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The Trans-Atlantic Science Student Exchange Program

ITALYUniversity of Pavia

 The University of Pavia (Italian: Università degli Studi di Pavia, UNIPV) is located in Pavia, Lombardy, Italy. It was founded in 1361. 

Today, it enrolls over 20,000 students. Pavia, a city of about 72 000 inhabitants, located just 30 km from Milan, traces its origins to pre Roman times. The University of Pavia is among the universities that possess the most estensive Halls of Residence system in Italy. The majority of its students are housed in its 15 Halls. The most ancient ones date back to 1564 (Collegio Borromeo) and 1567 (Collegio Ghislieri), while the two most recent ones (Collegio Maino and Volta) have been founded in year 2000. The Halls are either male or female, catered or self-catered (with kitchens on each floor for student use). Most Halls admit both undergraduate and graduate students and places are offered for the academic year except Christmas and Easter vacations. The Centro Assistenza Studenti E-mail: info@centroassistenzastudenti.it Site: http://www.centroassistenzastudenti.it offers a series of services to University students designed to facilitate their stay in Pavia and to encourage full participation in University life. CAI works on behalf of the University of Pavia to find lodgings and provide general support vis-à-vis accommodation for students coming to Pavia as part of the Socrates program.

 

Contact

Academic Coordinator
Professor Paolo Ferloni


ERASMUS Coordinator for Chemistry and Biotechnology
Department of Physical Chemistry
University of Pavia
Tel: 39-0382-987210
Email: paolo.ferloni @ unipv.it

Administrative Contact
Alessandra Varasi


International Relations Office
University of Pavia
Tel: 39 0382 984694
Email: catfox @ unipv.it


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Chemistry Courses
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Syllabi and Other Information:
Brief Syllabi for biology, chemistry and biochemistry courses

08/04/17

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