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Free University of Bozen-Bolzano  
The Free University of Bozen – Bolzano was founded on the 31st of October 1997 as a free, state-recognized university. It incorporates: School of Economics and Management Faculty of Education Faculty of Computer Science Faculty of Design and Art Faculty of Technology and Natural Sciences

Venice International University  
Venice International University is an international center of higher education and research which was founded in 1995. On its campus on the Island of San Servolo in Venice, Italy, a community of international professors, researchers and students come together in a young and dynamic environment where they engage in topics common to the undergraduate, graduate and research programs.

Abdus Salam international centre for theoretical physics  
Founded in 1964 by Abdus Salam (Nobel Laureate), the Centre operates under a tripartite agreement among the Italian Government and two United Nations Agencies, UNESCO and IAEA. Its mission is to foster advanced studies and research, especially in developing countries. While the name of the Centre reflects its beginnings, its activities today encompass most areas of physical sciences including applications

Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome  
Founded in Rome in 1991, by decree of the Italian Ministry for University and Research. - 2 Faculties: Medicine and Biomedical Engineering - 26 postgraduate medical schools of specialization - PhDs in Neuroscience, Endocrinology, Experimental Oncology, Biomedical Engineering - School for Continuous Education - University Hospital (Teaching Hospital) - Interdisciplinary Research Centre

Yorker International University, Milano  
The Yorker International University, are at the very forefront of education, and are proud of our distance learning programs, we believe that learning is a process, not a place, it is something you do, not somewhere you go. Our students work as self- directed learners, with constant and individual tutoring from a faculty mentor, walking together along the path to graduation, both benefit from the continuity of that one- to- one educational partnership.university was determinate in terms of a central campus base institution, today rapid advances in technology and communication have change all that, the concept of the campus bound institution is no longer relevant for a large segment of the population.

Dutch University Institute for Art History (DUIA)  
The Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence, founded in 1958, forms part of Utrecht University and is administered by a group of six universities. The Institute promotes research on Italian art, on Dutch and Flemish art and artists in Italy and on the rich tradition of artistic exchange and mutual influence between Italy and the North. It provides scholars and students from the Netherlands and elsewhere with accommodation, research and publication opportunities and the use of its library in a city with extraordinary resources for art historical research and international academic training and exchange. In addition the Institute publishes scholarly works and organizes lectures, conferences and exhibitions.

European School of Economics  
The European School of Economics is a private college of higher education offering unique undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at its centres in London, New York, Rome, Milan and Lucca (Florence). The European School of Economics has prepared thousand of graduates for leadership positions in the key fields of international business such as finance, marketing, communications and management

European University Institute  
The European University Institute is under the threefold authority of the High Council, the President of the Institute and the Academic Council.

The University of Bologna was probably the first University in the western world. Its history is one of great thinkers in science and the humanities, making it an indispensable point of reference in the panorama of European culture.


University of Trento has always aimed at reaching and keeping high quality standards and over the years has also been able to create a solid policy basis, aimed at delivering high quality services to its students and the territory. The result is a wide range of excellent courses, supported by a high-level scientific research profile which even achieved important confirmations at international level. Being a relatively small University and thanks to the Opera Universitaria, the University of Trento offers its members a very attractive package of services. Another great strength of the University is its outstanding international character. Testifying to this are the many cooperation projects with foreign universities which open up many opportunities to study and work abroad and the community of foreign lecturers in Trento and the fruitful, continuous dialogue with the territory

Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center  
The Bologna Center of The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) is a leading U.S. graduate school of international relations located in Bologna, Italy that offers an interdisciplinary graduate program of study.

Villa I Tatti: The Harvard University Center for Italian  
The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies at Villa I Tatti is devoted to advanced study of the Italian Renaissance in all its aspects: the history of art; political, economic, and social history; the history of science, philosophy, and religion; and the history of literature and music.

The Politecnico di Torino is meeting the challenges of the new millenium with a new, more efficient organisation and improvements in teaching standards. Alongside this, more space will be dedicated to students; study rooms, canteens, park areas and sports facilities are planned. State of the art research facilities will soon be available. With these plans for expansion, the Politecnico area is to be increased by an area of 170,000 square metres, (50,000 by the year 2006) in an area next to the corso Duca degli Abruzzi building complex in Turin.

University of Milano - Bicocca  
The University of Milano - Bicocca was conceived as an open campus with wide spaces at its disposal in the international city of Milan. The "Bicocca", as it is commonly known, is a university that strongly believes in the potential of its students and in combining their studies with an active social life

The Politecnico di Milano is a science and technology university producing engineers, architects and industrial designers through a variety of innovative specialising courses, with great attention being devoted to all sides of education. The Politecnico di Milano has always been based on quality and innovation in teaching and research, resulting in a prolific relationship with the economic and manufacturing worlds through experimental research and the transfer of technology.


Syracuse University, Florence  
Florence is a city that lives fully in both its past and its present – a city where different time periods intermingle and overlap, creating a unique and very special place. Walking down narrow roman streets which open onto large public squares filled with both modern and traditional stores, you will quickly gain a sense of the layering of centuries that characterizes this city of splendour.

Department of Mathematics - University of Turin  
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Turin was formed in 1982/1983, when the former Institutes of Geometry and Algebra, Mathematical Analysis, Numerical Analysis and Computing, Mathematical Logic, History and Didactics, and Mathematical Library, merged together. In 1997, the Institute of Mathematical Physics J.L. Lagrange also joined the Department. The mission statement of the Department is to foster research and teaching in Mathematics and Mathematics-related fields.

String Theory Group at the University of Turin  
At the Department of Theoretical Physics of Turin University, and with support also from the INFN - section of Turin, a group of researchers works in the area of String Theory, Supergravity and non-perturbative Gauge Theories.

Department of Computer Science, University of Bologna  
The Department of Computer Science, currently directed by Prof. Fabio Panzieri, was founded in 1994 with the aim to promote and develop the research activity in the field of computer sciences and technologies.

Our institution is one of the oldest universities in Europe and the oldest one in Lombardy. Since its foundation in 1361 it has been a good place to study for both Italian and foreign students.Each year, thousands of students can appreciate the multidisciplinary vocation of our University and the hospitality of its campus, really unique in Italy for the possibility it offers of living and studying in a lively, intellectually challenging environment.

The European University Institute (EUI) was set up in 1972 by the six founding Member States of the European Communities to provide advanced academic training to PhD students and to promote research at the highest level, and opened its doors to the first research students in 1976.It carries out research in a European perspective (basic research, comparative research and Community research) in history, law, economics, political and social science.

Welcome to you all who have decided to come to live and study in the Campus of the University of Milano – Bicocca, Italy. Ours is a young, dynamic and multidisciplinary university, which in ten years has created an extensive network of relationships and collaborations with many world-famous universities, research centers and top corporations. We are offering courses – Bachelors, Masters, PhD - that will prepare you to brave the challenges of a complex and changing world. Students, researchers and professors come together with their ideas, enthusiasm, and talents, to invent a brighter future.

Postgraduate training and leading-edge research in various areas of Physics, Mathematics, and Neurosciences are the objectives of SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies of Trieste. SISSA was the first Italian university to offer the PhD degree, and has continued to do so with notable success. Since its founding in 1978, SISSA has prepared more than 500 young people for careers in research and teaching: today SISSA represents one of the leading scientific institutions in Italy and a noted center on the international stage.

The Studium Generalis Kalaritanum was founded in 1606 along the lines of the old Spanish Universities of Salamanca, Valladolid and Lérida. It originally offered Law, Latin, Greek and Hebrew Literature, the Liberal Arts, Medicine, Surgery, Philosophy and Science. When Sardinia passed under the House of Savoy government in the 18th century, the statute of the University was significantly modified, with the expansion of the science faculties and institutes. Designed by the Piedmontese engineer Saverio Belgrano di Famolasco, the new University building was completed at the end of the 18th century. Today it hosts the Rectorate and the administrative offices. The 19th and 20th centuries saw more and more emphasis placed on research activities, with the achievement of important, internationally acclaimed results, especially in the fields of Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Archaeology. In the 20th century, problems arising from severe damage to University buildings during the Second World War had to be dealt with, and reconstruction is only just now approaching its final phase. At the end of the 1960s ambitious plans were advanced for Anglo-Saxon types of residential university structures in a single body.

The Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, a university center for teaching and research, is based on a model which shaped European educational history. Founded by Napoleon in 1810 as a branch of the Ecole Normale Superieure Paris, it has been educating students and carrying out research for nearly two centuries. These activities make it a point of reference at both the national and international levels.Professors, researchers and students all work together as one, teaching and studying, in classrooms as in laboratories, developing cultural activities and experimental initiatives

The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia is one of the few examples of Italian Universities organised according to a "location network" model. Its main feature therefore is that it is supported by a complementary and unitary development project as regards the management of the two distinct academic poles. Modena and Reggio Emilia did in fact begin boosting the potential of the University in 1998 and this has so far led to the creation of 8 faculties in Modena (Biosciences and biotechnologies, Economics, Pharmacy, Jurisprudence, Engineering, Letters and Philosophy, Medicine and Surgery, Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences) and 4 in Reggio Emilia (Agriculture, Engineering, Communication and Economic Sciences, Training Sciences).

If you wish to enrol on a university course and you are a citizen of: - a non-EU country with a valid residence permit in Italy for reasons of work, family, political asylum, humanitarian or religious reasons, or you have a secondary school qualification in Italy and hold a valid residence permit for at least one year

The University of Bergamo, founded in 1968, was originally named "The Institute of Foreign Languages and Literature". Under the Rector Serio Galeotti (1972-75), the degree course in Economics and business was introduced (1974), finally becoming a Faculty in 1988. During the Chancellorship of Giorgio Szëgo, characterized by the new Faculty of Economics, the University continued to expand, but it was the Rector Pietro Enrico Ferri in 1990 who introduced the Faculty of Engineering in Dalmine and accompanied the passing of the private Institute to the State under the new name of "Università degli Studi di Bergamo".

The University Iuav of Venice was founded as the Venice University Institute of Architecture and dates back to the foundation of the special course in architecture in 1923 at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Venice. In 1926 the Institute was established as “the Venice Higher Learning Institute of Architecture”, the second architecture school in Italy after that of Rome. Past Iuav directors have included: Giovanni Bordiga, Guido Cirilli, Giuseppe Samonà, Carlo Minelli, Carlo Scarpa, Carlo Aymonino, Valeriano Pastor, Paolo Ceccarelli. Since 1991 the University Iuav’s current chancellor has been Marino Follin.