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Roma Tre University
Università degli Studi Roma Tre
University Roma Tre logo.svg
Established 1992
Type State-supported
Rector Prof. Guido Fabiani
Staff 1,370
Students 37,879
Location Rome, Italy
Sports teams CUS Roma
Website www.uniroma3.it/

Roma Tre University (Italian: Università degli Studi Roma Tre) is a university located in Rome, Italy, and founded in 1992. It currently offers 54 undergraduate degree programs, 75 Masters degree programs, 16 doctorate schools, and 5 Ph.D. programs. The libraries there are organized in a Sistema Bibliotecario di Ateneo, more commonly known as SBA[1].

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Organization

The university offers courses and programs from the following 8 schools:

The faculty of Law from outside

Top-ranked Faculties

The Faculy of Law is ranked among the top ten schools of law in Italy (Censis-La Repubblica).

The School of Economics Federico Caffè was recently ranked 19th out of the best Italian schools of business and economics by the newspaper La Repubblica.[2]

Research Organisations

Research activity at Roma Tre University is carried out in 29 different Departments, listed in the following:

  • Dept of Applied Electronics[3]
  • Dept of Architecture and Design Studies[4]
  • Dept of Art Archeology and Conservation Studies[5]
  • Dept of Biology[6]
  • Dept of Communications and Show Science[7]
  • Dept of Comparative Literature[8]
  • Dept of Computer Science and Automation[9]
  • Dept of Cultural and Educational Studies[10]
  • Dept of Economic Law and Economic Analysis of the Institutes[11]
  • Dept of Economics [12]
  • Dept of Education Sciences[13]
  • Dept of Electronic Engineering[14]
  • Dept of European Law. National, European and International Legal Studies [15]
  • Dept of European-American Studies[16]
  • Dept of Geology[17]
  • Dept of History Geography and Anthropology Studies[18]
  • Dept of Italian Studies[19]
  • Dept of International Studies[20]
  • Dept of Legal History and Theory[21]
  • Dept of Linguistics[22]
  • Dept of Management Sciences
  • Dept of Mathematics[23]
  • Dept of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering[24]
  • Dept of Philosophy[25]
  • Dept of Physics 'Edoardo Amaldi'[26]
  • Dept of Public Institutions, Economics, and Society[27]
  • Dept of School and Education Planning
  • Dept of Sciences of Civil Engineering[28]
  • Dept of Structures[29]
  • Dept of Studies on the Ancient World[30]
  • Dept of Urban Studies[31]

Notable professors

See also

References

External links


Coordinates: 41°51′45″N 12°28′44″E / 41.8625°N 12.47889°E / 41.8625; 12.47889

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