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Programme Quality: facts and figures

In line with transparency principles and the university's actions fostering programme and service quality, we wish to provide useful data about the Degree Programme, in particular from the last 3 years.

"Cohort" refers to a student group starting university in a given year and does not include students transferring from another programme or students acquiring a second degree. Specific years or topics might be missing if the programme has not completed a full cycle.

Data updated to 13 July 2021

Students

Number of enrolled students

A.Y. 2020-2021

  • first year
    401
  • subsequent years
    741
  • "fuori corso" (years in addition)
    86

A.Y. 2019-2020

  • first year
    397
  • subsequent years
    734
  • "fuori corso" (years in addition)
    131

A.Y. 2018-2019

  • first year
    416
  • subsequent years
    804
  • "fuori corso" (years in addition)
    130

Gender

  • Female students 68.7%
  • Male students 31.3%
  • Female students 67.5%
  • Male students 32.5%
  • Female students 70.8%
  • Male students 29.2%

Programme attractiveness

Cohort 2020/2021

  • Residents in other Italian regions 59.3%
  • Residents abroad 3.8%

Cohort 2019/2020

  • Residents in other Italian regions 53.9%
  • Residents abroad 4%

Cohort 2018/2019

  • Residents in other Italian regions 56.5%
  • Residents abroad 1.3%

Required qualification

  • "Liceo classico/scientifico/linguistico" 66.8%
  • Vocational schools 0.8%
  • Technical schools 15.1%
  • "Istituto magistrale/liceo psico-pedagogico" 11%
  • Other secondary schools 1.4%
  • Foreign secondary schools 4.9%
  • "Liceo classico/scientifico/linguistico" 70.1%
  • Vocational schools 1.3%
  • Technical schools 13.3%
  • "Istituto magistrale/liceo psico-pedagogico" 8.3%
  • Other secondary schools 2.4%
  • Foreign secondary schools 4.5%
  • "Liceo classico/scientifico/linguistico" 74.3%
  • Vocational schools 1.3%
  • Technical schools 11.9%
  • "Istituto magistrale/liceo psico-pedagogico" 8%
  • Other secondary schools 1.6%
  • Foreign secondary schools 2.9%

Selection process

A.Y. 2020-2021

  • Available places
    480
  • Test participants
    905

A.Y. 2019-2020

  • Available places
    480
  • Test participants
    752

A.Y. 2018-2019

  • Available places
    480
  • Test participants
    960

Additional Learning Requirements (OFA)

Cohort 2020/2021

  • Students with OFA 6.3%
  • Students passing the OFA ND

Cohort 2019/2020

  • Students with OFA 8.8%
  • Students passing the OFA 84.8%

Cohort 2018/2019

  • Students with OFA 6.1%
  • Students passing the OFA 82.6%

Compliance with study plan

Students moving on to second year

Cohort 2019/2020

  • Students leaving university 6.4%
  • Students transferring to another programme 2.1%

Cohort 2018/2019

  • Students leaving university 4.5%
  • Students transferring to another programme 1.9%

Cohort 2017/2018

  • Students leaving university 4.6%
  • Students transferring to another programme 2.7%

Graduates

Cohort 2017/2018

  • Graduates aligned to the exam schedule 80.9%

Cohort 2016/2017

  • Graduates aligned to the exam schedule 74%

Cohort 2015/2016

  • Graduates aligned to the exam schedule 73.4%

International mobility

International mobility programme participants

  • A.Y. 2019-2020
    171
  • A.Y. 2018-2019
    185
  • A.Y. 2017-2018
    192

Graduates with experience abroad

  • Year 2020
    42.1%
  • Year 2019
    39.9%
  • Year 2018
    46.2%

Students' opinions

What students say about the programme

Statistical data regarding programme's course units.

Graduate satisfaction

Year 2020

  • 92.6% With this programme
  • 91.9% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Satisfied graduates

Year 2019

  • 93.3% With this programme
  • 90.3% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Satisfied graduates

Year 2018

  • 93% With this programme
  • 89.4% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Satisfied graduates

AlmaLaurea survey

Situation 1 year after graduation

  • 9% With this programme
  • 16.6% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Work and don't continue studying

  • 12% With this programme
  • 12.1% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Work and continue studying

  • 71.3% With this programme
  • 57.3% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work and continue studying

  • 4.5% With this programme
  • 7.3% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work, don't continue studying and look for work

  • 3.3% With this programme
  • 6.8% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work, don't continue studying and don't look for work

  • 7.7% With this programme
  • 18% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Work and don't continue studying

  • 12.7% With this programme
  • 14.6% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Work and continue studying

  • 68% With this programme
  • 53.8% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work and continue studying

  • 3.5% With this programme
  • 6.8% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work, don't continue studying and look for work

  • 8.1% With this programme
  • 6.8% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work, don't continue studying and don't look for work

  • 8.9% With this programme
  • 19.2% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Work and don't continue studying

  • 11.2% With this programme
  • 13.1% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Work and continue studying

  • 66.8% With this programme
  • 54.2% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work and continue studying

  • 5.1% With this programme
  • 7% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work, don't continue studying and look for work

  • 7.9% With this programme
  • 6.5% With programmes in the same Class (Italy)

Don't work, don't continue studying and don't look for work

AlmaLaurea survey