The University of Teramo

4.1 out of 5 (14 ratings / 13 reviews) Teramo, Italy
The University of Teramo has 5 Faculties, 16 Degree Programmes, more than 20 Masters, 6 Specialisation Schools and is involved in 10 research areas.

Master's Programmes

Applied Sciences & Professions (1)
Natural Sciences & Mathematics (1)
Social Sciences (1)

About

History

1961 - Established the Consortium of local authorities in support of the " University of Teramo  Libera Università” with the introduction of the first degree courses in "Law" "Interpreting and Foreign Languages". 

Education

We have two centres of excellence - dealing with law, politics and communication on the one hand, and with studies in agriculture, biology and veterinary medicine on the other. From such strong points, innovative educational paths have originated, also creating a link to the job market. 

Research

Research has achieved concrete results enabling our University to build a very close network of relations within the scientific community worldwide. Both postgraduate and vocational training guarantees high-level proficiency in several areas - legal professions, economics, social sciences, communication, management, politics, governance as well as animal health. 

Career

The University of Teramo runs a Job Placement Service, with the aim of facilitating graduates' transition from University into the labour market, streamlining the operating systems as well as improving the coherence between the studies carried out and the professional profiles. It also provides specific services to both graduates and businesses in order to carry out internships/traineeships aimed at entering the labour market. 

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Services

Student services

Please note that it is absolutely necessary to register as Erasmus student on your arrival in Teramo (Ufficio Relazioni Internazionali - International Relations office) to be officially registered and in order to activate your registration number (matricola). Using your registration number, you can enrol in the exams. 

Housing services

For specific Erasmus disabled students there are specific contributions. 

Before departure, each Erasmus student must be in possession of a Learning Agreement to be followed abroad, approved by both the Institute of Membership and the Host Institute.  

Library services

The Library System is made up of two libraries: the Library at the Coste S. Agostino Campus (Faculty of Law, Communication Science, Political Science, Bioscience) and the Library at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. 

ICT services

ICTs have always influenced both our way of thinking and teaching/learning methods. As a result, an e-learning platform and language, multimedia, television and radio laboratories have been implemented over the last few years.

Medical services

Citizens having the right to healthcare within one of the EU Member States as well as within the European Economic Area, shall be given healthcare assistance in Italy as well provided that they hold at least one of the documents:

  • the European Health Insurance Card / TEAM card;
  • a certificate (“attestato di diritto”) other than the EHIC /TEAM card to be submitted to the local health unit (ASL). 

Student Life

Campus life

We are turning into a real University Campus - with the main premises open until midnight, an inner canteen, a unified library, a language centre, a computer learning centre, technical and scientific laboratories, TV, radio and photography studios, a movie hall. 

Sports facilities

  • a gymnasium and other sports facilities

Accreditation

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is accredited by 'EAEVE” (European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education). 

Student Reviews

A nice university where to study law.
matteo falcone rated 4 out of 5 stars

A nice and small university with a solid and well-established law course, with a lot of optional courses to choose from.

Wanted more exposure
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

University is Good in terms of student support and professional help but due to the situation of the pandemic, the online studies didn't help in a much broader perspective for future learning. Being an International student would want to have greater learning in terms of future stability and opportunities but couldn't see much exposure till date.

review
Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

great exposure to a professional environment and a great professional growth

Teramo, Abruzzo, Italy

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