Higher Education system Italy

Italian Higher Education System



- the non-university sector.

  • 60 State universities including 2 Polytechnics and 2 Universities for Foreigners

  • 17 non-State universities (legally recognised by the State)

  • 6 higher schools specialised in postgraduate university studies

  • 11 telematic universities.

The non-university sector (Website) includes 4 education typologies with their institutions:

  • AFAM institutions (Higher Education in Art and Music and Dance): polytechnics for the arts, academies of fine arts, higher institutes for applied arts, music conservatories and recognised music institutes, higher institutes for musical and choreographic studies, national academies;

  • higher education in language mediation: higher schools for language mediators;

  • higher integrated education (FIS): programmes of higher technical education&training (IFTS);

  • a few specific fields (e.g. archiving, diplomatics, restoration, military studies, etc.) which, along with their respective institutions, fall under the supervision of ministries other than that of Education.

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