Sapienza periodically issues a new call to identify housing opportunities for university students through agreements with public and private rental agencies.
Housing available through special agreements is reserved for:
Sapienza University currently provides students with the following organisations:
Agreements valid through 2017:
Agreements valid through 2018:
Interested students should contact these hotels and residences directly. All Sapienza housing agreements include an official contract, free intermediation services, quality standards and guarantee the conformity and safety of housing. Moreover, all Sapienza housing providers are required to provide residents with a questionnaire to evaluate the quality of the services they provide.
Students looking for housing may also take advantage of the Sturent Infodesk (in front of the Palazzo delle Segreterie, map, see contacts in right-hand column).
THE SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED STUDIES
The School for Advanced Studies awards 16 scholarships every year that provide the best students with free tuition and free accommodation.
For further information: School for Advanced Studies
FONDAZIONE RUI RESIDENCES
The Fondazione RUI's university residences host meritorious Italian and foreign students. RUI Foundation Residences promote socialization and personal growth, making them ideal places to study and enhance your university experience. In particular, the agreement signed with the RUI Foundation will reserve 10 places for Sapienza’s best students and four of these will be reserved for international students with a €1000 discount on the yearly cost.
In Rome, RUI Residences are located at:
For further information: Fondazione RUI
LAZIODISU STUDENT HOUSING
Laziodisu assists students who are not from Rome and enrolled in a Roman university to find housing
Please note: Exchange students and PhD students are NOT eligible for Laziodisu Student Housing.
For further information: Laziodisu (see contacts in right-hand column)
“STUDY AND LIVE IN ROME" HANDBOOK
Sapienza University collaborated with the Revenue Guard Corps’ (Guardia di Finanza) to produce a handbook on student housing in Rome. It contains invaluable guidelines on the different types of contracts, accommodation offered by Roman universities and Laziodisu, fiscal subsidies, contract plans and housing funds for students, as well as a list of useful contacts.
For further information: Study and Live in Rome