The University of Rome Tor Vergata provides its students with over 22 annual scholarships, grants and awards for financial support. Details are available on the website.
Around 1,500 housing solutions:
- Laziodisu (Italian regional body) provides students with scholarships and accommodation upon a selection based on eligibility criteria. www.laziodisu.it
- Campus X in Tor Vergata area offers several services with 1500 accommodation places. www.campusx.it/roma/
- Fondazione Rui accommodation awarded to deserving students. www.rui.it
Library System and Services
Each school is equipped with its own library, offerting Tor Vergata students free access to soft and hard copies. Opening hours are from 9.00 am to 10.30 pm (Monday-Friday); from 10 am to 8 pm (Sunday).
There are several student-oriented digital services which foster their relations with the University. Among them we include WiFi connection, free access to Microsoft Office 365, including an institutional e-mail account, OneDrive cloud workspace, Lync online, share points to create and share documents, Office web apps; online procedures to manage student careers; Matlab, Office365, Media Library online (MLOL), Digital-library, LabView (National Instruments),Microsoft Imagine Premium.
Services for students with disabilities or Specific Learning Difficulties (SLD): the CARIS Commission
The CARIS commission provides services to encourage a full and active participation to the academic life of students with disabilities, specific learning difficulties or temporary difficulties. CARIS offers: tutoring services and personal guidance on campus and in the classroom, loan services for text books and computer equipment, software and specific technological aids, sign Language interpreters or stenotypes for hearing impaired students, assistance for entry exams to degree courses, speech therapy available for students with speech impediments and learning disabilities in order to prepare students for exams, counseling services for psychological and emotional needs, total exemption of university fees for students with certified disability higher than 66%, partial exemption for students with certified disability between 46% and 65%, transportation services with vehicles equipped for students with disabilities upon request. Also CARIS promotes cultural and sports activities such as theater classes, sailing, writing, painting classes and indoor and outdoor sports. www.caris.uniroma2.it www.facebook.com/CARISuniroma2/
Facilities for Tor Vergata community:“Agevola”
The University of Rome Tor Vergata, through “AGEVOLA” initiative, gives the students the possibility of benefitting from more than 250 partnerships, offers and discounts. Check on www.agevola.uniroma2.it all the deals and discounts: restaurants, theatres, concerts, travels, gyms and much more.
University Language Centre (CLA)
The University Language Centre (CLA) supports the teaching and learning of seven foreign languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Polish and Portuguese). It caters for curricular language courses for the students enrolled at the University of Rome Tor Vergata as well as for those under EU programmes (Erasmus+). Its activities are based on relevant research in second language acquisition and educational technology. Amongst its main aims, the Language Centre promotes multilingualism by supporting and officially certifying the foreign language competences for personal, academic and professional purposes. www.cla.uniroma2.it
Centre for Italian Language and Culture of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (CLICI)
It promotes the diffusion of Italian language and culture through cultural and educational initiatives (conferences, congresses, courses, etc.) and offers courses in Italian language and culture to both Tor Vergata students and foreigners from all over the world. CLICI organises extensive and intensive Italian language course throughout the academic year and also provides courses for international projects.www.clici.uniroma2.it
Tor Vergata Shuttle Bus
Two free shuttle buses are available for Tor Vergata community: one connects Tor Vergata railway station to the University buildings and the other one links the various University buildings. This services runs from 8.00 a.m to 06.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday. The second service, connects Anagnina underground station to the University buildings and links the University buildings to each other. This service runs from 7.30 a.m. to 11.00. p.m. from Monday to Friday. On Sunday the service runs at 9.30 a.m. o’clock, 10.30 a.m., 07.30 p.m and 8.30 p.m. Routes and timetables are available on the University website: www.uniroma2.it
Tor Vergata Placement
The Office is dedicated to connect students and graduates of the University of Rome Tor Vergata with the job world. Through recruitment initiatives, students have the opportunity to establish a direct contact with the companies and get acquainted with the professional world before obtaining their university degree. Tor Vergata calls Business with two Career Days: the University holds two important events for students and graduates to meet up with companies looking for talents. They are the University-Work Forum organised by Alituri.e. an Association of former Engineering
students, and Campus&Leaders&Talents, set up by Desk Imprese and Associazione Laureati Economia Tor Vergata – Alet (Association of Tor Vergata Economics Graduates). These two events are held each year respectively in April and October, and the success of both initiatives is proven by the growing number of businesses and students attending such career days every year. www.placement.uniroma2.it
The IaD School builds methodological and technological skills through online and/or blended teaching and learning.http://www.scuolaiad.it/