In order to apply to Tor Vergata University of Rome, there are 3 main steps you need to take to submit your application. First: choose which course you want to apply for. Note that procedures, deadlines and requirements may vary depending on programme/course. Please visit the link below for info on programmes and courses:
EU / Non-EU students with International Qualification
If you are an EU or a non-EU student with an international qualification and you wish to apply to a Bachelor's or Master's degree program at Tor Vergata University of Rome, you can proceed with an online application. The procedure is reported at point 2b and requires you to:
- Upload the required documentation
- Pay the application fee of 30 euro and validate the payment with the codes reported in the payment receipt you get from the bank;
- Wait for the outcome of your application via email.
2b. How to Proceed with the Application - Assessment
Check the following link to go to the online application - assessment form: delphi.uniroma2.it
More precise and detailed information is published on the ministerial website at the page: studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri
Note that in order to finalise the enrollment, your final qualification will have to be accompanied either by a Statement of Comparability issued by the CIMEA (Centro di Informazione sulla Mobilità e le Equivalenze accademiche - Information Centre on Mobility and Academic Equivalences) or by the Declaration of Value issued by the competent Italian Diplomatic Representation for the territory.
Given the current circumstances due to the Covid-19, in order to finalize the enrollment we suggest you to request the Statement of Comparability to the CIMEA at the following link: https://cimea.diplo-me.eu/torvergata
In the following sections, choosing your category, you will find useful information about how to apply to our courses, deadlines, available places and documents required.
This category includes EU citizens (also Italians), Equivalent and non-EU citizens with an Italian resident permit holding a foreign title. Citizens of Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Republic of San Marino are considered as Equivalent students; as well as refugees and holders of subsidiary protection status, including staff in service in Diplomatic Representations abroad and in international bodies located in Italy – accredited to the Italian State or the Holy See – and their dependent families (spouse and children).
If you are an EU citizen, or if you are non-EU citizen but you are officially resident in Italy please click below:
This category includes students with citizenship of a non-EU Country and resident abroad, hence applying for a Study Visa.
If you are an Non-EU applicant, resident abroad please follow the link below:
If you are Chinese students of the Marco Polo Programme please follow the link below:
The non-EU citizens holding a title obtained in Italy, access to the University in accordance with the same procedures meant for the Italian citizens (hence with no dedicated quota nor need to sit for the test of Italian language).