University of Rome La Sapienza

University Colleges and Facilities
(Rome, Italy)

The University is divided into 21 faculties. Some areas have two faculties to accommodate the large number of students and to better administer the resources and facilities.
  • First Faculty of Architecture
  • Second Faculty of Architecture
  • Faculty of Communication Sciences
  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Literature and Philosophy
  • Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Studies
  • First Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
  • Second Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
  • Faculty of Oriental Studies
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Philosophy
  • Faculty of Political Science
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  • First Faculty of Psychology
  • Second Faculty of Psychology
  • Faculty of Sociology
  • Faculty of Statistics
  • School for Aerospace Engineering
  • School for Library and Archive Studies

Faculties of Architecture

The Faculties of Architecture include the Ludovico Cuaroni and the Valle Giulia. They offer courses in classical and modern architecture.

Faculty of Commmunication Sciences

This faculty specialises in various fields of communication, including public relations and mass media. It is affiliated with several television networks and production outfits in Italy.

Faculty of Economics

The Faculty of Economics offers courses in business, finance, commerce, and economics.

Faculty of Engineering

This faculty has several academic and research departments in chemical, electrical, mechanical, and electronics engineering. Each department is equipped with high-end laboratories andruns several research programmes.

Faculty of Humanities

The Faculty of Humanities has two general divisions for arts and literature. Its courses are on theoretical and practical studies in visual and performing arts.

Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law is known for producing some of the country's best lawyers. Its specialties are corporate and public law.

Faculty of Literature and Philosophy

This faculty offers courses in classical, contemporary, and world literature.

Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Studies

This faculty offers courses in different fields of science. It runs several research programmes and has several libraries and museums.

Faculties of Medicine and Surgery

The Faculty of Medicine and Surgery is divided into two faculties. One is devoted to medical sciences such as anatomy and molecular biology, while the other offers programmes in other medical professions such as nursing and midwifery.

Faculty of Oriental Studies

The Faculty of Oriental Studies is devoted to Asian and Middle Eastern culture. Some of its courses are Chinese, Indian, and Japanese philosophy and literature, economics in West and Southeast Asia, and Asian history.

Faculty of Pharmacy

The Faculty of Pharmacy offers programmes in pharmacology and pharmaceutical studies and research.

Faculty of Philosophy

The Faculty of Philosophy specialises in Western and Asian philosophy.

Faculty of Political Science

This faculty trains students to become public leaders and educates them in public affairs, governance, and international relations.

Faculties of Psychology

This faculty is divided into two faculties and offers several specialised courses, including cultural, religious, and physical psychology.

Faculty of Sociology

The Faculty of Sociology is one of the University's smallest departments. Its courses include sociological studies framed around European and Asian culture.

Faculty of Statistics

This faculty offers courses in theoretical and applied statistics. It is one of the most research-intensive departments in the University and conducts several studies in cooperation with the other faculties.

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

This is a relatively new faculty and employs some of the most prominent scientists in Europe as its staff.

Faculty of Library and Archive Studies

This faculty focuses on library management and different library systems

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