Universita degli Studi di Roma - La Sapienza





Sapienza University of Rome was founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII. It is the leading University in Rome and the largest University in Europe: a city within a city, with over 700 years of history, 145,000 students, over 4,500 professors and  almost 5,000 people are administrative and technical staff. Sapienza has a wide academic offer which includes over 300 degree programmes and 250 one or two year professional courses. Sapienza has 116 libraries and 21 museums. Its eleven faculties are: Architecture; Civil and Industrial Engineering; Economics; Information Engineering; Law; Mathematical, Physical and Natural Studies; Medicine and Dentistry; Medicine and Psychology; Pharmacy and Medicine ;Philosophy, Arts and Humanities and Oriental Studies; Political Science, Sociology and Communication Science

Courses offered through English


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