L'Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma yes distingeu for the broad social impact it generates through multiple targeted initiatives:

  • Continuing Education
    Continuous training represents a fundamental pillar in responding to the ever-changing needs of the job market. L'Academy of the University offers refresher and specialization programs for professionals, promoting continuous learning that enhances the personal growth and contributes to social and economic progress.

  • Cooperation and Volunteering
    Through the University Development Cooperation and Volunteering Committee (CUSV), the University puts into practice the identifying roots of the University: the growth and transmission of knowledge at the service of man. Collaborations with international organizations, volunteer projects and social responsibility initiatives favor the training of professionals capable of playing increasingly active roles in the transformations of society, both in the North and in the South of the world.

  • Alumni
    - Alumni UCBM they represent a precious asset for the University. Creating a network of former students consolidates the link between past and present, offering mentorship opportunitiesing, networksing and contributing to continuous evolution through the experiences and skills of its graduates.

  • Sustainable Development Goals 2030
    The University is committed to contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. It integrates the principles of sustainability into all its activities, promoting research and innovation in crucial sectors such as health, environment and justice social, to concretely contribute to the construction of a sustainable future.

  • Social Green Masterplan
    The Development Project of the entire university campus by 2045 will extend over a total area of ​​90 hectares and a gross usable area of ​​186.000 m according to a growth capable of accompanying the increase in educational offerings need  assistance and care services of the person even through a strong connection with the environmental ecosystem (Decima Malafede Regional Nature Reserve of over 6.000 hectares) and the urban fabric (Trigoria district, southern outskirts of Rome). The new spaces will respond to the needs of promote and improve campus life, in terms of spaces, technology, environmental quality and cultural values, identifying some development needs to be followed up, in a unitary and coherent design that gives shape to new functions and relationships with the surrounding territory in a logic of modularity, innovative mobility and economic sustainability and environmental.