thesis and training inPharmacy?

We can not offer a solution, we are waiting for same clarifications from our  Rector and competent authorities, that we will promptly share with you.We  will be flexible as much as possible and decide on a case-by-case basis. For the time being, we musthope that the containment measures adopted by the Italian government will lead to a prompt recovery ofactivities.

2. Will the seminars scheduled for the a.a. 2019-2020 still be held?

Unfortunately we had to cancel seminars and other programmed events; however, I have ensured that these will be held in the nextacademic year. Optional courses will be held remotely according to the calendar published on our website.

3. Is there a graduation session in May 2020?

The May graduation session has been postponed to the 11thof June and will be held remotely. This session is part of AY 2018/2019 and is intended only for students“in cautelativa”.  A specific regulation (in Italian) for the carrying out of  these exams wasissued recently and is available at http://web.uniroma2.it/module/name/Content/newlang/italiano/navpath/HOM/action/showpage/content_id/82768 . Please also follow our pharmacy website for instructions and deadlines.

4. When is the Pharmacist state exam scheduled? We still did not receive information for the Esame di Stato, since this is not directly organized by Pharmacy course.

5. How will exams in the summer session take place?

We cannot anticipate how these exams will be carried out. Some of you might have returned to their native countries and possibly could encounter problems in returning to Italy. I foresee that it will be possible to carryout oral examinations remotely, however we are still waiting to receive instructions on how a written-type examination can take place.

6. Who can I contact if I have doubts? 

For problems related to a specific course please contact directly the professor.For general problems, the Didactic Secretariat and the Course Coordinator is available to find solutions withinthe limits of common sense!