Undoubtedly not an easy medical course, but then the internship makes you understand that it is worth it.
Then studying in the wonderful Italy in Rome is certainly not a small thing.
In fact, everything was well organized and student life was not difficult
Sapienza di Roma is a particular university. Surely to study here you need to have good problem-solving skills but you must admit that over the years we have been making great strides. I chose it because out of the many universities in Rome it is the one that offers the best study programs. Furthermore, the professors are experienced personalities in the areas of the subjects they teach and have very valid CVs. On a human level, it is a university that manages to involve students in a thousand ways and cares a lot about agglomeration activities. Study courses also tend to encourage the creation of links between university colleagues through group research and projects. It is possible to carry out work at the university but also to carry out internships in the company where the course of study provides for it. During the two years that have just passed, the school was able to organize itself to meet the health emergency with distance learning which has also given many working students (like me) the opportunity to study by attending classes, which otherwise with the classic method of teaching. With classroom teaching, we could never have done. I hope that this data will be taken into consideration in future years to increase the ways of attending classes. Also not to be underestimated is the prestige of the University itself which is one of the oldest in Italy (if not in the world) and the best Italian university. It could improve from the bureaucratic point of view and in the technological tools offered to support the professors.View more
Good program and a good university in a wonderful city. Like all Italian public universities have a lot of difficult, classes with a lot of students in the first years, bureaucratism and the teacher don’t answer the question every time.View more
The study plan will put you to the test, you will face exams such as public-private law and economic policy.
The three years are difficult but at least once you have finished the course you will have the skills and a basis to face a master’s, unlike other faculties which may be simpler but the preparation they give you is limited.
Reaching the university if you do not live outside the ring road is not easy but with the car, you will have no problems.
Years ago I was studying Modern Letters at Sapienza, but unfortunately, I did not complete my studies for personal reasons. The course was very interesting and the professors extremely competent, however, there was no relationship with them. In general, in this university, there is a lack of stimulus and communication from the teachers. Student services are not excellent, especially the secretariat. The area can be reached by means of transport but with difficulty, if you do not have the metro near your home, the same applies if you try to reach the place by car due to lack of parking. The university environment when I was studying was not very international but I know it has improved in the last few years. I would partially recommend this university, which despite its shortcomings remains one of the most important and prestigious in Italy.View more
The undergraduate courses were very theoretical and impractical. Exam programs are too broad. Environment with few international students. The courses are very interesting and the teachers very well prepared. I suggest introducing more hands-on exercises and reducing schedules.View more
Sapienza is one of the best recommendations I would give for international studies. With a variety of language blended options and diversity in population, it has created a whole new atmosphere. I am a foreigner here studying a course in English and it’s wonderful. I love the work ethics of the tutors and staff and the wonderful infrastructure the school has to accommodate a large number of students both online and on-campus at the same time. It’s incredible. I would, however, suggest for students not living in campus buildings to do better research and planning before making any such financial commitment.View more
I liked the idea of graduating from Sapienza University but they failed to create interest and curiosity in me. I didn’t like the crowds at the university. They do not prepare children for the world of work at all.View more
My experience with Sapienza is overall very good. I like the international context in which we are constantly immersed, the lesson programs focus on intercultural topics, I also appreciate the presence of professors from other countries and Erasmus students. The course I chose met my expectations, as what I wanted the most was to learn about new cultures and new languages. Sometimes the programs are very intense, but I personally don’t encounter major difficulties in studying, as the topics are of my interest. I would definitely recommend La Sapienza to other people.View more
As cons: Chaotic campus. It has many old and unpresentable buildings. Impossible to reach it by car due to the few parking lots surrounding the university city.
As a pro: easily connected with the means, presence of international students.