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Single registration for all University libraries

From 27 September, if you register at any library of the University of Bologna you will also be able to borrow books from all the other libraries of the University.

Call for applications for MAECI – Deadline: 11 October

The call for applications for 14 curricular internships at Italian schools abroad, is now online.

Call for applications for student collaboration 150 hours - a.y. 2023/24

Read the calls for different collaborations offered based on campus and activity.

Call for applications for the allocation of grants for the rental costs of non-resident students (fuori sede)

The University of Bologna is making available 600 grants of €1,000 each to reduce the rental costs incurred by those studying away from home. Deadline:30 November at 18:00.

Waiting for European Researchers' Night 2023: guided tours and AperiScienza

In the run-up to the night dedicated to research, two upcoming series of events will make you reTHINK your knowledge: talks with professors and researchers, guided tours and short trekking.

Traineeship Programme launched at EIOPA - European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority - https://www.eiopa.europa.eu/index_en

EIOPA offers traineeships in Consumer Protection, Corporate Affairs, Corporate Support, Policy, Risks & Financial Stability, Supervisory Processes and Oversight.

from 27 Sep to 02 Oct 2023

Alma Mater Fest - The University of Bologna welcomes its student community

We look forward to seeing you for a 4th special edition with guests, topical talks and many free activities open to all.

06 Oct 2023

StartUp Day, Palazzo Re Enzo

If you love innovation, come to our StartUp Day: you will meet the people who strongly believed in their ideas and turned them into a great opportunity. Sign up!

from 20 Sep to 31 Dec 2023

New Unibo podcast review: SILVA. Stories for a planet to heal

Four episodes on how literature can help us understand the relationship between human beings and the environment.