Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry - Student Affairs Office
Admission tests: COVID-19 guidelines and self-certification
In-person admission tests: COVID-19 guidelines (in English) to be followed by all candidates taking the admission tests in person.
Each candidate must fill in and hand over a self-certification to the Committee.
Each test has a specific self-certification
Student Affairs Office's new location
Instructions for the winners in the ranking list
Click here for instructions for the winners in the ranking list, booked or assigned to Sapienza University for the academic year 2021-22
Student indentification procedure for online exams
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 8.30 am to 12 noon
Tuesday and Thursday from 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
- If you are enrolled at Sapienza, please mail us using your @uniroma1 account (lastname.studentIDnumber@
- If you need to activate your university e-mail account, go to activate university e-mail
- If you need to reset your password or information on payments or your university career, please include a copy or photo from a valid ID card.
PEC (Certified Email)
Mon/Wed/Fri 8:30 am – 12:00 (noon)
Tues/Thurs 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Main Campus- Former Forensic Medicine Building
CU023 building entrance on viale Regina Elena - 3rd floor
2021 closing days
- 28 June 2021
- 11 to 18 August 2021
- 24 and 31 December 2021
- 7 January 2022
Head of Unit
The Faculty of Pharmacy and Biotechnologies Student Office manages students careers from their enrollment to their degree.
You can contact your Students Office for:
- General Information
- Updates in your career (interruprions, transfers...)
- Password Recovery
Students Offices reply:
- via email (please, state your name, surname, matriculation number. For specific information it's required a copy of your ID)
- via Skype
- at the Help Desk
Third people, if delegated, can make requests for other students at the Help Desk. (To be delegated they must present a copy of the students ID, theirs, and a signed proxy)
Please, use the institutional email
For further didactics information go to your Faculty Students Office
Go to Courses
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Where can I find class schedules and general information on educational activities?
Educational information of all kinds, such as class timetables, lecturers' office hours, study plans, etc., can be obtained from the course contact persons (president, director, student affairs office) whose contact details can be found on each course's web page. You can find your course's webpage in the Course Catalogue.
I have recently enrolled/moved; what do I have to do for vaccinations?
Here you will find all the information and forms concerning the vaccinations: https://redazione.uniroma1.it/en/notizia/vaccinations-students-enrolled-...
Is attendance compulsory?
Yes, it is. Students are required to attend all teaching activities for a number of hours equal to 5,500, as per European reference standards. The lecturers verify attendance. A student who has not obtained the certificate of attendance for at least 67% of the hours for each official course in a given year will be enrolled in the following academic year as a “student repeating the year” in the same year, with the obligation to attend courses for which the certificate has not been obtained.
Students may apply for exemption from attendance for serious and documented reasons (family or health problems). For health problems, the relevant documentation must be issued by an appropriate NHS facility. The request for exemption must be submitted promptly to the “Presidenza del Corso di Laurea o del Consiglio di Area didattica”. Any exemption from attendance granted must, in any case, ensure compliance with the minimum percentage of attendance required by current regulations (67%). Suppose, for serious and documented health reasons, it has not been possible to achieve the minimum attendance in an integrated course. In that case, it is possible to make up the missing attendance during the immediately following academic year.
Requirements for transfer to the following year
Only students enrolled on a full-time basis who, at the end of the September exam session or, in any case, by December 23, have passed the exams listed in their course's regulations may transfer to the following year. In the event of a discrepancy between the year of enrolment as it appears on Infostud and the actual course year calculated based on the exams taken, students must notify the Student Affairs Office by email, attaching their ID card. Examinations taken in the absence of propaedeuticity will be cancelled.
- you graduated before 2005;
- you need certificates to be presented abroad (marked "valid for abroad");
- you need certificates to be presented to non-public bodies.