Call for Application: Venice International University

Call for Application: Venice International University

Tor Vergata University of Rome has joined the Venice International University network in 2016. This prestigious outcome allows our university to expand even further our offer for international studies to our students within the Undergraduate and Graduate courses (Laurea triennale, Laurea magistrale and Laurea a ciclo unico), allowing them to complete their curricular track in Rome with a residential international experience in Venice.


Globalization Program

Students will be able to study for one semester with classmates coming from 17 other prestigious Universities of the world, learning about interdisciplinary issues taught into the Globalization Program.

The call for the Spring 2020 Semester is now available and you can apply now by filling the Pre-registration form. The Venice International University will evaluate the applications on a curricular base and select students from Tor Vergata and from the other partner Universities.


Scholarships

While access to VIU is free of charge Tor Vergata students, living expenses (room and board) are not. Deserving students may receive scholarships from VIU for their 15 weeks stay in Venice (read more and apply).

Moreover, students admitted by VIU may receive from Tor Vergata a scholarship (the amount granted will be equal to 250 euro per month, 1000 euro for the four months in San Servolo).

Please ask for information about scholarship writing to Mrs. Chiara Tranquilli at chiara.tranquilli@uniroma2.it.


Admission Requirements

Please read carefully the information in following link in order to fill your pre-registration form and learn about deadlines and procedures:


Info & Contacts

Once admitted to the Globalization Program, the student will have to contact Mrs. Chiara Tranquilli via email to receive instructions and information about how to fill out the Learning Agreement.

Exams not taken within the Learning Agreement will not be considered for the academic career at the Tor Vergata University of Rome.