General info

Places on offer and admission requirements

The public call for applications to enter the first year of the English-taught Course of Study in “Global Governance” (“L-16 class”, Political Sciences) at the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Department of Economics and Finance) for the academic year (a.y.) 2018/2019 is now open; a total number of at most 204 places are available, divided as follows:

  • 150 places available for Italian citizens, EU citizens and NON-EU citizens legally resident in Italy;
  • 54 places reserved for NON-EU citizens resident abroad and applying for visa (4 of which are reserved to Chinese students participating to the “Marco Polo” programme).

Any Italian citizen, EU citizen and non-EU citizen legally resident in Italy, as well as any foreign/international citizen requiring a visa, may participate to the selection process. In order to be admitted to the Course, it is mandatory to hold a five-year high school Diploma issued by Italian institutes, or alternatively an equivalent foreign qualification obtained abroad and valid for the admission to any Italian University (see attachment).

Moreover, any student - enrolled in the last year of Italian High Schools, or in the last year of non-Italian High Schools issuing an equivalent foreign qualification obtained abroad and valid for the admission to any Italian University - expecting to achieve the High School Diploma in the 2017/2018 school academic year may participate in the selection process.

The application procedure is also necessary for:

  • students from other universities who intend to apply for transfer to the Course of Study in “Global Governance”;
  • students of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" belonging to Courses of Study other than “Global Governance” who intend to apply for inbound transfer to the Course of Study in “Global Governance”.

The candidate selection will take place in two calls and the total number of places made available by the Course of Study is divided as follows:

  • First call: 102 places (of which 27 places reserved to NON-EU citizens resident abroad and who need to apply for a visa, 2 of which are reserved to Chinese students participating to the “Marco Polo” programme). Students declared eligible for the oral interview but eventually not admitted in the first call may apply again in the second call, submitting if desired additional experiences gained during the period which has elapsed since the first application.
  • Second call: 102 places (of which 27 places reserved to NON-EU citizens resident abroad and who need to apply for a visa, 2 of which are reserved to Chinese students participating to the “Marco Polo” programme), in addition to potential additional places available at the end of the first call.