Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

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Rome campus highlights

  • Academic excellence across 2 schools: Medicine and Surgery; Economics
  • Home to Cattolica’s internationally acclaimed School of Medicine and Surgery which started teaching medicine in November 1961. The School is affiliated with the Policlinico Gemelli University Hospital, which opened in 1964
  • Top Italian oncologic hospital by number of patients treated
  • 43 faculty members are listed among the Top Italian Scientists
  • Rome is home to 6,500 students
  • Campus area: over 300,000 m2
  • The campus offers sports facilities including a football field, a volleyball, basketball, and 3 tennis courts
  • Academic excellence across 2 schools: Medicine and Surgery; Economics
  • Home to Cattolica’s internationally acclaimed School of Medicine and Surgery which started teaching medicine in November 1961. The School is affiliated with the Policlinico Gemelli University Hospital, which opened in 1964
  • Top Italian oncologic hospital by number of patients treated
  • 43 faculty members are listed among the Top Italian Scientists
  • Rome is home to 6,500 students
  • Campus area: over 300,000 m2
  • The campus offers sports facilities including a football field, a volleyball, basketball, and 3 tennis courts

Rome in the spotlight

  • Italy’s capital city
  • The Province of Rome has 4,000,000 inhabitants making it the largest municipal area in Italy
  • The Eternal City: founded in 753 B.C.
  • Home to the Vatican City State, the smallest internationally recognized independent state in the world by both area and population
  • A picturesque and historic bliss, containing many of the world’s most breathtaking masterpieces, from Michelangelo’s ceiling in la Cappella Sistina, to the beautiful attractions in Piazza Navona, la Fontana di Trevi, il Vittoriano, il Colosseo, and many more
  • 30 km from the coast
  • A popular set of Academy Award-winning movies: The Great Beauty, La Dolce Vita, and Roman Holiday among others
  • Italy’s capital city
  • The Province of Rome has 4,000,000 inhabitants making it the largest municipal area in Italy
  • The Eternal City: founded in 753 B.C.
  • Home to the Vatican City State, the smallest internationally recognized independent state in the world by both area and population
  • A picturesque and historic bliss, containing many of the world’s most breathtaking masterpieces, from Michelangelo’s ceiling in la Cappella Sistina, to the beautiful attractions in Piazza Navona, la Fontana di Trevi, il Vittoriano, il Colosseo, and many more
  • 30 km from the coast
  • A popular set of Academy Award-winning movies: The Great Beauty, La Dolce Vita, and Roman Holiday among others