Study in Italy has played an important role in European higher education: it is one of the four countries that first engaged to create the so-called “European Area of Higher Education” (Sorbonne Declaration, May 1998), thus starting that type of higher education reform which, known as “Bologna Process"
Italy has many oldest continually operating universities in the world. University of Bologna is believed to establish in 1088. Italy has 15 universities ranked among world top 500 in the latest rankings by QS 2015
58 State universities. 17 non-State universities (legally recognized by the State). 2 Universities for foreigners. 6 Higher schools specialized in postgraduate university studies. 6 Telemetric universities
The academic year in Italy is made up of two semesters. The first semester starts in September/October and ends in January/February. The second semester starts in February and ends in July. The actual start and finish dates will vary in the different universities but each semester lasts around 20 weeks and is made up of a teaching period lasting around 14 weeks and an exam period lasting around 6 weeks.
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