Schools

Andrea: this article really needs a bit more, I think. It's surfacy. Otherwise, it's edited. According to UNESCO (the cultural and educational agency of the United Nations), over 60 percent of the world's art treasures are found in Italy, which makes the country one of the best places to study...
Italian High School System
Tuesday, July 07TH, 2009 by
The New Italian High School System High schools are a particular level of secondary education, also called “scuola superiore”, or upper school in Italy. It lasts five years and the average student attends between the ages of 14 and 19. In 2009 the Minister of Public Instruction, Maria Stella...
University structure in Italy
Thursday, May 28TH, 2009 by
Studying in Italy Although Italy boasts some of the oldest universities in Europe [the University of Padova is one of the oldest in the world, and the third oldest in Italy (founded 1222), after the University of Bologna (1088) and University of Salerno (1173)], it is only in recent history that...
Universities in Italy
Wednesday, April 15TH, 2009 by
See also University Structure Italian universities, the names and (web) addresses This is the list of all Italian universities in each region. Inside there are the names, addresses, phone numbers and website of each university. Piemonte Università degli studi di Torino, via Verdi...
Italian Schools
Wednesday, September 17TH, 2008 by
Schools and Universities, Students from around the World Italy is known for their Italian language, art and fashion schools. There are millions of students who come to study abroad at one of Italy's well-known schools and universities. There are schools all over Italy, but the most...
School System in Italy
Wednesday, August 27TH, 2008 by
What you Need to Know The Italian school system is offered free to all children in Italy regardless of nationality. All children are required to attend school from age six through sixteen. Even the public nursery schools are free with reasonable sized classes and motivated teachers. The school...
Children Education in Reggio
Wednesday, August 20TH, 2008 by
Infant and Children Educational Schools The Epochal Reggio Emilia Program The epochal Reggio Emilia program for children up to the age of 5 is one of the most exciting developments in the world of education in our age. It may be seen as an extension of the enquiring and liberal...