Study at Sapienza



Please note that the mobility offices are now in the building CU016 (Ortopedia), third floor.




Every year, Sapienza University welcomes thousands of foreign students, who come to Rome to study or pursue research on international mobility programmes, or to enrol in our degree programmes. 

Moreover, PhD students, researchers and professors interested in attending or teaching at our university will find all the pertinent information on this page.

Enrolling in a Degree Programme

Choosing a university is not easy. You want a place that can make your dreams come true, educate you and provide you with the knowledge, life skills and resources that will give you an edge in the world. And choosing a university abroad adds an extra challenge. You also need to find a place where people will be welcoming, kind and ready to help you out.

Sapienza University of Rome is just that place. We have been nurturing students for centuries. Merging centuries of tradition with cutting-edge didactic activities, research and innovation, Sapienza provides top quality education and research opportunities. Indeed, it ranks amongst the top Italian universities and shows a strong performance worldwide, too.

And it all takes place in one of the most breath-taking cities in the world: Rome. 

Sapienza provides a vast range of degree programmes, many of which are held entirely in English. 

You can find more information about our Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programmes and how to enroll by visiting our International Admissions page.

For further information on Doctoral Programmes please take a look at our PhD Section.

For further information on Professional Training: 

Professional Master Courses

Professional Courses

Specialisation Programmes

Erasmus+ Programme

Sapienza University is a member of the Erasmus+ Programme, has undersigned bilateral agreements with many prestigious foreign universities, and participates in a wide range of mobility programmes that allow students from around the world to complete part of their university studies or experience a traineeship period in Rome. 

Sapienza also pursues partnerships with European and non-European universities to promote the mobility of foreign professors, researchers and technical-administrative staff, as well as promoting and participating in a series of EU programmes and activities to promote development cooperation.

Erasmus+ Students Coming to Sapienza (Europe)

Erasmus+ Students Coming to Sapienza  (International Credit Mobility)

EUkraIT (call for Ukrainian students who were enrolled in a Ukrainian University)

Double, Multiple and Joint Degrees

Thanks to double, multiple and joint degrees agreements students from EU and non-Eu countries can join a study path that allows participating students to complete part of their university career abroad and obtain a degree recognised in two or more countries.

Double, Multiple and Joint Degrees

Bilateral agreements for student mobility (non-EU) 

Thanks to bilateral agreements, students from NON-EU countries can participate for free in a mobility exchange period at Sapienza (from a minimum of 90 days to a maximum of 2 consecutive semesters).

For further information: Bilateral agreements for student mobility (non-EU) 

Visiting Professors

Sapienza promotes and encourages international research by facilitating joint research projects and regularly hosting visiting researchers and professors from leading foreign universities and research centres. 

For further information: Visiting Professors

International Research Opportunities

Sapienza University promotes excellence in international research through various dedicated programmes:

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions


International Rankings

Sapienza, one of the top Italian universities, ranks competitively amongst the best universities around the world and excels in the rankings of many individual subjects.

Summer Schools

The full list and description of available summer (and winter) schools is available on a dedicated page.



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