University of Florence

University of Florence

University of Florence

  • Italy
  • Geoengineering
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University type
University Grade
Estd. Year
Program Type
Available Intake
Sep 2024
Medium of Course
World Rank
Total Course Fee
Course Duration
2 Years
Degree Awarded
About University

The University of Florence, or UniFI, is a renowned public research university in Florence, Italy. Established in 1321, it's one of Italy's oldest and most prestigious institutions. UniFI consists of 12 schools which are Agriculture, Architecture, Arts, Economics, Education, Engineering, Law, Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences, Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacology, Political Science, and Psychology. The University has around 51,000 students.   


Bachelors Program : 12th with 65% or Above

Masters Program : Min 55% in Bachelor (Non - STEM Programs)
Min 65% in Bachelors (STEM Programs)

Doctorates Program :Min 60% in Bachelors (Non - STEM Programs)
Min 65% In Bachelors (STEM Programs)

IELTS Score 6.5 or Above

Fees Structure

University Fees
Currently, fees is not available for this univeristy.

Campus Life

About Campus life
Life at the University of Florence in Italy is exciting and diverse. Students have access to language labs that take them to markets and shops, making learning fun. Students can study in iconic places like the Uffizi Gallery. The university's Student Life and Development department organizes activities to help them connect with the local culture and enjoy performing arts. There are plenty of places to eat, from restaurants to pizzerias and cafes. Piazzas, which are lively public squares near monuments or churches, are great for meeting up. The campus is friendly and has a mix of cultures.

Hostel & Facilities

Hostel and facilities
The University of Florence (UNIFI) doesn't have its own dorms, but it does offer a list of places where students can get discounts for staying, whether it's for a short visit or a longer one. University dormitory rooms are offered through a competitive process to students who live away from home, demonstrate their capabilities and merit, and lack financial resources.


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