University of Brescia

501–600
2020 世界大学排名
401–600
2020 Impact Rankings
101–150
2020 年轻大学排名
Piazza del Mercato, 15, Brescia, 25121, Italy

关于 University of Brescia

After a lobbying campaign that began in the 1960s, in 1982 the city of Brescia in northern Italy was proud to open its own university.

The city itself is in a location of both stunning natural beauty, seated at the foot of the Alps, and of great architectural significance, the former monastery of San Salvatore becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2010. 

The University of Brescia is divided into four schools: Economics, Engineering, Law, Medicine and Surgery.

A key component of Brescia is the focus on health and wealth. This is the idea that the cultural and scientific ideals that are a cornerstone of the university should be used to actively foster progress in the local community and Italy as a whole. As part of the dynamic, Brescia offers a focused master’s degree in science and technology, and a PhD course in technology for health. 

Brescia is part of the Erasmus exchange programme with partnered universities, and all international students can receive accommodation on campus. The university also offers an "Italian for foreigners" course to help international students adapt to the language. 

The university sports centre offers a broad range of activities for students. Those who wish to exercise can take part in activities such capoeira and pilates, while those with a more competitive streak can join the sports teams, such as those in volleyball and five-a-side football. 

In 2016 Brescia hosted its first internationalisation conference, with academics from around the world meeting up for a two day discussion on the impact on globalisation on the sphere of education.

University of Brescia 的排名数据分析

所有上榜的高校都有一个总分和四项指标类别的得分。但只有总分或指标类别排列在前500的高校才会公开得分。

对比大学重要统计数据

关键统计数据

  • 27.2
    每位教职员对学生数量
    (1)
  • 7%
    国际学生比例
    (1)
  • 46 : 54
    女生对男生的学生比例
    (1)
  • 14,206
    Number of FTE Students
    (1)
基于 (1) 2020 世界大学排名和排行榜收集的数据

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