About University of Cagliari
The University of Cagliari was established in 1606.The University of Cagliari has been trying new and valuable forms of inter-university educational co-operation, which have given an ever-growing number of our students the possibility of learning and discovering new horizons in foreign countries.
At the same time, in continuing the inborn tradition of hospitality of Sardinian people, we have hosted many foreign students, who have had the opportunity to benefit from a wide range of studies within our structures, but also from an intense and rewarding social life in our town.
This short booklet has been prepared to supply you with useful information about the University of Cagliari and its organization, to help you in your studies and extra-curricular activities.
Should you need further information, please do not hesitate to consult our website www.unica.it or contact the International Mobility Office.
Hoping that your stay here will be beneficial in your future career, I am pleased to welcome you to Cagliari and its University.
Now the university has several main campus in and on the edge of the city. The largest campus is situated in Monserrato, on an area of 73 hectares. It hosts the science faculties, many departments with their respective faculties, and one of the University general hospitals, adequately integrated with other medical institutions. The other campus are in a residential area near the shopping centre and the sea. There are excellent student facilities close at hand including halls of residence, canteens, libraries, museums and sports facilities. The city offers students a wide range of social and cultural activities all reasonably priced.
"Study in Italy" is a valuable information tool for students wishing to attend higher education (H.Ed.) programmes in Italy, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
This national website provides the following information: types of H.Ed. institutions (university and non-university sector), admission procedures, study programmes, university degrees, non-university H.Ed. qualifications (academic diplomas), tution language, student life and welfare services, country information, etc.
Links to other websites are also given, where even more detailed information on specific topics of individual interest is available.
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