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Università degli studi di Bari Aldo Moro

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The University of Bari Aldo Moro has 23 Departments, 2 Schools (Medicine and Science & Technology), 7 Centers of Excellence and 20 Research Centers. It offers 60 three-year degree courses, 50 two-year specialist degree courses, 13 single-cycle degree courses and 16 doctoral schools, as well as 51 post-graduate specialization courses, 26 first-and second-level master’s degrees, short master’s degrees, postgraduate courses, higher education courses and summer schools. The library system has 33 facilities, there are 8 museums and 3 collections. In total there are over 90 thousand square meters of space dedicated to teaching and almost 2600 academics and researchers. The student population reaches 43 thousand members. Annually, student mobility exceeds 300 students, both incoming and outgoing. There are 6 international courses with about 650 foreign students enrolled. There are a Foreign Students Office and an advice desk for the evaluation of qualifications, health care and the issuance of residence permits and visas. Since 2020, in agreement with CIMEA-Center for Information on Mobility and Academic Equivalences, a service for the issuance of Verification Certificates and Certificates of Comparability of foreign qualifications is offered. In addition to scholarships for international students and students with international protection, University of Bari signed the UNHCR Manifesto for Inclusive Universities and joined the UNICORE University Corridors for Refugees project. With IOM, it launched “Student Mentorship: towards an Italian Network of Inclusive Universities” to support the social and academic inclusion of students with migrant and refugee backgrounds. 

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