Touro University Rome

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Touro University Rome
Motto Educating to Lead, to Serve and to Teach
Established 2006
Type Private
Endowment $ not available
Rector Shalom Bahbout
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Students not available
Location Zagarolo, Lazio, Italy
Campus Suburb
Affiliations Touro College-New York City
Website [1]

Touro University Rome is an undergraduate university and an international branch of the Jewish-sponsored Touro College system founded by Dr. Bernard Lander. [1] Touro University Rome offers a 120 credit Bachelor of Business Administration and Management degree with classes given in English. The university is located in Zagarolo (Rome), Italy.

Institutional accreditation of Touro has been granted by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.[2] The Middle States Association has recognized Touro University Rome as a Touro College branch campus.


Touro University Rome's classes are held at the historic sixteenth century Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi.

The university began its first semester of the School of Business and Management in Fall 2008.


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