Genoa

The old city of Genoa (year ~800 b.c.) was inscribed on the World Heritage List (UNESCO) in 2006. The city’s rich art, music, gastronomy, architecture and history, made it 2004’s EU Capital of culture

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genova

 

University Of Genoa

40,000 students

7,000 graduates per year

600 PhD students – 100 foreign PhD students

1,500 students international exchanges

11 Schools in 5 Faculties (3 Humanities, 3 Law & Economy, 2 Medicine, 2 Engineering & Architecture, 1 Sciences)

~140 tracks (B and M degrees)

350th in Shangai Ranking (top 10 in Italy)

15 PhD schools

43 Departments

37 Research centres

1,500 Teaching staff

1,300 Staff

70 Special and professional schools

65 M $ research/year

13 M $ industrial research/year

800 on-campus student jobs/year

1,000 accomodations/year

550,000 meals/year

School of Engineering – Established in 1870

Genova Faculty of Engineering has been  constantly ranked in the first four positions by Italian University agencies

Professors and Lecturers: 260

Registered Students: 5,100

Graduates per year: 700

4 PhD schools

200 PhD students

(including Italian Institute of Technology IIT)

Tracks:

Industrial & Process

Civil and Environmental

Electronics & Computer

Biomedical

Industrial and Management

Mechanical

Naval and Marine

Chemical

Civil, Water, Transportation

Electronics

Computer

Bioengineering

Telecommunications

Power and Electric

Management

Mechanical and Energy

Aeronautics

Naval

International MSc tracks (double / joint degrees):

Robotics Engineering

Marine Pleasurecraft

Robotics Engineering – local degree of the Emaro programme

Foundations:

Perception          Artificial Vision, Sensing

Cognition   Informatics, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks

Action   Mechatronics, Mechanics, Automatic Control

Mathematical foundations   Modelling, Simulation, Optimisation

International teachers, students exchange