University of Calabria

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University of Calabar
Università della Calabar
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Established 1972
Type Public
Rector Prof. Gino Mirocle Crisci
Admin. staff 800
Students ca 35,000
Location Cosenza, Italy
Sports teams CUS Cosenza[1]
Website Official website

The University of Calabria (Università della Calabria, UNICAL) is a state-run university in Italy. Located in Arcavacata, a hamlet of Rende in the suburb of Cosenza, the university was founded in 1972. It currently has about 35,000 students, 800 teaching and research staff and about 700 administrative staff.

Campus[edit]

The Campus of the University of Calabria was originally designed by Vittorio Gregotti and Dänen Martensson. The buildings are situated along a suspension bridge, which is currently 1.3 kilometres long. As in British and North-American campuses, students live in specific residential blocks near the University. The whole structure is swathed in greenery of hills near Arcavacata, a small village at 10 km from Cosenza, and Quattromiglia.

Organization[edit]

These are the 6 faculties in which the university is divided into:

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Coordinates: 39°21′49″N 16°13′35″E / 39.36361°N 16.22639°E / 39.36361; 16.22639