Openness towards different cultures and civilizations has always been a hallmark of the city of Rome throughout the centuries. Indeed, it can be traced back to the ancient Romans, with their tendency to include rather than exclude the traditions of the people with whom they were in contact. This tradition of openness and cultural exchange is still alive today, attracting millions of tourists every year to one of the most visited cities in the world.
Our students can benefit from agreements made between the Department of Economics and Finance and several student housing facilities in Rome, where students may find accommodation at a reduced price. The student housing facilities proposed below are well-served by public transport, allowing easy access to the University campus as well as to the city centre; they all have an excellent quality/price ratio and the monthly rate includes free wifi.