Important FAQ about TOLC-F

Important FAQ about TOLC-F

Question 1:  The seats available for the admission test at Tor Vergata are already full.  Can I take the English TOLC-F at another University?            

Answer: Yes. You can book another English TOLC-F in: University of  Bologna

Region:  Emilia Romagna

Dates: visit Cisia website (calendar of the dates)

Question2 : How many times can I take the test?

Answer: Just one time. Please keep in mind that if you are planning to study Pharmacy at Tor Vergata, you MUST register in Delphi as written it in our call “bando”.

Question 3: When is the dateline to register in Universitaly?

Answer: The 1st of July.

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Covid-19 Update: Reopening Decree starting April 26

Covid-19 Update: Reopening Decree starting April 26

Following the national and regional provisions announced for the next few hours, the Regional Committee of the Universities of Lazio has resolved that starting from Monday 26th of April 2021 the following provisions will be applied:


Lessons

Lessons (curricular and formative) will resume primarily in presence with the possibility to attend online. Access to the classrooms will be limited to no more than 50% of the maximum capacity of classes and regulated through reservations on the “Delphi” portal in compliance with the Mur Guidelines referred to in Annex 18 of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 14 January 2021.

Taking into account their own internal needs, the Faculties of Tor Vergata are required to plan in-presence teaching activities respecting the above required percentages.


Exams

Exams will be carried out primarily in presence, ensuring the distancing rules and the use of PPE. In any case, an online session will also be provided, in order to ensure all students who request it (if unable to carry them out in presence for proven reasons, quarantine, or for documented health reasons or for foreign students unable to return to Italy) the opportunity to take the exam.

Exams can be carried out exclusively in classrooms of those Faculties which can assure the required distance.


Graduation Sessions and Final Exams

Graduation sessions and final exams for the achievement of qualifiying titles can be held in presence in compliance with the M.U.R. (Ministry of University and Research) guidelines, allowing a maximum of two accompanying persons for each student. This method can be implemented as long as the distance and any other safety measures in relation to the number of undergraduates can be guaranteed: an assessment will be carried out by the Faculty Dean / Macro Area Coordinator.

The possibility of carrying out the final tests remotely is allowed to students who make a justified request as they are unable to take it in presence for proven reasons eg. if you are in quarantine, or for documented health reasons or for foreign students unable to return to Italy.


Libraries

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.


Internships, professional internships, laboratory activities, exercises

Internships, professional internships, laboratory activities, exercises, will take place primarily in presence in compliance with the aforementioned Mur guidelines and in compliance with the University safety and prevention protocols. The possibility of carrying out activities online is confirmed for students who make a justified request if they are unable to support it in presence for proven reasons (eg. in quarantine, or for documented health reasons or for foreign students unable to return to Italy).


PhD students

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


Laboratories, didactic laboratories and complex structures

University facilities, research laboratories and educational laboratories will remain open allowing access to teachers and researchers and students in compliance with the anti-covid regulations in place and the guidelines of the MUR referred to in Annex 18 of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 02/14/2021.

The Rector – Prof. Orazio Schillaci

Translated from the Italian Website

Diary of your experience: COVID-19

exam results

Being at university in Rome during the coronavirus outbreak has been a real challenge. Areas that were once buzzing with students are now empty.

Quarantine in young people leads to profound reflections such as, for example fear and loneliness, but also dreams and ambitions: we publish the writings of high school students closed at home in one of the most delicate periods of life

We asked students to write a story about isolation: how they felt, how their habits had changed, the relationship with their home, what idea they had of this historical moment, what they expected from the future, what they would do once the quarantine is over.

And you???

Tell us your story by e-mail: segreteria@farmacia.uniroma2.it

Below the stories of our students:

Covid-19: New guidelines for lessons, exams and graduation sessions starting April 7

Covid-19: New guidelines for lessons, exams and graduation sessions starting April 7

Following the national and regional provisions announced for the next few hours, the Regional Committee of the Universities of Lazio has resolved that starting from Wednesday 7 April 2021 the following provisions will be applied:
Lessons (curricular and formative) will resume in presence with the possibility to attend online. Access to the classrooms will be limited to no more than 30% of students and regulated through reservations on the “Delphi” portal in compliance with the Mur Guidelines referred to in Annex 18 of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 02/14/2021.
Exams can be carried out in presence, ensuring the distancing rules and the use of PPE. In any case, an online session will also be provided, in order to ensure all students who request it (if unable to carry them out in presence for proven reasons, quarantine, or for documented health reasons or for foreign students unable to return to Italy) the opportunity to take the exam. Please note that the exams cannot be carried out in the studies, but only and exclusively in the classrooms of the Faculty / Macroarea already set up with the defined spacing.
Graduation sessions and final exams for the achievement of qualifiying titles can be held in presence in compliance with the M.U.R. (Ministry of University and Research) guidelines, allowing a maximum of two accompanying persons for each student. This method can be implemented as long as the distance and any other safety measures in relation to the number of undergraduates can be guaranteed: an assessment will be carried out by the Faculty Dean / Macro Area Coordinator. The possibility of carrying out the final tests remotely is allowed to students who make a justified request as they are unable to take it in presence for proven reasons eg. if you are in quarantine, or for documented health reasons or for foreign students unable to return to Italy.
Professional internships in the medical, dental and health professions areas, laboratory activities, exercises, and experiential activities may take place in person in compliance with the guidelines of the MUR referred to in Annex 18 of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 02/14/2021.
The University facilities, the research laboratories, will remain open allowing access to teachers and researchers by providing a smart working plan for the administrative and technical staff to guarantee services in compliance with the anti-covid regulations in force.
– The Rector Orazio Schillaci
Translated from the Italian Website

COVID-19: New Lockdown Starting March 15

COVID-19: New Lockdown Starting March 15

To the University Community.
Following the national and regional provisions that have been announced and which will be implemented in the next few hours, the Regional Committee of the Universities of Lazio (Comitato Regionale delle Università del Lazio) has resolved that starting from Monday, 15 March 2021 the following provisions will be applied:

– Attendance in presence of educational and curricular activities of all study courses is suspended. Bachelor degrees, master degrees, masters lessons and doctoral courses will continue remotely.
– Exams and graduation sessions are carried out remotely.
– University libraries and other structures that provide services to students will carry out their activities mainly at a distance.
– Professional internships in the medical, dental and health professions area, laboratory activities, exercises, and experiential activities may take place in person in compliance with the guidelines of the MUR referred to in Annex 18 of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 02/14/2021.

The University facilities will remain open, allowing access to teachers and providing a smart-working plan for the administrative and technical staff in order to ensure services in compliance with the anti-covid regulations in force.

The Rector

Translated from the Italian website

Procedure for Temporary Teams Account Request

Procedure for Temporary Teams Account Request

The procedure for requesting a temporary Teams account is reserved to:
• New International students (ongoing enrollment on Delphi platform for the 2020/2021 academic year, and already registered on the Universitaly portal)
• New Bachelor Degree students (pending the final secondary school exams and diploma certificate for 2020) for Italian students
• New Master Degree students (pending the final Bachelor dissertation and degree certificate for the 2019/2020 academic year) for Italian students
Please follow these steps:
1. Fill in the FORM and verify that you have correctly entered your personal email address. If the request is successful, at the end you will receive a summary email; should this confirmation not arrive, please contact us.
2. The Welcome Office will approve the request.
3. You will receive an email with a username and password to log into Teams.
4. Connect to Teams from WEB (https://teams.microsoft.com) log in and set your personal password.
5. Download and install the Microsoft Teams app.
In order to access to the online lessons, join by using the Teams code or Teams link of the class on the website of your course of attendance.
For assistance, contact us: welcome@uniroma2.onmicrosoft.com.

PagoPA: Public Administration ePayment System

PagoPA: Public Administration ePayment System

The regulations relating to payments to the Public Administration oblige public administrations, including Universities, to receive relevant payments through the system called PagoPA promoted by the Agency for Digital Italy (AGID) of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (www.governo.it).
PagoPA is an electronic payment system designed to make any payment to the Public Administration easier, safer and more transparent. PagoPA payment can be carried out through various channels (credit card, at bank branches, tobacco stores, etc.).
Payment Notification
Student will receive a payment notification at the end of the normal immatriculation / enrollment / subsequent installments / competitions / access tests.
The PagoPA notice contains the Payment Notice Code, the QR Code and the Interbank Code (CBILL circuit) that allow you to pay easily.
PagoPa allows you to make the payment through a plurality of channels, physical or online.
Payment Methods
Once the PagoPA notice has been obtained, it is possible to pay with different methods: online with a credit card by connecting to the site http://utov.it/pagopa via PAgoPA’s APP IO if you have SPID credentials via home / mobile banking through CBILL circuit or members of the PagoPA system at all bank branches or ATMs that allow you to pay through the CBILL circuit or members of the PagoPA system in Sisal / Lottomatica ticket offices it is not possible to pay the PagoPA bulletin at the Poste Italiane counters
PagoPA Guide
Attached is a special guide (in Italian and English).

PagoPA EN Guide.pdf

PagoPA ITA Guide.pdf

Social impact of Coronavirus

Social impact of Coronavirus

Dear students!

Roskilde University (Denmark) is engaged in the research project “The Social Impact of the coronavirus crisis in 10 Universities”. We would appreciate your participation as Tor Vergata students!

The leading researchers on the project are Anders Ejrnæs and Bjørn Thomassen, both Professor (mso) in Social Sciences and they have requested the supervision for Italy of the anthropologist professor Pietro Vereni.

We are very grateful for your participation – and feel free to encourage your fellow students to participate!

The purpose of the project is simply to examine how the corona crisis has affected our lives. Your information will be collected via the questionnaire you will find a link to here below. We ask you two kinds of questions:

1) questions where you are asked to answer within some predefined categories;
2) some completely open questions that allow you to describe in your own words how you are living through the corona crisis. We believe in the importance of sharing our stories in this crisis situation.

Participation in the project is voluntary. The legal basis for processing your personal data is Article 6 (1) of the Data Protection Regulation and Paragraph 10 (1) of the Data Protection Act.

After collection, the information will be stored securely and without unauthorized access. When stored on portable media, such as computers, phones and hard drives, data will be encrypted to ensure protection.

Tor Vergata and Roskilde University keep your information until the project is completed + 10 years; it will then be transferred to the National Archives.

Data will be used for publication in scientific journals and media outlets. Data will be used in such a way that the readers of these articles will not be able to identify you as a participant – or that you have participated in the project.

Partecipate Here