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Degree courses in English are another step towards the University of Pavia’s internationalisation, which has seen a significant increase in the number of overseas students in recent years. 

Master’s degrees taught in English at the University of Pavia (UNIPV) include the following courses:

  • 1 Single-cycle Masters degree lasting 6 years: Medicine and Surgery (the first such course in Italy taught entirely in English,established in 2009).

Masters degree courses: 


There are a number of master’s degrees taught in Italian, which you may be eligible to apply for provided that you are perfectly fluent in Italian.

LIBRARIES

The University offers 35 libraries run by different faculties and departments. All material owned by the academic libraries is listed in the On-line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC). By consulting this source, it is possible to find information about book offer, and availability. A special section of the catalogue is provided for periodicals. Each library has its own opening hours and rules: libraries open from a minimum of 16 to a maximum of 50 hours per week, generally from Monday to Friday.

Contacts: http://biblioteche.unipv.it/ http://opac.unipv.it

ACCOMMODATION

Just like Oxford and Cambridge in the UK, Pavia has a unique university residence system in Italy, dating back to the 16th century. Each of Pavia’s 20 residences, that in total host approximately 2000 students, has its own particular history and opportunities to offer, including access to many study abroad programs and sport activities. University residence life aims at creating an open community where academic achievements, traditional events, parties and sporting rivalries all play a role. Students living in residences can be engaged in different sport activities, learn different languages and, above all, build their first professional network. Acceptance to residences is based on merit criteria and a parental-income based fee system. Today, Pavia provides 4 merit-based residences, 12 public residences managed by EDiSU, an instrumental body of the University of Pavia established to provide the services for the right to study, and 4 private residences.

CAFETERIAS

A number of university cafeterias located at both campuses. The average price of a complete meal (including two courses, a side dish, bread, a dessert or fruit and water) ranges from € 4 to € 5.50.

Mensa Unigest, Via Ferrata

Mensa Cravino, Via Bassi

Mensa Collegio Fraccaro, Piazza L. Da Vinci

Mensa Collegio Castiglioni, Via San Martino 

Mensa Centrale, Corso Carlo Alberto

URBAN BUSES

The ordinary ticket costs €1.30 and allows unlimited travels (check city area limits) on all bus lines for the next 60 minutes. It can be bought at almost every tobacconists’ and news stands or at the bus terminal. All students can travel the whole academic year (October – September), buying a card that is issued at convenient fee of around €20.00 per year.

Learn more: http://pavia.autoguidovie.it/


LIFE IN PAVIA

Pavia is a city in northern Italy with 70,000 inhabitants and over 24,000 students located only 30 km south of Milan, connected by regional and suburban trains every 10 minutes. Pavia is also within easy reach of the Swiss border, Como and the lakes as well as Genoa and the Ligurian coast. Founded in Roman times with the name of Ticinum, it was the capital of the Kingdom of the Lombards for over two centuries and this fascinating legacy remains intact. The city centre is a maze of narrow streets, ancient churches, elegant buildings and many Fascinating corners all coming alive day and night with students enjoying their favorite meeting points. Cultural life in Pavia is intense with 19 museums and collections, 4 public and 18 university libraries, 4 cinemas and theatres, 12 cultural centres, a musical college and 2 civic schools of music and arts. Life in Pavia is both pleasant and affordable, particularly in comparison with much higher housing and living costs in Milan and other urban centres in Lombardy. Pavia’s campus offers a unique university experience to students who can enjoy countless events, festivals, exhibitions, concerts and sport activities, at all levels.

www.vivipavia.it

www.visitpavia.com

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Enjoy the city and discover plenty of activities you can do at the University of Pavia. Meet new friends on the campus and be part of the community that hangs out on Wednesday nights at our lively university parties. Whether you are keen on soccer or rugby, there will be plenty of opportunities to play sports with your friends at one of our facilities, which may be next to your dorm, just a few minutes away from the campus. Experience our historic city center and its heritage sites and ride along Pavia’s boulevards thanks to its bike-sharing scheme, or just go for a run in the park by the river Ticino. The University of Pavia has had a long-lasting tradition of students clubs and societies, not only inside its residences but also in each and every degree course. A number of events is also organized every week by Students Union, making Pavia one of the most active university cities in Italy for cultural  Engagement. UCAMPUS is our University’s official campus radio station. It is on air every day with a busy schedule made by students, often hosting live & unplugged music shows as well as talk shows. The University is also developing a strong bond with the local branch of ESN - Erasmus Students Network, promoting social activities and cultural events for International students.

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum requirements for BA/BSc programs:

• High school diploma after 12 years of schooling;

• If the education system of your Home Country has a national exam to enter higher education (i.e. Chinese GaoKao, Brazilian Vestibular), certificate of passing is mandatory.

Minimum requirements for Ma programs:

• BA/BSc in subjects related to the MA/MSc of your interest;

• Transcript of records with exams and grades;

• English proficiency for Degree programs taught in English (see specific requirements of each program);

Documents required for both BA, BSc/MA, MSc applications are to be officially translated into italian together with the Declaration of Value.

ADMISSION PROCESS

A national entry test is required to enter the following degree programs: Architecture, Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry, Health professions programs.

A local entry test is required by a number of BA and MA programs, see the course catalogue.


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Degree courses in English are another step towards the University of Pavia’s internationalisation, which has seen a significant increase in the number of overseas students in recent years. 

Master’s degrees taught in English at the University of Pavia (UNIPV) include the following courses:

  • 1 Single-cycle Masters degree lasting 6 years: Medicine and Surgery (the first such course in Italy taught entirely in English,established in 2009).

Masters degree courses: 


There are a number of master’s degrees taught in Italian, which you may be eligible to apply for provided that you are perfectly fluent in Italian.

LIBRARIES

The University offers 35 libraries run by different faculties and departments. All material owned by the academic libraries is listed in the On-line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC). By consulting this source, it is possible to find information about book offer, and availability. A special section of the catalogue is provided for periodicals. Each library has its own opening hours and rules: libraries open from a minimum of 16 to a maximum of 50 hours per week, generally from Monday to Friday.

Contacts: http://biblioteche.unipv.it/ http://opac.unipv.it

ACCOMMODATION

Just like Oxford and Cambridge in the UK, Pavia has a unique university residence system in Italy, dating back to the 16th century. Each of Pavia’s 20 residences, that in total host approximately 2000 students, has its own particular history and opportunities to offer, including access to many study abroad programs and sport activities. University residence life aims at creating an open community where academic achievements, traditional events, parties and sporting rivalries all play a role. Students living in residences can be engaged in different sport activities, learn different languages and, above all, build their first professional network. Acceptance to residences is based on merit criteria and a parental-income based fee system. Today, Pavia provides 4 merit-based residences, 12 public residences managed by EDiSU, an instrumental body of the University of Pavia established to provide the services for the right to study, and 4 private residences.

CAFETERIAS

A number of university cafeterias located at both campuses. The average price of a complete meal (including two courses, a side dish, bread, a dessert or fruit and water) ranges from € 4 to € 5.50.

Mensa Unigest, Via Ferrata

Mensa Cravino, Via Bassi

Mensa Collegio Fraccaro, Piazza L. Da Vinci

Mensa Collegio Castiglioni, Via San Martino 

Mensa Centrale, Corso Carlo Alberto

URBAN BUSES

The ordinary ticket costs €1.30 and allows unlimited travels (check city area limits) on all bus lines for the next 60 minutes. It can be bought at almost every tobacconists’ and news stands or at the bus terminal. All students can travel the whole academic year (October – September), buying a card that is issued at convenient fee of around €20.00 per year.

Learn more: http://pavia.autoguidovie.it/


LIFE IN PAVIA

Pavia is a city in northern Italy with 70,000 inhabitants and over 24,000 students located only 30 km south of Milan, connected by regional and suburban trains every 10 minutes. Pavia is also within easy reach of the Swiss border, Como and the lakes as well as Genoa and the Ligurian coast. Founded in Roman times with the name of Ticinum, it was the capital of the Kingdom of the Lombards for over two centuries and this fascinating legacy remains intact. The city centre is a maze of narrow streets, ancient churches, elegant buildings and many Fascinating corners all coming alive day and night with students enjoying their favorite meeting points. Cultural life in Pavia is intense with 19 museums and collections, 4 public and 18 university libraries, 4 cinemas and theatres, 12 cultural centres, a musical college and 2 civic schools of music and arts. Life in Pavia is both pleasant and affordable, particularly in comparison with much higher housing and living costs in Milan and other urban centres in Lombardy. Pavia’s campus offers a unique university experience to students who can enjoy countless events, festivals, exhibitions, concerts and sport activities, at all levels.

www.vivipavia.it

www.visitpavia.com

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Enjoy the city and discover plenty of activities you can do at the University of Pavia. Meet new friends on the campus and be part of the community that hangs out on Wednesday nights at our lively university parties. Whether you are keen on soccer or rugby, there will be plenty of opportunities to play sports with your friends at one of our facilities, which may be next to your dorm, just a few minutes away from the campus. Experience our historic city center and its heritage sites and ride along Pavia’s boulevards thanks to its bike-sharing scheme, or just go for a run in the park by the river Ticino. The University of Pavia has had a long-lasting tradition of students clubs and societies, not only inside its residences but also in each and every degree course. A number of events is also organized every week by Students Union, making Pavia one of the most active university cities in Italy for cultural  Engagement. UCAMPUS is our University’s official campus radio station. It is on air every day with a busy schedule made by students, often hosting live & unplugged music shows as well as talk shows. The University is also developing a strong bond with the local branch of ESN - Erasmus Students Network, promoting social activities and cultural events for International students.

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum requirements for BA/BSc programs:

• High school diploma after 12 years of schooling;

• If the education system of your Home Country has a national exam to enter higher education (i.e. Chinese GaoKao, Brazilian Vestibular), certificate of passing is mandatory.

Minimum requirements for Ma programs:

• BA/BSc in subjects related to the MA/MSc of your interest;

• Transcript of records with exams and grades;

• English proficiency for Degree programs taught in English (see specific requirements of each program);

Documents required for both BA, BSc/MA, MSc applications are to be officially translated into italian together with the Declaration of Value.

ADMISSION PROCESS

A national entry test is required to enter the following degree programs: Architecture, Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry, Health professions programs.

A local entry test is required by a number of BA and MA programs, see the course catalogue.


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