University of Rome Foro Italico

Roma, Italy
The University of Rome "Foro Italico" - the City's 4th State university - is the only Italian and one of the few European vocational universities entirely devoted to sport and exercise science. The University is the direct heir of the Italian Sport Academy, and it is located in the monumental area of Foro Italico in Rome, where are placed some of the City's most famous sport structures.

About

History

The University is the direct heir of the Italian Sport Academy, established in 1928, and it is located in the monumental area of Foro Italico in Rome, where are placed some of the City's most famous sport structures.

Education

Teaching offerings within the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Sciences include first and second cycle programs, and research-oriented doctoral programs.

  • First cycle: Three-year degree - Bachelor
  • Bachelor in Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Second cycle: Laurea Magistrale - Higher Degree
  • Sport Sciences and Techniques
  • Preventive and Adapted Physical Activity
  • Sport Management
  • Health and Physical activity English language taught

Research

The University is currently structured into 3 research-based Departments and other structures:

  • Human Movement and Sport Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Educational Sciences
  • Lifelong Learning Department
  • Language Centre
  • Universitys Sport Centre

Career

The Job Placement and Internship Office is in charge of the management of the internship agreements with a wide range of sport-related companies and supports students start their professional careers. The University joins the SOUL project that in cooperation with the 3 public Rome Universities aims to create a bridge between higher education system and job market.

Master's Programmes

Medicine & Health (1)

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Rome Foro Italico!

Services

Student services

The Orientation and Tutoring Office includes orientation for enrolment, ongoing orientation and assistance throughout the students course of studies and post degree orientation.

Library services

The University Library offers specialized textbooks and magazines in health, sports and physical activity.

Student Life

Campus life

University facilities include: teaching facilities: 11 modern lecture halls, a computer centre, a language centre, a specialized library; sport facilities: 10 fully-equipped gyms, 2 swimming pools, a rowing centre on the River Tevere; research centres: more than 20 laboratories.

The University also has its own Video Centre for the production of educational and non-professional materials, and conference halls for national and international congresses.

Sports facilities

The Universitys Sport Centre and sport teams represent university in all sport events among different national and international sport federations.

Sport teams include athletics, football, gymnastics (including rhythmic and Euroteam), basketball, volleyball, water polo, cycling, team gym, judo, karate, taekwondo, tennis, table tennis, shooting, rugby, fencing, canoeing, rowing, equestrian disciplines and are quite successful both on a national and on international level.

The Sport Centre is planning to increase the number of activities offered (archery) and to open its doors to non-professional athletes.

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