The establishment that we call University today began to evolve in Bologna in the late 11th century, when masters of grammar, rhetoric and logic began to devote themselves to law. 1088 is considered the date in which free teaching began in Bologna, independently from the ecclesiastic schools.
You can choose from over 200 degree programmes, including 58 international programmes and 33 delivered in the English language. You can study in Bologna or one of the other campuses in Cesena, Forlì, Ravenna and Rimini. And after graduation? There are lots of opportunities to specialise and come into contact with the world of work.
For the Alma Mater, research is a central pillar and a fundamental lever for competition and employment, as demonstrated by its widespread commitment to a range of initiatives and activities. Within Europe, the University of Bologna stands out for the wealth of skills and its systematic policies of services supporting researchers and their achievement of important goals. Here below is a list of some of the projects and initiatives involving the University of Bologna.Projects
Internships and Job Placement
Study grants and subsidies
University halls of residence, information services and and accommodation options for students coming from abroad.
Health and Assistance
The University of Bologna has a Multicampus structure, ensuring the opportunity to learn and promoting stable research activities throughout the region, aiming to improve the operations and quality of life for the university community.
Centers and systems:
Exhibitions, concerts, Master lessons, conferences, art, music, cinema, dance and theatre shows, poetic initiatives and popular science: Alma Mater Studiorum presents to all the students useful links to live the city at its best.
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