Studying in Bolzano-Bozen
University and province offer grants to support studies, dissertations, post-graduate studies, housing, canteens, and special initiatives for the disabled. For more information, please refer to the section Prospective Students - Accommodation & Funding
Students will be supported by the University Advisory Service
. Its staff will give important information, will help with enrolment procedure, application for a residence permit (for foreign students, if necessary) and with accommodation. The office is supported by student helpers who act as tutors for students and show them around the university.
Special support is given to foreign students by the International Relations Office
The Language Centre
provides language courses for students enrolled at the University and for those of international exchange programmes, and it runs an advisory service for autonomous language learning, which takes place in its fully-equipped, flexibly run language laboratory.
There are four different Student Associations
organises social events, student parties, trips and other activities; S.C.U.B
(Sports Club University Bolzano) organises sports activities, particularly alpine sports like free-climbing, trekking, skiing; the Bozen-Bolzano local committee of AIESEC
, the biggest international student organisation that is wholly managed by students; the AlumniClub
supports the graduates of the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano and helps them to maintain strong links with the University once they have graduated.