Sapienza University of Rome
Sapienza University of Rome is the oldest universities in Europe as it was founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII. Many notable people have studied at Sapienza University, including politicians, Nobel laureates, scientists and artists. Alumni include Enrico Fermi, who played a key role in the development of the atomic bomb, and the renowned film director Bernardo Bertolucci.
Faculty of Information Engineering, Informatics, and Statistics at Sapienza University of Rome is home to over 250 professors and more than 8'000 students, it stands as one of Italy's largest academic institutions for research, engineering, and scientific education, with a particular focus on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
Level of Studies
#71 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023: Computer Science and Information Systems
#134 QS World University Rankings 2024
#181 THE (Times Higher Education) World University Rankings 2024