La Sapienza University of Rome , Italy
Sapienza University, which was founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII in Rome, is one of the oldest universities in the world and a top performer in international university rankings.
The 115,000 students enrolled at Sapienza can choose from over 250 degree programmes (Bachelors, Masters and PhDs) and 200 specialisation courses, while the “Scuola Superiore di Studi Avanzati” runs honours programmes and free tuition for its best students. Sapienza has 11 Faculties, 63 Departments and various research centres that drive high levels of excellence in archaeology, physics and astrophysics, as well as humanities and cultural heritage, environmental studies, nano technology, cellular and gene therapy, design and aerospace.
Postgraduate School of Architectural Heritage and the Landscape for the study and restoration of monuments.
Director : Prof.Daniela Esposito
The school aims to give specific training in historical-critical, technical and professional, supplementary and higher education, and to achieve a broader and more widespread knowledge of the methods and operational techniques for the protection, conservation and restoration of the architectural and environmental heritage.