Roma Tre University envisages the central role of research for the advancement of knowledge and the achievement of significant scientific, cultural, social and economic objectives. In this sense it considers research as a primary function, fostering its development as well as its essential connection with teaching.
Roma Tre Students are therefore surrounded by a high-level international research environment that contributes, at each step of their study programme, to encourage and develop their skills.
Roma Tre promotes and supports basic research in all its scientific-disciplinary areas, enhancing its original and innovative contents. Roma Tre also promotes applied research focused on the development and transfer of new technologies, always respecting the aims and responsibilities deriving from its public nature.
Despite its young age, Roma Tre has a consolidated position within the national and international research scenario. Just to give some examples, Roma Tre has had 568 Significant National Interest Projects approved by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research within highly competitive tenders, 148 of which as a coordinator. In the last years it has been awarded financing for 14 projects for young researchers only.
In the ongoing Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission Horizon 2020 (H2020) Roma Tre had Link identifier #identifier__87390-133 projects financed, 9 of which as a coordinator.
Moreover, Roma Tre collaborates with many other universities and research institutions at a regional, national and international level.
For further information about research at Roma Tre, please browse the sites of Link identifier #identifier__41026-2Departments and Research Centres, Link identifier #identifier__125154-3Research Office, Link identifier #identifier__33873-4EU Projects Office and Link identifier #identifier__175376-5Research Repository.