Each year, the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum welcomes more than 1.200 students, both lay and religious, from all over the world. All of this is made possible thanks to an educational offer that includes both university courses of various kinds and differentiated programs for permanent or advanced training.

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How to register

Enrolment follows the same procedure for Baccalaureate, Licentiate and Doctorate as for Masters, Diplomas and other courses.

If you would like all the information on the registration process, please visit the dedicated section.Ā Ā 

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How to obtain a visa

Students from non-Schengen countries must apply to the Italian Embassy/Consulate in their own country to obtain an entry visa for study purposes.

Pursuant to the instructions of the Department for Culture and Education and the Vatican Secretariat of State, the applicant must complete the documents required to apply for an entry visa by affixing the stamp of the Secretariat of State.

Where to stay

For all Italian and international students, it is possible to stay at the PontificalĀ Maria Mater Ecclesiae International College, a centre for priestly training in Rome just 10 minutes from the Pontifical Ateneo Regina Apostolorum.

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Study Support

Study grants are instruments serving the mission of the Pontifical Ateneo Regina Apostolorum and are always allocated with a view to fostering the evangelical cultural development of our students.

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Academic fees

Each cycle and study programme has a schedule of fees that must be met in order to settle the balance in order to receive education at the university.Ā 


Recognition of degrees

APRA is a higher education institution canonically established and approved by the Apostolic See, with the right to confer academic degrees by authority of the Holy See, which has adhered to the European treaties concerning the European Higher Education Area and the Bologna Process.Ā 


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