University of Padova

University of Padova

University of Padova

  • Italy
  • Control Systems Engineering
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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 Padua, located in Padua, Italy, was established in 1222 and holds the distinction of being the second-oldest university in Italy and one of the world's oldest. Originally founded as a law school, it has evolved into a diverse, multidisciplinary institution offering students professional training and a rich cultural education. The University of Padova comprises 32 departments and eight schools, which oversee the courses offered by each department. Additionally, it includes 49 specialization schools and 43 research and service center's, demonstrating its diverse academic and research landscape.


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
The University of Padova offers a wide array of extracurricular activities, student-run clubs, and events to enrich campus life. The university is predominantly located in the city centre, with the exception of the Agripolis campus, which is less than 10 km from downtown Padua. With eight schools and 32 departments, the university provides diverse academic offerings. It also accommodates about 1,400 students in its halls of residence and offers guesthouses for short-term stays. This creates a vibrant and engaging campus environment for its students.

Hostel & Facilities

Hostel and facilities
The University of Padova in Italy provides accommodation options for students in the form of 10 halls of residence, capable of housing up to 1,400 students. These halls are conveniently located either in the city center or in close proximity to the university facilities. Allocation of housing in these halls is determined through a competitive process. In addition to university guesthouses, there are private guesthouses, private residences, each offering various amenities, such as internet access, study areas, kitchens, laundry facilities, and specific provisions for disabled students. These options cater to a range of student preferences and needs.


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