The University of Genoa is one of the most valuable cultural and scientific heritage of the Mediterranean and the Italian north-western area. It is deeply interconnected with the city of Genoa and its economic framework.
The University of Genoa offers over 120 degree courses in 11 fields of study distributed over 6 different cities. Many courses and teaching units are taught in foreign language, mainly in English.
The University of Genoa offers careers services and employment opportunities to students and graduates by organising guidance meetings, job interviews, traineeships, career days and job matching services.
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The University of Genoa offers international students a wide range of welcoming activities.
The average price for a single room ranges between 300 and 350 € per month, depending on the district and on the level of comfort required (restored apartment, internet, wi-fi, lift, terrace); the average price for a double room is 250-300 € per person per month. The price of an entire flat ranges between 500 and 700 € per month.
The University Library System (SBA) manages the library's heritage and offers high-quality services aimed at fostering the knowledge sharing.
EU students come to Italy with their European Health Service card issued in their country of residence. If they need to undertake medical examinations, they can address any general practitioner free of charge.
The University is located throughout the region, with campuses also in Savona, Imperia and La Spezia.
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My university is not so good at languages and it's totally disorganised.
My overall experience can be considered satisfying: lectures are competent people, open to further teacher-student interactions. My only critic is against the study plan. From the moment that I study "Languages for international communication" I would have liked a programme more focused on communication (e.g. interactions between different cultures, people and...
My university is one of the best Italian universities in different fields specially in Engineering, I study in the department of telecommunication with the best professors