Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Founded in 1992, the university has gained a significant reputation in the academic world thanks to its quality teaching and research programmes. Roma Tre offers degree courses, including Master’s Degrees and PhD programmes, in Architecture, Economics, Education Sciences, Engineering, Law, Humanities and Liberal Arts, Political Science, Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences.
Roma Tre is an urban university and its main campuses are located in the Piramide/Ostiense area in the central/southern part of Rome; all locations are all easily reachable by subway. Roma Tre’s Palladium Theatre hosts qualified international theatrical seasons, a variety of plays and experimental performances. Roma Tre offers its students many services, including sports facilities, university teams in various sporting disciplines including football, sailing and ping-pong, a stadium, an orchestra and a choir. The University’s Internet Access Point – Piazza Telematica – is the first university computer laboratory to be organised along the lines of a wireless public internet point, offering a wide range of services and applications in 198 workstations including hardware and software for users with disabilities. Roma Tre University issues the Certification of Italian as a Foreign Language, which is officially recognised by the Italian State through Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Though the University Language Centre Roma Tre organises many language courses, including intensive Italian for foreigners.
Roma Tre University: A Few Numbers
- about 40.000 students
- more than 940 professors
- more than 700 employees (librarians, administration staff, technicians)
- 12 Departments organised in over 70 first and second cycle degree courses
- about 20 PhD Courses
- about 700 international agreements
- about 500.000 publications available in its libraries
- more than 100 courses taught in English, several double degree programmes
- 2 degree courses in English, 1 entry package taught in English in Economics and Political Science
Roma Tre was ranked among the top 100 universities under 50 years of age by the Times Higher Education Supplement.
The European Union Liaison Committee of Historians
The European Union Liaison Committee of Historians came into being in 1982 as a result of an important international symposium that the Commission had organized in Luxembourg to launch historical research on European integration. The committee is composed of historians of the European Union member countries who work on contemporary history.
The Liaison Committee:
- gathers and conveys information about work on European history after the Second World War
- advises the European Union on research projects concerning contemporary European history. Thus the Liaison Committee was commissioned to make publicly available the archives of the Community institutions
- enables researchers to make better use of the archival sources
- promotes research meetings to get an update of work in progress and to stimulate new research: seven research conferences have been organized and their proceedings published.
The Journal of European Integration History – Revue d’histoire de l’intégration européenne – Zeitschrift für Geschichte der europäischen Integration, is in line with the preoccupations of the Liaison Committee. Being the first history journal to deal exclusively with the history of European integration, the Journal offers the increasing number of young historians devoting their research to contemporary Europe, a permanent forum.
The Liaison Committee works completely independently and according to historians’ critical method.