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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SERVICE:

  • COORDINATOR: Prof. Daniele Fiorentino
  • SUPERVISOR FOR ROMANCE AREA: Prof. Francesco Spandri
  • ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER: Dott.ssa Sarah Mataloni

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Location

Situated in the Ostiense area, the University is just few minutes away from the historical centre of Rome. The University buildings are easily reachable by underground (Metro).

The Administration building (Rettorato), the European Student Mobility Programmes Office (Ufficio Programmi Europei per la Mobilità Studentesca) and almost all University locations are in the Ostiense area.

Our Department is situated in: Via Gabriello Chiabrera,199 – 7 minutes walking from the San Paolo Metro Station.

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How to reach Roma Tre

From Fiumicino airport you can reach the city centre by local train which departs every 15-30

minutes (destination “Orte”) and stops at various stations of the city. The cost of a ticket is € 8,50. Trains take about 45 minutes to reach Tiburtina Railway Station and make stops at Trastevere and Ostiense.

 

At Fiumicino there is also a non-stop train, called “Leonardo Express”, to Termini Railway Station, the central station of Rome (cost: € 14,00) it leaves every 30 minutes and it takes 30

minutes (www.trenitalia.com).

 

For more information about airports of Rome: www.adr.it

 

A taxi ride from Fiumicino Airport to our office in via Ostiense costs about € 40,00/45,00.

 

 

HOW TO REACH THE CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL OFFICE

From Termini and Tiburtina Railway Stations take Underground (Metro) Line B, direction “Laurentina”, get off at the San Paolo stop; then exit on via Ostiense and turn right (15 minutes walk). Our Office is

located on Via Ostiense 149 (ground floor).

 

HOW TO REACH OUR DEPARTMENT

 

From Termini, Tiburtina, and Ostiense Railway Stations take the Underground line B, direction “Laurentina”, get off at the San Paolo stop; then you can go right ahead in via Gaspare Gozzi just a few minutes and then turn left in Via Gabriello Chiabrera.

Erasmus Office – Political Science Department

Erasmus Office

The International Relations Service (SRI) supports students engaged in all Erasmus+ activities and in general students on mobili-ty programs. The office also works as a reference point of analysis for the cooperation with European Universities and other academic institutions worldwide. The department is specifically focused on study abroad experiences and on strengthening the cooperation with Eu-ropean Institutions; it promotes student training, exchange in teaching and research. Main task of the Service is to provide sup-port and give information about:

  • ERASMUS PLUS PROGRAM:  The Erasmus + enhances the opportunities for cooperation and mobility with Partner Countries, notably in the fields of higher education. Our International office takes care of student mobility (incoming and outgoing), administrative and teaching mobility (incoming and outgoing) and European ECTS system; it is directed by the Department Coordinator: prof. Daniele Fiorentino
  • ERASMUS PLACEMENT:  The Erasmus Placement Program allows both students and graduates to carry out a work placement (training, internship) within European countries and gives them the chance to acknowledge Academic recognition of the work placement (e.g. ECTS, Diploma Supplement or Transcript of records).
  • EXTRA EUROPEAN MOBILITY:  The project offers scholarships for study and research activities for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.We are also entering into new agreements with : – University of Čeljabinsk (Russia) – Lomonosov Moscow State University (Journalism and Global Studies) – Saint Petersburg State University (Faculty of History, Arts and Philosophy).

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CONTACT
Erasmus Office: 4th floor, room 4.3  OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday from 10:00 to 13:00 Thursday from 10:00 to 13:00.

Assessment (Exams)

Classes taught in Italian are usually organized around lectures and most of the students’ work for examinations is done independently; so you must take personal responsibility for

organising your own time.

 

Classes taught in English follow common international teaching standards, with requested attendance and participation, discussion and presentation in class, midterm and final exams.

 

The Syllabus (Ordine degli Studi) is available at the link:

www.uniroma3.it/page.php?page=ordinistudi

 

The three regular examination periods are in the Summer (June-July), Autumn (September) and Winter (January-February), and they may be oral or written.

 

Grades are assigned on a scale from 1 to 30; the minimum passing mark is 18. “Honours”, “lode”, may be granted with the top mark of 30. After exams, professors fill an online appropriate register (“verbale d’esame”). An official “transcript of records” can be

downloaded from the ‘pagina personale studenti’ (Student Portal) after the examination session.

 

Examination dates (appelli) are to be found on Department bulletin boards. It is important to remember that you must register for examinations ahead of time through an on line form available on your Course website link:

  • uniroma3.it/index.php?p=prenotazione_es .

 

 

The credits mentioned in the Roma Tre transcripts are equal to ECTS. One credit represents 25 hours of study, with one full time academic year consisting of 60 ECTS credits. The grading system used at the University Roma Tre is the national grading system:

 

  • passing grades for each exam or learning activity can range from 18 to 30; the highest possible grade is 30 e lode (30L); for some exams and activities there is no grade, but only “pass” (IDONEO); exams under 18/30 are considered as ‘not passed’ and cannot be registered on the final transcript of records;

 

  • graduation grades can range from 66 to 110; the highest possible grade is 110/110 with honours; the final graduation mark depends on the average of exams grades and academic value of the thesis and its defence; the latter is evaluated by a Faculty Committee.

 

 

 

 

Academic Calendar

The basic unit of the Italian system of higher education is the Academic year. It is divided up in two semesters. Lectures are usually held from Monday to Friday.

 

There are two half term holidays around Christmas and Easter, and a long summer holiday from July to the opening of the next Academic year.

 

Public Holidays:

All Saints’ Day, November 1st

Immaculate Conception, December 8th

Christmas Holidays, December 23rd – January 8th

Easter Holidays, from the Thursday before Easter to the following Wednesday
Liberation Day, April 25th
Labour Day, May 1st

Feast of the Republic, June 2nd

Summer Holidays, August – depending on the Faculty)

Please note that generally the Italian University academic year is from October 1st to September 30th

 

The first semester starts mid-September/October and ends about December 20th. The second semester starts on March 1st and ends May 31st. These dates do not include examinations.

 

In February there is a long recess for mid-year examinations.

Italian Language Courses

Different types of Italian courses as L2 are provided for foreign students at the Centro Linguistico d’Ateneo – University Linguistic Centre (CLA).

Standard Italian courses as L2 (click here) for

  • Foreign students with an Erasmus scholarship at Roma Tre University;
  • Foreign students who have bilateral agreements with Roma Tre University;
  • Foreign students enrolled in a full degree course at Roma Tre University.

 

Post-graduate Italian courses as L2 (click here) for

  • foreign citizens attending Master’s or PhD programs or doctoral schools at Roma Tre University;
  • visiting professors, PhD students, or grant recipients at Roma Tre University;
  • grant recipients at MAE, MIUR, Regione Lazio, etc.

Courses in English

Political Science department offers a wide range of courses units at bachelor level (Laurea Triennale) and master level (Laurea Magistrale) taught in English, courses at IES (Institute for the international Education of Students), available for Italians and foreign students, including Erasmus and exchange students.

Courses from Master in International Studies:

The Master’s in International Relations is a two-year program entirely taught in English. The curriculum is aimed at training professionals with international (linguistic and cultural), cross-cultural and interdisciplinary expertise in the field of Political and Social sciences, History, Law and Economics.

21810021 – INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AFTER THE END OF THE COLD WAR – NUTI LEOPOLDO

21810032 – INTERNATIONAL LAW AND DEVELOPMENT –  CARLETTI CRISTIANA

21810028 – INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF PEACE – MORO RENATO

21810073 – INTERNATIONAL FINANCE – D’ADDONA STEFANO

21810072 – CONTEMPORARY ASIA – FRATTOLILLO OLIVIERO

21810074 – EVOLVING SECURITY IN THE POST 1945 WORLD  – GALA MARILENA

21810020 – INTERNATIONAL POLITICS – RATTI LUCA

21810019 – INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMICS – NATICCHIONI PAOLO

21810016 – THEORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS  MAIOLO FRANCESCO

21810014 – THE UNITED STATES AND THE WORLD IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES – FIORENTINO DANIELE

21810034 – FRENCH STUDIES  DI MAIO MARIA GAETANA

21810035 – HISPANIC STUDIES  MESSINA FAJARDO LUISA

21810036 – GERMAN STUDIES3 FIANDRA EMILIA

21810029 – GENDER AND POLITICAL THEORIES – MODUGNO ROBERTA ADELAIDE

21810017 – LATIN AMERICA IN THE 20TH CENTURY – BERNARDI CLAUDIA

21810010 – EUROPEAN UNION INTERNAL MARKET LAWTORINO RAFFAELE

21810012 – EUROPEAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – SCARLATTI PAOLO

21810022 – POST-COLONIAL STUDIES IN THE ENGLISH SPEAKING WORLD – ZULLI TANIA

21810076 – SUSTAINABILITY, ECONOMIC DEVELPMENT AND TRANSPORT – GATTA VALERIO

21810037 – ISSUES IN THE CONTEMPORARY CATHOLIC ROMAN CURCH – LARREY PHILIP MARTIN

21810038 – ITALY AND THE US: HISTORY OF A LONG-STANDING INTERACTION – FIORENTINO DANIELE

21810039 – ITALY AND THE EUROPEAN UNION – FASANARO LAURA

21810040 – THE ITALIAN FASCISM: THE FIRST TOTALITARIAN POLITICAL RELIGION – MORO RENATO

21810041 – TERRORISM AN INTRODUCTION – CECI GIOVANNI MARIO

21810045 – ARABIC STUDIES SOLIMANDO CRISTINA

21810046 – CHINESE STUDIES N0 ROMAGNOLI CHIARA

21810047 – RUSSIAN STUDIES

Courses from IES:

The Department of Political Studies offers also a set of courses taught in English at the Institute for the International Education of Students (IES), in Lungotevere Tor di Nona, 7, Rome. These courses are offered within the framework of the Joint Protocol Roma3-IES.
See for more details: http://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/rome

winter semester 2016/2017:

—RL341        Issues in the Contemporary Roman Catholic Church

—IR/HS343   Italy and the US: History of a Long-Standing Interaction

—HS/335       The Italian Fascism: the First Totalitarian Political Religion

—PO/IR265   Terrorism an Introduction

—SO/AN350  Organized Crime in Italy: Mafias, Murders and Business

 

The IES semester begins 2-3 weeks before the RM3 semester, therefore students who wish to attend these courses must check immediately upon their arrival that the course they have chosen is actually given on that semester (http://scienzepolitiche.uniroma3.it/blog/archives/2187#more-2187).

Students who wish to follow RM3-IES joint courses in order to enroll, will have to contact:
Daniele Fiorentino (daniele.fiorentino@uniroma3.it)

WHEN
The IES semester starts 2-3 weeks before the RM3 semester, therefore Erasmus students who want to attend these courses must check immediately upon their arrival on the IES website that the course they have chosen is actually given on that semester.

N.B.: Although they already started, Erasmus students still have the possibility to enroll.

HOW
Erasmus students who want to follow RM3-IES joint courses in order to enroll, will have to contact directly the professor of the course they have chosen.
At the end of the course, please make sure that your Transcript of Records at Roma Tre is complete.

WHERE
IES courses take place and are offered at IES Abroad Rome CenterLungotevere Tor di Nona 7, Roma

Programs Outlines

Undergraduate Programs

Curricula:

    • European Politics
    • International Politics
    • Politics, History & Society

 

 

 

 

MA Programs

  • International Relations

http://scienzepolitiche.uniroma3.it/blog/archives/8184

Curricula:

  • International Studies (taught in English)
  • International Political Studies (taught in Italian)
  • International Cooperation for Development (taught in Italian)
  • Peace, War & Security (taught in Italian)

 

  • European Studies (taught in Italian)

http://scienzepolitiche.uniroma3.it/blog/archives/3676

 

  • Public Administrations Sciences

http://scienzepolitiche.uniroma3.it/blog/archives/3669

Curricula:

  • Political and Administrative Institutions (taught in Italian)
  • Management of Public Policies and Services (taught in Italian)

 

 

PhD Degree in Political Studies

http://dottoratoscienzepolitiche.uniroma3.it/english/

Curricula:

  • Government and Institutions
  • Gender Studies
  • European and International Studies

Academic Facilities

The Department of Political Studies offers a range of academic facilities.

  • Virtually all classes and most other educational activities take place in the Department new and modern building, with smart classrooms and wireless web connection everywhere in the facility.
  • Our methods of instruction combine traditional teaching and contact hours with innovative strategies of teaching support (seminars, conferences, workshops and training on the job).
  • Our library offers a luminous environment with a large reading room and a collection of 40.000 monographs and edited volumes; 5.000 journal volumes and full text of 123 electronic journals and reviews; several databases.
  • A wireless network is available inside the building.
  • The building is wheelchair accessible.
  • The Department InfoLab provides 35 PC workspaces and offers courses in computer skills.
  • The Department Laboratory for Educational Innovation gives students the opportunity of developing their communication and relation skills and of experimenting new forms of teaching, as interactive teaching, multimedia technologies, group work, project work, case studies, role playing, simulations.
  • The Department Laboratory for Historical Iconographic Research and Documentation has the goal of putting students and researchers in contact with modern icons, as photography, poster, illustrated postcard, documentary and fiction movies, television. It owns about 000 fiction movies, 1.200 documentary films, a specialized library with about 3.400 books, 14.000 postcards, 15.000 photographs, 22 CDs, 59 CD-ROMs, 19 recorded cassettes, 57 vinyl LPs.
  • The Department Mutimedia Laboratory for Legal Comparison promotes the online journal Democracy and Security Review.
  • We offer an extensive variety of student and teaching staff exchange programs with over fifty partner Universities and more than a hundred scholarships.

 

Students can also make use of all facilities that Roma Tre University has to offer. Roma Tre is a urban university and its main campuses are located in the Piramide/Ostiense area in the central/southern part of Rome; all locations are easily accessible by subway. Roma Tre has about 40.000 students, more than 940 professors, more than 700 employees (librarians, administration staff, technicians), 12 Departments organised in over 70 first and second cycle degree courses, about 20 PhD Courses, about 700 international agreements, about 500.000 volumes available in its libraries. Roma Tre was ranked among the top 100 universities under 50 years of age by the Times Higher Education Supplement.

  • Roma Tre offers its students many services, including sports facilities, university teams in various sporting disciplines including football, sailing and ping-pong, a stadium, an orchestra and a choir.
  • Roma Tre University’s Internet Access Point – Piazza Telematica – is the first university computer laboratory to be organised along the lines of a wireless public internet point, offering a wide range of services and applications in 198 workstations including hardware and software for users with disabilities.
  • Roma Tre’s Palladium Theatre hosts qualified international theatrical seasons, a variety of plays and experimental performances.
  • Roma Tre University issues the Certification of Italian as a Foreign Language, which is officially recognised by the Italian State through Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • The University Language Centre Roma Tre organises many language courses, including intensive Italian for foreigners.

 

University Cafeterias

University canteens
university canteens provide nutritious and very low cost meals. It is much cheaper to eat there than to prepare a meal at home. Canteens are popular gathering places for Erasmus and Italian students alike. University canteens are subsidised and are run by ADISU, Azienda Regionale per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario, which handles student services.
For further information about canteens and costs please visit the following link:
http://www.adisu.uniroma3.it

Roma Tre canteens are located in:
• Via Vasca Navale, 79
• Via Libetta 18 , “45 giri”
University canteens are open from Monday to Saturday, from January to July. They are closed Saturday nights and holidays. Working hours: lunch from 12 a.m. to 3 p.m.; They are most crowded between 1pm and 2pm.

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Canteen card (tessera mensa)
When you have the tax number go to ADISU Via della Vasca Navale 79, room 17 (Linea B Marconi stop), tel. 06/55340729/40 during these opening hours:
From Monday to Friday 9.00 -12.30
Remember to bring with you Erasmus certificate and codice fiscale.
For further information about canteens and costs please visit the following link:
http://www.laziodisu.it/default.asp?id=808

Students who attend courses at all other Faculties can go to the canteens in the S. Paolo area. A University Canteen Card is issued by the Roma Tre ADISU Office.
GO to register to Roma Tre ADISU Office, Via della Vasca Navale 79 -room number 17 (Linea B Marconi stop); open from Mondays to Fridays, 9,00 am-13,00 pm
Bring with you:
your Tax Number (Codice Fiscale)
your Roma Tre Erasmus Certificate

www.adisu.uniroma3.it/mensa/informazioni/informazioni.htm