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Students enrolled in this school.
2
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
17
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

The careful organization of teaching, the quality of lessons (which is monitored regularly), the services to facilitate studying, such as efficient and well-organized libraries and laboratories, as well as the welcoming, orientation and continuous tutoring activities, support for disabled students and those in difficulty, are just some of the University of Siena’s strong points.The University of Siena awards first cycle, second cycle, and single long cycle degrees in the following faculties: Economics, Pharmacy, Law, Engineering, Arts and Humanities, Arts and Humanities in Arezzo, Medicine and Surgery, Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences and Political Science, as well as several interfaculty degrees.

What are the admissions criteria?

The national admissions requirements for American students are an IB or 3 AP score of 3+. For more information on the admissions process, check out the Italy country page of this database.

What is student life like?

In collaboration with the Regional Authority for Higher Education Grants (Azienda Regionale per il Diritto Studio Universitario-ARDSU) and the Siena University Sports Centre (CUS), the University promotes sports for students by offering courses for free or at reduced rates in basketball, football, volleyball, rugby, judo, weight training, fencing, and tennis.CUS also arranges the participation of both individuals and teams in competitive sporting events recognized by the respective national federations.

Scholarships & Funding

Study grants exonerate students from paying course fees, accommodation, and meals in university canteens and provide a monetary contribution to living expenses. Applications can be made online. Study grants and accommodation are not allocated by the university itself, but by DSU Toscana, the Regional Agency for the Right to University Study.

Housing options.

Housing through the university is provided on a first-come-first-served basis and costs under 300 euros a month for a double.  Private housing can be found in town (the public relations office has a list of options) for under 450 euros.

Dining information

Meals at canteens max out at 4 euros for students and include two courses,vegetable, fruit, bread and beverage.

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