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Rome has an extensive public transport network, including reliable bus services and two metro lines – A (red) and B (blue), making getting around easy. Public transport tickets can be used interchangeably on buses and subways; some tickets also include train travel.
The majority of the city’s public transport is operated by Atac – visit their website to find out more about getting around Rome.
Housing & Utilities
When you join the LUISS Business School MBA programme, it can be helpful to have an idea of average expenses. Start making plans for your time in Rome with our concise guide to housing, utilities, transport, food and leisure expenses.
Housing and utilities
The cost of your accommodation will depend on the size of the property you plan to rent and its location. The business school is located in the city centre. Rent is usually paid on a monthly basis and bills are shared between housemates.
Basic housing and utility costs amount to an average of €700 per person, per month.
Average monthly costs for food and household items are between €80 and €100 per person
Visit Rome’s public transport website for timetables and more information about local transport.
International students are advised to purchase a prepaid Italian SIM card for around €10 – there is no monthly fee and no need for a contract. The main mobile operators in Italy are TIM, Wind, Vodafone and 3.
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