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Università degli Studi di Perugia


Agricultural, food and environmental sciences

Chemistry, biology and biotechnology

Civil and environmental engineering



Experimental medicine

Humanities, ancient and modern languages, literature and cultures


Mathematics and computer sciences


Pharmaceutical sciences

Philosophy, social sciences and education

Physics and geology

Political sciences

Surgery and biomedical sciences


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The University founded in 1308 is one of the oldest universities in Italy, offering a wide variety of courses in all fields of education and the finest quality degree programs and academic opportunities, within a multicultural environment. The great majority of courses are taught in Italian, however, many Departments are offering modules in English and three Second cycle degree courses are entirely taught in English. The European Commission has awarded the University the prestigious ECTS label for excellence in the application of the European Credit Transfer System in all of its degree programs. Our Postgraduate education offer includes various Specialisation Courses, 19 International Doctoral Programmes and several 1st and 2nd level University Master’s Degrees in different disciplines. Today, research and education in the various disciplines are organized in 16 Departments, with about 23,500 students, 1,100 professors and researchers and 1,000 staff members. The University has more than 400 Erasmus Bilateral Agreements with European Universities and more than 160 Bilateral Agreements with non-European Institutions.


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