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Universita degli Studi di Catania (Italy)


The University of Catania was established in the year 1434 by King Alfonso V of Aragon. The University boasts 12 Faculties (Agriculture, Architecture, Economics, Engineering, Law, Letters and Philosophy, Foreign Languages, Pharmacology, Sciences, Training Sciences, Medicine, Political sciences), 40 doctorate courses and a school of excellence. The University of Catania has a population of over 65,000 students, with about 600 PhD students.

The Faculty of Agriculture covers the entire supply chain leading from primary production to consumption. The main fields of education are: Agricultural Science, Agricultural Economics, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Animal Science, Food Science and Technology, Biotechnology. The Faculty of Agriculture has 5 departments and about 110 teaching staff.

Catania is located in the east coast of Sicily, in the very middle of the Mediterranean. Catania is the second city of Sicily and has a very rich cultural and social life.