1. The University of Rome La Sapienza (Università La Sapienza) is one of the oldest and largest universities in Italy, founded in 1303. It is located in Rome and is one of the most prestigious educational institutions in the country. La Sapienza University offers a wide range of educational programs, including bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in various fields such as architecture, engineering, medicine, law, economics, history, philology and others. The university campus occupies a huge territory on which numerous buildings are located, including a library, museums, sports facilities and residential buildings for students. The University also has close ties with various scientific and cultural organizations, such as the University of Rome and the University of Rome La Sapienza. The University of La Sapienza employs highly qualified teachers who are actively involved in research and development. Students have access to modern laboratories and equipment, which allows them to conduct practical classes and research in various fields.
2. Politecnico di Milano is one of the leading technical universities in Italy and the world. Founded in 1863, the university is located in Milan and offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs in engineering, architecture, design, economics, management and other sciences. The Polytechnic University of Milan has a campus of more than 200 hectares, which includes many buildings, laboratories and research centers. The University actively cooperates with industrial companies and research institutions, which allows students to gain practical experience and knowledge in the real world. One of the main achievements of the university is its innovative activity, which includes the development of new technologies and materials, as well as the creation of new products and services. The University is also actively involved in the development of urban infrastructure and environmental projects. Among the famous graduates of the Polytechnic University of Milan are such outstanding scientists and engineers as Enrico Fermi, Sergio Nalim, Enrico Paolini, Leonardo da Vinci and others. The University is proud of its traditions and continues to develop, attracting talented students and teachers from all over the world.
3. The University of Bocconi (Università Bocconi) is a non–governmental university in Italy, located in Milan. It was founded in 1906 and is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in the country. Today, Bocconi University offers a wide range of study programs at different levels: from undergraduate to doctoral studies. Among them there are programs in economics, management, law, finance, marketing, computer science, entrepreneurship and many other areas. The Bocconi University campus is located in the center of Milan and covers an area of more than 50,000 square meters. On the campus there are academic buildings, laboratories, gyms, a library, cafeterias, restaurants and much more. One of the main features of Bocconi University is its intensive research activity. There are more than 300 professors and researchers who are engaged in scientific research in various fields, such as economics, finance, business, marketing, management and others. Bocconi University students have access to the most modern technologies and equipment, as well as unique opportunities for internships and internships in leading companies and organizations. Many graduates of Bocconi University work in large international companies, financial institutions, government agencies and other prestigious organizations.
4. University of Naples Federico II (Università Federico II di Napoli) The University of Naples Federico II was founded in the 14th century. It is one of the oldest universities in Italy. It is located in Naples and offers a wide range of educational programs in various fields: from natural sciences to humanities. There are several campuses on the territory of the university, where academic buildings, scientific laboratories, libraries, a sports complex and other infrastructure facilities are located. In addition, the university cooperates with many international organizations and conducts joint research with leading universities in the world.
5. The University of Turin (Università degli Studi di Torino) is a public higher education institution located in the capital of Italy – the city of Turin. The university was founded in 1581 and today is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the country. Currently, the University of Turin offers study programs in a wide range of specialties, including medicine, engineering, architecture, law, economics and many others. The university's campus is located in the historical center of the city and includes academic buildings, a library, sports facilities, living quarters for students and much more. The University of Turin actively cooperates with other universities and research centers around the world, participating in joint projects and research in various fields of science.
6. The University of Milan Bicocca (Università Statale di Milano-Bicocca) was founded in 2010 and is located in Milan, Italy. It is a state university that offers higher education programs in various specialties, including business, economics, law, engineering and others. The university campus consists of several buildings located in different parts of the city. The university employs more than 400 teachers who are engaged in scientific work and training of students.
7. Milan State University "Catholic University of the Sacred Heart" (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, UCSC) is one of the largest universities in Italy, located in Milan. It was founded in 1924 and is a Catholic university. UCSC offers bachelor's, master's, doctoral and postgraduate programs in various fields - education, medicine, architecture, law, arts and humanities, economics and finance, information technology, etc. The university cooperates with universities of other countries and international organizations. The training is conducted in Italian, but programs in English are available for international students.
8. The University of Pisa (Bologna) was founded in 1088. It is the oldest and one of the most prestigious universities in Europe. Currently, about 70 thousand students study at the university in more than 40 areas of study. The University is located in Bologna, the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region.
9. The University of Padua (Università di Padova) is one of the oldest in Europe and one of the leading universities in Italy. The University of Padua was founded in the XII century, during the heyday of the Renaissance, and became the first university in Italy. Since then, he has become known for his achievements in medicine, law, philosophy and science. Nowadays, the University offers programs in more than 80 areas, including medical, humanities and natural sciences. The University's campuses are located in different cities of Italy, including Padua, Venice and Milan. The University of Padua is a member of the European Association of Universities and actively cooperates with international scientific organizations and universities.
10. The University of Caprese (Università del Sannio) is a public university in Italy, which is located in Caprese, in the south of the country. It was founded in 1970 and has since become one of the leading universities in the Campania region. Caprese University offers a wide range of academic programs in various disciplines, including economics, law, medicine, architecture and engineering. The university campus is located in a beautiful historical building that was built at the beginning of the XX century. Caprese University actively cooperates with scientific institutes and companies, which allows its students to gain practical knowledge and experience.