Timetable of the First Semester is on line!!!

Timetable of the First Semester is on line!!!

Timetable for academic year 2021/2022is available below.

Lessons of academic year 2021/2022 start on 18th October 2021 (I Semester)

The classrooms for each year of the course will be assigned shortly.
To book the lesson, you will have to access your Delphi portal and book the single course for face-to-face lecture, subject to the limitations of places.
Lessons will take place in a mixed-method (in presence and online).

The seat booking in each classroom can be made two days before the lessons.


University holidays

Classes end:January 31st 2022

Christmas Break:December 23th 2021 to January 7th 2022

Admission Ranking Integration: A.Y. 2021-2022

Admission Ranking Integration: A.Y. 2021-2022


The General ranking for the 80 admissions to the Degree Course in Pharmacy for Italian citizens, communitary citizens, and non-communitary citizens legally residing in Italy are available.

Eligible candidates who do not enrol within the deadlines described will be regarded as renouncers.

Even after obtaining a valid score, candidates are excluded in the following cases:

1) non-EU citizens residing abroad who did not submit the pre-enrollment application form on the universitaly platform before taking the test;

2) non-EU citizens having declared their residence / domicile in Italy who did not attach a valid residence permit when registering for the test.

3) candidates have been canceled ex officio upon the request for cancellation of the pre-enrollment application on the Universitaly platform by the candidate.

Also excluded are those who have not obtained a minimum score of 18/50 or have taken the test in Italian (TOLC-F) and not the ENGLISH TOLC-F in English as required by the call.

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 ( prenotazioni.uniroma2.it – 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: prenotazioni.uniroma2.it/welcome-office/
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: accoglienza@uniroma2.it or welcome@uniroma2.it
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

Notice for foreign students

Notice for foreign students

After uploading the permit of stay /receipt of your request for renewal, the original must be taken to the Student Secretariat (the first building you see on your right-hand side after the bridge).
It is necessary to book an appointment at: https://prenotazioni.uniroma2.it/

Remember to bring the self-certification with you, which can be downloaded when making the appointment.

Only after the presentation of the original document to the Student secretariat, the student will be allowed to enroll in the academic year 2021/2022.

Covid-19 update: September 2021 Teaching Activities Organizational Plan

Covid-19 update: September 2021 Teaching Activities Organizational Plan

In compliance with the ministerial order (18 June 2021) collocating all the italian regions in the “white zone”, the following plan regulating teaching and curricular activities from 1 September 2021 may be adjusted on the basis of the national health situation.

Lessons in Presence

The teaching activities will be carried out primarily in presence, up to the maximum number of seats available in each classroom, already identified in compliance with safety protocols aimed at the protection of the health of all members of the university community.

Protocols available at infostudenticovid.uniroma2.it. *

The control of the accesses will be guaranteed through a compulsory reservation on the Delphi online platform, restricting the access to the available seats for each classroom.

The reservation of the on-site lessons through the Delphi system will be accepted starting 4 days prior to the date of the lesson in which one intends to participate until the day before or, in any case, until there are no more seats available. The online reservation also implies that the student must sign a self-certification on the state of health and compliance with the rules imposed by university safety protocols.

The possibility of participating online will be guaranteed to all students through a live streaming of the lectures.

Furthermore, teachers are required to carry out the lessons face-to-face. Also, the name of the teacher actually present in the classroom on the reference day must always be shown.


Exams will be conducted in presence. However, there will also be an online exam call, in order to ensure that all students have the opportunity to take exams (should they be unable to take exams in person on campus due to proven reasons such illness resulting from Covid, or if they can provide medical certification that they are in quarantine, or for foreign students who are prevented from returning to Italy).

The checks on the truthfulness of the declarations will be carried out exclusively by the central administration. Certifications/documentations cannot be requested by Professors. It should be noted that no exam can be carried out in the teachers’ office, but only and exclusively in the classrooms of the Faculty/Macroarea already set up with the defined spacing. Students will be able to access all the exam calls within each exam session.

In compliance with the art. 1 paragraph 10 letter v) of the D.P.C.M. January 14th, 2021, to the safeguard of students who are unable to participate at the ‘didactic or curricular activities’, these activities can be carried out, where possible, remotely, also having regard to the specific needs of students with disabilities and students with specific learning disabilities;

where deemed necessary, and in any case by identifying the relative methods, the recovery of educational activities, as well as curricular activities, or any other test or verification, even intermediate, which are functional to the completion of the educational path will be ensured;

the absences of the students are not counted for the purposes of the possible admission to final exams as well as for the purposes of the relative evaluations.

For mainly remote courses, it will be possible to maintain the exams online through the Teams platform and the procedures already active at the University.

Graduation Sessions

The graduation session will be conducted in presence, allowing up to a maximum of four accompanying persons for each student.  This method can be implemented as long as the distance and any other safety measures related to the number of undergraduates are guaranteed.

Students may present the thesis dissertation remotely in the case of a justified request – for example if they are currently unable to be on-site for proven reasons such as illness resulting from Covid or if they can provide medical certification that they are in quarantine, or for foreign students who are prevented from returning to Italy.

The checks on the truthfulness of the declarations will be carried out exclusively by the central administration. Certifications/documentations cannot therefore be requested by Professors.

International Students

1. Enrollment for International Students with a STUDY VISA
Due to the persistence of the COVID-19 emergency situation, the physical mobility of international students arriving in Italy may be slowed down, or there may be delays in obtaining a study visa.

In order to ensure regular enrollment procedures, international students will be required to pre-enroll in the 2021/22 academic year in order to access and attend the online lessons. The enrollment will be formalized only after checking the truthfulness of the original documentation presented at the University and a valid Italian residence permit.

2. Submission of the Graduation Request for International Students Currently Abroad
International students must have a valid Italian residence permit in order to be able to complete the graduation request through the Delphi online platform. International students who are currently abroad and whose residence permit has expired will be allowed to complete the graduation request even in the absence a valid residence permit in the event that they are unable to apply for renewal due to the continuing pandemic emergency.

Safety Regulations

In accordance with the principle of individual and collective safety, the presence in the University areas can only be allowed according to the following rules that students are required to respect under their personal responsibility:

1. wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use the special dispensers of sanitizing solutions;

2. if you have symptoms of fever (over 37.5 °), cough, breathing difficulties or other symptoms such as myalgias, ageusia (lack of taste) and anosmia (loss of smell), you must stay at your home and contact your own doctor immediately or, in case of severe symptoms, the emergency number 118;

3. keep the distance of at least 1 meter from the person next to you and avoid crowding situations;

4. in the classrooms, occupy only the seats allowed, marked by appropriate signs, in order to maintain an interpersonal distance of at least 1 meter;

5. wear a mask and proceed with frequent ventilation when you are in the university common areas (classrooms, laboratories, etc.);

6. avoid shaking hands and hugs and touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands;

7. respect the information signs (entry and exit routes and those provided for indoor movements), in order to implement the most effective measures to prevent gatherings;

8. sneeze and cough by covering the nose and mouth with the crook of the elbow or with disposable facial tissues.

Anyone who becomes aware of any positive cases of COVID-19 among those who have had access to the University is required to immediately inform the Covid 19 University Coordinator.


Access to the libraries will take place ensuring safety and physical spacing for a predetermined number of seats which must be made by reservation in the manner shown on the web page of each library; in the same way, a consultation service for paper documentation is available.

Opening hours, contact details and any other useful information can be found on the relevant websites. At each library there are sanitizing devices to allow students to access with their own material after disinfecting it.

Laboratories and Complex Structures

The laboratory managers regulate, through shifts, access to shared laboratories to the various division and allocation of spaces, in agreement with the Director of the Department, in compliance with the indications provided in the Protocols and any specific directives issued by the University.

In order to ensure the physical spacing required by regulations, alternative methods must be provided for sample delivery or collection of results, mainly not in person (e.g. results sent by email, sharing of data folders, workstations outside the laboratories to deposit samples).

A maximum number of people including the technician who can be present in the laboratory at the same time must be established, in relation to the free surface of the room, the need for movement typical of laboratory work and the instruments present.

For situations where there are fixed workstations (e.g., fume hoods, weighing rooms, etc.) that do not allow to respect the distances, it is necessary to provide for alternate workstation occupancy or shifts. The maximum number of people who can access at the same time must be indicated on the laboratory door. For further details, please refer to the University Guidelines, available at infostudenticovid.uniroma2.it *

Internships, Laboratory Activities, Exercises

Internships, laboratory activities, exercises, will take place in presence with the University safety and prevention protocols.

PhD Students

The training activities of the PhD students will take place in the presence; also research and laboratory activities will be allow in presence.

NOTE: At the same link infostudenticovid.uniroma2.it it is also available both the “Protocol of the management of the confirmed and suspected cases of Covid-19 inside the university classrooms” issued by the Minister of University and Research, and the map of the entry and exit routes and indication of the temperature control (Thermo-scanner), as well as support services for students, in each Faculty / Macroarea.

N.B. This article is translated from the Italian website.

UTV Students Welcome 2021 starting this August

UTV Students Welcome 2021 starting this August

If you are a new international student, Tor Vergata University’s Welcome Office is here to help you. Like every year the traditional UTV Students Welcome weeks are dedicated to welcoming all of our newly enrolled students and to helping them sort out all the typical problems and difficulties encountered by students when they join a new university in a new country.

This years’ edition of the UTV Students Welcome will be held online and in presence. Below you will find the full list of events, activities and the calendar. For further information don’t hesitate to contact the Welcome Office and remember to follow our social media pages for up-to-date information on all the latest events on campus.

Buddy programme

Have you heard of our Buddy programme? Read about it here. If you are a new student and want to get in touch with a Buddy, write to welcome@uniroma2.itindicating 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. The service will be available from September 2021

💻 Online Activities 2021

Enrollment support meetings:

When: Starting from 2 to 7 August and from 23 August to 23 October, 2021 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 to 12 o’clock)

What: if you have finalized the procedure on Universitaly platform and you need support in the enrollment procedure, book an appointment here: prenotazioni.uniroma2.it (click on English version – Welcome Office). Click on the calendar to see the time for each meeting;  Please be aware that each meeting will last 60 minutes.
We will accept 20 students for each meeting. The registration will open on 27th July

Where: Microsoft teams (you will receive by email a link for the online meeting). You don’t need to download anything but just click on the link. The registration closes 24 hours before.

Before the meeting please read carefully our “How to Enroll” page.

Students Welcome 2021 in presence

When: Starting from 23 August, 2021 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 to 12 o’clock)

Where: Rectorate, via Cracovia 50, building D, floor 0

What: each year the Welcome Office will organize in presence meetings dedicated to welcome and orientation activities for all the new students enrolled at Tor Vergata University.
International students already in Italy will be supported and tutored in filling the Stay Permit, Health Insurance, etc.
Please book an appointment in presence here: prenotazioni.uniroma2.it (click on English version – Welcome Office). Click on the calendar to see the time for each meeting;
Please be aware that each meeting will last 20 minutes.

Deadlines: Registration will open on 23th July and closes 24 hours before the event (August 23rd).

Before the meeting please read carefully our “How to Enroll” page.

ErasmusJobs: Bridging the skills gap for the Erasmus Generation

ErasmusJobs: Bridging the skills gap for the Erasmus Generation

Participating in a mobility experience increases the long term employability of students. (Erasmus Impact Study 2014). However, atthe same time, youth in Europe is facing huge challenges to find a job right after graduation due to the challenging labour market and the lack of skills and working experience. For employers, a mobility experience is generally considered an asset as 64% believe international experience is important, but eventually, the obtained transversal skills and knowledge are the aspects that matter the most (92%). Why are the skills gained through a mobility experience not clear and why does this lack of recognition still exist?

In response to this, the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is launching ErasmusJobs, an Erasmus+ KA2 project, to bridge the skills gap for the Erasmus Generation. The project is a collaborative cross-European partnership between ESN, Masaryk University, LEO-NET, UNIVERSIDAD DE ALCALA, European Institute for Industrial Leadership, UNIVERSITE DE MONS, European University Foundation, Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” and Expertise in Labour Mobility B.V.

From Education to Labour Market

ErasmusJobs project aims to bridge the skills gap and enhance the transition from education to the labour market. Building on the core principle that a mobility experience reduces long-term unemployment, the project aims to clearly identify the skills gained during a stay abroad and make those more understandable by employers. In order to achieve that, ErasmusJobs brings together many stakeholders to ensure a future of employable Erasmus+ alumni.

The project aims to identify the obtained skills and translate these to the CV and labour market. It aims to create tools to identify such skills and work on the recognition of skills with employers and the industry, to create understanding. Finally, the project intends to create a common understanding of how these skills can be mapped and raise awareness among employers.

Building on that, the project will create a platform for all involved stakeholders to advertise, recognise and recruit for specific transversal key competences. The platform, similar to ErasmusIntern.org, will helpErasmus+ Alumni to better advertise skills gained through a mobility experience, volunteering, or other non-formal learning.

Training Toolkit and Best Practices

Further aiming to increase the impact, the project will implement a training toolkit for the various stakeholders involved. The toolkit will further ensure that students are aware of their skills, raise awareness in the industry, support career offices and promote the various outcomes of the project through training content.

Finally, the ErasmusJobs project will work to translate all the outcomes of the research, competency profile and skills mapping, to easily understand and implement best practices. A final conference will be organized in Brussels to launch the Job platform of the Erasmus Generation. Several trainings for university staff will be organised, to equip them with the knowledge on how to identify and promote the skills gained by university students through informal learning.

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