Università degli Studi della Tuscia

Università degli Studi della Tuscia

The University of Tuscia is located in Viterbo, with campuses in and around its historical centre. Viterbo is the northernmost province of Lazio, in the heart of Italy, located less than 100 km from Rome and just over 200 km from Florence

Top reasons to study here

  • The University plays an important role in helping students choose their programme of study by organising a series of meetings and joint activities
  • The relatively small student population facilitates closer relationships between the students and the teaching staff
  • Most recent and prestigious achievements are the inclusion of Tuscia University in the Top 1000 of World University 2020

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About

History

The University of Tuscia was founded in 1979 and quickly developed into what it is today: the hub of culture and learning in the province, offering courses suited to the requirements of local, national and international students.

Education

The educational activities are managed by six Departments offering 19 undergraduate programmes, 20 second level degree programmes and 2 single cycle degree programmes. Our degree programmes are tailored to meet the demands of the European and international job markets.Our university offers seven PhD programmes and several first and second level degree courses, as well as schools of specialization. 

Services

Student services

This is the administration office where information about enrolment in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes is available. The student office staff can help with online applications.

Housing services

The Mobility Cooperation and International Office can help you find an accommodation.LAZIODISCO (Regional body for the right to study and the promotion of knowledge) gives Erasmus students the opportunity to apply for a room at the University Student's Hostel, located in via Cardarelli, 77 - Viterbo. The Residence has only 58 rooms available for Erasmus students and they will be assigned to the first applicants. Accommodation at the University Student's Hostel is not guaranteed. Filling out the Accommodation Form is mandatory to apply to reserve a room and it is a compulsory attachment to the Application Form.

Library services

The University Library System boasts over 250.000 volumes, including monographs, magazines and a film collection. The online public access catalogue data is integrated within the global World Cat catalogue. Users can access the library services following their subscription in their own campus

Medical services

The Italian National Health Service is called “Servizio Sanitario Nazionale” (SSN) and is divided into local Healthcare Boards (“Aziende Unità Sanitarie Locali - AUSL”).If you are a EU citizen, you must bring your European Health Insurance Card - EHIC in order to access medical care. For some specialist services, the payment of a “ticket” is required, as a contribution.

Student Life

Campus life

The synergy between our University and the local institutions has allowed four university campuses to develop. Three campuses are located in the historical city centre. They are the result of remarkable restoration projects on the Church of San Carlo, the Church of Santa Maria del Paradiso, and the Dominican Convent of Santa Maria in Gradi, housing the University administrative offices. Two more campuses are located in Rieti (RI) and Civitavecchia (RM).

Sports facilities

Centro Universitario Sportivo  CUS (sports centre) - CUS is the largest sports centre in Viterbo serving students of the University of Tuscia and offers the possibility to play over 30 different sports, whether at competitive or amateur level. CUS Viterbo organizes sports activities for all students and promotes the concept of physical education and leisure time activities. CUS runs the sport facilities located on the University Campuses. 

Student clubs

A.S.E.S. – E.S.N. Erasmus and International Students Association and Erasmus Student Network, Viterbo. Aim: to promote international university exchange programmes.

University Forestry Students’ Association - AUSF Aim: to raise awareness and further analyse the issues concerning the world of forestry.

University Theatre Centre CUT  Aim: to develop awareness of the world of theatre and entertainment.

Association ‘Universo Giovani’ (‘Youth Universe’) Aim: to increase the students’ cultural, social and professional skills and to offer activities designed to promote success in the job market.

Association ‘Univercity Viterbo’ Aim: to design projects aimed at creating a permanent cultural interface in the city of Viterbo

Viterbo, Latium, Italy

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