University of Rome II – Tor VergataAdd to Favourites
The University of Rome II, also known as the University Tor Vergata, is a young university in Italy, founded in 1982.
The university has 18 departments in six faculties: Economics, Law, Engineering, Humanities and Philosophy, Medicine and Surgery and Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences.
As well as teaching and research, Tor Vergata has a third mission: promoting local social innovation and growth. The university sets up links with civil society and entrepreneurs to create innovative businesses that improve life for local people and provide students with employment opportunities.
Via Cracovia snc, Rome, 00133, Italy