Marconi University

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Coordinates: 41°54′46″N 12°23′36″E / 41.91278°N 12.39333°E / 41.91278; 12.39333

Marconi University
Università Telematica Gugliemo Marconi
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Motto Verso il futuro... LiberaMente!
Type Private
Established 1 March 2004
Rector Prof. Alessandra Briganti
Students 15,308 (a.a. 2011/2012)[1]
Location Rome,  Italy
Affiliations GUIDE
Website www.unimarconi.it/

The Marconi University (Italian: Università Telematica Guglielmo Marconi), acronym USGM, often simply abbreviated as "Unimarconi" is a private open university in Rome.

History[edit]

Unimarconi is an independent open university set up by a consortium of private and public companies, founded in 2004 in Rome, Italy, formerly approved by Ministerial Decree on March 1st, 2004.

Method of Study[edit]

Provides e-learning courses. In addition, students can access front lessons at the main site of Via Paolo Emilio in Rome. Students can discuss with teachers and tutors that are given for each exam. Tests are scheduled almost every month during the year, also in many minor sites owned by the University or in partner locations, under strict control of special tutors which are employed by the University. Exams can be held in a traditional written or oral way; in some cases professors can use remote sessions to examine the student.

Faculties[edit]

Marconi University, Building Via Paolo Emilio

These are the 6 faculties in which the university is structured:

  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Political Science
  • Faculty of Letters
  • Faculty of Educational Science
  • Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technologies

Library[edit]

Unimarconi provides a library in both physical and electronic format. Students can therefore access the online library at any time and from anywhere.

Rectors[edit]

The Rector is the highest academic authority.

Notable professors[edit]

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