Università Roma Tre, Fac. di Lettere e Filosofia
University  of  Rome III,  School  of Humanities

236 via Ostiense, 00154 Roma (Metro Marconi)
Tel 0657330003 Aperto/open 8-20, sab/Sat 8-14

Corso  di  Studio   in   Lingue  e  Comunicazione  Internazionale.
Degree Course in Languages and International Communication
Room XXX,  pian terreno/ground floor;  tel. 06-57338563  (10-12; merc./Wed. 3-5);  studlci@uniroma3.it

Tutore ERASMUS (studenti in arrivo): Patrick Boylan
Per l'orario di ricevimento e recapiti, cliccare>

Incoming ERASMUS students tutor: Patrick Boylan
<Click for office hours and contact information.

2008-09: The new Incoming Tutors (instead of Patrick Boylan) are: Prof.sse Bélin and Nied and Prof. Giannetti.

This web page with information for Erasmus Students is no longer updated
(Patrick Boylan is no longer the incoming Erasmus advisor.)

Click on the icons Catalogs with courses to choose from, images Catalogs with courses to choose from, and  underlined words.

Go to:        Home: Rome III   |   International Relations Office   |   List of Partner Institutions  |   Archive 

Also: Student Restaurant, Deadlines, Credits, Student Card...GUIDE  for INCOMING STUDENTS
Info on arriving, living in Rome...

Catalogs with courses to choose fromCALENDAR ACADEMIC YEAR

Catalogs with courses to choose fromCOURSES OFFERED AT ROME 3
(LCI, Humanities, other schools)

Fill out this form and post it or email it to CTS.ACCOMMODATION (HOUSING)
Instructions on page 5 of Guide.

See the Guide (first box) to determine your course.ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES
Read p. 13 of the Guide first!

You can buy Bus and Metro tickets from any tabaconist.MAP with BUS & METRO LINES
Find the School of Humanities.

Also: Student Restaurant, Deadlines, Credits, Student Card...ADDESSES AND WEB SITES
of the Administrative Offices

Hours and location (Student Card required for admission).COMPUTER, LANGUAGE LABS
Access Internet, practice L2s.

Money changer shops OUTSIDE airports or stations offer better rates than banks.EURO CALCULATOR: €=£ $ ₣...
Convert € prices to your money.

To get by initially without Italian in Rome, take advantage of the English-language yellow pages, city guide, classified ads, cinemas, video rentals, churches, hospitals, bookstores, theaters, pubs and bars serving the international community here.




Enrollment and Choice of courses to follow

Click on the orange  buttons to download

  1.  <Application form for enrollment at the University of Rome III.
    Deadlines for sending application form: 30th of June (1st semester or whole academic year); 15th October (2nd semester).

    After completing the procedure, students must print the form, sign it, and send it to International Relations Office, by fax: 00390657067330 or by mail:
              Divisione Relazioni Internazionali,
              Via Ostiense 159
              I-00154 Roma

    Important! Applications will be accepted only when Sending Institutions confirm the names of the students to the International Relations Office of Roma Tre. If the application has been accepted, the student receives an e-mail message confirming the acceptance.

    According to the ERASMUS Learning Agreement with your home university, you are automatically enrolled in the degree course Language and International Communication (LCI) offered by the School of Humanities.  You can, of course, take courses from other Schools as well, but your main courses will be in LCI.  Ask your tutor for advice.

  2.  <Learning Agreement
    This is the form on which you indicate the courses you wish to take for "credits" and which, after being signed by your Tutor here, you must send to your Tutor or Erasmus Office at your home university.
            <EU Directive establishing the importance and the binding character of Learning Agreements.

  3.  <Courses offered in Languages and International Communication, 2006-07.
    Look over these subjects, ranging from Arab and Anglosaxon to Word Formation and Web Communication.  You may never have thought of studying many of them: now is your chance!

  4.  <Courses at the School of Humanities (2006-07).
    The official guide for 2006-2007 does not list courses.  But you can choose a course on the basis of the guide for 2005-06 here since changes, if any, are usually just in the reading lists.

  5.  <Courses offered at the entire University of Rome III for 2006-07.
    Not all of the other Schools have put their course offerings for 2006-2007 on line yet.  But, as above, you can choose courses on the basis of last year's guides, largely the same.

  6.  <Lessons and class schedules for 2006-07 at the School of Humanities.

Remember to see your tutor within the first two weeks of your arrival,
then every month during your stay (as well as whenever you need advice),
to make sure you're getting everything you can out of your stay at Rome III.

Back to top>  

Back to top>  

Inquiries to:  Patrick Boylan,    web site  www.boylan.it,  telephone>

Updated 11.11.06