The University is now part of the list of almost 800 Unesco Chairs, which since 1992 have involved a network of over 700 institutions in 116 countries, promoting cooperation and mutual exchange of knowledge on topics in the educational, scientific and cultural field.
The projects is aimed at providing policymakers with correct information, establishing new educational activities, generating innovation through research and promoting cultural diversity in University programs.
Read more here!
Since 2015 the festival has brought to Milan and to other cities around Italy the big names and most original figures of Nordic culture, from literature to cinema to music to public affairs, offering a platform for debating the great themes of contemporary life and promoting the encounter between different European cultures.
At the 6th place in the official 2020 rankings for Top 10 Places in the World to Study Abroad made by educations.com we find Sweden.
The rankings are based on 7 factors, such as achieve career goals, experience a new culture or lifestyle, access higher quality teaching and learn a new language.
Are you curious to know how Sweden reached this position in the ranking, read the article here!
If you are planning to visit Stockholm, you can follow the itinerary track by Andrea Berardini (Sapienza Università di Roma): from the dark alleys of Gamla Stan – the old city – to the immensity of water and greenery in the archipelago.
“A Stoccolma – da August Strindberg a Stieg Larsson” (“In Stockholm – from August Strindberg to Stieg Larsson”) – published by Giulio Perrone Editore – depicts a city rich of culture, which always looks to the future and today it is one of the smartest in Europe.
Read the full article by the Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera here.
If you are an Italian student and you sent us an application for a project in Sweden… Then, you should read this!