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.

Pharmacist – State Exam 2022

Pharmacist – State Exam 2022

The first and second sessions of the State exams to practice the profession of Pharmacist are scheduled for July and November 2022.

Candidates must submit their application for admission to the first session no later than 23 June 2022 and to the second session no later than 19 October 2022.

For procedures visit the following link:


Call for Applications a.y. 2022-2023 is on line!!!

Call for Applications a.y. 2022-2023 is on line!!!

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

  • The admission test (written test) will be held on the 5th of July 2022 at 10:30 (for Tor Vergata University).
  • Oral test will be held on 15th July  (FIRST ROUND) at 10:00 (Zoom or Teams Platform).
    Registration on DELPHI will be active from the 10th May 2022.
    Registration on CISIA will be active from the 1st June 2022.






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:


– 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.


– 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.

Exam information: Prof. Barbato 2nd year module 2 Drug Analysis exam (code 8067491)

exam results

Prof. Barbato 2nd year module 2 Drug Analysis exam (code 8067491) 8CFU, to be held the 4th and 23th will be on Teams in REMOTE for all the students, however, there is also the opportunity of having it in the presence if students are compliant with super green pass (3 vaccinations green pass).
Student who fail to pass the 4th date, are NOT allowed to access to the 23rd date.

Students are required to have passed the module 1 to access to the module 2 exam.


MODE OF RESERVATION for ALL modes, presence or remote, on TEAMS class


add in the dedicated chat by replying  the following informations:

Surname, Name, Matricola, “in presence or Remote on Teams”, You have to choose one of these latter two modalities.


For the February 4th: deadline reservation is January 31

For the February 23th: deadline reservation is February 17

The written test on TEAMS remote modality will be strictly held in conformity with the instructions 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.

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

February 01 at 9.00 AM for the exam session of February 04th. February 18th at 9.00AM for the exam session of February 23rd. If you have questions, send me a private message, identifying yourself with surname name and matricola, in the TEAMS chat, DO NOT send e-mails.

Instruction file for 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 referentecovid@uniroma2.it.

Covid-19 update: Deadline for Visa procedures postponed to December 31st

Covid-19 update: Deadline for Visa procedures postponed to December 31st

Given the difficulties worldwide related to the Covid-19 pandemic emergency, MIUR (Ministry of University) has extended the deadline for the conclusion of Visa procedures for international students (Academic Year 2021/2022) to 31st December 2021.

For the submission of the documentation in original required in order to finalize the in-presence enrollment, the deadline is postponed to 31st January 2022.

NB: This extension is to be intended only for non-EU students applying for visas.