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Roma Tre University

Rome, Italy



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Roma Tre University, officially known as UniversitĂ  degli Studi Roma Tre in Italian, was established in 1992 in Rome, Italy. In mid-1980s, the Government of Italy saw the need for more and more public institutions in the region to achieve the basic education standards and increasing demand for higher education by the academicians and students. After the numerous requests made by several professors of the Sapienza University of Rome, the Ministry of Public Education established Roma Tre University under the name Terza UniversitĂ  degli Studi di Roma (Third University of Rome) in 1992. It is the third public university to be established in the metropolitan area of Rome. The main idea behind the establishment of RTU was to revive Roman values and the reclamation of old buildings and school premises, and then transformed into facilities for study and research. Today, Roma Tre University has one campus situated in the heart of Rome, in Ostiense quarter. The campus is built and designed with an aim to provide the state-of-the-art facility to all students. The campus allow students of all background to enjoy, practice and promote their cultural values in RTU. There are several museums, zoos, tourist spots and cultural heritage sites located near the campus. Started with mere 2,000 students, today, Roma Tre University has over 35,500 students enrolled with the presence of academic staff of more than 1,400 members. The faculty student ratio of the university stands at 1:25. According to the University Ranking by Academic Performance and THE Ranking, Roma Tre University is ranked #651-700 and #501-600 in 2019.
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