Contacts, services, facilities

Educational Affairs office

Educational Affair Coordinator: Federica Tango

Telephone: (+39) 06 49694276

Email: federica.tango@uniroma1.it

Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 to 11:30

Address: P.le A. Moro, 5 - 00185 Rome, Building CU034 (Presidency Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine - Pharmacy Area), 1st floor.

The Educational Affair Coordinator of the degree course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology provides assistance to facilitate the regular running didactic activities (teachers, programmes, exam calendar, organization of graduation sessions) and is involved in the orientation and dissemination of all useful information to students, also through the website. Furthermore, the coordinator is also the referent for Infostud, part-time issues, transfers and study paths and provides support to the Degree Programme Commission in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology and the commissions established therein.

Erasmus Office

Academic contact responsible for Mobility (RAM): prof. Pietro Matricardi

Email: pietro.matricardi@uniroma1.it

The RAM organizes a learning agreement with the Erasmus + scholarship student and approves it before departure. After the conclusion of the study period, internship or research project abroad and after verification of the transcript of records received from the foreign university, the RAM will validate the ECTS credits acquired by the student.

To obtain information concerning the administrative aspects and other general information regarding the Erasmus call, please refer to the Faculty Erasmus Administrative Manager (RAEF). For the Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine:

Faculty Erasmus Administrative Manager - Pharmacy Area: Sabina Imbimbo

Telephone: (+39) 0649914874

Email: erasmustutorfarmacia@uniroma1.it

Office hours: Mon, Wed, Fri: 10.30-12.00 / Mon, Wed, Fry: from 10.30 to 12.00

Address: P.le A. Moro, 5 - 00185 Rome, Building CU034 (Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine - Pharmacy Area), ground floor.

Sort

Sort for Pharmacy courses

Office hours: Monday 14:00-17:00, Tuesday 16:00-19:00, Wednesday 15:00-18:00, Thursday 9:30-13:30, Friday 15:30-18:30

Address: P.le A. Moro, 5 - 00185 Rome, Building CU019 (Pharmaceutical Chemistry Building), Atrium.

The Guidance and tutoring service offers students general teaching information (courses, timetables, presentation of study plans, etc.), providing a first level guidance and tutoring service.

Student Secretarial Office

Student secretarial office of Pharmacy and Biotechnology

Head of Sector: Livio Orsini

Telephone: (+39) 06 49912180

Address: P.le A. Moro, 5 - 00185 Rome, Building CU029 (General services building), staircase A, ground floor.

Email: segrstudenti.farmacia@uniroma1.it

The student secretarial office carries out all the administrative procedures concerning students' academic careers, from enrolment to graduation, in compliance with the norms indicated in the General Manifesto of Studies.

It is the office to turn to for information related to enrolment, registration in subsequent years, fees, requests for transfer to and from other universities, transfer to another degree course, change of academic system, and career interruptions.

Furthermore, this office recuperates Infostud credentials, receives graduation applications online, issues certificates, degree diplomas, returns high school diploma, issues authenticated photocopies of the high school diploma.

For more information, go to the  page of the Pharmacy and Biotechnology Student Secretarial office on the University website.

Complaints desk

Dear Student / Student, for any suggestions and complaints, you can write an e-mail to chimicatecnofarma.lm13cu@uniroma1.it.

The counter will be consulted on a weekly basis.

To locate the buildings, you can consult the University Campus map

Educational affairs office

Referent for Educational Affairs: Federica Tango

Telephone: (+39) 06 49694276

Emailfederica.tango@uniroma1.it

Office hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 to 11:30

Address: P.le A. Moro, 5 - 00185 Rome, Building CU034 (Presidency Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine - Pharmacy Area), 1st floor.

The Referent for Educational Affairs of the degree course in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology provides assistance in the field of didactic activities (teachers, programmes, exam calendar, organization of graduation sessions) and controls the orientation and dissemination of all useful information for students, also through the website. She is also the contact person regarding Infostud, part-time issues, transfers and training courses, and provides support for the Degree Course Committee in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology and the commissions established therein.

Student (Administrative affairs) Office

Student office of Pharmacy and Biotechnology

Head of Sector: Livio Orsini

Telephone: (+39) 06 49912180

Address: P.le A. Moro, 5 - 00185 Rome, Building CU029 (General services building), staircase A, ground floor.

Email: segrstudenti.farmacia@uniroma1.it

The student office carries out all the administrative procedures concerning students' academic careers, from enrolment to graduation, in compliance with the norms indicated in the General Manifesto of Studies.

It is the office to turn to for information related to enrolment, registration in subsequent years, fees, requests for transfer to and from other universities, transfer to another degree course, change of academic system, and career interruptions.

Furthermore, this office recuperates Infostud credentials, receives graduation applications online, issues certificates, degree diplomas, returns high school diploma, issues authenticated photocopies of the high school diploma.

For more information, go to the  page of the Pharmacy and Biotechnology Student office on the University website.

Inbound orientation

Through the Orientation Group, the Study Programme promotes incoming orientation by attending meetings with the high school students held every year, in April and September, and during which the specific cultural and professional profile of the degree course is explained.

Every year, at the beginning of the first semester, a meeting is organized with the students of the first and second year of the course, to welcome them to the new academic year and to clarify and provide useful news and deadlines, so that they can organize themselves better and manage their study path independently.

The Degree Course Council also makes use of the Faculty Sort - Pharmacy Area, for guidance activities and first level tutoring, and the Didactic Secretarial Office, for guidance activities and second level tutoring specific to the degree course, including assistance regarding the compilation of a student’s study path and help in solving problems related to the booking of exams.

These services are offered in addition to those provided by the University, which are described below.

The SOrT is the integrated Orientation service of Sapienza. The Service has a central office in the University City and counters located in the Faculties. In SOrT, students can find more detailed information regarding faculties and degree programmes and guidance concerning their academic choices. The central office and the teaching delegates of the Faculty coordinate incoming guidance projects and tutoring, foster relationships with the secondary schools and with the referent teachers of outbound orientation, propose support actions in the delicate phase of transition from school to university, support current students, provide information on the course catalogue and on the administrative procedures for access to the courses. Among the orientation initiatives, the "Doors open to the Sapienza" event is particularly important. The initiative, which is held every year at the University City, is mainly for students in their final year of secondary school, teachers, parents and operators in the sector. It is an opportunity to get to know Sapienza, its course catalogue, study areas, cultural meeting places and the many services available to students (libraries, museums, concerts, conferences, etc.). It supports the university integration process, which involves and regards all those who intend to enroll at the University. In addition to information on teaching, during the meetings, it is possible to obtain information on the administrative procedure both of a general nature and, more specifically, on the enrollment procedures for the various degree courses and to acquire a copy of the calls for participation in the course admission tests. At the same time, conferences are held at the Aula Magna for the presentation of all the Faculties of the University (for more information on the event, see the page dedicated to Doors open to Sapienza on the University website).
The Sector also coordinates the guidance projects specified below and proposes support actions in the approach to the university and in students’ academic careers:

- Project "A Bridge between School and University"

The project "A bridge between school and university" (for the sake of brevity called "Progetto Ponte") was created with the aim of presenting the services offered by Sapienza and the students' university experience.

The project is divided into three initiatives:

• Orientation

Seminars dedicated to teachers of the Higher Institutes who are orientation contacts, to facilitate the exchange of information between the  Secondary School environment and the services and projects offered by Sapienza;

• La Sapienza introduces itself

Meetings for the presentation of the Faculties and typical lessons offered by the teachers of Sapienza and addressed to secondary school students on current topics;

• Sapienza of students

Presentation for schools explaining the services offered by Sapienza and narration of the university experience by "mentor" students.

- The "Know Yourself" Project

Self-assessment questionnaire to help students in their decision-making process regarding the choice of study path.

- "Network orientation" project

Orientation and realignment project regarding minimum knowledge requirements. The initiative foresees a preparatory course to facilitate access to the Faculties of the biomedical area that have a limited number of places available, for students in their final year of secondary school.

- Scientific English exam

The project foresees the possibility to take the Scientific English exam in order to obtain credits in the case of subsequent enrollment at this University by the students in their final year of the Lazio High Schools.

- Gong - Nutritional and gastronomic education

Gong (Youth Nutrition Guidance Group) is the acronym chosen to indicate the Nutritional and Gastronomic Education Unit, a service that the Sapienza University offers, free of charge, to all students in order to teach them to nourish themselves wisely but with good quality and tasty food.

Orientation and tutoring in itinere

The Study Course, through the Orientation Group, promotes orientation and tutoring in itinere organizing an annual meeting at the beginning of the first semester, with the students of the third year and subsequent years, to welcome them to the new year academic and clarify and provide useful news and deadlines, so that they can better direct themselves and manage their study path autonomously.

In addition, the Study Programme council  annually conducts a meeting to present the optional and complementary courses for students enrolled in their third year of studies and subsequent years. All the teachers who teach in these courses are invited to intervene in order to explain the educational objectives and aims of their teaching, so as to provide students with useful information to better direct themselves in the composition of their study path.

 

The Study Program has identified four tutor teachers, one for each year of the course, to assist and help students to overcome any difficulties during their studies. The tutors are:
prof. Antonello Mai (1st year)
prof. Lucia Nencioni (2nd year)
prof. Silvia Chichiarelli (3rd year)
prof. Maria Antonietta Casadei (4th year)
prof. Daniela Secci (5th year)

 

In addition to these initiatives, the tutoring in itinere, coordinated by the Guidance and tutoring Sector, is insured by the Faculty guidance service (SOrT), which provides general information.

The second-level guidance and tutoring activities specific to the degree course, including assistance in the compilation of study paths and assistance in solving problems related to the booking of exams, as well as assistance for students who are “fuori corso”, are provided the Didactic Secretarial Office.

For general information regarding administrative procedures, support for IT services (booking exams, etc.), Italian students can contact the CIAO service (Centro Accoglienza Accoglienza Orientamento). For foreigners, on the other hand, can contact the HELLO service.

Sapienza promotes and supports curricular and extracurricular training activities in Italy and abroad for its students and graduates. The aim is to offer concrete opportunities to make comparisons with the world of work and thus foster their future professional choices.

The Training Sector of the Educational Offer Area and the Right to Education, also through the dedicated IT platform JOBSOUL Sapienza, takes care in particular of the following services and obligations:

• manages the signing of agreements for traineeships with public and private bodies, both in Italy and abroad;

• provides assistance and information to users, also for the use of the IT platform, both face to face and via email or telephone;

• establishes relationships with other public institutions that deal with active employment policies through internships (Regions, Employment Centres)

• stipulates agreements to provide pre-selection services of applications for calls issued by public bodies (Banca d'Italia, IVASS, FONDAZIONE CRUI) regarding the activation of traineeships.

Through the JOBSOUL Sapienza portal, students and graduates can:

• register by inserting their personal data and compiling, publishing and managing their curriculum vitae;

• look for job offers/internships in line with their curriculum profile and apply directly to offers online;

• start online procedures for the activation of internships in agreement with the University;

• directly contact companies and propose their own candidature;

• choose whether to make personal data accessible to companies.

At the Traineeships of the University Faculties/Departments the following services are provided:

• reception and information;

• approval and activation of training projects for students and graduates of their own courses, through the JOBSOUL Sapienza platform;

• assistance regarding how to best use the portal.

For the practical internships in a pharmacy, which is to be carried out during the degree course and included among the compulsory activities needed to graduate, the Study Programme avails itself of an internship commission that assigns trainees a tutor, who is a teacher of the degree course, who guides them for the entire duration of the internship.

For more information, consult the page dedicated to professional training.

For extra curricular internships and post-graduate internships, the Study Programme has a contact person, who, in collaboration with JOB SOUL, organizes, proposes and guides internships at pharmaceutical companies for students and graduates in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology.

Contact person: prof.ssa Daniela Secci

e-mail: daniela.secci@uniroma1.it

See also the page dedicated to Internships on the University website.

The Study Programme promotes outbound orientation encouraging students of the fourth year and subsequent years to spend some days of study in the company of figures from the world of work, who can illustrate knowledge and skills required in their working environments, so that students can consciously arrive at an optimal choice for their future professional career.

  The study programme also promotes contacts with the world of work by organizing internships in institutions and companies, aimed at preparing part of the experimental dissertation.

For more information, visit the page What to do to graduate.

At university level, the work orientation service aims to provide Sapienza students and graduates with information and operational strategies which will be useful in the delicate phase of transition from university to the labour market.

The Placement Sector of the Academic Programmes and Right to Study Area takes care in particular of the activities related to: implementation of placement policies aimed at encouraging the entry into the labour market of Sapienza graduates; building a network of relationships and opportunities between companies, associations, institutions, graduates and University; information support activities for graduates; stipulation of agreements for Higher Education and Research Apprenticeships; Back Office activity management of the work section on the Jobsoul Sapienza platform; organization and participation in job orientation and recruiting events; promotion of calls for tenders, selectios and other opportunities for graduates and PhD students through dissemination on the University website and on Facebook and Twitter.

Sapienza uses the JobSoul Sapienza platform to facilitate the meeting between students / graduates and companies, through the publication of job opportunities for students and graduates. On the portal, accredited companies can access the database of student and graduate curricula, download them and insert job offers and traineeships. Graduates can view training and work opportunities and apply for them or apply directly to the company themselves, publishing and updating their curriculum vitae.

Furthermore, in collaboration with the Faculties and Departments, initiatives are organized aimed at encouraging meetings with professionals and recruiters, such as company presentations and Career Days for the selection of candidates, also with the aim of strengthening the network between the University and Enterprises and encourage the work entry of Sapienza students/graduates.

The services offered to undergraduates and graduates of the degree course are advertised on the university portal at the page dedicated to Career Service.

Coordinator for Students with Physical or Learning Disabilities

The Coordinator for people with disabilities and specific learning disorders (SLD) is an indispensable figure involved in communication between students with difficulties enrolled at the Faculty and is a link also with the numerous structures and bodies of the University. The Coordinator connects students and teachers, collaborates with the Rector Delegate for students with disabilities and with SLD, participates in the solution of particular problems related mainly to teaching, and provides advice for those in difficulty regarding which competent structures they need. All this aims to facilitate social inclusion, one of the priorities of our University.

For the Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine, the coordinator is Prof. Maria Ciardi (maria.ciardi@uniroma1.it).

The Disabled Students Help Office

There is also a "Disabled Students Help Office" coordinated by the Sector for relations with disabled students and students with SLD, which is responsible for providing the necessary support for the teaching activities for students with disabilities and with specific learning disorders.

For more information, visit the page Physical and Learning Disabilities on the University website.

Sapienza offers students, teachers, researchers and the entire scientific community a wide range of services provided by the 55 libraries of its library system.

At the libraries, it is possible to take books for consultation or on loan. If a text is not present in the University Catalogue, it can be borrowed from other Italian and foreign libraries through the interlibrary loan service.

For a complete list of the "Sapienza" University libraries, the services offered and opening hours, you can consult the web page https://www.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/sapienza-library-system  and the Library Portal at the address https://web.uniroma1.it/sbs/en.

Some examples:

"Giordano Giacomello" Library

Address                               University Town Hall, Pharmaceutical Chemistry Building CU019, 1st floor

Places                                   reading places 85, internet stations 2, Wifi

Opening hours                   Monday-Friday 08: 30-18: 30 hours

Services                               Library with specialist texts in Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology.

Website                               https://web.uniroma1.it/dip_ctf/strutture/biblioteca-giordano-giacomello 

 

Library of Biochemical Sciences Department "A. Rossi Fanelli "

Address                               University Town Hall, Building of Human Physiology-Biological Chemistry CU027, 2nd floor

Places                                   reading stations 34, pc stations 10

Opening hours                   Monday-Thursday 07: 30-19: 30 hours, Friday 7:45-13:00 hours

Services                               Library with specialized texts of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology

Website                                http://dsb.uniroma1.it/archivionotizie/biblioteche

Classrooms

The classrooms used for course teaching are located in different buildings within the university campus. The following is a list divided according to departments.

 

Department of Chemistry and Technology of Drugs

 

• Building CU019 (Pharmaceutical Chemistry Building): 

 

CLASSROOM

BUILDING

FLOOR

PLACES

EQUIPMENT

ACCESSIBILITy

Aula Magna "Fulvio Cacace"

CU019

200

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

Aula A "Raffaele Giuliano"

CU019

Ground floor

100

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

Aula B

CU019

Ground floor

40

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

Aula C "Vincenzo Carelli"

CU019

48

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

Aula D

CU019

20

pc, video projector

Yes

 
  • Building CU034: 

CLASSROOM

BUILDING

FLOOR

PLACES

EQUIPMENT

ACCESSIBILITy

Aula III ex Ingegneria

CU034

Ground floor

140

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

 
  • • Building CU018 (Tecce Educational Complex):

CLASSROOM

BUILDING

FLOOR

PLACES

EQUIPMENT

ACCESSIBILITy

Aula A

CU018

Ground floor

84

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

Aula B

CU018

Ground floor

60

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

Aula C

CU018

Ground floor

25

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

Aula D

CU018

114

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

 

Department of Physiology and Pharmacology "Vittorio Erspamer"

 
  • Building CU024:

CLASSROOM

BUILDING

FLOOR

PLACES

EQUIPMENT

ACCESSIBILITy

Aula B

CU024

-1

90

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

No

Aula C1

CU024

-1

70

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

 

Department of Biochemical Sciences "Alessandro Rossi Fanelli"

  • Building CU010: 

CLASSROOM

BUILDING

FLOOR

PLACES

EQUIPMENT

ACCESSIBILITy

B

CU010

100

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, wifi

Yes

 

Department of Anatomical, Histological, Medico-Legal and Locomotor Systems Sciences

  • Edificio CU023:

CLASSROOM

BUILDING

FLOOR

PLACES

EQUIPMENT

ACCESSIBILITy

C of Legal Medicine

CU23

Ground floor

70

Traditional blackboard, overhead projector, video projector, Internet connection

Yes

 

Laboratories

The following is a list of laboratories where the didactic exercises are carried out:

  • Drug Analysis Laboratory (exercises in Chemical Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Analysis I). Building CU019, 1st floor, maximum capacity 50 places, accessibility: yes;
  • Laboratory of Analysis of Medicinal Products II (exercises in Chemical Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Analysis II). Building CU019, 1st floor, maximum capacity 50 places, accessibility: yes;
  • "Sandro Montanini" Drug Analysis Laboratory (exercises in Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Analysis III). Building CU019, 1st floor, maximum capacity 50 places, accessibility: yes;
  • Technique and Legislation Laboratory (Pharmaceutical Technology and Legislation exercises). Building CU020, 2nd floor, maximum capacity 55 places, accessibility: yes.

Study rooms

Auletta study

Location: Building CU019, 2nd floor.

N. of stations: 15

Equipment: wifi

Accessibility: yes

 

Since April 2015, there are also active reading rooms accessible 24 hours a day, whose stations are equipped with wifi and electrical sockets for the use of personal devices. For information regarding the location, opening hours and access methods, see the following link: https://www.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/24h-reading-rooms

To find the location of the various buildings, consult the university city map (pdf)