• Gustavo Piga
    Gustavo Piga: The complexity of the global economy needs to be faced and governed with decisiveness, vision and values. The future leaders that will master these new challenges need to be passioned, curious, competent and open to change and diversity. The Global Governance B.A. is built for them.
  • Riccardo Cardilli
    Riccardo Cardilli: A global world needs universal ideas. National states and legal orders prevent universal perspectives and common rules. Which universal ideas can we imagine to face globalization? What methods to solve the contradiction between global law, superpowers and human rights?
  • Donato Abruzzese
    Donato Abruzzese: My course? Contributing to the Global Governance BA with the skills to manage and prevent natural disasters. It's time to face even earthquake and tsunami considering global experience and coordinating the prevention and the reactions.
  • Silvio Pons
    Silvio Pons: "We know what things cost but have no idea what they are worth. We no longer ask of a judicial ruling or a legislative act: Is it good? Is it fair? Is it just? Is it right? Will it help bring about a better society or a better world? Those used to be the political questions, even if they invited no easy answers. We must learn once again to pose them". (Tony Judt)
  • Elisabetta Strickland
    Elisabetta Strickland: A choice for today to become a leader of our tomorrow.
  • Paola Sinibaldi
    Paola Sinibaldi: Being healthy is a right of every body in the world. To preserve the state of health is a big challenge and it needs a very different business model to be successful.


The University of Rome Tor Vergata launches a new 3-year interdisciplinary (L-16) Undergraduate Degree (B.A.) in Global Governance taught in English. The extraordinary innovation of this course, within the Italian educational system, is in its inter-disciplinary nature, embracing courses from all the fields of study offered by the University of Rome Tor Vergata: Arts and Humanities, Economics, Engineering, Law, Medicine and Sciences.
Distinguished local and international visiting professors from the above mentioned areas have agreed to offer an unusual combination of courses meant to rigorously raise the awareness of young students to the challenges of global phenomena and their appropriate governance.  
This course will be reserved to a limited number of students (40), coming from all over the world, holding a high school diploma.




Lunch Talk with Margherita Marchioni

On November 13th at 1 p.m. - in the living room of the Library (Building B)

On. Sandro Gozi at the School of Economics at Tor Vergata University

Lecture on priorities of Italy in the frame of the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

Global Governance at the V Festival della Diplomazia 2014!

Seminar "Abenomics versus Euronomics” on October 24th at the European Commission Representative Offices in Italy.

Global Governance students visit the Library of the Chamber of Deputies

A Seminar on "Between History and Law: the denial of the Holocaust in the perspective of the European Courts".

B.A. in Global Governance: Opening Ceremony of the Academic Year 2014-2015

Keynote lecture addressed by Ambassador G. Massolo

University of Rome Tor Vergata among the QS "World's Top 50 Under 50"

Ranking of the world’s top 50 universities established within the last 50 years, based on the highest performing young institutions in the 2014/15 QS World University Rankings