Italy

Number of institutions: 241
    • Camerino

    Founded in 1336, the University of Camerino is one of the most ancient universities in the world. Currently it enrolls about 8,000 students, catered by over 600 professors, instructors and staff.

    • Perugia

    The University of Perugia was founded in 1308. In that year, Pope Clement V issued a bill entitled Super specula, which granted the Studium of the city the authority to engage in higher education.

    • Rome
    • Milan

    Accademia Costume & Moda offers courses legally recognised by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research under the body that rules Artistic Higher Education. Culture, Design and Craftmanship linked to a laboratorial approach are the key points of the School’s educational mission. The objective is to help the students start their careers, supporting them in the process of recognising and consolidating their creative identity.

    • London
    • Rome
    • Milan
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    The European School of Economics (ESE) is a private College of Higher Education without borders, multicultural and pragmatic, fully accredited in the UK and in the order of listed bodies.

    • Milan

    POLI.design is a non-profit consortium company founded by Politecnico di Milano and through it accesses the large pool of multidisciplinary skills present in the first and most important Italian technical university.

    • Rome
    • Spain Online
    • Mexico Online
    • + 3 more

    Unitelma Sapienza is the only on-line Italian university that is maintained by a consortium composed of public enterprise and directly linked to the best Italian public university: the University of Rome "La Sapienza", with 130,000 students and a staff of 4,000 teachers and researchers.

    • Genoa
    • Varazze
    • La Spezia

    The University of Genoa offers a wide range of opportunities to international students, who choose to attend a degree course, a PhD or decide to take part in the Erasmus+ programme.

    • Milan

    The University of Milan is a public teaching and research university, which - with 8 faculties and 2 schools and a teaching staff of more than 2000 professors - is distinguished by its wide variety of disciplinary fields.

    • Milan

    UET – The European University for Tourism was founded in 1993 with the aim of training professionals in the tourism sector. The Tourism sector, more likely to sudden changes than any other sector, is in great need of highly specialized professionals who are used to dealing within an international context.

    • Trieste

    All the scientific work carried out by SISSA researchers is published regularly in leading international journals with a high impact factor, and frequently in the most prestigious scientific journals such as Nature and Science. The School has also drawn up over 150 collaboration agreements with the world's leading schools and research institutes.

    • Caserta
    • Aversa
    • Naples
    • + 7 more

    The University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" was established in 1991 (Decree MURST, 25 March) with the aim of relieving the overcrowded conditions of the major Neapolitan university known as the “Federico II”.