The ‘Gabriele d’Annunzio’ University, established in 1965 as a ‘Libera Università’ (non state-owned university), became state-owned in 1982.
The university is formed from a variety of institutions which include thirteen academic departments organised into two schools.
Research is a component of each academic division, receiving funds for its scientific investigation from national and international institutions. ‘Gabriele d’Annunzio’ University is a member of the Netval Research Universities Network, AlmaLaurea, and the Interuniversity Consortium of Northeastern Italy for Automatic Computing.
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The Company Rights to Education of Chieti and Pescara, contributes economically with a housing portion of the scholarship awarded to beneficiaries resident students, the expense is incurred by them and resulting from regular lease. Additional contributions are guaranteed to students suitable non-scholarship holders.
There are 4 Libraries that are part of the University: Library of the University Digital, Library Medical and Scientific, Library complex of Pescara, Library "Ettore Paratore" - Chieti.
The Universita ' "G. d'Annunzio" has activated, in agreement with the ASL of Chieti, a service of health care and preventive medical care aimed at University students.
The University Departments are two: the Campus of Chieti and Pescara Polo. It 'also the computerized University' Leonardo da Vinci ', based in Torrevecchia Teatina.
The Campus is at the forefront for facilities, equipment and training. In an urban and metropolitan context characterized by a high degree of receptivity and livability, offers various opportunities for leisure: recreational, sporting and cultural.
D'Annunzio University is accredited by the European University Association and a number of additional professional and educational accrediting agencies, including the European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education, the International Long Term Ecological Research Network, and the Emblema Network.
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The following course offers me the chance to improve my personal interest in any fields but the psychological one and forensic too now translated in applicative modules. The overall approach was very good in so far as the university personnel is formed, well experienced and aims to offer any student the opportunity to enlarge and enrich at the same time that cultural...
I liked most of the teachers and their methods. I also liked the library.
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