• Topic 2018: RETHINKING THE FUTURE

    The youth glimpses the world in its greatness and imperfections. In the university, a student encounters both wonder and dissatisfaction. One feels a desire for change, along with a certain insecurity one never knows whether one's efforts will be successful. It is now that the university student confronts himself with the hardest questions to answer: Where do I come from? Where am I going? What do I want to do? It is allowing yourself to be moved, recognizing the thrill of taking the reins, dealing with the shattering experience of pain, being overcome by the desire to seize the moment....

  • UNIV: The Search of Great Horizons

    UNIV began in 1968 with this objective: to annually offer a profound experience to roughly 3000 young people. Youthful and international, each year UNIV draws thousands of university students from the five continents to Rome. They come to expand their horizons, exchange ideas and constructively reflect on the most important issues for today’s youth and society....

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UNIVTube winner: La víspera del gozo

“A picture is worth a thousand words”, and the second edition of UNIVTube helped us to realize that powerful messages can be spread through videos. This year we received more t...

This Will Revolutionize Education

Many technologies have promised to revolutionize education, but so far none has. With that in mind, what could revolutionize education?...

Using our practical wisdom

In an intimate talk, Barry Schwartz dives into the question “How do we do the right thing?” With help from collaborator Kenneth Sharpe, he shares stories that illustrat...

The Psychology of Social Media

Author: Yolanda Wikiel. Source: Real Simple. What is it about screens that keeps our eyes transfixed and fingers a-tappin’? Psychologist Sherry Turkle, a professor at the Massac...

UNIV ``CON``

UNIV encourages university students to know and participate in projects and social iniciatives that have a deep social impact, and that have a common desire to promote and serve the human person.