Index

 

  • 1. HIGHER EDUCATION IN ITALY
  • 1.1 Higher Education: constitutional principles and aims

    2. THE UNIVERSITY SECTOR
    2.1 Brief history and recent reforms
    2.2 The new reform
    2.3 Objectives of the reform

    3. THE NEW UNIVERSITY SYSTEM IN ITALY
    3.1 The previous system
    3.2 New academic degrees and qualifications
    3.3 Course objectives
    3.4 Credit system
    3.5 Entry requirements
    3.6 Classification of courses
    3.7 Course offerings in Italian universities

    4. UNIVERSITIES IN ITALY
    4.1 List of Universities
    4.2 University Governance
    4.3 Teaching and research structures
    4.4 Teaching regulations

    5. MAIN INSTITUTIONAL BODIES
    5.1 Ministry for Education, University and Research
    5.2 National University Council
    5.3 Italian University Rectors’ Conference
    5.4 National Council of University Students
    5.5 National Committee for assessment of the university system

    6. NON-TRADITIONAL DELIVERY OF UNIVERSITY STUDIES
    6.1 Distance learning

    7. NON-UNIVERSITY SECTOR
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Higher education in the arts and music
    7.2.1 Reform in progress
    7.2.2 Academies of Fine Arts
    7.2.3 Higher Institutes for Applied Arts
    7.2.4 Music Conservatories and recognised Music Institutes
    7.2.5 National Academies and National Schools
    7.2.6 Central Institutes for Cultural Heritage
    7.2.7 Schools for Archiving, Palaeography and Diplomatics
    7.2.8 Non-state artistic education
    7.3 Non-university higher education in other sectors
    7.3.1 Higher Schools for Language Mediators
    7.3.2 Institutes/Schools for Psychotherapists
    7.3.3 Military Academies
    7.3.4 Higher technical education and training (IFTS)
    7.3.5 Regional Professional Education and Training (FPR)

    8. ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND CIVILIZATION COURSES
    8.1 Courses abroad
    8.1.1 Italian Cultural Institutes
    8.1.2 Dante Alighieri Society
    8.2 Courses in Italy
    8.2.1 Italian Universities
    8.2.2 Dante Alighieri Society

    9. ANNEXES
    A) List and addresses of Italian universities
    B) University system: 1999 reform law
    C) Useful websites