UER belongs to an international network with more than 70 years of experience in the education field. The degree programs are designed and tuned towards the global society: lectures entirely held in English, Erasmus placement and cultural exchanges
In order to take advantage of the Erasmus+/exchange programme, there must be a previous agreement between your University and Università Europea di Roma. The eligibility to participate is determined first by your University, so we encourage you to visit first your International Relations Office.
Once you have been nominated by your University, you need to send the following documents by e-mail to Mrs. Andrea Llorente (email@example.com):
Letter from your University authorizing the exchange.
Official academic transcripts, with all the courses you have completed at the University you currently attend.
Photocopy of valid Passport or ID.
Language Requirements: in order to take part in courses taught in Italian the student is required to certify an Italian B2 Level. An Italian B1 level certificate will be accepted if the student attends a free Italian language course offered by UER. In order to take part in courses taught in English, the student is required to certify an English B2 Level.
Health insurance: a copy of your health insurance plan (including repatriation expenses) or a copy of European Health Insurance Card.
Current health certificate: it is a document issued by your own doctor that highlights whether or not you suffer from any contagious illness or have any special needs. Please note that the “health insurance” and the “current health certificate” are different documents.
An official translation into English or Italian must be provided of all documents which are not in English, Italian or Spanish.
Semester 1 – Fall semester 2020/ Full academic year 2020-2021: 1st July 2020
Semester 2 – Spring semester 2021: 15th November 2020
If sucessfully completing the application, students will be sent a Letter of Acceptance by e-mail within 15 days after the application deadline.
* Non-EU students staying in Italy 90 days or more need to obtain a study visa through the Universitaly portal and send it to the International Relations Office up to 15 days before the arrival to UER. Please visit the following webpage for further information in this regard.
If there is no agreement between your University and Università Europea di Roma or you are not currently enrolled in a university, you can still apply to UER in order to attend some single courses of your choice, paying a fee for each course. Upon completion of the courses, you will receive a transcript of records.
Language Requirements: in order to take part in courses taught in Italian the student is required to certify an Italian B2 Level. An Italian B1 level certificate will be accepted if the student attends a free Italian language course offered by the UER. In order to take part in courses taught in English, the student is required to certify an English B2 Level.
Health insurance: a copy or summary of your health insurance plan (including repatriation expenses) and/or a copy of your health insurance card.
Current health certificate: it is a document issued by your own doctor that highlights whether or not in the last six months before the mobility you suffered any contagious illness and have any special needs. Please note that the “health insurance” and the “current health certificate” are different documents.
Only for non-EU students staying in Italy 90 days or more: study visa obtained through the Universitaly portal. Please visit the following webpage for further information in this regard.
An official translation into English or Italian must be provided of any document which is not in English, Italian or Spanish.
Semester 1 – Fall semester/ Full academic year: 15th July
Semester 2 – Spring semester: 15th November
If sucessfully completing the application, students will be sent a Letter of Acceptance by email within 15 days after the application deadline.
UER summer School on International Trade Law
This Summer School aims to provide a wide and in-depth understanding of the legal implications of the most relevant issues of international trade both on a substantial and procedural prospective.
UER Summer School - Online Edition - On the footsteps of Jesus: Jerusalem and Magdala
The historical dimension of Jesus’ life is deeply connected to different places and locations of the Holy Land. Today such locations, archaeological areas and historical buildings testify the origins of Christianity.
Getting to know Jerusalem, together with other locations mentioned in the Gospels, is the key to directly understand events, historical problems and the religious phenomena: places and locations become the starting point to deal with greater issues.
Historical sources and devotional texts provide information and, at the same time, outline open hypothesis, interpretative questions and methodological perspectives. The roots of Christianity are a central topic of the contemporary debate in Religious Studies. For this reason, scientific knowledge in this regard is both necessary and emotional.
The programme “On the footsteps of Jesus” is focused on locations, archaeological excavations, finds, texts and documents.
Historical and contemporary places of pilgrimage are also introduced and analysed.
Updated researches carried out in archaeological areas will be described and discussed.
Excavations and discoveries in Magdala will play a special role: the entire city of the 1st century CE reveals many aspects of life at the time of Jesus. The programme is delivered through blended learning and addressed to scholars in History, Archaeology, Religious Studies, Architecture, as well as professionals engaged in cultural heritage enhancement.
The main contents of the programme are:
Overview of basic methodological problems of history and archaeology in the Bible Lands.
Introduction to the Gospels from a historical perspective.
Introduction to the history of Jerusalem and its specific and plural symbolic religious identity.
Discussion on archaeological and cultural heritage enhancement, museum set-up and visit organisation.
Introduction to archaeological methods and problems.
Updated knowledge and theories on the origins of Christianity.
The programme will be entirely delivered through blended learning: it includes lectures and streaming from Jerusalem and Magdala, teamwork and projects.
Lessons, meetings, streaming and discussions are in English; an translation into Italian can be also provided.
Structure of the programme
The Summer School online Programme 2020 consists of:
Four online preliminary conferences (8 hours) – June 20th-30th:
Jesus in the history: the Gospels and other written sources
Historical and archaeological problems and methods
Jerusalem at the time of Jesus through the Gospels
memorial places of Christianity and the Christian pilgrimage.
July 6th – 11th
Lectures and streaming from Jerusalem and Magdala
SCHEDULE 1st Day
Greetings and introduction to the programme;
Landscape and topography of Jerusalem.
Jerusalem, the Old City and its urban history: the Temple, the Walls and the Citadel.
The Temple Mount and its excavations;
Processes of semantization and resemantization of the location: Jewish, Christian and Islamic Jerusalem.
The Holy Sepulchre area (including Muristan, Alexandr Nevskij church excavations, Redeemer Church and the bell tower);
Terra Sancta archives (meeting with the Director);
Via Dolorosa and Terra Sancta Museum (meeting with the Project Leader).
Magdala: history excavations, discoveries (streaming from the archaeological area).
The Mount of Olives;
The Cenacle and the first devotional places of Christianity.
In order to enrol for the UER Summer School on History and Archeology – ONLINE EDITION 2020 On the footsteps of Jesus: Jerusalem and Magdala, applicants need to send to firstname.lastname@example.org their CV together with a short motivation letter.
Tuition fee: 500 euro.
The tuition fee includes all academic activities (lessons, tutoring, final examination and registration).
The application period finishes on June 20th, 2020. Payment must be made through deposit or bank transfer within June 20th, 2020.
The bank details are the following:
Beneficiary – Università degli Studi Europea
Bank – Banca Popolare di Sondrio
IBAN – IT18S0569603211000008290X49
SWIFT – POSOIT22
The programme is free for all students of Università Europea di Roma (application by e-mail is required.) Application deadline: June 20th, 2020
Info and contacts
Prof. Renata Salvarani
Full Professor of History of Christianity
European University of Rome
Università Europea di Roma offers to students from Elite International College in Malaysia the possibility to obtain a Bsc in Economics and Business Administration.
The Bsc in Economics and Business Administration offers a solid training project for those who want to acquire the skills necessary for understanding business phenomena. Thanks to the search for an effective balance between basic teaching – in economic, business, legal and quantitative areas – and specialized and experiential contents, the course aims to train graduates with a qualified and transversal formation that it is able to deal with safety in the world of work or successfully pursue studies by choosing a functional specialization (for example in the areas of administration and control, finance, marketing, human resources management, risk management, etc.) or sector (for example in the banking, manufacturing, agri-food, ICT, strategic consulting sectors, etc.).
Students from Elite International College in Malaysia can email to email@example.com should they need further information about the program. All the applicants must send their documents to Elite International College, Malaysia for assessment and confirmation.
Further information on UER Bsc in Economics and Business Administration and application procedure is available on the following web page.
To all the incoming students that aim to study in Italian, we recommend to have a B2 Italian knowledge level. We require them to certificate, at least, a B1Italian language level, but in this case, attending the Italian language course offered by the UER would be compulsory. Apart from learning linguistic aspects of the language, you will also discover the Italian culture.
There are 2 levels (beginners & advanced). It is held twice a week, from October to December and from March to May and each session lasts 45 min. The course will be recognized with 3 ECTS (for one semester). At the beginning of each semester the student will take a placement test. The course is for free but the placement test has a symbolic price of 20 euro.
Please note: Italian language and culture courses will not have place during the Fall semester 2020.
Orientation Week: from 21/09/20 to 25/09/2020 . Attendance to the Orientation Week is compulsory.
Lesson period (12 weeks): from 28/09/20 al 19/12/20. Courses from the Bachelor’s Degree in Sciences of Primary Education start on the 12/10/2020.
Extraordinary call: from 02/12/20 to 16/12/20
Winter call (sessione invernale): from 11/01/21 to 17/02/21
International students can choose to take their exams in the extraordinary call and/or the Winter call. There is a maximun of four chances (in four different dates) to pass each exam, one during the extraordinary call and other three during the Winter call. Exam dates will be published in the websites of the corresponding Faculties under Didattica > Esami> Sessione invernale
Orientation Week: from 15/02/21 to 19/02/21. Attendance to the Orientation Week is compulsory.
Lesson period (12 weeks): from 22/02/21 to 19/05/21.
Extraordinary call: from 10/05/21 to 31/05/21
Summer call (sessione estiva): from 27/05/21 al 10/07/21
International students can choose to take their exams in the extraordinary call and/or the Summer call. There is a maximun of four chances (in four different dates) to pass each exam, one during the extraordinary call and other three during the Summer call. Exam dates will be published in the websites of the corresponding Faculties under Didattica > Esami> Sessione estiva
Find the class schedules published in the web pages of the corresponding Faculties under Didattica >Orario delle lezioni. Please keep in mind that schedules are published only some days prior to the beginning of the semester.
The academic credit system adopted by the Italian universities is based on “CFU” (acronym for “Crediti Formativi Universitari”). A CFU corresponds to 25 hours of work per student, including time for personal study. For each academic activity, the student gains a determined number of CFU. Università Europea di Roma generally recognizes the equivalence 1 CFU = 1 ECT and adopts an ECTS mark conversion scale:
We know how important is having a reference person during the first days in a different country, this is why the Buddy Program aims to match each international student with a local student of UER, who will help you out and show you the Italian culture and language.
The first week of lessons we organize the so-called Buddy Week, a week full of entertaining activities so that you can get to know your buddy and other fellows, both Italian and international, smooth your integration in UER life and discover the Eternal City.
Please note that the Buddy Program will not take place during the Fall semester 2020.