The first Italian Ecole 42 could only be in the city of Rome, the beating heart of Italian technological innovation. Even if riddled with the typical difficulties of a big and complex capital, Rome is moving along the path designed by research and innovation, digital transformation and economic growth.


Students, teachers, researchers, companies and, more in general, all key players involved with technologies, are well aware of that.Besides, in the shadow of the Colosseum, there are branches of ICT multinational firms, such as Microsoft, IBM and Oracle. The city is also permeated by high-tech specialized SMEs and a universe of continuously growing startups.

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The building is accessible 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, also during weekends and holidays, allowing students to be trained any time they want.
There are no traditional classrooms on campus, but areas with computers and shared spaces facilitating exchanges of information and ideas.