Università degli Studi eCampus

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eCampus University
Università degli Studi eCampus
Logo-ecampus.jpg
Motto Hic et nunc sapere aude
Established 2006
Type Private University
Rector Prof. Carlo Maria Bartolini
Students 6.164 a.a. 2012/13[1]
Location Novedrate, Rome, Turin, Naples, Bari, Palermo, Italy
Website www.uniecampus.it/

The eCampus University (Italian: Università degli Studi eCampus), often simply abbreviated as "Uniecampus" is a private accredited university founded in 2006 in Novedrate, Italy. Today is located in five other cities: Rome; Turin; Naples; Bari; Palermo.

History[edit]

The university was promoted by the "eCampus Foundation for universities and research", by Francesco Polidori, founder of the European Centre for University Preparation. The Foundation has the responsible for ensuring the financial resources at the university. The authorization decree to establish university courses was issued by the Ministry of Education MIUR. The training activities began in the academic year 2007/2008.

Method of Study[edit]

The University provides three different learning options: e-learning, on-campus, and a combined distance and residential programme for non-EU students. The fruition of the courses are through the eCampus online platform or through a fully functioning University campus that offering a complete University experience to those who choose to live on campus.

Organization[edit]

Faculties[edit]

  • 5 Faculties
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Economics
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Psychology
- Faculty of Education Sciences
  • 22 Undergraduate degree courses with 27 different study streams
  • 14 Master’s degree courses

Campus[edit]

University buildings[edit]

  • Novedrate campus

The Campus is located inside Villa Casana park, in Novedrate. The main building designed by the architect Bruno Morassutti and consists of 12 towers interconnected at various levels and insists on a park of over 10 hectares, of which 60,000 m² for the exclusive use of the University, full of greenways and sports equipment.

The property has 270 apartments (including studios and apartments) for students and teachers.

  • Rome headquarter

The University is located inside a historical building in Via Matera, 18.

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