University of Verona

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The University of Verona is dedicated to innovation and to maintaining the high quality of its teaching and research. The institution has 23,000 students, and 1,500 teaching and non-teaching staff all dedicated to a continual process of growth and to the development of human, structural and financial resources. The University is divided into 15 departments and the faculty of Medicine and Surgery, offering a total of 61 degree courses, 4 graduate schools, 29 master's courses, 42 specialisation schools and 34 masterclasses. The University has strong links to the local community and looks to the future through its constant strengthening of the link between courses offered and the world of work. In the immediate future, one of the University’s principle objectives is to continue with its building programme in order to create an improved and welcoming environment.

Make the right choice!
The University of Verona offers a wide range of high quality degree courses. Undergraduate and graduate programmes, master's, specialist programmes and doctorates are offered through taught courses or distance learning. The University's modern, functional facilities guarantee effective support to the demands of research and teaching. The University offers its students a wide variety of services and opportunities: libraries, student orientation and study assistance, courses taught in English, openings abroad, internships, scholarships and much more.

Postgraduate courses. Specialist and professional training courses.
The University of Verona offers postgraduate courses with innovative content which aim to provide the professional competences and knowledge required to satisfy the constantly changing demands of the world of work.

The many facets of top level research
The advancement of knowledge is fundamental to the life of a university and the research projects of the University of Verona aim to provide opportunities for learning, innovation and planning at the highest level.

Young People and Research
A three-year research doctorate programme, for which application must be made through open public competition, is an opportunity for a student to conduct high level research.

All doctorate Programs belong to the four Doctoral Schools of macro-area.

The University provides research funds and scholarships to young graduates for research and development projects. Research funds are awarded through a public selection procedure and are intended for the completion of specific projects.

Research funding
Information regarding opportunities for research funding on a local, national, European and global level. National and European auditing and University support services for researchers.

Relationships with companies
The Liaison Office promotes collaboration with companies through projects involving new technologies, research staff and University facilities.