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COVID-19 - Resuming activities safely - The measures adopted by the University of Bologna

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Coronavirus update: remote teaching activities in all Alma Mater Campuses

Covid label turns to “dark orange”. The safety Protocol regulating the University’s activities changes for facilities in Bologna, Imola and Ozzano, and from 2 March also in the Romagna Campuses.

A.y. 2019/20 Graduation Sessions

The University approved the postponement of final examinations of a.y. 2019/20 for all degree programmes. Graduation sessions will occur between 24 and 28 May 2021.

First Semester, a.y. 2021/22: Blended teaching activities are confirmed

The Board of Governors confirmed blended teaching activities for all degree programmes (1st, 2nd and 3rd cycle degrees) as well as professional programmes (if applicable).

Answer the Call for Startup 2021

From 1 February to 9 March 2021, the Call for StartUp is open for students and fresh graduates with innovative ideas and startuppers.

Unibo Action 1&2: study grants and tuition fee waivers for international students - a.y. 2021/22

Call for applications for students who are interested in registering in a Degree Programme at the University of Bologna are now online.

Blended teaching activities during the second semester

Those who can and wish to attend lectures in person will be able to do so, irrespective of their year of enrolment, provided that they book their seat.

from 22 Mar to 25 Mar 2021

DECOLONIZING VISION: ART AND VISUALITY IN AFRICA

Giulia Paoletti (University of Virginia)

from 13 Apr to 16 Apr 2021

RETHINKING THE HISTORY OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: GLOBAL AND INTEGRATIVE PERSPECTIVES

Susan Zimmermann (Central European University)

from 26 Apr to 29 Apr 2021

PROVIDENTIAL MODERNITY: MILLENARIAN POLITICS IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE

John J. Martin (Duke University)

from 04 May to 07 May 2021

RACIAL CAPITALISM AND POLITICAL COMMUNITY FROM THE AMERICAS TO THE GLOBE

Anne Garland-Mahler (University of Virginia)