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University of Rome "Tor Vergata"


The University of Rome Tor Vergata is a relatively young university (26 years) but, despite its young age, has already reached high quality standards in Italy and Europe. Tor Vergata is located in the south-east metropolitan area of Rome, on a very large campus with an extension of about 600 hectares, and consists of six different Faculties: Economics, Engineering, Humanities, Law, Medicine and Sciences. The university has approximately 44,000 students, 1571 professors, 1066 administrative and technical staff, and offers a total of 126 undergraduate programs, 120 Master programs and 79 Ph.D. programs. Research is carried out in 27 Departments and in 27 Inter-Departmental Research Centers. The university is committed to excellence in research and teaching, as witnessed by the research awards, the numbers of research contracts that are currently active, the significant financial support and the real economic, social and cultural benefits delivered by the advanced research and teaching activities carried out in the university. The University Campus provides a first-rate and stimulating research environment, and has been able to attract on its premises a few other important external research institutions, such us the CNR (Italian National Research Council) Tor Vergata Research Area, INAF (the Italian National Astrophysics Institute) and...

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