Summer School 2018 - University of Pisa
For the sixth year running, the University of Pisa is welcoming international students to study with us during the summer.
Given the great success of previous years, and the ever-increasing interest from students, we have decided to update our summer offer. In the hope of making it wider and more varied, we will offer 25 courses spread over six disciplinary areas.
Our university is one of the oldest in Italy, renowned for both its academic rigour and prestigious lecturers. This course gives students the opportunity to experience life at the University of Pisa. All information regarding the Summer Schools is available on the website, which can be found here: https://www.unipi.it/summerschool
We kindly ask you to inform your students about this opportunity.
The International office will be pleased to help and assist whoever is interested in the Summer School of the University of Pisa.
For more information about the courses, please email the address provided: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to highlight that Pisa does not only offer commitment and academic relevance but it is one of the most charming cities of coastal Tuscany. It offers much in terms of nature, art, history and beauty. All the students will have the opportunity to enjoy the Tuscan sun and the nearby Tyrrhenian Sea (at only 15 Kms!), the hiking trails of the Monte Pisano, the Apuan Alps (where you will find the marble caves made famous by Michelangelo), the Tuscan countryside as well as being able to visit some of the greatest artistic achievements of our fascinating land. Besides this, Pisa also has an important railway station, from which Florence, Rome, Milan, Venice, Naples, etc. can be reached in just a few hours… Not to forget “Galileo Galilei” international airport: located at just one km from the very centre of Pisa, it links our city with the major national, European and international destinations.
The University of Pisa and its Summer Schools are keen to welcome students of any age and origin .
Thank you for your kind collaboration,
International Cooperation Office
University of Pisa