University of Pavia
Founded in 1361, the University of Pavia (UNIPV) is one of the world’s oldest academic institutions. The University of Pavia features in a number of international rankings: Unipv is particularly competitive in the fields of Humanities, Engineering, Pharmacy, Life Science and Medicine. As highlighted by the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019 it ranks among the top #35 in the world in Classics & Ancient History and top #151-200 in Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and Linguistics.
Like the UK’s Oxford and Cambridge, the University of Pavia is structured using a college system, dating back to the 16th century, with a striking historic campus. Comprised of 20 colleges which all have their own particular histories and opportunities to offer, UNIPV is an open community where academic achievement, traditions, parties and sporting rivalries all have their place.
Originally created around schools of law, humanities and medicine, the University of Pavia now offers 83 courses in:
- Engineering and architecture
- Natural sciences
- Health professions
- Languages and philosophy
- Political sciences
- Sports sciences
The following Graduate programs are also offered in English :
- Civil Engineering for Mitigation of Risk from Natural Hazards
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronic Engineering
- Industrial Automation Engineering
- Economics, Finance and International Integration
- International Business and Entrepreneurship
- Medicine and Surgery
- Molecular Biology and Genetics
- Psychology, Neuroscience and Human Sciences
- World Politics and International Relations
- The Ancient Mediterranean World: History, Archaeology and Art
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Why study at University of Pavia
The city of Pavia is located in northern Italy, around 30km south of Milan (20-30 minutes by train) within easy reach of the Swiss border, Como and the lakes as well as Genoa and the Ligurian coast. Founded in Roman times with the name of Ticinum its city centre is a maze of narrow streets, ancient churches, elegant buildings and many fascinating corners all coming alive day and night with students enjoying their favorite meeting points.
Life in Pavia is both pleasant and affordable, particularly in comparison with much higher housing and living costs in Milan and other urban centres in Lombardy. Students who can enjoy sport activities, at the University Sports Centre (CUS) which offers a wide range of courses, championships and tournaments.
Tuition fees at UNIPV vary based on the student’s family income and country of origin and range from 150 to 4400 Euro. Scholarship, fees reduction and other benefits are offered to students on merit criteria and family income by Edisu a dedicated government agency.
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