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Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Apply to unibz from 21 to 30 September: studies start in October!

Applications are still possible for the bachelor programmes of the Faculties of Economics, Science and Technology, Computer Science as well as the Bachelor in Social Work and the Master in Applied Linguistics.

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At the three campuses of Bozen-Bolzano, Brixen-Bressanone and Bruneck-Brunico students can rely on excellent services and individual tutoring. Our classes, taught by lecturers of 10 different nationalities, are held in small groups. This helps lecturers get to know students and monitor their progress better. Our university has established international exchange programmes with more than 150 universities in Spain, USA, Taiwan and many other countries.

Accommodation and Food

The student halls on the Bozen-Bolzano, Brixen-Bressanone and Bruneck-Brunico campuses host 600 students. The price for a single bedroom is € 300 and € 230 for a double room. You can apply for an accommodation from 20 June.

You can find adverts to rent a room in a flat-share on 

Each campus has a canteen where students can choose their favourite food from a rich menu and pay with their Student Card.

Transport

Students under 27 can buy for €150 an ABO+ student season ticket valid for a year. ABO+ is managed by the local authority Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano. The ABO+ can be used on all public transport in South Tyrol and on regional trains to Trento.

Bozen-Bolzano, Brixen-Bressanone and Bruneck-Brunico - like all South Tyrol - are small towns and, therefore, very suitable for cycling. Classrooms are easy to reach by bike in less than 15 minutes from each student hall!

Student Associations

Studying is fundamental, but you also have to socialise with other members of the student community. At unibz we have six student associations: SCUB, Pro - Students for Business, k!kero, ESN, the AlumniClub and, on the Brixen-Bressanone campus, Talìa UniLife. The most popular event of the year is the SnowDays, organised by SCUB, which normally attracts more than 600 students, many of whom are registered at partner universities and arrive to South Tyrol for the first time just to attend the event.

Studying barrier free

Students with disabilities who are planning to study at unibz can contact the Advisory Service to clarify any doubts they may have and ask for information relating to their needs (accessibility of buildings, applications for support, etc.).

Upon request of disabled students, the university can arrange for admission procedures to be customised to meet the needs of each student also by making available any specific technological devices and learning equipment required.

Advisory Service

Our Advisory Service is the main point of contact for students to find out information. Students can also request an individual guidance appointment about our degree courses and life as a student at unibz.