University of Ferrara History
The University of Ferrara is the main university in Ferrara, Italy. It was established in the year 1391 by Marquis Alberto V D’Este with the permission of Pope Boniface IX. The University of Ferrara became a free university with faculties of Law and Mathematics, Medicine, School of Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy.
University of Ferrara Programs, Courses, and Schools
The University of Ferrara, offers master’s degree programs, 12 Ph.D. programs and 8 university masters, specialization courses and training course. It also offers doctorate programs to the students. The University has 8 faculties in a different department and 14 departments.
University of Ferrara Campuses
The University of Ferrara, the main campus is located in Ferrara in the Emilia- Romagna region of northern Italy. The University has multiple facilities for the students on campus. It has a library which has books, magazines, it also has online dictionaries, electronic journals, specialized databases and has e-books facilities for the students. The University has a museum in their campus.
University of Ferrara Achievements
University of Ferrara, Professor Alison Riley and Patricia Sours the "Certificate of Achievement in Global Legal Skills Education.
The CIVR (Directory Committee for the Evaluation of Research), according to a public report of 2007, has rated the University of Ferrara the best Italian university for the applied exploitation of research.
University of Ferrara USP
The University of Ferrara, in the World University Rankings 2019, the ranking of the best universities in the world compiled by the Times Higher Education (THE), one of the most authoritative voices on academic excellence.University of Ferrara also ranked on Top Italian Scientists Ranking for the best Italian researchers. The University also ranked 14th in National University Ranking and 335 in the World University Ranking in the year 2016.
University of Ferrara Notable Alumni
Nicolaus Copernicus (Mathematician), Paracelsus (Physician), Massimo Pigliucci (Professor), Ludovico Ariosto (Italian poet)
University of Ferrara Application Requirements
University of Ferrara Cost of studies
Tuition Fees: EUR 370
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
University of Ferrara Deadlines
Masters: Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Ferrara Rankings
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