University of Verona
The University of Verona strives for excellence in teaching, research and innovation. It has 25,000 students and 1,500 staff including lecturers, researchers, technical and administrative personnel who work to continually improve and grow the university.
A forward-thinking institution which continuously seeks to strengthen the link between its degree courses and the real world of work, the university’s main objective for the near future is to become progressively more welcoming and adapted to student needs.
A unique heritage city in an excellent location
Verona was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 2000, and many ancient, medieval and renaissance monuments can still be seen in the historic centre. A highly liveable, culturally dynamic, welcoming city, Verona is located in a strategic position near Lake Garda and the Lessinia mountains, within easy reach of other important artistic cities in Italy such as Venice, Milan, Bologna and Florence.
Verona is a medium-sized city where you can easily find your way about and get from one place to another. Our university campuses are located in urban areas and are easily reachable by public transport and bike sharing. Getting to and from Verona is simple thanks to the city’s motorway connections, numerous trains and an international airport.