Outgoing/Incoming students services

Erasmus+

  1. Guidance, tutoring, welcome days
    In order to receive further information before, during and after their study terms in Italy or abroad, students can contact the helpdesk on the following e-mail address: erasmus.ateneo@uniroma2.it
    or click on the following links:
    http://torvergata.llpmanager.it/incoming/menu_principale.asp 
    http://internationalstudents.uniroma2.it/ 
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Erasmus-Roma-Tor-Vergata/190487857715663

    A Front Office service is available as follows:
    Mon - Wed - Fri: 9.00am - 12.00pm; Wed 2.30pm - 4.00pm
    Erasmus Office
    Rector's Office, ground floor, Via Orazio Raimondo 18, 00173 Rome

  2. Student Association Erasmus...inCampus:
    Erasmus…in Campus is a non-party, non-denominational and non-profit association. It works in Partnership together with many public and private Universities in Rome, local community and other organization.
    Erasmus…in Campus works to represent and support Erasmus students in practical ways to enhance the quality of their overall student experience.

    For more information please visit: http://www.erasmusroma.eu/pagina/1/

  3. HousingAnywhere – Find accommodation Abroad
    HousingAnywhere.com is an online platform where students leaving for a semester abroad (exchange or internship) can let their rooms. Hence, incoming international students can rent them. HousingAnywhere is a ‘student-to-student’ platform where supply and demand for rooms to let and rent for a short time match. It is a very simple but effective tool to increase the number of rooms available for your incoming and outgoing students.

    For more information: http://www.housinganywhere.com

  4. garagErasmus
    garagErasmus Foundation is building the first professional network of the Erasmus Generation. Former Erasmus students are a generation of extraordinary people who have had a life-changing experience and who can play a strategic role in Europe’s future. They represent the first true generation of Europeans: the Erasmus Generation.

    There are strong indications that Europe currently is missing its chance to focus on people, innovation, and growth. This is where garagErasmus comes in: by mobilising the talents and business ideas of the Erasmus Generation, the initiative will contribute to wealth and development in Europe.

    garagErasmus brings together and empowers over 3 million people of the Erasmus Generation to boost work mobility and the circulation of ideas in Europe.