The University of Trento is one of the youngest Italian universities: founded in 1962 as a higher university institute for social sciences, it became the Faculty of Sociology with the aim of modernize a rather conservative and traditionalist society. In 1972 the Istituto Superiore di Scienze Sociali became the Libera Università degli Studi di Trento (a private university), which included a Faculty of Sociology, a Faculty of Sciences (awarding degrees in Mathematics and Physics), and a Faculty of Economics (awarding degrees in Political economics and Business studies).
The University of Trento offers a wide range of excellent undergraduate, graduate and PhD programmes: their quality is the result of recognized scientific achievements, international cooperative projects, and effective worldwide industrial cooperation. Most graduate and PhD programmes are completely held in English.
UniTrento aims at recruiting young, enthusiastic, qualified and dynamic researchers: these are the main features which form the basis to drive the research guidelines of its departments and centres, towards new and interesting research issues.
UniTrento supports its research structures in a continuative manner, spanning from the planning phase to the drafting of the final financial report, through all stages of the increasingly complex and competitive process to access funding for research projects.
The Departments promote, coordinate and manage the University educational and research activities. Moreover they govern the relations with external authorities and institutions, fostering knowledge transfer.
The Departments pursue the accomplishment of interdisciplinary educational and scientific objectives and may be organized in different departmental areas.
The role of Job Guidance is to help to put students and graduates of the University of Trento in touch with the world of work. In fulfilling this mission, the Office has been remodelled to reflect the values of transparency and give pride of place to people as individuals and the service provided. It operates across all the academic disciplines and courses of study offered at the University. Our main point of reference is Professor Paola Quaglia, Rector’s delegate for curricular internships, placements and UNITN students and former students.
The University Guild offers more than 1,500 beds to students who do not come from Trento. They are arranged in collective students halls or flats, located in areas easy to reach from the university premises.The main criteria to access accommodation are established annually in the relevant Call for selection. These criteria evaluate:
Access and borrowing at the University Library are free and open to people who have a subscription to the CBT borrowing service.
Subscription is free and open to all. You may subscribe and get a library card for the CBT (Bibliographic Catalogue of the Province of Trento) borrowing service at any library in the province of Trento. University oF Trento has 5 libraries: Central University Library, Via Verdi Library, Library of Engineering, Library of Science, Library of Cognitive science, with the following services:
The University of Trento offers to its professors, technical and administrative staff and sometimes to its students, the opportunity to install some generally useful SW products, whose licenses and updates are managed directly.
The University of Trento offers to its professors, technical and administrative staff and sometimes to its students, the opportunity to install some SW products.
If you want to study in Italy you need to be covered by health insurance.
There are different types of health insurance policies according to the student's citizenship (EU or non-EU student).
The University of Trento provides a general (and not medical) insurance coverage, only in the case of hospitalization due to accidents occurred during academic activities. It also provides coverage for injuries suffered by the students, for which the University is responsible. The insurance also covers damages that students may cause to other people, things or animals at the University of Trento.
UNI.Sport connects all sports facilities available in the university system: the three centers belonging to the University (the nautical center, the sports center in Mattarello, the gliding center), the University's gym at the Department of Sociology and Social Research and the sports facilities at the student halls of the Opera Universitaria in San Bartolameo, Santa Margherita and Residenza Brennero.
Among the activities are: aerobic fat burning, aerostep and postural tone, climbing, aikido, basketball and volleyball, fit & wellness, bodypower, gag & bag, boating / sailing / windsurfing, multisport training, pilates, boat license, ski & snowboard, stretch & tone, pilot license glider sailplane, yoga nidra (dream yoga), tennis, power yoga.
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Trento can be described as a little happy island without any hesitation. Structures are new, professors are well informed and expert in their own field and not only, in addition to usually be willing to help in any moment, the "pressure" to pay attention to the national, as well as the European and the international level is really strong (in a good way). The University...
I went to Trento only for the Erasmus Programm which didn't really fit with my Phonetics Studies back in Munich. However this way I got to study topics that I would have missed otherwise and that have enriched my way of reading, thinking and valueing texts and words in general. Erasmus is a place for me to study and learn about topics that are interesting to me but are...
What I really liked was the multiculturalism of the city where I studied, full of students from so many countries that i didn't even think of; what can be improved is create more opportunities for students to meet and know about their cultures and traditions. Overall I would say that it was an amazing experience that improved my knowledge of the world and gave me the...