On this page, you will find all the necessary information to complete the online enrolment procedure to EEBL.
The new online enrollment procedure is available starting August 2023 and it includes both the uploading of the documents, payment of the first installment, validation and printing of the Student ID number, and password required to access online lessons.
The procedure for requesting a temporary Teams account is reserved for:
• New International students (ongoing enrollment on Delphi platform for the 2023/2024 academic year, and already registered on the Universitaly portal)
• New Master Degree students (pending the final Bachelor dissertation and degree certificate for the 2022/2023 academic year) for Italian students
Click above for all relevant information on the pre-courses: timetables, syllabi and materials.
EEBL is a rewarding but challenging programme, especially for students who do not have a strong background in mathematics, statistics and economics.
Students who do not have a bachelor degree in economics or mathematics are strongly urged to take into consideration the following suggestions.
The 2023/24 academic year starts on 18 September 2023. Students with a background different from economics must attend online pre-courses before the official start of the classes.
On this page you will be able to consult the programme for each course and the full timetable.
Tor Vergata University of Rome is pleased to welcome all of our newly enrolled students to the Students Welcome Weeks 2023.
International students will be assisted in filling out the form to request a Residence Permit, Health Insurance and other services.
The LAZIODISCO Call for the awarding of scholarships, allocating accommodations, Erasmus contributions and Graduation Awards for the academic year 2023/2024 is now available in English.
This will be accompanied throughout the year by other Calls for the awarding of book vouchers, rent contributions, transportation allowances and various other contributions.
What is a permesso di soggiorno? It is a residence permit card, or “permit to stay” in Italy, that validates your presence in an Italian city for a specific period of time. EEBL students must apply for this document - within the first eight days after arrival in Italy – if they are non-EU citizens and intend to stay in Italy for more than 90 days. Prior to applying for a permit, students will need to to have applied for a study visa at the Italian consulate in their home country.
All foreign students admitted to the programme may participate in free Italian courses during the first year of their studies. Beginner and Advanced courses are offered to prepare students to use the Italian language on a daily basis. The courses will enable students to complete all practical tasks while living in Rome as well as make new friends!