2013/2014 *The Campus *Is situated in the south part of Rome, characterized by vast green fields, far away from traffic noise. *The area is catered to by an efficient transport system that links the Faculties to the Anagnina station. City Center Tor Vergata University of Tor Vergata was founded in 1982. It offers a wide range of academic programs through its faculties of Economics, Law, Engineering, Medicine, Language and Philosophy, Humanities, Sciences, Mathematics. Its aim is to provide students with high quality education. It considers cultural activities and international exchanges as fundamental aspects of learning. Engineering Medicine Sciences MM.FF.NN Law Humanities – Language and Philosophy Economics *How to Reach Us Through Public Transport: •Underground line A + Bus: Line A to the mainstop Anagnina station then get the Bus 20 Express or 500. •Bus: From Via Casilina get the bus 105 or 157. •Train plus Bus: Roma – Pantano (Casilino) until Torrenova stop then get bus 507 or 105. *Useful Websites University website: http://www.uniroma2.it Online services for students: http://delphi.uniroma2.it School of Economics website: http://www.economia.uniroma2.it Master of Science website http://www.economia.uniroma2.it/masterscience/msc.asp How to use the School of Economics Website Information on courses Timetable I semester * School of Economics Courses in Italian Undergraduate Programs I Corsi di Laurea Triennale Three (3) Years Graduate Programs I Corsi di Laurea Magistrale Two (2) Years Economia e Management (CLEM) Economia e Management (CLEM) Economics and Management Economics and Management Economia dei Mercati e degli Intermediari Finanziari (CLEMIF) Economia dei Mercati e degli Intermediari Finanziari (CLEMF) Financial Market and Institutions Financial Market and Institutions Scienze Economiche (CLESE) Scienze Economiche (CLESE) Economics and Social Sciences Economics and Social Sciences Economia Organizzazione e Territorio (CLEOT) Economics Organization and Territory *School of Economics Courses in English SPECIALISED DEGREE COURSES (2 YEARS) Business Administration MASTERS OF SCIENCE Economics European Economy and Business Law (EEBL) Finance and Banking MSc Office is exactly in front of TL classroom * School of Economics: Services The Vilfredo Pareto library Computer classrooms Data processing service (S.E.D) Graduate Liasion office Self-Access language laboratory Cafeteria and Canteen *Erasmus Office An ERASMUS experience gives huge personal enrichment and is an unforgettable experience for everyone. Our office is a point of reference for students and gives support in any arising need ranging from academic studies to practical daily life in Italy. We offer services and initiatives aimed at facilitating student integration into University life at Tor Vergata and extend our assistance to discovering Rome and Italy as well. We believe that through sharing of ideas and exchanging view points it is possible to strengthen our awareness of European citizens. *Documents to Present Before arrival: Fill out forms and mail to the main University ERASMUS office: • Application form • Accommodation form • Learning Agreement Forms can be downloaded at: http://torvergata.llpmanager.it Upon arrival: visit the Faculty ERASMUS Office in Via Columbia, 2, building A, ground floor. Get your Codice Fiscale (Italian Identification Number) Students must also register at the main University ERASMUS Office Window in Via Orazio Raimondo 18. *Where to get your Codice Fiscale Agenzia delle Entrate – Office Rome 5 (Ufficio di Roma 5 – CODICE FISCALE) Via di Torre Spaccata, 110 00173 Roma Opening Hours: Morning: Monday to Friday from 08:45 to 12:45 Afternoon: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 14:15 to 15:35 Directions: Take the METRO A. Get off at the SUBAUGUSTA Station. Walk towards the CINECITTÁ Stop. Take Bus No. 552. Get off at the TORRE SPACCATA/PELIZZI Stop (7th Stop). The Office is 50 meters away from the Stop. * Things to do upon Arrival • Welcome meeting at the School of Economics with the Erasmus Coordinator and Didactical Coordinator. • Assignment of a tutor in order to facilitate adjustment and integration into university and city life. • Meet professors of selected courses to become familiar with class program and exam method. • Tour of the School of Economics *Necessary Documents Health Insurance form E111 (or form E128 where still used), or corresponding European Health Certificate or valid equivalent private international insurance. For public transportation in Rome, University students can get a metro/bus pass at the price of 35 Euros monthly (53 Euro for impersonal ticket, 250 Euro annual). For more information: www.atac.roma.it *Academic Calendar Begin classes spring semester Begin clases winter semester Summer session Autumn session Winter session End classes winter semester Christmas holiday End classes spring semester *Other Useful Information Accommodation: visit the following web sites: www.porta-portese.it www.casaaffitti.com www.cts.it www.campusxroma.it/ The cost is approximately €400 per month Student services: •Italian course •Orientation and welcome day •Tutors •Organized trips •Social activities •Sport facilities •Computer facilities •Libraries •Language laboratories Any Question??