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Welcome to the University of Rome Tor Vergata

in Rome, Italy!

EEBL is a two-year master of science degree course, taught entirely in English. It is an interdisciplinary programme that includes a wide range of courses that cover: political economy, European Union law, economic history, statistics and management. 50% of students enrolled in EEBL are international students from all over the world. Click here to learn more!


 

28 MAY EEBL PROGRAMME OFFICE CLOSURE

Due to the EEBL Open Day event to be held on 28 May from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, the EEBL Programme Office will be closed. Students can find all of the EEBL staff present in Room TL, Building A during the day-long event.

SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR EEBL STUDENTS

In the occasion of EEBL Open Day on 28 May 2018, Professor Becchetti invited Mr. Frederik De Klerk, former president of South Africa and 1993 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, to join us. Although unable to attend the event, he has sent a message to all EEBL students.

EEBL OPEN DAY 28 MAY 2018!

At 10:00 am in Room TL, Ground Floor of Building A, meet the EEBL coordinator, Professor Leonardo Becchetti, and alumni who will present the degree programme. Ambassador Ahmet Üzümcü, the Director-General of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Nobel Peace Prize in 2013, and Ambassador Carlo Trezza, Senior Adviser for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation of the Italian Institute of International Affairs (IAI) will lead a debate on peace. The event will be followed by an international potluck lunch, all attendees are encouraged to join us! Click on the Photo to register.

NEW DUAL-TITLE DEGREE WITH SOAS OF LONDON


Selected students will soon be eligible to take advantage of a dual-title agreement which provides an opportunity to study in Rome and in London and to achieve two different master degrees within a two-year period. 


 

UPCOMING LECTURES ON POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Join us for a cycle of seminars provided by our international guest speaker, Professor Thomas Christiano, from the University of Arizona. Social Juistice and utilitarianism will be explored. Lecture dates: 6, 9, 10 and 11 July 2018.