Services to students



Italy has a public health system called the Servizio Sanitario Nazionale - SSN (National Health Service). The service will provide basic care, intervention in case of emergency, diagnostic and specialist services, hospitalization, pharmaceutical care. EU citizens enjoy the same level of treatment enjoyed by Italian citizens. Non-EU citizens instead need a valid health insurance to get an entry visa for Italy.

To students from outside the EU, as well as all non-EU students of the Department, we recommend to register for the Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN). Registration to the SSN (€ 149.77 per year) allows citizens of non-European countries to enjoy all the health services guaranteed to EU citizens.
In this section, students will find information and advice in the field of Health Care in Italy:
For more information on how to get a visa (non-EU students), click here.
For more information on the Servizio Sanitario Nazionale, click here.


All our students get free various health services offered by the Policlinico Tor Vergata (PTV), which is located near the Faculty of Economics. In particular, conventions with the Policlinico concern the prevention and treatment of obesity and eating disorders, free check-ups reserved for blood donors students, consultancy of clinical psychology. For more detailed information, click here.


A basic health care centre is available for our foreign students and those coming from other Italian regions except Lazio region.
The service is free of charge for all Italian students residing outside Lazio region, for all European students who have an ENI card number and for students of any nationality enrolled in the Italian National Health Service (SSN/SSR). Support will also be given to those students that want to be enrolled in the National/Regional Health Service.

Examination rooms, located in the Occupational Health Department, will be open on Mondays and Thursdays 14-16 on the second floor of the University Hospital.

This facility is organized on a walk-in basis, without any appointment. Students may obtain the following services:

  • A normal medical examination
  • ECG and blood pressure check
  • Prescriptions (according to the doctor’s examination) of therapies, blood tests, instrumental investigations, specialist examinations
  • Health certificates for gym.

A professional MD and an IMS student about to graduate will be working together in this health facility. The future IMS graduate will help the doctor in case of cultural or linguistic barriers hindering access to primary care. On the same days and time, there will also be a nutritionist to treat eating disorders; customized diets may also be prescribed.
The following medical services will not be available: vaccinations, emergency, surgical medications or diagnostic and surgical procedures.



Founded in 1991, the Library "Vilfredo Pareto" of the School of Economics, located at the ground floor of building B, covers about 3000 square meters and has a total of 490 seats.
It is specialized in the traditional disciplines of the Faculty: economics, business, law and statistics and mathematics.
The equipment is made up of over 30.300 monographs, 2200 periodicals, over 2200 on-line magazines, about 800 licenses for the statistical sources and documentation, working papers of numerous agencies and Italian and foreign universities; plus a series of databases on dvd/cd-rom device and on-line search. All the library material is organized on open shelves, directly accessible to the users.
The online library consists of a rich database with information from around the world, magazines, e-books, open archives, historical sources.

All information on timetables and services offered by the Library of the School of Economics, are available at:


Here is a list of the Roman public libraries. The complete list is available on the Website of Roma Capitale (in Italian only).

Moreover, on the Facebook page "Librerie di Roma" you can find all the initiatives on reading, promoted from time to time by organizations and associations.



The Language Laboratory was created and designed to promote self-learning of Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and other languages.

The material available in the Laboratory includes the most modern and effective foreign language teaching methods, consisting of: language courses on tape and CD-ROM, interactive listening materials, educational videotapes, films in original language, educational software, simplified reading books of various levels, dictionaries and more. There is also a good selection of magazines and newspapers in various languages, many books, role playing board games and other suitable material to stimulate verbal communication.

Building A - Second floor - Room S3

Opening hours: from Monday to Thursday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm ; Friday 11.00 am -2.00 pm

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The Faculty of Economics has 3 computer laboratories, where students can access information services and follow lectures provided for by the Study Plan. The S2 and S4, both in Building A, second floor, equipped with 36 computer stations each, and the “SED” classroom, at the ground floor of Building B, with 16 seats, reserved for all the students.

Within the Faculty there are also three multimedia classrooms, respectively The Council Room, Classroom thesis and the Aula Magna, and 36 classrooms of various types and capacity, from 50 to 450 seats, which are all equipped with modern audiovisual equipment.



Public transport is probably the best way for students to get around Rome. Generally speaking, it is usually more expensive to buy a single ticket for public transport, so it is advisable to purchase weekly tickets or a monthly or annual pass such as the METREBUS card, which costs €250. Students below the age of 26 may benefit from an additional discount if they are winner of the Laziodisu scholarship. Single fare tickets are available for purchase only in certain places throughout the city. Students who prefer to purchase single fare tickets should be aware that tickets are not sold on buses or trams and must be purchased beforehand. Tickets may usually be purchased at tobacco shops, newsagents. All tickets must be validated before boarding trains, buses and the underground.

The Rome underground transport system, simply called la metropolitana by Italians, has trains which run approximately every 3-5 minutes, from 5:30am until 11:30pm every day (until 1:30am on Saturdays). Tickets can be purchased in newsstands, tobacco shops, or through vending machines at the underground stations. Each underground ticket costs € 1,50 for 100 minutes and a on-way journey. The annual public transport pass costs €250 and is valid for 365 days, from the day you first use it. You can purchase the annual pass at the main metro stations (for example Anagnina, Lepanto, Ottaviano and EUR Fermi); a passport–sized photo is needed and students will be asked to fill in a form. The monthly pass costs €35 and can be purchased in most tobacco shops or at the metro stations.

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Students may also benefit from the free university campus shuttle bus which services the campus and provides transportation between the Frascati train station, the Anagnina bus station in Rome, the university campus and the CampusX student housing facility. There is also a shuttle bus available for students with disabilities.

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Students may join the car-sharing service offered by Car2Go for their mobility to and from the Anagnina bus station, or any other location on this map. Registration is free plus a 5 euro extra bonus if you registered by February 28, 2018 with promo code J18_LC_ROM/TorVergataUniversity

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A full sports centre is available for enrolled students to use, and offers a wide range of activities, sports and disciplines to choose from: CUS-soccer, basketball, volleyball, cricket, boxing, rugby, billiards, running, parkour, dance, cycling, tennis. Interested students can sign up directly at the centre and request a complete list of sports activities available each year. Tor Vergata has a series of sports teams and even a sailing club that students can join.

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The CLICI – Center for Italian Language and Culture of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" - promotes the diffusion of Italian language and culture through cultural and educational initiatives (conferences, congresses, courses, etc.) and offers Courses in Italian language and culture both to Tor Vergata students and to foreigners from all over the world.

The CLICI is based at Scuola IaD - Distance Education School - and is directed by L. Rino Caputo, professor of Italian Literature, former Dean of the Faculty of Humanities.

CLICI organizes extensive and intensive Italian language courses throughout the academic year and also provides courses for international projects.

CLICI’s office is located at Campus X, in Via di Passolombardo 341, 00133 Rome

Student reception: Tuesdays from 10:00 to 1:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 4.30 pm

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- CILS Centre






The dining hall serving students of Tor Vergata is located at number 115 on via Cambridge Street, near the School of Engineering Building, and the facility can be easily reached on foot from the School of Economics. The canteen is open from Monday to Friday for lunch and dinner.
Qualifying students may benefit from the reduced prices of meals after registering at the CAF offices located in the building behind the dining hall (students must present their ISEEU indicator and their Italian tax code number or codice fiscale). These offices are open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00am to 12:00pm.

Complete meal prices range from a minimum of €1.55 to a maximum of €7.70.


There are two coffee shops with catering meals, sandwiches, snacks and beverages are available located in the School of Economics, one on the lower level of Building A (Didattica) and another on the ground floor of Building B (Ricerca). They are open from 8:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday, and Saturday from 8:00am until 2:00pm. Foreign students should keep in mind that 'bar' in Italian refers to the equivalent of 'coffee shop' in English.


The CARIS is the University's structure coordinating and supporting the integration of students with disabilities, with specific learning disorders (dyslexia, dysgraphy, disortography, etc.) or temporary difficulties.

Address: School of Engineering, Ground Floor, Via del Politecnico, 1 - 00133 Rome

Office hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

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disability equal or greater than 66%

The students with recognized disability equal or greater than 66% or with recognition of a disability according to the Article 3, comma 1 and 3 of the Law n° 104 of the 5th of February 1992, are totally exempt from University Fees for the first enrollment and for the enrollment to the following years. The disability have to be demonstrated through the documentation issued by the competent authority and have to be submitted to the CARIS (via the Politecnico, 1 – School of Engineering).

Instruction for the total exemption procedure:

The student who is in total exemption must follow the instructions below:

1. Enroll through Delphi system and select the option “portatore di handicap / vittima della criminalità” (“Student with disability/victim of crime); 2. The system will issue a bulletin of € 0.00 that will have to be validated in the Delphi system inserting the AUTH code; 3. The student, within 60 days from the enrollment date, must submit the documentation attesting the disability to the CARIS (via the Politecnico, 1 – School of Engineering).

The CARIS will check the documentation submitted and:

• If the documentation will be correct, the CARIS:
A. will validate the total exemption on Delphi system;
B. will send an e-mail to the student confirming the total exemption;
C. will send to the Student Secretariat a copy of the documentation attesting the condition of the student.

• If the documentation will not be correct, the CARIS:
A. will insert in the Delphi system the first installment payment;
B. will send an e-mail to the student asking to pay the first installment;
C. will send to the Student Secretariat a communication stating that the student has not the total exemption.

In case of "temporary disability”, the student will have to repeat for each academic year the above procedure.

disability between 46% and 65%

The procedure for requesting the partial exemption is enabled on the Delphi system after the payment of the first installment.
Students with disability between 46% and 65% have a reduction of 20% on the amount of the second installment and they must submit to the CARIS by 31 March 2018 the documentation attesting the disability.

The CARIS will check the documentation submitted and:

• If the documentation will be correct, the CARIS:
A. will validate the partial exemption on Delphi system;
B. will send an e-mail to the student to confirm the partial exemption;
C. will send to the Student Secretariat a copy of the documentation attesting the condition of the student.

• If the documentation will not be correct, the CARIS:
A. will insert in the Delphi system the bulletin for the payment of the second installment without the partial exemption;
B. will send an e-mail to the student asking him to pay the second installment;
C. will send to the Student Secretariat a communication stating that the student has not the partial exemption.

For further information consult the Students Guide 2017/2018 or the CARIS website



If for work, family, medical or personal reasons you cannot devote the standard annual hours to the study and to the attendance, it is possible to register as part-time student.

Deadline to exercise this option is fixed on 31 December.

It is important to know that:

  • the transition from part-time to full-time and vice-versa is allowed only once during the student's career;
  • this option is not reversible during the year.

Further information on Delphi system.

(*) Part-time option is not possible to students who are Behind Schedule (fuori corso).


The AGEVOLA initiative intends to be of concrete help to the entire Community of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (students, academic and administrative staff and their families).

Several notifications and announcements are published on to inform the Community on agreements and rebates offered on purchases in participating stores and other businesses.


The University Language Centre (CLA) supports the teaching and learning of seven foreign languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Polish and Portuguese).

It caters for curricular language courses for the students enrolled at the University of Rome Tor Vergata as well as for those under EU programmes (Erasmus+). Its activities are based on relevant research in second language acquisition and educational technology.

Amongst its main aims, the Language Centre promotes multilingualism by supporting and officially certifying the foreign language competences for personal, academic and professional purposes.

CLA’s office is located at Campus X, in Via di Passolombardo 341, 00133 Rome

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday: 10:00 am to 12.30 pm and 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm; Friday: 10: 00 am to 12:00 pm)

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