Your Erasmus subject area Coordinator is the first person for you to contact. However, he/she may not be able to answer all your queries concerning your study programme. Contents of specific courses, professors' office hours, etc. might also be initially hard to get. Do not panic!
Remember that one of the tasks of the European Student Mobility Office is to assist you in this initial phase by advising you where and when to go and whom to see, and that the Erasmus Institutional Co-ordinator is available to meet you on appointment.
Erasmus students come with different study projects at Roma Tre. Some are required to take examinations, some must simply write final papers, others do thesis research. Those who must take courses with final examinations often expect courses to have the same title/content as the ones they would take at home. This is not always realistic. Be patient: you may have to consult with several professors but you will certainly come up with a list of courses to fulfil your home university requirements.
For more information about course catalogue we suggest students to check the web page
Courses in English: http://www.uniroma3.it/page.php?page=Courses_h
Departments at Roma Tre: http://www.uniroma3.it/page.php?page=Dipartime
Link to Departments:
MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS