Tuesday, September 19

 

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Parallel Workshops

TIMETABLE

WORKSHOPS IN ITALIAN

WORKSHOPS IN ENGLISH

or with English translation

10:00 - 11:00 am

D. How to get around Rome and Italy

@ Archaeology Hall

 

 

B. HEALTHCARE

@ Partenone Lecture Hall

C. Exams: How they work and how to face them

@ Odeion Lecture Hall

11:00 - 12:00 am

A. Residence Permit: submitting an application

@ Archaeology Lecture Hall

B. HEALTHCARE

@ Partenone Lecture Hall

C. Exams: How they work and how to face them

@ Odeion Lecture Hall

E. Housing: how and where to find it

@ Archaeology Lecture Hall

 

 

 

2:00 –

3:00 pm

E. Housing: How and where to find it

@ Archaeology Lecture Hall

 

  B. HEALTHCARE

@ Partenone Lecture Hall

C. Exams: How they work and how to face them

@Odeion Lecture Hall

3:00 –

4:00 pm

C. Exams: How they work and how to face them

@Odeion Lecture Hall

 

A. Residence Permit: submitting an application

@ Archaeology Lecture Hall

E. Housing: How and where to find it

@ Archaeology Lecture Hall

 D. How to get around Rome and Italy

@ Partenone Lecture Hall

4:00 –

5:00 pm

E. Housing: How and where to find it

@ Archaeology Lecture Hall

 

C. Exams: How they work and how to face them

@ Odeion Lecture Hall

D. How to get around Rome and Italy

@ Partenone Lecture Hall

 

A.    Residence Permit: submitting an application

11:00 am (IT) 3:00 pm (EN)

@Building CU003, Faculty of Humanities, Lecture Hall A, Historical and Religious Studies

Organised by the International Office

For non-EU citizens who intend to remain in Italy for more than 90 days, the meeting will provide information on how to apply for a residence permit: necessary documents, compilation and presentation of application, costs, timing, common problems and how to solve them.

B.    Healthcare

10:00 am, 11:00 am, 2:00 pm (IT with EN translation)

@Building CU003, Faculty of Humanities, Partenone Lecture Hall

Organized by the Foreign Office of the Policlinico Umberto I University Hospital

Do I need healthcare insurance? What to do in case of an accident or illness? Which services are free and which are not? Are there any specific facilities for foreigners? The staff of the Policlinico Umberto I University Hospital will answer these and many other questions of fundamental importance for your stay in Italy.

C.    Exams: How they work and how to face them

10:00 am (EN), 11:00 am (IT), 2:00 pm (EN), 3:00 pm (IT), 4:00 pm (EN)

@Building CU003, Faculty of Humanities, Odeion Lecture Hall

Organised by the International Office

Essential information on the Italian educational system and exams in Europe’s largest university. Credits, grades, titles, exam sessions.  Introduction to Infostud, Sapienza’s on-line system for registering for exams, available both on PC and smartphone (download the official app below).

D. How to get around Rome and Italy: local and national transport

10.00 am (IT), 3.00 pm (IT), 4:00 pm (EN)

@Building CU003, Faculty of Humanities, Modern and Contemporary History Lecture Hall

Organised by the International Office

At what time does the subway close? What is the best way to get to Milan? When is the next bus? Find out everything there is to know about getting around Rome and Italy; tickets and prices, travel times, websites, apps and student discounts.

E. Housing: How and where to find it

11.00 (EN), 2.00pm (IT), 3.00pm (EN), 4:00pm (IT)

@Building CU003, Faculty of Humanities, Archaeology Lecture Hall

Organised by the International Office

Finding appropriate housing is one of the main issues faced by international students. We’re here to help! Partner housing providers, private apartments, neighbourhoods, costs and contracts. This workshop will make it all clear!  It is essential if you are still looking for a place that suits you!

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

GET INVOLVED! FAIR OF UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATIONS, SERVICES AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

@open area in front of Odeion

Studying at Sapienza is much more than just studying. Enjoy Sapienza’s music, sports, theatre and student associations to meet other Sapienza students (and much more!). Visit the stands of associations, companies, service providers and cultural institutions from various countries to find out more and make your stay in Rome exceptional.

EXHIBITORS

Cultural Associations

  • AIESEC Roma Sapienza – (acronym for Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economisques et Commerciales) is a non-profit, independent, apolitical student organization
  • ESN - Erasmus Student Network
  • IUC -University Concert Institution
  • Sapienza Merchandising
  • MuSa - Music at Sapienza
  • Theatron - Ancient Theatre at Sapienza
  • CUS - Centro Universitario Sportivo
  • Sapienza in Movimento
  • Vento di Cambiamento 

CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND LANGUAGE LEARNING

  • Academy of France - Villa Medici
  • Campus France Italie
  • Ecole française de Rome
  • Institut français Center Saint-Louis
  • Institut français Italia
  • Austrian Culture Forum

HOUSING PROVIDERS (In partnership with Sapienza)

  • Campluscollege Roma
  • Sturent

 

Open Rehearsal - MuSa Jazz

8:30 pm @ Building CU001

Are you a Jazz fan? Do you fancy being part of a Jazz ensemble? Participate in the workshop (www.uniroma1.it/sapienza/musica/MuSa)!

[Organised by Silverio Cortesi]

 

Cocktail Night

11:00 pm @Pasquino Bar, Via del Governo Vecchio, 79

[Organised by ESN]