Roma Tre University

Rome, Italy
Site: uniroma3.it Founded: 1992 year Type of University:Public StudyQA ranking: 11 pts. No. Students: 35338 No. Staff: 1370 Languages: Italian Phone: +390657332100 Fax: incoming.students@uniroma3.it
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Roma Tre University (Italian: Università degli Studi Roma Tre) is an Italian public research university located in Rome, Italy, with its main campus situated in the Ostiense quarter. Roma Tre University is a young university thought for young people. Founded in 1992, it has rapidly grown in terms of enrolments as well as in the number of academic courses offered. It has gained a very good reputation in the most prominent academic rankings, especially among the most recently founded institutions.

Roma Tre University is organized in 12 departments offering Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, Postgraduate and Advanced courses, PhDs and Specialisation Schools.

Among its founding values, Roma Tre assumes the promotion and organization of high-quality international research, the excellence in higher education as well as in the development and dissemination of knowledge, the environmental protection, the international solidarity, the principles of gender equity and the evaluation and recognition of merit.

Teaching and research, in all disciplinary areas, constantly interact and target a global world, thus promoting the upgrading and enrichment of knowledge; they combine their action with the third mission, considered both as technology transfer and as a projection of higher education activities on the territory.

The international dimension is considered a strategic aspect for the University, which adheres, among others, to the inspirational principles of the Magna Charta Universitatum and identifies itself in the principles and tools of the European Research and Higher education Area.

A dynamic, modern and international university that has immediately characterised as the vital lever of the capital‘s urban development, within which it is now deeply rooted, contributing in changing the city’s identity with a persevering process of restructuring and re-using abandoned industrial buildings, converting them into factories of knowledge and research.

The University has double degree agreements with:

  • University of Murcia (Law)
  • University of Poitiers (Law)
  • Nova Southeastern University (Law)

Roma Tre University holds a number of academic cooperation agreements with foreign universities, promoting professors, researchers and students mobility and exchange. The global partnerships include the University of Brasilia, the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, the University of Passo Fundo, the University of Talca, the University of Valparaíso.

  • Faculty of Engineering

  • School of Literature Philosophy Languages

  • Faculty of Architecture

  • Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences

  • School of Economics and Business Studies

  • Faculty of Education

  • Faculty of Economics "Federico Caffè"

  • Faculty of Political Science

  • Department of Science

  • Department of Education Sciences

  • Faculty of Law

The idea of founding a third university in Rome was flagged in the middle 1980s when the Ministry of Public Education formed a committee of inquiry into higher education to deal with a perceived emergency in university enrollments in Rome. After much debate, a future campus location was selected in what was a semi-industrial part of the city and it was decided that the future university be named with a number in chronological order.

Roma Tre University, was formally established in 1992 under the name Terza Università degli Studi di Roma (Third University of Rome). One of the milestones for Roma Tre, since its foundation, as well as a guideline for its development, was its incorporation in the surrounding area, characterised by the reclamation of old buildings and school premises, transformed into facilities for study and research.

Pope Francis visited the University, Rome's youngest, on February 17, 2017.

Admission for Non-EU citizens residing abroad

The procedures for admission to first and second cycle degree courses with a foreign qualification require an application for pre-enrolment which must be submitted to the Italian Embassy/Consulate or Cultural Institute in the country of residence.

The procedures for admission to first and second cycle degree courses with a foreign qualification require an application for pre-enrolment which must be submitted directly to the university; it is mandatory to submit foreign qualifications and related certifications to the Office for Students with Foreign Qualifications.

Nostrification procedure 

In the sector of evaluation and recognition of qualification, a qualification is defined as equal to another when both, awarded by official institutions and being officially part of the relevant national system, carry all the legal impact and have the same “legal value”.

Nostrification is a form of academic recognition that is based on the analytical evaluation of a foreign higher education qualification with the aim of verifying whether it corresponds in detail in level and content to a similar Italian university degree so as to be able to define it as equivalent and thus recognize the same legal effect. The evaluation is carried out by comparing the foreign degree with the degree awarded by the Italian university.

Italian universities, in their autonomy, can evaluate foreign academic qualifications, applying Articles 2 and 3 of Law 148/02 (implementation of the Lisbon Convention), in order to issue similar Italian degrees.

The request for the award of the corresponding Italian qualification can be submitted if the foreign qualification:

  1. is an official first or second cycle qualification respectively of relevant foreign higher education system, awarded by an official institution of the foreign higher education system;
  2. allows entry to comparable second or third cycle programmes in the relevant foreign higher education system;
  3. presents corresponding elements of nature and academic discipline as the Italian qualification required for entry (number of credits, duration, the academic nature and/or research elements, etc.);
  4. there is an Italian qualification which is comparable to the foreign qualification, both in type and in academic subject.

Application deadlines: From January until April. 

Before applying

The University of Roma Tre has its own regulations governing admissions to university degree courses for holders of foreign qualifications and for the recognition of foreign degrees. The regulations are available online in the Portale dello Studente.

Mandotory for non-EU citizens living abroad. To the Italian Embassy/Consulate or Cultural Institute in the country of residence within the deadlines published with the interministerial provisions.

Admission qualifications and documents requested by Roma Tre

  • All documents requested may be submitted in their original form or in a certified copy;
  • Admission qualifications must be accompanied by a declaration of value issued by the responsible Italian Embassy/Consulate in the State whose legal system the qualification refers to, or by a certificate issued by ENIC-NARIC centres;
  • Unless explicitly indicated, no translation into Italian is required for titles and documents issued in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese;
  • Exam certificates (transcripts of records) and related course programmes may be replaced by the Diploma Supplement, if available;
  • Those who submit incomplete documentation or documentation that needs to be refined are conditionally registered and cannot take exams or carry out any career step until they submit all the requested documentation.

Specific documents for the admission to Bachelor's Degrees, 1st cycle and 5 years Integrated Degrees, 2nd cycle:

  1. High school diploma, with official translation into Italian and consular legalization by the Italian Embassy/Consulate abroad for other languages than those indicated in “Common rules”;
  2. Certificate stating the passing of the national university entrance examination, if required in the country of origin.

Please note:The years of schooling for admission to degree courses must be at least 12.  
For qualifications obtained at the end of a school period of less than 12 years, students must provide, in addition to the original diploma of secondary studies, also the academic certification attesting the passing of all the exams of the first year of university studies (in the case of the local 11-year-old school system) or of the first two academic years (in the case of a local school system of 10 years).

Specific documents for the admission to Master's Degrees, 2nd cycle:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in a field compatible with that of the chosen master’s degree course (see link to the didactic regulations in the calls for admission to study courses), with official translation into Italian and consular legalization for other languages than those indicated in “Common rules”, point c.;
  2. Certificate issued by the competent University certifying the exams passed (transcript of records), as well as for each discipline, the programs (detailed description) for the achievement of the aforementioned degree, or Diploma Supplement if available.

Please note: The original documentation or a certified copy of it must be submitted to the Ufficio Studenti con titolo estero after the enrollment, if not already done before.
In the case of enrolment in a Master’s degree course, this must be submitted to the Ufficio Studenti con titolo estero after the submission of the application for admission. Admission will not be confirmed until the requested documentation on foreign qualifications has been submitted, and it is in any case subject to the verification of its validity.
The university may carry out checks at any time in the course of a student’s career and act appropriately in the event of any anomalies relating to the admission qualifications.

 Procedure of enrolment at a university abroad who intend to continue their studies at Roma Tre

  1. Apply for pre-enrolment at the first year of the chosen degree course;
  2. Submit an application for admission to the chosen degree course and follow the provisions for enrollment in the 1st year contained in the call for applications
  3. After the enrollment, ask your degree course how to apply for the recognition of the exams taken abroad.

Entrance test

The degree course may require alternatively an:

  • Admission test: compulsory and selective;
  • Assessment test: compulsory but not selective.

Please note: Both admission and assessment tests are compulsory. All types of candidates (Italians with a foreign qualification, non-EU resident abroad; EU or non-EU legally resident in Italy) must therefore take them.

The admission to degree courses is subject to passing (for numerus clausus degree courses) the entrance tests or participating (for unlimited places degree courses) in the entrance tests, as well as to passing the Italian language test of September 2, 2019 if non-EU citizens resident abroad.

Roma Tre University is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the urban setting of the large city of Roma, Lazio. Officially accredited and/or recognized by the Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, Italia (Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, Italy), Università degli Studi Roma Tre (UNIROMA3) is a very large coeducational higher education institution. Università degli Studi Roma Tre (UNIROMA3) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor degrees, master degrees, doctorate degrees in several areas of study.  This 28 years old higher-education institution has a selective admission policy based on entrance examinations. The admission rate range is 70-80% making this Italian higher education organization a somewhat selective institution. International applicants are eligible to apply for enrollment.

The formal system for accreditation of State University programs in Italy began in 1933. This law accredits a set of Universities, faculties, and courses. It involves two separate but correlated programs that were instituted at the same time: First, each University went through a four-step process to adopt and approve its own Regolamenti Didattici di Ateneo (RDA). The RDA establishes the rules for the organisation of teaching at the university, including establishing the requirements and objectives of each degree program, the curricula, credits awarded and requirements and objectives of examinations.

The RDA's were developed in consultation with representatives of the individual university, the regional coordinating committee (CRC), employers and the National University Council and are ultimately approved by the Ministry of Education (MIUR). Second, a series of formal, objective standards was adopted as minimum requirements for approval of any programs.

Roma Tre University is ranked: 570 out of 20.300 universities in the World Rank of the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities; 392 out of 11.000 universities in the World Web Ranking of 4ICU - International Colleges & Universities; 858 out of 3.042 universities in the Global Ranking of the SCImago Institutions Rankings; 698 out of 2.500 universities in the World Ranking of the University Ranking by Academic Performance.

The School of Economics is ranked in the top 25% institutions in Italy in the RePEc ranking.The School of Law is constantly ranked among the top-five in the country with a note of AAA (Censis-La Repubblica),[citation needed] mostly due to the selective entry test and to the small-size of the classes.

Accommodation

The University, through UniRoma3 Accommodation Service, offers a new FREE service to off –site students. The service is offered by a partner real-estate company. UniRoma3 Accommodation Service searches and selects suitable housing solutions, on the private real-estate market, for students of the University who are looking for a house, a room, or a bed in Rome. Accommodation is available from previously selected private owners, and properties can be rented at clear conditions and by signing a regular contract.The University encourages enrollment of students with disabilities and aids proper integration into University life through economic benefits, personal services and implementation of innovative technologies such as supplementary tools for online teaching and distance learning.

Specific Learning Disorders and Inclusion Support acts for students with disabilities

The Rector’s Delegate for Disability, Specific Learning Disorders and Inclusion Support acts as a guide for policies aimed at facilitating the integration and inclusion of those affected by disabilities who work and study at the University. The services are managed by the Office of Students with Disabilities and SLD, coordinated by the Responsible of Directorate 6.

 

Luibrary 

The University Library System (SBA) offers qualified resources and services in teaching and research, thus meeting the informative needs of the university community. It consists of seven specialised libraries that collect the book heritage of close related disciplines. Some libraries are organised into sections located in the different university locations and perceived in order to be as close as possible to students and professors. In addition to the University Library System, Roma Tre owns other important libraries, as for example the “Guillaume Apollinaire” library, located in the Italian-French Studies Centre. It also hosts the book heritage of the Italo Latin American Institute, partially available in the Science library and in the Political Studies library.

​Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy 

Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy - The Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomyis a laboratory which supports both scientific research and education in Animal Biology. The major role of the museum is to conserve and exhibit zoological material to students, PhD and researchers.

Palladium Theatre 

he Palladium Theatre is the University theatre. It was built between 1927 and 1929 by the architect Sabbatini and was completely renovated by the University.

Roma Tre Farm

Roma Tre Farm - The farm is in a 24-acre (97,000 m2) villa dating back to the 16th century in the town of Ciampino. The University supports a Sustainable Food Project.

Language Centre

The Language Centre was established in 1994 at Roma Tre University. It provides language training services, thus meeting the ever-increasing new needs of the University. In brief, these are the main objectives of the Centre: Providing teaching activities for students whose curriculum includes credits or qualifying examinations in one or more foreign languages, both in terms of courses and self-learning activities; Offering language training for Erasmus in- and outgoing students; Offering the possibility to learn extra-curricular languages as well as other language skills; Offering language courses for the University academic and administrative staff as well as for third parties;Preparing and providing testing materials for credits and qualifying examinations according to the Departments requests.

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