Pontificia Università Gregoriana
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|Pontificia Università Gregoriana|
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|Address:||Piazza della Pilotta, 4|
Pontificia Università Gregoriana is a Jesuit higher education institution located in Italy in Rome. It was founded in 1551.
Pontifical Gregorian University is a pontifical university located in Rome, Italy. Heir of the Roman College founded by St Ignatius of Loyola over 450 years ago, the Gregorian University is one of the oldest universities in the world today and was the first Jesuit University. Containing faculties and institutes of various disciplines of the humanities, the Gregorian has one of the largest theology departments in the world.
Today, the university has about 3,000 students, from more than 130 countries. The majority of the students at the Gregorian are priests, seminarians, and members of religious orders. The majority of the professors are of the Jesuit order. However in recent years, there has been a higher representation of laity in both the faculty and student body.
Piazza della Pilotta, 4; 00187 Roma, Italy.