University of Sapienza

University of Sapienza

University of Sapienza

  • Italy
  • Control Systems Engineering
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University type
University Grade
Estd. Year
Program Type
Available Intake
Sep 2024
Medium of Course
World Rank
Total Course Fee
Course Duration
2 Years
Degree Awarded
About University

Sapienza University of Rome is one of the world's oldest universities, founded way back in 1303. It's not only the oldest university in Rome but also the biggest in all of Europe. This prestigious university is right in the heart of Rome, close to the city center. It has 11 faculties, including a special school for advanced studies and another for aerospace engineering. With a total of 58 departments, which include two university hospitals and a teaching hospital, Sapienza University is all about creating a society that values knowledge. They achieve this through research, always striving for the best, providing high-quality education, and building international connections.


Bachelors Program : 12th with 65% or Above

Masters Program : Min 55% in Bachelor (Non - STEM Programs)
Min 65% in Bachelors (STEM Programs)

Doctorates Program :Min 60% in Bachelors (Non - STEM Programs)
Min 65% In Bachelors (STEM Programs)

IELTS Score 6.5 or Above

Fees Structure

University Fees
Currently, fees is not available for this univeristy.

Campus Life

About Campus life
Sapienza University of Rome in Italy is known for its vibrant campus life. They have more than 100,000 square meters of space for things like sports, music, theatre, and even a web radio station. Plus, they offer access to 59 libraries, with two of them open around the clock. You'll find facilities for sports, music, and theatre, as well as places to study. They also have an office that helps students with disabilities and university hospitals. When it comes to activities, they've got you covered with cultural, social, and sports events. It's a lively place to be!

Hostel & Facilities

Hostel and facilities
Sapienza University of Rome doesn't have its own student dorms, but there are private housing options all over Rome. These student accommodations come with Wi-Fi in each room and shared common areas. You can get a medium-sized single room in an apartment with a kitchen and a shared bathroom for around €450 per student, or a larger single room in an apartment with a kitchen and a shared bathroom for around €550 per student.


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