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The University of Verona (Italian: Università degli Studi di Verona) is a university located in Verona, Italy. It was founded in 1982 and is organized in 12 Departments. According to business newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, it is ranked as the best non-private university in Italy in 2014, 2015 and 2016. A forward-thinking institution which continuously seeks to strengthen the link between its degree courses and the real world of work, the university’s main objective for the near future is to become progressively more welcoming and adapted to student needs.

The University organises and promotes meetings, conferences, shows, and events open to the city to disseminate scientific research even among non-experts and thus sharing knowledge, in a constant and fruitful dialogue with the city's institutions and the local cultural and social organisations. The term ‘public engagement’ is used to describe this set of non-profit activities, aimed at achieving educational, cultural, and societal development, carried out for the benefit of a wide range of audiences other than students, academics, or business representatives.

UNIVR supports collaborations with companies by making university resources such as new technologies, research staff and facilities available for use in projects. We connect job seekers and job offers, putting companies in touch with young graduates through internships, work placements and graduate jobs.

The University provides opportunities to learn more about the historical events that marked the 20th century. Lecturers, experts, and eyewitnesses give the public the opportunity to analyse the most important events in contemporary history. Every year MemoriaMemorie offers a dedicated programme of events and activities, especially for the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The initiative also featured, from 2015 to 2018, a series of events to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.  

Thanks to the precious support and strict collaboration of the main public and private governmental institutional representatives, both regional and local, and thanks to the support of its expert teachers, Verona University has grown over the years to have the fifteen departments it has today. Under the encouragement of recent reforms on didactics, Verona University now proposes numerous, innovative degree courses to offer students a wide and specific range of study choices, in time with change, but always careful to keep up the quality of teaching.

From a location point of view, Verona University has two important poles: Veronetta, where the humanistic departments are to be found and Borgo Roma, the site of the Medicine and Science departments, besides the many other locations spread throughout the territory: Legnago (VR), Vicenza, Bolzano, Trento and Rovereto.

  • Department of Business Administration

  • Department of Biotechnology

  • Department of Computer Science

  • Department of Human Sciences

  • Department of Economic Sciences

  • School of Medicine and Surgery

  • Department of Culture and Civilization

  • Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

  • Department of Legal Sciences

  • Department of Neuroscience, Biomedicine and Movement

In Verona, at the beginning of the 1950s, a group of Catholic intellectuals established the "Ludovico Antonio Muratori" Free High School of Historical Science, together with the magazine Nova Historia.It was from this group of scholars that the idea of building a university in Verona was created. The idea took shape in February 1959 when the then-mayor, Prof. Giorgio Zanotto, placed as the order of the day during a session of the Municipal Council "the institution in Verona of a University Faculty of Economics and Commerce".

The Provincial Administration and Chamber of Commerce were in ready agreement. Thus they created the Free Faculty of Economics and Commerce and the Consortium for university studies to manage it. In the summer of 1959 the project began, the location in Palazzo Giuliari was decided, donated by Countess Giuliari Tusini and which is now home to the Chancellor's office. Enrolments began and on 1 November of the same year, the inauguration ceremony of the new Faculty was held.

But the lack of government recognition hindered everyone's expectations, both of the Veronese public bodies and the students themselves. The city authorities immediately joined together to find a solution and in 1963 Padua University recognised the Faculty of Economics and Commerce as part of its own Faculty with a branch in Verona. In July 1963 the first thesis of the first graduate of the new Veronese faculty was examined.

Shortly after Padua decided to transfer the Medical and Surgical and Legal sections to Verona, which has now become Arts and Philosophy.The project that gave rise to the history of Verona University was finally and definitively achieved in 1982, when the governmental authorities gave Verona the autonomy and status of its university.

Pre-enrolment

Citizens of non-European Union countries who have a current, valid Italian study permit and were previously enrolled in a degree or postgraduate degree programme at an Italian university participate in the admission tests for degree and postgraduate degree programmes under the same terms and conditions as European Union nationals, and are grouped together in the same ranking list (MIUR bill 26/03/2014).

Non-EU citizens living abroad cannot apply directly to the University of Verona to enrol in any type of degree programme, but must do so through the Italian diplomatic authority (Embassy or Consulate) in their country of residence.
Every year from end of February – beginning of July, candidates may submit their application for pre-enrolment to the relevant Italian Embassy or Consulate, indicating one single programme and one single university they are interested in.

Generally, each course has a set number of places reserved for non-EU citizens residingabroad. The Italian diplomatic authority will email their list of candidates to each relevant university according to the timeframe indicated by the Ministry, after which all documents that were submitted will be returned and each candidate will be provided with information regarding the admissiontests.

The visa required to enter Italy for study purposes (“Immatricolazione Università”) can be issued only by the candidate’s local Italian Embassy or Consulate.

In order to obtain this study visa, all the necessary documents must be submitted to the Italian diplomatic authority. Tourist visas are not accepted for university enrolment procedures.

Enrolment

Enrolment in an undergraduate degree programme, postgraduate degree or combined undergraduate and postgraduate degree programme is open to all candidates, regardless of their nationality. In cases of dual citizenship, the Italian one prevails (law of 31 May 1995, n. 218 art. 19).

Non-EU candidates living abroad must sit an Italian language test (taking place every year at the very end of August or at the beginning of September) plus the admission test for their pre-chosen degree programme (if requested). They will be graded for a place within the quota reserved for non- EU citizens residing abroad. Once the candidate has passed the admission tests, providing all other requirements have been fulfilled, it will then be possible to proceed with the enrolment.

Students who do no obtain one of reserved international places in the quota of their chosen course may ask to reapply at another site in another university, providing they pass the requiredtests.
The complete, updated regulations are available on the MIUR website.

Documents to attach to the enrolment application for Undergraduate programmes

  • Secondary school graduation diploma which permits subsequent access to university studies. This diploma must be officially translated into Italian and certified by the Italian Embassy of the country in which it was awarded.
  • Declaration of value of the school graduation diploma, which specifically states that the certificate was awarded after at least 12 years of schooling. This declaration must be issued by the Italian Embassy of the country in which it was awarded.
  • Certificate attesting that the applicant passed any academic exams as required by the country in which the diploma was awarded.
  • Photocopy of current, valid Italian residence permit (or photocopy of receipt of the request for a resident permit)
  • Identity document
  • Photocopy of receipt of the first payment of university fees

Documents to attach to the enrolment application for Master Courses

  • Secondary school graduation diploma and university degree certificate which permits subsequent access to university studies at the next level. The school graduation diploma must have been awarded after at least 12 years of academic study. These certificates must be officially translated into Italian and certified by the Italian Embassy of the country in which they were awarded.
  • Declaration of value of both certificates.
  • List of all university exams taken, in original form (on the official university letterhead), officially translated into Italian and certified by the Italian Embassy of the country in which the degree was awarded.
  • Syllabus details of the exams taken, officially translated into Italian
  • Photocopy of current, valid Italian residence permit (or photocopy of receipt of the request for a resident permit)
  • Identity document
  • Photocopy of receipt of the first payment of university fees

University of Verona is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the small city of Verona , Veneto. This institution has also branch campuses in the following location(s): Vicenza. Officially accredited and/or recognized by the Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, Italia (Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, Italy), Università degli Studi di Verona (UNIVR) is a large coeducational higher education institution. Università degli Studi di Verona (UNIVR) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor degrees in several areas of study.  International applicants are eligible to apply for enrollment.

The formal system for accreditation of State University programs in Italy began in 1933. This law accredits a set of Universities, faculties, and courses. It involves two separate but correlated programs that were instituted at the same time: First, each University went through a four-step process to adopt and approve its own Regolamenti Didattici di Ateneo (RDA). The RDA establishes the rules for the organisation of teaching at the university, including establishing the requirements and objectives of each degree program, the curricula, credits awarded and requirements and objectives of examinations.

The RDA's were developed in consultation with representatives of the individual university, the regional coordinating committee (CRC), employers and the National University Council and are ultimately approved by the Ministry of Education (MIUR). Second, a series of formal, objective standards was adopted as minimum requirements for approval of any programs.

Accommodation

Italian universities do not generally have a campus system. International students in Verona can find accommodation in student residences, or share a private flat with other students.

Support services

Accompaniment, specialised tutoring, administrative support and alternative teaching materials. Since 2001, the University of Verona has had a specific mission to include and support students with disabilities. Discover the things we do to remove obstacles for students with different abilities.

Computer Science museum

The Museum represents the Computer Science Department's commitment to preserving the memory of the evolution of automatic computation and the machines that characterised it, as well as looking towards the future by sharing historical results in technology research and scientists' lives with the next generations.

UniVerò

An initiative for young graduates to explore career opportunities. A programme of conferences, events, interviews and experiences, including meeting human resources managers from top Italian and foreign companies. The fair includes guidance for effective job searching, in-depth workshops about professions and about self-employment, company presentations and testimonials from large and small companies. You can leave your CV on recruiting day, and there is also open day for the university’s postgraduate and advanced courses.

Sport activities

Physical activity has well-known benefits for the body and mind. That’s why our university has agreements with local sports centres. We also offer fitness programmes at discounted prices for university students and staff.

Library

The system is divided into two central libraries: the Arturo Frinzi library of the humanistic, economic and legal pole and the Egidio Meneghetti Library of the medical, scientific and technological pole.

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