UER appartiene ad un network internazionale
che da oltre 70 anni si dedica alla formazione
universitaria. I corsi di laurea sono pensati
per una dimensione globale con esami in lingua inglese, Erasmus placement e scambi culturali
Gli studenti interessati agli scambi internazionali possono ricevere informazioni presso l’Ufficio Relazioni Internazionali. Le modalità di partecipazione al programma sono definite attraverso la pubblicazione annuale di un bando.
Supporto linguistico europeo – OLS
La Commissione Europea mette a disposizione corsi di lingua online “Online Linguistic Support” (OLS) agli studenti Erasmus che utilizzeranno come lingua di studio: inglese, francese, tedesco, spagnolo e olandese.
Online Linguistic Support consiste in:
una valutazione obbligatoria per tutti gli studenti Erasmus prima e dopo il periodo di mobilità;
un corso di lingua on line secondo le necessità linguistiche del partecipante
L’ Ateneo distribuirà tutte le licenze on line assegnate dalla Commissione Europea fino ad esaurimento, effettuando un monitoraggio dell’utilizzo.
Gli studenti Erasmus potranno essere nominati per una sola lingua, assegnata dalla Commissione Europea in base alla destinazione dello studente. Una volta inoltrata la nomina all’Online Linguistic Support per una delle cinque lingue non sarà più possibile modificare la scelta o rinunciare al corso.
Le modalità e tempistiche dell’attivazione dell’OLS saranno comunicate dalla Commissione Europea e verranno pubblicate in questa pagina.
Gli studenti verranno contattati direttamente per email dall’Ufficio Mobilità Internazionale non appena saranno assegnate le licenze on line all’Ateneo.
Ufficio Relazioni Internazionali:
– Prof. Aniello Merone – email (Primo piano, settore C – stanza C104)
– Dott.ssa Diana Tasini – email (Piano terra, settore B – stanza BT02)
Fordham Law Summer Institute
L’Università Europea di Roma offre ai propri studenti del terzo, quarto e quinto anno del Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza opportunità di prender parte alla Summer Law School della Fordham University di New York
Gli studenti interessati possono partecipare alla selezione, presentando la domanda, secondo i termini e le condizioni previsti dal bando.
L’Università concederà agli studenti selezionati una borsa di studio per prender parte alla Fordham Summer Law School.
L’Università Europea di Roma offre ai propri studenti del secondo, terzo anno del Corso di Laurea Economia e gestione aziendale e del primo e secondo anno del Corso di laurea Magistrale in Economia e Management dell’Innovazione l’opportunità di prender parte alla LSE Summer School of Business and Management presso la London School of Economics
Gli studenti interessati possono partecipare alla selezione, presentando la domanda, secondo i termini e le condizioni previsti dal bando. L’Università concederà agli studenti selezionati una borsa di studio di € 800.
A partire dall’anno accademico 2016-2017 l’Università Europea di Roma ha avviato un rapporto di cooperazione interuniversitaria con la Dublin Business School, Irlanda, con lo scopo di sviluppare un percorso formativo di respiro internazionale in diverse aree degli studi umanistici.
La cooperazione prevede l’impegno di ciascun Ateneo, ad accogliere studenti dell’altra istituzione nel quadro di un percorso di studi previamente concordato ed a riconoscere ai propri studenti i crediti ottenuti nel periodo di mobilità.
Welcome to the Università Europea di Roma – International Exchange Program!
We thank you for your interest in our institution and we hope to have the opportunity of greeting you at UER.
Università Europea di Roma (UER) is a young catholic institution born in 2005 that is rapidly growing in terms of teaching quality, research and status. Academic offer is made by Bachelor’s Degrees, Master’s Degrees, Postgraduate School Diploma in Legal Studies, Active Educational Training, and Advanced Training Courses.
Academic excellence, training activities targeted to the individual and abroad studying experiences, create professional people and future managers with high human values, who will positively affect society.
UER belongs to an international network and it has been focusing on high education all over the world. UER has set up partnerships with over 80 Universities in 26 world countries, mostly in Europe and South America. International students which attend our University come from more than 25 countries all over the world (Europe, USA, Japan, Mexico etc). Therefore, every student spends its time at University in a multi-national and multi-cultural environment.
The UER is a Catholic University and give a specific attention to the Christian identity and to the teachings of the Church. You are invited to respect this identity that should clearly not be interpreted as neither cultural close-mindedness, nor intolerance or renouncement of dialogue‚ and to have a cordial and sincere openness toward the enrichment coming from our cultural proposal.
Accademic offer taught in Italian
The majority of UER courses are taught in Italian.
Check detailed information about our academic offer trough the following link:
To all the incoming students that aim to study in Italian, we require to certificate an, at least, B1 Italian knowledge level, but in this case the Italian language course is compulsory. We recommend a B2 Italian knowledge level.
UER offers an Italian language course of 2 levels (beginners/advanced) held twice a week, from October to December and from March to May. At the beginning of each semester student will sustain an admission test to define his level. The Italian language Course is totally free and will be recognized with 3 CFU = 3 ECTS.
By following the course the students will be able to achieve a B1 level for beginner, and B2/C1 level for advanced. At the end of the courses, the students who have complied with the requirements, will receive a certificate (with grades and ECTS credits) for the work done.
The academic credit system adopted by Italian University is based on “CFU” (acronim for “Crediti Formativi Universitari”). A CFU corresponds to 25 hours of work per student, time for personal study included and for each didactic activity, the student gain a determined number of CFU. The European University of Rome, generally recognizes the equivalence 1 CFU = 1 ECTS and adopts an ECTS marks conversion scale.
30 e lode (30L)
Accademic offer taught in English
UER offers to its international students the possibility to attend a significant number of courses per each degree completely taught in English.
International Students that aim to study in English can choose from the courses listed below, between all faculties programs without restrictions between degrees.
The maximum number of credits that a student can receive for each term is 24 for a total of 48 in one academic year.
In addition, for students that own to learn or study in Italian, UER offers:
an Italian language course of 3ECTS totally free;
several internship opportunities in the most prestigious Italian and International Organizations
You can find the list of courses in the following links:
You can find the general brochure of the University in the following link
To take advantage of the Erasmus Program, there must be a previous agreement between your University and Università Europea di Roma (UER).
The eligibility to participate is determined first by your University, so we encourage you to visit your International Office before starting any process.
International students program
Also for international students who study outside European Union, the main option to take advantage of our International Students Program, it is by the enforcement of a previous agreement between your University and Università Europea di Roma (UER). Enforcing an agreement, the eligibility to participate is determined first by your University, so we encourage you to visit your university’s International Office before starting any process. Further or additional fees or costs in charge of the student could be provided.
If there is no agreement within your University and Università Europea di Roma (UER) you (European or non-European student) could apply at UER in order to attend some single courses of your choice, paying a fee for each course.
In any case, at the end of the period of study you will receive a transcript of records for the exams passed.
Enrollment procedure and visa information for non-european students
In addition to all the documents indicated in the next paragraph “Registration Requirements”, your application must include:
International students program application form;
Motivation letter (max. 800 words);
One copy of the page of your passport showing your first name, last name and nationality;
IN FURTHER ADDITION, ONLY FOR STUDENTS FROM UNIVERSITY THAT DOES NOT HAVE ANY EXCHANGE AGREEMENT WITH UER:
Authenticated copy of his/her academic documentation or certified photocopies or originals of the official record of university examination taken and of grades obtained, together with the grading scale and its value (with or without final diploma); (uncertified copies will not be accepted).
One letter of reference written in English or Italian.
An official translation in English must be provided for any document which is not in English or Italian.
Please note the following requirements to attend UER International students program:
Passports must be valid for at least 3 months after planned departure from the country. Passport applications can take multiple months, so students are encouraged to apply for a passport (if they do not have one already) as early as possible.
Student Visa is usually required for students that study in Italy for 90 days or more. Those with Italian/EU citizenship are exempted. Non-European Union nationals should consult their local Consulate for details on student visa requirements.
Permit to Stay (Permesso di Soggiorno) required for all students studying in Italy for 90 days or more (completed after student visa is received).
The International Relations Office will help each student during its process to obtain student visa giving him/her: the acceptance letter and, under student request, the address of accommodation structure that he/she chose for the period of the program. However all the process with the Italian Consulate or Embassy have to be done directly by the student knowing that it could take even 3 months to obtain requested VISA.
Verification of your ability to speak and understand Italian and/or English. You must send a copy of a certification of your Italian/English knowledge level or the request to submit it by the deadline. Waiver can be provided, on assessment of International Relations Office, to students who proved to be Italian/English mother tongue OR students which successfully attended at least 1 year of education/training in English language.
One B&N/colour passport size photographs.
Letter from your university authorizing the exchange.
Official academic transcripts, with all the courses you have completed at the college or university you currently attend.
Verification of your ability to speak and understand Italian and English.
Photocopy of valid Passport or ID (student from UE).
Current health certificate.
A copy or summary of your health insurance plan and/or a copy of your health insurance card (including repatriation expenses).
Photocopy of your VISA (if necessary).
Please include this check list with your application.
All documents must be sent to the UER International Relation Office in two copies by courier service (not ordinary mail) at the following adress:
Università Europea di Roma
International Relation Office
Att.ne Prof. Aniello Merone
Via degli Aldobrandeschi 190
00163 Roma (Italy)
Tel. +39 06 665 27 809
Be aware of our deadlines:
Fall Semester (October- January) = 1st of May
Spring Semester (February – July) = 15th of November
All other dates previewed in our Academic Calendar change slightly from year to year. Please note that for International students UER provides special exams sessions in December (Fall Semester) and May (Spring semester).
International students admitted to the exchange program will receive an acceptance letter during June and December.
House and living information
Università Europea di Roma offers the possibility for students to get independent single rooms in the campus area or apartments in the center of the city, well linked to the University in order to guarantee the easier attendance of classes.
Each international students must send an email to the International Relations Office, in order to check the availability of rooms and apartments, choosing between two options:
A single room with bathroom inside and 3 meals per day.
A single room in apartment with only breakfast.
Please note that usually Universtà Europea di Roma does not have its own transportation service.
It’s mandatory to all international students to have a an insurance policy covering medical care and third party liability. It is advisable for them to take it out in their country of origin because these policies are very expensive in Italy. For students from countries which are members of the European Union some medical costs are generally covered by their national health service (do not forget to bring your E128!).
Request the insurance company a letter written in English, certifying you made a contract with them. It should have identification and a complete description of everything that is included. Please don’t forget to send it to our International Relations Office.
If you suffer from a chronic disease or for any other reason you have to visit regularly a doctor, we recommend for your own safety to highlight this in your application.
Please note that Current health certificate is a different document, issued by your own doctor that highlight if in the last six month before the mobility you suffer (or not) any contagious ill and if you have (or not) any special needs.
A seguito dell’erogazione dei fondi Erasmus+ per l’a.a. 2017-18, sono disponibili almeno 6 borse del valore di Euro 800, per mobilità di docenti e personale amministrativo.
Si tratta di mobilità da svolgersi presso Atenei con cui l’Università ha già concluso BA in ambito Erasmus+ ovvero Atenei che siano disponibili a concludere analogo accordo.
Le borse disponibili sono volte al rimborso delle spese di viaggio (biglietto aereo/treno) e di soggiorno (vitto, alloggio), secondo le modalità indicate nel bando e nei limiti dei parametri fissati dall’allegato IV.
Tutte le mobilità dovranno svolgersi entro il 31 maggio 2018.
Il termine entro cui l’Ufficio Relazioni deve ricevere quanto sopra è il 15 novembre 2017 per le mobilità da svolgersi nei mesi di dicembre, gennaio, febbraio; il 15 febbraio 2018 per le mobilità che verranno svolte nei mesi di marzo, aprile e maggio.
Qualora il numero di richieste ecceda il numero di borse disponibili, saranno preferiti i docenti che ad oggi non hanno effettuato flussi di mobilità Erasmus salvo diversa indicazione dei CdL di appartenenza.