The association of Tuscany state universities sets the purpose of promotion of existing opportunities of training and research in educational institutions of one of the most beautiful and culturally rich regions of Italy. Big variety of programs in the English and Italian languages and also fine chance to enjoy the atmosphere of the cities of great art, cultural and historical traditions.
– Università di Firenze
The state university of Florence founded in 1321 and it offers such faculties as: architecture; arts; economics; agriculture; law; pharmaceutics; psychology; medicine; pedagogics; mathematical, physical and natural sciences; political science. Among university graduates there are famous philosophers, historians, Nobel laureates, political scientists and other remarkable persons.
– Università di Siena
The state university of Siena is one of the oldest higher education institutions in Italy, was founded in 1240. Faculties: economics; engineering; humanities and philosophy; law; mathematical, physical and natural sciences; medicine and surgeries; pharmaceutics; political sciences. Universita di Siena is especially known for programs in the field of medicine and the law. The university occupies a set of buildings in the historic center of Siena.
– Università per stranieri di Siena
The University for Foreigners of Siena is specialized in teaching Italian as a foreign language and in scientific research concerning the diffusion of Italian Language and Culture throughout the world.
Studying at the University for Foreigners of Siena means being part of a rich tradition, where study and research are conducted in a student-oriented environment, with low drop-out rate and students from more than 100 countries.
The University has been awarded with the “European Label for Languages” by the Council of Europe for 10 consecutive times for the best projects for language diffusion, and our Language Centre is an Accredited Member of EAQUALS (the European Association for Quality Language Service) since 2015.
– Università di Pisa
The state university of Pisa is one of the leading state universities of Italy since 1343. There are about 57000 students in University. Faculties: economics; foreign languages and literature; agriculture; engineering; law; literatures and philosophies; mathematical, physical and natural sciences; medicine and surgeries; pharmaceutics; political science; veterinary medicine.
– Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna – Pisa
The prestigious higher school was founded in 1810 in Pisa and has the status of the state university. It specializes in programs in the field of applied sciences. Faculties: business and management; economics; rights; political science; the experimental sciences; agriculture; medicine; production engineering; software engineerings.
– Scuola Normale Superiore – Pisa
The École Normale Supérieure is one of the most prestigious educational institutions of Italy, it was created in 1810. Among the graduates there are three Nobel Prize laureates: physicists Enrico Fermi and Carlo Rubbia and poet Giosuè Carducci.