The Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, in accordance with the principles of the Constitution of the Italian Republic and the Magna Charta of the University, is a public institution, autonomous, secular and pluralistic. Primary tasks of the Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna are research and teaching, inseparable activities aimed at pursuing a critical knowledge open to dialogue and interaction between cultures, respecting the freedom of science and teaching. For its secular identity General study, the University recognizes equal dignity and opportunity to all disciplines that ensure the wealth and scientific training. The University and protect their cultural heritage innovates responding to the different needs expressed by the company.
The courses offered at the University of Bologna is large, diversified and attentive to the needs of society: an educational heritage distributed among 33 departments and 11 schools. the international nature of teaching is also confirmed by the project alma Inglese, unique in Italy, aimed at ensuring free certified knowledge of English.
For Alma Mater research is a fundamental competitive lever and employment. The University is known for its wealth of expertise and multidisciplinary research. Investment in higher education, support for basic research in the humanities and science, a synergistic network of relationships with the world of research and international institutions, an active commitment to the exchange of knowledge with the business world are the pillars on which underpinning the strategy of the University of Bologna.