In order to help prospective students make an informed decision about the choice of their future degree, we offer individuals and schools the opportunity to get to know our university through orientation events, like for example the Open Day.
To gain access to a study programme at unibz, besides the language requirements, some specific admission procedures exist depending on the course you wish to apply for. For this reason, we would like to give you some advice on how to prepare for the selection process and obtain your place on your chosen degree course.
If you are a disabled student (including learning disabilities) you can contact our Servizio Orientamento (Advisory Service) and request a personalised guidance session so that you can go through the application and selection process in a way the meets your specific needs.
At unibz there are no architectural barriers in any of its three campuses, nor in its student halls and canteens.
If the arrival of a baby has brought new joy to your life, unibz can help make your student-parent life easier.
Would you like to hear about our university directly from our students?
Student Advisors will answer your questions! You can find them at our guidance events, if they visit your school, if you visit our university for a personalised guidance session with our Advisory Service (Servizio orientamento) or if you visit the campuses of unibz with your school.
unibz offers psychological support to its students through two psychologists from sh.asus, the Association of Students in South Tyrol. You can reach out to them for any issues that you might want to discuss with somebody: problems with your studies, relationship issues, depression, panic attacks or anything else.
For more information and advice, please contact our Advisory Service (Servizio orientamento) at the address firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone. In many cases a simple ring is enough to get the requested information. During the opening times of our Infopoint, or by appointment, you can request a personalised guidance session, also with one of our student advisors.