Roma Tre University

Università degli Studi Roma Tre is an exchange destination for Utrecht University School of LAW students, bachelor level.


Student experiences

Student experiences




Exchange students



Academic calendar

Semester 1: September/ October up to and including January

Semester 2: February/March up to and including June

Academic Calendar

For a more detailed calendar, look at this Academic Calendar (only in Italian)


Language requirement: Italian B1 and/or English B2

Italian spoken courses: The International Exchange Office highly recommends B2 level Italian at the moment of exchange in order to fully participate in Italian courses.

Selected students also have to hand in a letter stating B2 level in English upon their application at the host University. The International Exchange Office can provide this letter.

Roma Tre also offers free Italian language courses for Erasmus students.

Areas of study open for exchange students

See the website

Italian Language Course

Students can follow a standard Italian Language Course for beginners (level A1/A1+) for free. More information on the website.

Courses at Master level


Estimated living costs per month

Cost of living


With regards the accommodation, Roma Tre provides a real estate brokerage service through Sturent company. More information, is available on the following web-site:
Other opportunities are available on this link:


UU Board of Examiners    

Additional information

3 semester places

Social Media




Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?

Contact the International Exchange Office of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.

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