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Welcome to University of Pisa

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The University of Pisa was officially established in 1343. At present Pisa is strengthening its vocation as a "campus city", with nearly 50 thousand students upon 90 thousand inhabitants. It is right here, in the heart of Pisa, that the structures of the University's 11 Faculties and 56 Departments are concentrated. Students mainly come from Tuscany and Liguria, with a significant presence from Southern Italy. In addition, several hundred of foreign students, coming from other European nations, United States of America, Africa and Asia, contribute to enrich the city life, favoring fruitful cultural exchanges. The University of Pisa has always been characterized by a strong international vocation, but now, more than ever, internationalization is considered as one of its primary policies.

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Information for international students

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To provide for the needs of "incoming" foreign citizens, the International Relations Office runs the Welcome Point service, set up as a kind of information and support centre solely for foreign students and teachers. The Welcome Point, also in collaboration with other University offices, provides information on visas and stay permits, the possibility of attending Italian language courses, the services offered by the University as well as on the city of Pisa, public transport, cultural, recreational and sports events. In particular, a welcome service has been developed for new foreign teachers, scholars and students.

 

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Structure

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The University of Pisa boasts eleven faculties and fifty-seven departments, with high level research centres in the sectors of agriculture, astrophysics, computer science, engineering, medicine and veterinary medicine. Furthermore the University has close relations with the Pisan Institutes of the National Board of Research, with many cultural institutions of national and international importance, and with industry. 

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Studying in Pisa. Admission: How, Where,When

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How to enroll to Italian Universities
General information for:
1) E.U./E.E.A. and Swiss citizens
2) Not E.U. citizens who have already a Long Stay Residence Permit (Carta di soggiorno CE per soggiornanti di lungo periodo) or a Permit of Stay in Italy (Permesso di soggiorno)
3) Not E.U. citizens resident abroad who have already submitted the Pre-enrolment Forms to the Italian Embassies or Consulates in their own country.

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Structure

 http://www.unipi.it/english/university/structure/index.htm

The University of Pisa boasts eleven faculties and fifty-seven departments, with high level research centres in the sectors of agriculture, astrophysics, computer science, engineering, medicine and veterinary medicine. Furthermore the University has close relations with the Pisan Institutes of the National Board of Research, with many cultural institutions of national and international importance, and with industry. 

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Students' life in Pisa

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Welcome! Pisa, with its numerous world famous monuments such as the Leaning Tower and Piazza dei Miracoli, can be said to be a city on a student-scale. The 50.000 students enrolled at the University, forming a significant proportion of Pisa's 90.000 inhabitants, are a particularly visible presence in the streets of the city-centre. The environmental and cultural context of the town helps the course of studies of the students and enriches their everyday experiences: Pisa is one of the most beautiful towns of Italy, rich in monuments and historical traditions, famous for its civil commitment and cultural life. It's a rather small town and it's easy to go round it by bike: for this reason it is a very enjoyable town, and really on a student scale. Besides, it's linked up very well with other parts of Italy and Europe, thanks to good railway and road connections and an airport, which is constantly growing. 

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