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  3. Sapienza University of Rome - Wikipedia

    Today Sapienza, with 140,000 students and 8,000 among academic and technical and administrative staff, is the largest university in Italy. The university has significant research programmes in the fields of engineering, natural sciences, biomedical sciences and humanities.

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  5. 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.

  6. International | Sapienza Università di Roma -

    international. Study Abroad. University Funding. Study at Sapienza. International Cooperation. Erasmus+ Traineeships abroad 2023-2024 - Call presentation. InfoDays on the Civis Alliance universities. Erasmus+ calls for study 2023-24. International Admissions 2024-2025.

  7. Academics | Sapienza Università di Roma -

    2023-24 Degree Programmes. Graduation Procedures: guidelines for the academic staff. National scientific qualification for full and associate professorship. Student opinion survey (OPIS)

  8. University of Rome | Ancient, Papal, Catholic | Britannica

    Under Pope Leo X (1513–21), the two institutions were fused into one University of Rome, housed in a building called Sapienza (“Wisdom”), which for centuries gave its name to the university. Exterior of Sant'Ivo della Sapienza (1660), University of Rome, built by Francesco Borromini.