University of Padova
The University of Padova was founded in 1222 and is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Europe. Nicholas Copernicus, Galileo Galilei, Andrea Vesalio, William Harvey, Pietro d’Abano and Carlo Goldoni are just a few scientists, doctors, philosophers, jurists and writers who made Padova a landmark for the discovery and dissemination of European science and culture. In Padova, Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia became the first woman in the world to earn a diploma when she graduated from philosophy in 1678.
The University of Padova, loyal to its motto Universa Universis Patalina Libertas, has always been a bastion of free thinking, study and research. Today, Padova is a major multidisciplinary university whose lecturers, students and staff represent almost one-third of the city’s population. The 8 schools (Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Economics and Political Sciences, Engineering, Law, Humanities and Social and Cultural Heritage, Medicine, Psychology, Science) and 32 departments ensure that Padova offers a wide and varied range of subjects covering all areas of learning. The University is also the scientific and cultural heart of the northeastern industrialized country of Italy, providing highly specialized training for the 7 million inhabitants of the area.
Working with an EDMUNDO counsellor will enable you to find the programmes and universities that best match your academic and career objectives. Counsellors are equipped with comprehensive knowledge about the educational systems and are prepared to answer all of your questions.
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EMDUNDO counsellors master all the information and the best practices needed to guide you and help you prepare a strong application file that will maximize your chances of being admitted to your chosen universities, while closely observing all requirements and deadlines.
Top worldwide educational systems place a lot of emphasis on the employability of their graduates and student performance is their most important performance indicator. Therefore, universities are well-equipped and teaching relies mainly on the application of knowledge.
You will have access to the wider EDMUNDO community of young people who study abroad and this will allow you to find out detailed information about their international personal and academic experience and even make friends with your future university colleagues.
After I’ve decided in the last seconds that I want to study in Great Britain, with the help of my counsellor, I managed to open the way to my own dream. My first week spent at Birmingham City University has been dedicated to international students and all the activities I’ve been involved in taught me that friendships can be created regardless of your native language, religion or colour. I met hundreds of students and now I have friends from all over the world. Being an international student is a way to develop my personal skills and integrate better into society.
I am really enjoying my student life here, the professors are very open and willing to help and so are my colleagues. KEA was certainly the perfect decision for me and Denmark as well. Before I got there, I was worried about all the necessary documents and procedures, but I was surprised how easy everything was in the end. All the university representatives are smiling and help you no matter what, and if you experience difficulties, everything is quickly solved.
I like it here a lot, the university is very cool. I met older colleagues from my section and they gave me valuable advice. Thank you everyone from EDMUNDO, you helped me immensely to get to the place I wanted for quite some time now.